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Mexico's Undiscovered Wine Country

Mexico's Undiscovered Wine Country | Baja California | Scoop.it
Head to Valle de Guadalupe for upscale wineries, chic hotels and a south-of-the-border answer to the French Laundry.
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The Fauna and Flora, People and Places of Baja California, Mexico.
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The Littoral Beauty of Loreto Bay

The Littoral Beauty of Loreto Bay | Baja California | Scoop.it
A national marine park since 1996, Loreto Bay's 2000 square kilometres offer protection to many of the 800 marine species living in the Sea of Cortez...
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New from the Baja By Bus Blog: "The Littoral Beauty of Loreto Bay" 
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Sunset at Cabo San Lucas by Robert Mehlan on Flickr

Sunset at Cabo San Lucas by Robert Mehlan on Flickr | Baja California | Scoop.it
Sunset at Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico
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Baja Rocks at Punta Piedra by Gustavo Vargas on 500px

Baja Rocks at Punta Piedra by Gustavo Vargas on 500px | Baja California | Scoop.it
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Punta Piedra, Baja down in Mexico
on a hot spring day :)
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Baja Rocks at Punta Piedra by Gustavo Vargas on 500px - Ensenada, Mexico

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"Moment with the sea lions" by Daniel Fox

Paddling around Isla Espiritu Santo, just outside LaPaz, in Baja California, I stopped at the rock just next to Isla Partida and swam with the sea lions, as the…
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"Moment with the sea lions" by Daniel Fox 
Isla Espiritu Santo, La Paz, BCS, Mexico

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Watching the whales in Baja California

Watching the whales in Baja California | Baja California | Scoop.it
Whale season in Baja California begins in December with intense mating, but the best time to watch them begins in February and continues through March.
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Whale watching in Laguna San Ignacio

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What To Do In Loreto

What To Do In Loreto | Baja California | Scoop.it
Tap into Mexico’s (natural) wild side
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"This relatively untouched part of Mexico—located in Baja California Sur—is a paradise with endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits. Here are a few ways to spend your time."

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Playing with Baby Gray Whales in Baja Sur, Mexico

Playing with Baby Gray Whales in Baja Sur, Mexico | Baja California | Scoop.it
The San Ignacio Lagoon area of Baja Sur offers friendly whale encounters in a breeding and birthing area, an experience far beyond simple whale watching.
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"In this protected bay the children can grow up and get strong. The area where the boats are allowed is the play area, but there’s a much larger area where boats are prohibited: the whales can go there anytime they want to have some peace and quiet..."

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Tourists cheer as inquisitive friendly baby whale surfaces for a kiss

Tourists cheer as inquisitive friendly baby whale surfaces for a kiss | Baja California | Scoop.it
A boat of tourists had their holidays made, when a grey whale and its baby surfaced right next to their boat in Baja California, Mexico, for a kiss.
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A friendly whale calf in Laguna San Ignacio

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La Rumorosa by Gustavo Vargas on 500px

La Rumorosa by Gustavo Vargas on 500px | Baja California | Scoop.it
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A quick shot driving trough a mexican desert named la rumorosa
in the northern state of mexico baja california , the mountains on the very far part of picture are from california, It is difficult to take a picture there because of the nature of road and dangerous cliffs full of rocks , but I managed to pull aside and take this quick shot since it was a beautiful cloud formation on an nice october afternoon, thanks for liking photo
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La Rumorosa by Gustavo Vargas on 500px

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Canadian Tourist Killed by Jumping Whale in Mexico

Canadian Tourist Killed by Jumping Whale in Mexico | Baja California | Scoop.it
Two other injured tourists were taken to hospital
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What a tragedy - interacting with animals in their natural environment always carries a risk, even so this was a one-in-a-million incident. Thoughts and prayers for the family of the deceased.

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Sunrise over Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México

Amanecer en los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México Febrero 2015
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A short time lapse clip of the sun rising over Los Cabos

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"Cataviña Sunset" by Murali Narayanan on Flickr

"Cataviña Sunset" by Murali Narayanan on Flickr | Baja California | Scoop.it
Explore murali_n's photos on Flickr. murali_n has uploaded photos to Flickr.
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There are many types of landscape in Baja California (Norte)

There are many types of landscape in Baja California (Norte) | Baja California | Scoop.it
There are many types of #landscape in Baja California (Norte) #FriFotos pic.twitter.com/cPyMoCKy1A
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Cabo Pulmo Image, Mexico -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

Cabo Pulmo Image, Mexico -- National Geographic Photo of the Day | Baja California | Scoop.it
A bait ball dwarfs a diver in Mexico’s Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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All the Fish in the Sea

Photograph by Jeff Hester, National Geographic Your Shot

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Night follows day where Mexico meets the USA - Sunset in TJ

Night follows day where Mexico meets the USA - Sunset in TJ | Baja California | Scoop.it
#Night follows day where Mexico meets the USA - Sunset in TJ for #FriFotos pic.twitter.com/LN3JgPdGVk
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What Can America Learn From Baja’s Beer Festivals?

What Can America Learn From Baja’s Beer Festivals? | Baja California | Scoop.it
Competitions and conferences held during the days prior — and the energy of exploration and discovery — make the beer fests in Ensenada, Tijuana and Mex...
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"Baja is organically creating a small but sustainable market for craft beer in a country where fizzy yellow Tecate and Corona still reign supreme."

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A Whale of a Good Time on the Baja Peninsula of Mexico

A Whale of a Good Time on the Baja Peninsula of Mexico | Baja California | Scoop.it

  The next time you get tired of winter, book a flight to La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. During the months of January through April, the weather in La Paz is absolutely perfect...

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A photo journal of a whale watching excursion to Magdalena Bay

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"The Yellow Fishermen" by Jorge Paniaga on 500px

"The Yellow Fishermen" by Jorge Paniaga on 500px | Baja California | Scoop.it
Early morning fishermen at El Tule, Los Cabos, Mexico.
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Mexico's Protected Conservation

Mexico's Protected Conservation | Baja California | Scoop.it
Photos by Dario Lopez-Mills Far from the sprawling, all-inclusive resorts of Mexico's Los Cabos is a part of the Baja California peninsula that few tourists ever see, but should. In one of Mexico's...
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A terrific set of photos from the Baja California peninsula's lesser-visited interior...

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Swimming With Whale Sharks

Swimming With Whale Sharks in Bahía de Los Ángeles, Baja California, México.
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Swimming With Whale Sharks in Bahía de Los Ángeles 
by Carlos Pedroza
Baja California, Mexico

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What to Do in Los Cabos, Mexico

What to Do in Los Cabos, Mexico | Baja California | Scoop.it
Where the desert meets the sea, you can take a glass-bottom boat, sign up for a zip-line course or just indulge in a soothing fusion massage.
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36 hours at the peninsula's southern tip, with the New York Times

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Baja California Sur is a landscape lover's paradise!

Baja California Sur is a landscape lover's paradise! | Baja California | Scoop.it
Baja California Sur is a #landscape lover's paradise! #FriFotos pic.twitter.com/Pn6eJB1JBU
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Baja California Sur is a landscape lover's paradise! 

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Video: Is this the first or last beach in the Californias?

Video: Is this the first or last beach in the Californias? | Baja California | Scoop.it
Depending on where you stand, the busy spot in this video is either the first beach in the Californias or the last.
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Not one of the quieter ones, that's for sure!

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Raw: Tourists Visit Rare Grey Whales in Mexico - YouTube

Once nearly extinct, grey whales now migrate in their thousands to Mexico's Vizcaino reserve in Baja California, in search of warmer waters to mate and give birth. Tourists flock to the reserve to see the whales, measuring up to 49 feet long.
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A short clip from AP of an experience unique to our peninsula!

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