Have you ever made the long journey down the 1200 kilometer-long Baja Peninsula? It’s a diverse sliver of land, a spectacular setting where the desert meets the ocean and a rich cultural experience awaits. While Baja has historically seen fishing and ranching as major sources of income for its residents, agritourism is expanding, providing more opportunities for locals as well as travelers. Activities like camping, horseback riding, kayaking, and visiting cultural sites are just a few examples of what Baja has to offer.
Check out the Journal of Lost Time Baja travel guide.
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