Baja California Travel Guide

This Baja California travel guide will help you to discover the northern portion of the Baja California peninsula.

Included in this page:

  • Baja Boundaries
  • Cities and Towns
  • Natural Parks
  • Attractions
  • Baja California Weather

Baja California
Geographical Boundaries

This Mexican state, also known as Northern Baja, stretches from the USA-Mexico border in the north, to half way down the Baja peninsula.

And from the Pacific Ocean in the west, to the Sea of Cortez in the east.

Baja California is comprised of 5 municipalities:

  • Ensenada
  • Mexicali
  • Rosarito
  • Tecate
  • Tijuana
  • Ensenada, which is the largest municipality of México, covers most of this Mexican state.

    Baja Natural Parks

    Baja California Tourist Attractions


    Baja Towns and Cities

  • Bahía de los Angeles
  • Bajamar
  • Cataviña
  • Ensenada
  • La Bufadora
  • La Misión
  • Mexicali
  • Rosarito
  • San Antonio Necua
  • San Felipe
  • San Quintín
  • Tecate
  • Tijuana
  • Valle de Guadalupe

  • Baja California Weather

    Baja California's west coast boasts one of the most gifted climates on earth, specially in Ensenada.

    Bright days and fresh nights. Temperate summers and cool winters. It is not too hot and not too cold.

    Baja California Airports

    • The Tijuana International Airport is approximately 300 meters south of the border between the United States and Mexico.
    • This airport has connections with the main destinations throughout the Mexican territory, such as Mexico City, Cancun, San Jose del Cabo, Guadalajara and Monterrey.
    • It is an airport with all the services of an international airport, including ground transportation to travel to other cities in California, USA, and in Baja California, Mexico.
    • In its surroundings there is a wide variety of hotels and restaurants.

    Tijuana Airport to California in a snap.

    Passengers coming from Tijuana International Airport, going to the USA, can use the Cross Border Xpress (CBX), which is an overpass that takes passengers from Tijuana directly to the airport terminal in Otay Mesa, San Diego, CA, and vice versa, quickly, safely and without obstacles.

    Other Airports in Baja

    • Mexicali International Airport (MXL)
    • Ensenada Airport (ESE)
    • Bahía de los Ángeles Airport (BHL)
    • Isla de Cedros Airport (MMCD)

    Baja Scenery

    We enjoy driving between Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe. As well as between Rosarito and Ensenada.

    Both seascape and landscape boast remarkable beauty. An ever changing topography makes the long drive seem shorter.

    Baja California, Four Worlds Within One

  • The bustling night and day life of Rosarito
  • The beautiful port and bay of Ensenada
  • The gorgeous wine country in the Wine Route
  • The fine beaches of San Quintín Undoubtly, Baja North, with its rugged beauty and steep canyons, is coming of age.

  • We hope this Baja California travel guide helps you in planning your next Baja adventure.

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