Mexicali | Picture this: you enter the underground tunnels of La Chinesca, and find a portal to learn more about the legacy and history of Chinese culture in Mexicali. La Chinesca, or the Mexican Chinatown, protects the origins of a city founded on Chinese traditions, and offers visitors the opportunity to experience a fusion of two cultures in one.
Tijuana | Did you grow up in the '80s or '90s? The early 2000s, even... And, you have an upcoming visit planned to Tijuana! Then, you should visit the Collector's & Lucha Libre Museum, or the El Museo del Coleccionista y Lucha Libre, as it is known locally. The quirky museum takes you on a trip down memory lane with articles, toys, masks, magazines, and one-of-a-kind comics and books.
Ensenada | If one thing is true, it's that wine can be enjoyed at any time of year! The Baja California wine region sees a larger percentage of its visitors during the summer season. Yet, the same comforting amenities are offered year-round. All of which may fit perfectly with your New Year's Eve plans to dress up, drink up, and ring in the new year with style.
Ensenada | A hiking trail led by members of the Kumeyaay community is now open to the public. The hike is located in San José de la Zorra and is the perfect adventure to learn more about Kumeyaay traditions and customs.