Bahia de Los Angeles is nestled in the Baja California peninsula between the Central Desert and the Sea of Cortez. Also considered a biosphere reserve, it is a refuge for whales and countless bird species.
Sea of Cortez
The Gulf of California, also called the Sea of Cortez and the Bermejo Sea, is a narrow body of water located in Mexico, between the Baja California peninsula and the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa.
Due to its natural wealth, the islands and protected areas of the Sea of Cortez were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
Of indescribable beauty, the Baja California peninsula beaches are some of the most peculiar on the planet. Read more…
The Baja Peninsula has access to two of the most productive ocean fisheries in the world. From big marlin to beautiful roosterfish, you will find some amazing opportunities with access by road or boat.
The Mexican Riviera, unlike the Riviera Maya, comprises three very different beach destinations. Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta make up this popular Riviera that is a destination for cruise ships coming from Los Angeles or San Francisco.
If you’re planning on fishing in Mexico on your next vacation, you came to the right spot. There are many places where sport fishing is allowed. This is thanks to the vast coastline of the Mexican geography.
The peninsula of Baja California Sur, surrounded by the beautiful waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, is the perfect destination for relaxation, natural life observation, aquatic amusements, and tasting some of the best seafood in the country.
Mulege Mexico is a small corner of Baja California Sur that awaits you, full of charm and peace. With the deep blue sea as a witness, exuberant beaches, and various tourist activities…
Before telling you what to do in Guaymas and San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, let’s get down to basics. Despite being such a small place, the port of Guaymas…
Bahia de Kino is located in the state of Sonora, in the northwestern region of Mexico. Due to its privileged location, Sonora is an attractive tourist destination
The port of Pichilingue is only 18 km from La Paz Baja California Sur, along the Gulf of California, with beautiful beaches and ocean views that have made it an important tourist and commercial destination in the region.