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.
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.
Mexicali | Some of the most notable features of Baja California are their safely regulated hiking trails that make it an ideal destination to practice this outdoor activity. One of them is the breathtaking “El Ciempiés” route of Mexicali.
Ensenada | The best waves happen on its coasts, perfect for practicing extreme sports by surfers all over the world who are looking for the ideal waves. Ensenada has many surfing spots for newbies, as well as professionals.
Rosarito | Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and towering at over 75 feet tall, stands the statue of Jesus, dubbed by locals as “Christ of the Sacred Heart”. It’s an iconic landmark you can’t afford to miss on your next visit to Rosarito Beach.
Rosarito | The time to go back out and enjoy the gift of spectacular visits to unique travel destinations is getting closer. Many of those breathtaking spots can be found in Rosarito. Here’s a must-see sight you have to visit as soon as quarantine ends.
Baja California | Pack up your bags this summer and take a road trip to Baja! Spring invites you to a getaway on the beach, this is why we present you with 5 destinations in Baja California that we’re sure you’ll love!