do in Baja
This is your chance to get to know Baja California better by putting yourself on a first-name basis with the people, places, and things that make it worth exploring. There’s also more than enough activities for you to get a shot of adrenaline that will make your trip one to remember!
- ATV rentals
- Horseback riding
- Hiking and climbing at El Salto
- La Bufadora
- Hot springs
- Las Cañadas camp
- Charter fishing
- El Mirador
- Valle de Guadalupe Museum of Wine History
- Visit the native Kumiai and tour the area with them
- Riviera Del Pacifico social, civic and cultural center
- Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT)
- Mercado de Artesanías Mexican craft market
- Baja Studios tour
Art & Culture
There’s no shortage of artistic and cultural expression happening in Baja. From city museums to charming galleries amongst the vineyards, and even wellness workshops, you’ll have time thrown in for personal growth and creative pursuits.
Hospitality and Entertainment
Some people simply sip drinks, have a spa day, eat fish tacos, and watch the sun disappear into the Pacific. Others choose to feel the rush of adrenaline as they soar above the Valle, dance all night in seaside bars, or buy from world-class artisans and craftsmen.
- Hot Air Balloons
- Party at Casa Frida or Aqua de Vid
- San Carlos Hot Springs Resort
- Hussong’s and Papa’s & Beer
- Rosarito Beach clubs
- Tijuana nightlife
- Bajamar Golf Course
- Glamping sites
- Boutique hotels like B&B Malagon, Cabañas Cuatro Cuatros, and Rocas Del Valle
- ProVino wine events
- Full course world renowned dining at Fauna, Deckman’s, Corazon de Tierra, and more
- Wine valleys of Santo Tomás, Valle de la Grulla, San Vicente, Ojos Negros
- Award-winning craft breweries and tap houses Doble C, Heisenberg, Agua Mala, Wendlandt, Insurgente, Transpeninsular, and many more.
- Lobster at Puerto Nuevo
- Tijuana tacos
- Popotla fish market
Baja California has become a culinary hotspot where international diners can enjoy exceptional street food and innovative fine dining, sometimes in the same place! It produces 80% of the craft beer and Mexico and an even bigger share of its wine as well. Some 32% of tourists visit Baja just for the food!
There are plenty of activities to entertain everyone