Bahia de los Angeles

This region’s natural beauty stands out thanks to its desert and mountains, beneath its waters you’ll find a fascinating world filled with submarine species and landscapes. Diving is a must!

What to do

Abundant wildlife to observe, ideal environments for sport fishing (yellowtail, dorado, grouper, sea bass, among others) and best tourist facilities are compelling reasons to come and be enchanted by this, aptly named Bay of Angels. In the town you can hire services boat trip around nearby islands. In some camping is allowed, as long as they report before the Directorate of the Regional Office of Protected Area Wildlife California Gulf Islands Tel. 01 (646) 172-5905. For your convenience, in the town you will have a good range of restaurants, hotels, trailer park areas, shops and internet services.

We recommend visiting the Nature and Culture Museum (L-D 9:00 to 12:00 hrs., And 14:00 to 16:00 hrs.) That shows the paleontological set found in the region. Bones of mammoths, dinosaurs and whales are part of your collection, plus illustrations and objects representing Aboriginal pai Pai and others on the mining past of the nineteenth century.

Inviting them to join the project of conservation of sea turtles, the Regional Fisheries Research Center opens its doors to know and help protect the valuable life of these reptiles.

The natural beauties are everywhere. Last Baja California awaits you with the cave paintings of Montevideo, located 13 km from Bahia de los Angeles, on the dirt road that leads to the Mission of San Borja. The paintings, figurative abstract type are found inside caves and are considered as one of the most important of the peninsula. Continuing along the same road, 20 km later you will arrive at the Mission San Francisco de Borja de Adac (Tel. Satellite 1762-1823), built by the Jesuit order, which still preserve the church, and missionary quarters kitchen, each built in quarry.

Gray Whales

The Manuela, Scammon and Black Warrior lagoons -located in the Pacific, 200 km from Bahia de los Angeles on the federal 1- are home to the gray whale, which migrate from Alaska to Baja California to mate and give light. Watching season is from December to April.

Las islas

Declared National Protected Area since 1978, the coastal archipelago of Bahia de los Angeles is home to countless seabirds and some groups of sea lions. Volcanic and alojadoras a scrub vegetation, saguaros and shrubs, each of them is unique in its geological composition and its ecosystem participation, forming one of the regions with the highest endemism in the country. Surcar its crystalline waters is meeting breaks intrepid dolphins.


How To Get To Bahia de los Angeles

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Ave. Revolución #868-1, 2nd floor between 2nd & 3rd streets, Zona Centro, C.P. 22000 Tijuana, Baja California.
Phone. (664) 682-3367 | Fax. (664) 682-3331 | P.O. Box 2448 Chula Vista, Ca. 91912

Secretaría de Turismo de Baja California