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Baja: The desert by the sea

We know: Tales of stunning landscapes and great exchange rates have been luring you south of the border for years. Now's the time to go. Baja serves up more—much more—than a pretty face and cheap, bucket-sized margaritas. Off-road through desert sands and past red cacti, slice a sleek kayak through the warm sea, then pitch your tent on a powder-white beach in complete solitude.

Baja's outdoor lineup (which includes world-class kayaking and great beach camping) will restore your joy in exploration—and your sense of freedom. Whatever you choose, one thing's for sure: Baja will make that adventure-seeking head of yours spin. Did we say this would be easy?

To Hell with Tijuana
Leave the tequila behind—kayak, hike, and off-road your way through forbidding deserts and mountains.

Kayaking the Sea of Cortes
Explore the beautiful Baja coast, its pristine waters and near-wild beaches.

Camping Baja's Beaches
Sleep on the most lovely and unspoiled beaches in the world.

Mexico Road Rules
Twelve tongue-in-cheek tips for travel south of the border.

Sea Kayaking in Baja
A paddle through paradise.


Published: 29 Apr 2002 | Last Updated: 15 Sep 2010
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

Best Hotels in Baja

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Capella Pedregal
$364
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Zoetry Casa del Mar Los Cabos - All Inclusive
$711
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One & Only Palmilla
$2408
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Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort

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