RVing in Baja, Mexico is an evergreen Trip for most RVers. Located in Northwestern Mexico, Baja California is a peninsula that stretches across 775 miles. From Rivers, to Arches and 65 Islands along its coastline, Baja is a spectacular peninsula to visit.
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Where To Go RVing In Baja, Mexico
Arch of Cabo San Lucas
Situating a uniquely shaped arch, EL Arco is situated at the southern tip of Baja. The Arch distinctly protrudes out of the ocean, onto the shore.
Sierra de la Giganta
Located in the southeastern section of Baja, Sierra De la giganta is a mountain range. It is a mountain range of the Peninsular Ranges System, which extends across 930 miles.
El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve
The El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve, created in 1988,is located in Mulegé Municipality in northern Baja California Sur, between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California. With a landmass of over 9,625 square-miles!
Separating the Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California, Baja is a highly sought after destination for RVers. Attracting eco-tourists and campers alike, Baja offers scores of activities like hiking, golfing and endless beach camping options.
Make sure you also visit the infamous deserts in Baja, such as the Centra Coast Desert, San Felipe Desert and Magdalena Plain Desert before detouring to another place.