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Adventures in Baja, Mexico

From the stark expanses of uninhabited desert, to the craggy contours of the coastline, to waters teeming with marine life, Baja's draw is its rugged beauty. Watch the skies come alive at sunrise; watch the moon rise from the horizon after dark. No cruise ships, no crowds. Our documentaries, photos, and travel tips give you all you need to discover Baja, Mexico by yourself.
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Photos: Baja, Mexico - CASKE Expedition
 

Baja and the Sea of Cortez has always been considered a frontier province by the Mexican Government. With little development (other than fishing), a harsh desert climate and small population it seems destined to remain that way. For those very reasons, it is a dream land for the well-equipped adventure traveler looking for dry warm weather, sunsets, incredible marine life and quiet places to camp.

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The Sea of Cortez supports an incredible array of marine life. Whale sharks, manta rays and schools of fish in feeding frenzies are regular sights.

 

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Central American Sea Kayak and Jungle Expedition (CASKE 2000)

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A Sea Kayak Adventure Expedition on the Sea of Cortez, Baja.
Paddling through Bahia de Los Angeles, Santa Rosalia, Mulege, Loreto, La Paz and more...

Paddling 800 miles on the sea of Cortez provided a perfect training ground for the rest of our expedition and stunning material for our website.


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