San Felipe is really all about the mountains that cradle it against the sparkling waters of the Sea of Cortez.
San Felipe is not like other Baja waterfront tourist towns—certainly not Rosarito Beach, La Paz, Cabo or Ensenada. Although a walking tour is easily doable in under an hour, you really don’t need to tour. Although there are plenty of shops with curios, shell art, and t-shirts, shopping is not the main event. The goal is to simply be there and relax. That’s not to say there is nothing to do. San Felipe is really all about the mountains that cradle it against the sparkling waters of the Sea of Cortez. Here are where you will find many diversions,Read More
Sea of Cortez Boat Tours The Sea of Cortez , also known as the Gulf of California , is the body of water that separates the Baja California Peninsula from the Mexico mainland. The gulf is believed by many to have opened up 5.3 million years ago, redirecting the flow of the Colorado River. Today, the Sea of Cortez provides a rich and varied ecosystem, and welcomes migratory species such as the humpback and grey whales, and endangered sea animals, such as the very rarely seen vaquita (little cow), which is currently the focus of preservation efforts by the World Wildlife Foundations and other organizations.Read More