Tag Archives: MX – Islands and Protected Areas of the Gulf of California
The air is heavy with a marine aroma, and strange barking noises ride the breeze.
Playful gray whale caves, saturated sunsets, uninhabited desert islands teeming with bird life—it’s not hard to see why Baja is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Danica Farley has traveled to Mexico every year of her life since she was 5 years old. The vibrancy and traditions are alluring; the siestas, revitalizing. Thirty six years after her first visit to our southerly neighbor, she fulfilled a dream of meeting marine life in the Sea of Cortez.
Source: A Sea of Delight in La Paz
Swim with whale sharks and sip tequila in this coastal gem on the Sea of Cortez…
Jacques Cousteau called Mexico’s Sea of Cortez “the world’s aquarium.” To travel writer Tim Neville, that sounds about right.
Source: Kayaking in Baja’s Loreto Bay
Ecotours in Cabo San Lucas get you up close with wildlife in nature in a responsible, educational way. Once in a lifetime encounters with sharks, sea lions, and more. Adventures in Baja.
How the remoteness of one sea changed the perspectives of a world-weary traveller.
Source: Why cruise the Sea of Cortez?