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Area (sq km): 1,972,690
Population: 106,202,903
Nationality: Mexican
Local Name: Mexico
Language: Spanish
Time Zone: -6 to -8 GMT
Currency: 1 peso =
100 centavos
Capital: Mexico City
Dialling Code: +52
Electricity: 110V/50Hz
Internet Code: .mx
Religion: Roman Catholic
Climate: Tropical,
Government: Federal Republic
Inoculations: None
Driving: Right
Int'l License: Required
Banking: M-F 9.00-16.00
Major Airports: Acapulco(ACA),
Los Cabos(SJD),
Mexico City(MEX),

Rosarito Mexico villas and Baja boat trips

The resort areas in Baja California and Baja California Sur are beach paradises available from Rosarito Mexico villas. Exploring activities like Baja boat trips can be a unique and enriching experience for the most discerning traveller.

Baja California
Baja California

Baja California

Visiting Baja California, where you can enjoy Baja boat trips or just chill out on the beaches, has been a highlight on many holidays to Rosarito Mexico villas. Baja California is nearly a separate land mass that is long and slender off the west coast of Mexico’s mainland. The stretch of land is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Golfo de California, aka Sea of Cortez, to the east and the United States to the north.

Baja California is a spectacular land mass. It has dense rainforests, vast deserts and some of Mexico’s best beaches and waters. The resorts are glamorous and the sports are plentiful. Like the rest of Mexico, the food is outstanding! Book amazing Mexico vacation rentals today and begin planning your holiday to Baja California.

Tijuana Mexico villas & Rosarito Beach

Popular resort areas in Baja California are bountiful. Tijuana Mexico separates the US from Baja and is very interesting place to say the least, however, travelling deeper into Baja will be very rewarding. Rosarito Beach faces the Pacific Ocean with good surfing spots just south of the main resort area. From Rosarito Mexico villas you can also ride horses along Rosarito Beach and dance in outrageous clubs with freely pouring tequila .

San Felipe Mexico & Ensenada Mexico

San Felipe is on the Sea of Cortez and far less visited than its western counterparts. San Felipe Mexico is divine. Its beaches are pristine and the water is so warm. A unique feature of San Felipe is its tidal shifts. The tides vary by nearly eight metres leaving half a mile of sea floor naked at low tide.

The cactus gardens, Catavina, in Ensenada are fantastic and the nearby vineyards in the Valley of Guadalupe attract many visitors to Ensenada Mexico. Also impressive is the sea geyser, La Bufadora, jetting an impressive 20 metres skyward.

Cabo San Lucas Mexico & La Paz Mexico

La Paz is the capital of Baja California Sur. It is a gorgeous historic town. La Paz Mexico is surrounded by desert and prides itself on its accomplished ecotourism. Cabo San Lucas is one of the busiest Baja resort towns with the finest hotels. Baja boat trips like charter fishing is hugely popular, and the waters off the coast are ideal. The beaches are among the best in Mexico and are very often a hot party spot.

Also check out the golf courses around Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Todos Santos is about 75km north of Cabo San Lucas and is much less visited, but that is part of its charm. It is a tranquil oasis. The town is absolutely charming and retains a very Mexican feel as most major resort areas no longer do.

San Ignacio Mexico

San Ignacio is also a more tranquil holiday escape. A sleepy little lagoon makes this area very special and important to green travel. It is primarily a spot for whale watching and Baja boat trips. Scuba diving and snorkelling are very popular in the San Ignacio Lagoon. Explore Rosarito Mexico villas online, or search for your ideal holiday destination, be it Cabo San Lucas, San Ignacio, Baja California or elsewhere.

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