Saturday, January 16, 2021

Paradise in Baja California Sur


Mexico's 775-mile-long Baja California peninsula is a magnet for travelers in search of sun and crystal-clear water on long-stretched remote beaches - especially those on the Southern and Eastern part - surrounded by the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez.

After a Long Rain: Everything is Green Again on the Hills

Rent a scooter or mountain bike to explore the amazing nature on trails or drive on the road 

along the beaches or to La Ventana


Windsurfer & Kite Surfing Beaches

On the Gulf of California (aka Sea of Cortez) a few Mexican towns are known for their consistent winds especially during the winter months. A perfect setting for kiteboarding rentals & schools.

View From a Hill Down to the Beaches

Swimmers, surfers, stand-up paddle-boarders, sailors, scuba divers, snorkelers, sea-kayakers, 

whale-watchers, kite-surfers, and anglers are enjoying the Baja California Sur. Jacques Cousteau famously named the Sea of Cortez, home to 800 varieties of fish, “the world’s aquarium.” 

Sunrise & View to the Sea of Cortez from the Tango Azul Resort

A Path Down to the Beach from the Tango Azul Resort near La Ventana

There is also a 6-seater Ranger to drive you to the beach if needed!

Lemon Tree

Organic Farming is a Common Practice in Baja Sur

Try local fruits such as wild plum, lemons, Litchis, Nanches, Maracuja, Sesame, Macadamias, pomegranates, tomatoes, jambolana, mangos - the list is endless

White Blooming Agave

Bright Red Palm Tree Berries

Nature and plant lovers will enjoy seeing the many endemic plants and trees of the Baja California Sur, such as the elephant tree, pitaya tree, organ pipe cactus, the Cardon cactus, Lomboy or Adam's tree, 


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The outdoors are dotted with neem trees, the velcro plant, or the many types

of cacti, succulents, and agaves.

Cool Canyon

Visit canyons and caves, hot springs, the Cabo Pulmo National Park, and the eco-farm 

Rancho Cacachilas. Go hiking, mountain biking, kitesurfing, hop on a boat fishing tour with local fishermen, relax in the pool, learn Spanish, attend a yoga class, or have a Margarita. 

Enjoy the warm turquoise water of the sea, and healthy, local dishes, made-from-scratch in the

restaurants of La Ventana or La Paz. 

How to get there - other than driving down to Baja California:

West Jet and American Airlines have Los Cabos or La Paz in their flight schedules!

Brand new RV Park, centrally located in El Teso, just west of Oxxo! 10 fully serviced RV Lots, 

and 3 unserviced lots, surrounding a swimming pool, bathrooms/showers, and a community 

Palapa, outfitted with a guest kitchen, brick pizza oven, and refrigerator!  Read the reviews:

Tango Azul Resort is near La Ventana, an hour south of La Paz, on the SE tip of the Baja

Address: Calle Agricultores y, Calle Isla Socorro, 23232 El Sgto, B.C.S., Mexico

Phone: +52 612 204 8352

Complimentary WiFi, and light breakfast round out the impressive amenities list! 

SUP’s, Kayaks, and bicycles are available to rent on-site. 

All rooms in the new casitas at the Tango Azul Resort and the RV lots have a panoramic

view of the Sea of Cortez, and are a short 7-8 minute walk to the beach!




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