Baja Mexico Cruises, Vacations and Attractions
01/30/2008 05:01 p.m.
Baja Mexico Cruises + Attractions for Vacationers
From a little fishing village to a night spot that rocks is quite something. It’s a place where you can play hard during the day – all kinds of water sports abound – and you can party even harder into the wee hours of the morning. No doubt your travel agent will inform you that Baja has to be one of the finest budget cruise locations that you can reach from the West Coast.
Let’s take a look at some of the best places where you can let down your hair and have a great time after cruising into Baja Mexico.
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Cabo San Lucas - from beachfront villas to budget hotel deals, Cabo San Lucas is known as the jewel of the peninsula. Sailing tours, Baja adventure racing and more can be your here at prices most people can afford.
San Jose del Cabo - the beaches of San Jose are absolutely stunning and this lures most people out of even the most comfortable luxury Cabo hotel rooms. Also, don't miss out on renting a jet ski and tearing up the surf or taking a scuba lesson down in pristine blue Cabo waters and mixing it up with the sharks!
Los Cabos Corridor - A 30 mile stretch of land between San Lucas and Jose del Cabo, this is filled with sports and great golf courses for those looking to tee off in the beautiful weather of Baja Mexico. Don't miss out on the great restaurants and incredible Los Cabos sport fishing while you're there.
Ensenada - Whale watching in Baja? You better believe it. Find yourself a villa in Ensenada and head out on a whale hunt! The only thing you'll be shooting them with is your binoculars and camera and you'll surely bring home unforgettable memories.
Las Gaviotas – This many not be the most popular place in Baja but it has some of the most beautiful vacation rentals on the Peninsula.
Rosarito – In this cinematic Baja locale you can actually see one of the world’s largest oceanfront film sets where portions of the movie “Titanic” were filmed.
In most of these places, you can enjoy one of the best tourist attractions here – whale watching. In winter, the whales come here to bear their calves. From some of these places, you can watch the Californian gray whales migrating. The stretch is also home to something like 250 species of tropical birds.
If you want to be where it’s happening, make your way to the Playa Medano where you can just sit back and watch the fashionable world go by. Or sail to the El Arco, the rock that looks like a dinosaur. The stunning cliffs and the blue waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean make a great backdrop for a perfect vacation to the ultimate budget cruise location.
Baja is also wine country and offers you the best of Mexican cuisine. Along the beach, you’ll find exclusive private residences as well as the most exclusive hotels and it is the kind of place where Fortune 500 CEOs rub shoulders with Hollywood stars. You can find great Baja all inclusive packages through travel agents Tripology can connect you with.
This is where speed freaks converge when the Baja 1000 race and the Baja 500 race witness wheels setting the roads on fire. It is also where the carnival draws thousands to join in the merry making for six wonderful days and nights every year.
Baja has it all and it really is one of the best cruise locations in the world. Make sure your travel agent packs in as much as possible into every day you’re there!
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