Baja California Peninsula
In the North-west part of Mexico, making the border with the USA Surrounded by the Sea of Cortez or the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean offer beautiful coastal views wherever you look, considered The Newest area Developing in Mexico, is still remote and unknown for many.
The Baja California Peninsula has separated from mainland Mexico 6 million years ago. Due to its Natural history, geology, and location offers diversity in ecosystems, Join Maria Elena Muriel our official Mexico Private Tours guide to discover the beauty, uniqueness, and jewels hidden along the 1000 Miles long peninsula, she recognizes that is not a knowing all-so teamwork with other local – certified guides to offer you best opportunities to create your everlasting memories.
Historically the Peninsula was inhabited by nomads who left more than 800 sites with the most important ancestral art painted in rocks and petroglyphs’ legacy as a silent witness of their presence, discovered by Spaniards who never make a permanent residence until 1697 Jesuit friars came with the “Mission” to make the presence of Spaniard Kingdom and educate the natives.
Other Important Historical events shaped the uniqueness of this peninsula, so different than other parts of Mexico that Historians called us “The Other Mexico” an Untamed Peninsula.
Be aware that To Come to this part of Mexico is so remote and everything must be shipped in that is like coming to an island the cost of living is like 4 times higher than in any other part of Mexico. but is worth it.