Baja California Holidays

The Baja California peninsula, at 750 miles, is the world’s second longest. It lies in the far northwest and is almost separated from mainland Mexico by the Gulf of California (also called the Sea of Cortez). The cosmopolitan mix of peoples here is nearly as varied as the incredible range of landscapes, old Spanish mission towns, world class cave paintings, ancient volcanoes, booming luxury resorts and vast remote deserts. This highly popular but often sparsely populated region really has its own identity and lifestyle.
 
The seas around the peninsula offer one of the richest whale and dolphin watching areas on the planet, with Humpbacks, Blue, Sperm, Brydes, Orca and many other varieties routinely seen.
 
If you’d like to find out more about our Baja California holidays, email or call us on 01582 766 122 to discuss holidays to Baja California.
 
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Each spring the world’s entire population of Grey whales migrates 6,000 miles from Alaska to breed in the lagoons at San Ignacio, on the west coast. This is a magical experience and another must-do on holidays to Baja California. If sharks are more your thing you can get a safe close-up view of hammerheads at La Paz.
 
Sea of Cortez is also fantastic for scuba diving and snorkelling, with local sea conditions bringing together a stunning mix of sea life. The area is equally exceptional for game fishing, for Marlin, Tuna, Sailfish and many more.
 
Cave paintings, some thought to be 2000 years old, can be found in various Baja locations. The main concentration is on the Sierra de San Francisco, in the central Great Murals grouping. Although access is sometimes demanding this is absolutely outstanding primitive wall art and if this is what interests you, well worth the effort to see it for yourself.
 
La Paz is a smart, clean and relaxed resort, with a lovely waterfront, exceptional beach and a definite Mexican atmosphere. Ferries sail from here to the nearby islands which are well worth exploring. In contrast the region of Los Cabos on the tip of the peninsula contains one of the most popular resort areas in Mexico: San Jose del Cabo, its sister town Cabo San Lucas and the Corridor which runs between them. It is year long summer here with everything you will require for a sporting, family, outdoor, or simply riotous holidays to Baja California. From celebrities to honeymooners there is something for everyone.
Mexico: El Chepe Train + Copper Canyon + Yucatan
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12 NIGHTS
FROM £3,995
International flights quoted separately
Embark on one of the most famous train journeys in the world aboard 'El Chepe' - the Chihuahua-Pacifico train that travels for 15 hours through the spectacular landscapes of the green Copper Canyon in northern Mexico. Also visit historic Mexico City, before relaxing on the glorious beaches of the Riviera Maya on the Yucatan Peninsula, or Baja California. Train and all transfers included.
El Chepe Copper Canyon Train Mexico City  Chihuahua Yucatan Photo
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Mexico City
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Zócalo Plaza
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Templo Maya
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Chihuahua
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El Chepe Train
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Copper Canyon
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Divisaderos
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Los Mochis
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins
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Mexico City
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Zócalo Plaza
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Templo Maya
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Chihuahua
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El Chepe Train
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Copper Canyon
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Divisaderos
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Los Mochis
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins
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