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Between Pacific and the Sea of Cortez, exuberant flora and fauna compete in beauty in one of the most beautiful natural aquariums in the world with Dantesque, breathtaking landscapes and pristine nature, preserved in a nearly intact ecosystem with huge stretches of wilderness punctuated by monumental cacti and canyons in the background...

Approachwhales closely ...
In Baja California, the best known and most expected inhabitant is, of course, the gray whale who goes down every year from Alaska to breed from December to March in the warmer and quietest waters of the different bays located on the Pacific side of the peninsula.
The best known bays are Bahía Magdalena, Laguna Ojo de Liebre, or Laguna San Ignacio, south of the Vizcaino Desert, one of the largest biosphere reservation, worldwide famous for its diverse flora, (most species areendemic) and for its rich wildlife...

Change of scenery and excitement guaranteed

Imagine for a moment your programme in sunny Baja California ...

Monday, when you arrive, you plunge into the turquoise blue lagoons many off Bahia Balandra and picnic on a beach of dreams.

Tuesday, you will go aboard a panga to meet the gray whales and their calves, so close that you will get to touch and caress them.

On Wednesdays you'll go on a horseride in the heart of the canyons of the Sierra de la Laguna, and you will sleep in a ranch in the middle of nowhere.

Thursday, you will discover the desert and its giant cacti in a heavenly botanical garden that contains countless varieties of cacti, succulent and endemic plants. 

Friday, a day of relaxation and idleness by the pool, or under a thatched hut on a beautiful white sand beach. 

And Saturday you can enjoy a Margarita cocktail on the terrace of a restaurant, before enjoying a delicious tacos and grilled fish dish.

Then, on Sunday, you will head to the islands Espiritu Santo, San Jose and Carmen. All protected and classified as World Heritage by Unesco, the crags of these islands are home to numerous colonies of seabirds and marine mammals.

Imagine what this magical place as pleasant surprises in store for you ...

- A 807.78 mile-long peninsula between the Pacific and Sea of Cortes
- Nearly 3,000 miles of sandy beaches and bays with turquoise waters
- Vast tracts of forests sheltering giant cactus tops of 65.62 feet
- Countless islands and islets classified as World Heritage by Unesco
- One of the richest marine ecosystems on the planet and a unique flora
- Vast sierras, steep canyons and vast wildernes 
 
Welcome to Baja California, the other face of Mexico!
 
You want to experience the thrills of a single framework? Check out this mecca of ecotourism still preserved, guaranteed 100% natural with Mexcapade, the specialist in Baja California on www.mexcapade.com .