Baja California Sur

The Peninsula of Baja California Sur is a paradise strip between Cortes Sea and the Pacific Ocean that has become famous as one of the favorite tourism destinations for adventure, rest and entertainment. It boasts spectacular cities, nostalgic towns, and breathtaking landscapes, deserts, mountains and beaches. DIVING AT CORTES SEA Close to three thousand marine species inhabit the waters of Cortes Sea. Precisely for this biological wealth, it is considered one of the most beautiful natural scenes in the world. French biologist Jacques Cousteau called it “The World’s Aquarium

Baja California Sur History

The Spanish explorers that landed on Mexican land in search of gold and fortune,...

Baja California Sur Culture

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Baja California Sur Travel

The Peninsula of Baja California Sur is a paradise strip between Cortes Sea and ...

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Baja California Sur Economy

The state has a large economic development potential. Its geographic location a...

Baja California Sur Geography

The Californian Peninsula is a stretch of land with an area of 143,600 sq. km....

Baja California Sur Politics

A society where Rights prevail and impunity is combated is one of the main condi...

Baja California Sur Government

Narciso Agúndez, Constitutional Governor of Baja California Sur for 2005-2011, ...

Baja California Sur Demography

The 2005 Population and Housing Census registered 512,170 inhabitants. Accordin...

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