About Baja

So much adventure is waiting for you…

The peninsula extends 775 miles from Mexicali, Baja California in the north to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur in the south. It ranges from 25 miles at its narrowest to 200 miles at its widest point and has approximately 1,900 miles of coastline and approximately 65 islands. The total area of the Baja California Peninsula is 55,360 square miles.

The peninsula extends 775 miles from Mexicali, Baja California in the north to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur in the south. It ranges from 25 miles at its narrowest to 200 miles at its widest point and has approximately 1,900 miles of coastline and approximately 65 islands. The total area of the Baja California Peninsula is 55,360 square miles.

The Baja California Peninsula stretches southward from the U.S. border for nearly 800 miles. The deep blue Pacific Ocean surrounds it on the west and the emerald green waters of the Gulf of California on the east.

Along Baja’s 2,000+ miles of coast are deserted coves with pristine beaches and picturesque fishing villages. At the southern tip of Baja, at Cabo San Lucas, the Pacific and the Gulf of California meet. Rugged mountains go down the spine of the peninsula, creating some of the most ruggedly beautiful riding spots in the world.

The Baja climate varies from the cool climate similar to Southern California in the northwest, semi-arid mountainous regions in the interior, and semi-tropical areas along the southeastern coast. Baja is geographically isolated from the rest of Mexico which graces the area with unique varieties of plants found no place else on earth.

The giant cordón cacti, cirio, and date palms that the Jesuits planted in the 17th century, and the mangrove thickets are just a few of the varieties found in Baja. The temperature can vary from summer highs topping 100°F to balmy winter temperatures in the seventies and eighties.

The ideal time to travel in Baja is from late September to mid-June.

 

What To Pack

All you’ll need are a couple of fresh changes of clothes, lighter weight in Summer and heavier in Winter. Toiletries and any personal medications that you may require need to be packed as well. Also recommended: a flashlight, a camera, sunscreen, sunglasses, a bathing suit and sandals. Bring a canteen or camelback for water if not renting our gear.

Passports Mandatory for all Tours in Mexico!

Baja Riding Tips
  • ALWAYS wear protective riding gear. Helmet, goggles, knee and elbow guards, MX boots, shoulder and chest protectors, gloves.
  • CARRY at least (1) quart of water. canteen or camel back. Your chase vehicle and crew will have fresh beverages available.
  • Global RescueWe have partnered with Global Rescue Services and would like to offer any rider who wishes to purchase Med-Evac Insurance can visit this link to follow the steps to complete for your needs.
Trail Tips include:
  • Pay attention to the daily guide tips – be aware of your surroundings.
  • Do not ride in dust
  • Be careful of animals on trail – cows, horses, etc.
  • Stay to the right on blind rises.
  • Be alert for other vehicles on trail.
  • Check that fuel is ON before starting off.
  • Keep a safe distance from other riders.
  • Ride with your head up – try to anticipate turns and obstacles before you are there.
  • In deep sand, sit back, and keep up your speed.
  • On hard, packed, and/or slippery surfaces, sit up front — close to gas tank.
  • On rocky, washed-out trails, try to stand up and allow the bike to work itself through the bumps.
  • Try to keep your goggles clean – vision is everything.
  • Grip the bars, SOFTLY – relax and do not tense up.
  • Be smooth — ride within your limits, and enjoy your ride in Baja – this is an adventure ride – NOT a race.
  • Be Ready to have some fun!

Cabo San Lucas, MX

70° F
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Ensenada, MX

62° F
clear sky

Loreto, MX

63° F
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