If you were born in Baja California, you might know some of the sites we are going to list next; places that have been part of the region richness for many many years, something that's available for local, tourists, and practically any person in the world that has the opportunity to visit any of the spots.
But what's more important about this? That you can get to many of the most famous tourist sites of Baja California by driving.
Added to this, if you want to know the conditions of the road, visit FAIRUM GobBC.
Here are the prices of the toll booths you might find on your way:
Here is the list:
1.- Valle de Guadalupe
You've heard of it, you've read about it, you've seen videos and images, you NEED to go.
Some good options are visiting the Museo de la Vid y el Vino (Museum of Vine and Wine), the Jersey ZOO Park, or the "Laja" Restaurant, which last year figured among the 50 best restaurants of Latin America.
Tecate might be seen as a small town to just drive by, but actually, it has many things that are unmissable, such as taking a walk at "Rancho La Puerta," visiting the Kumiai Community Museum, and of course, buying sweet bread (free coffee) at El Mejor Pan de Tecate, located in front of the Kiosco Park of the city.
3.- La Rumorosa
The perfect place to go during Winter due to the snow paradise you're able to enjoy in it; however, you can also visit the Aubanel Vallejo Park, La Casa de Piedra, and others.
4.- Rosarito Beach
Rosarito is full of activities, such as hiking, amazing restaurants, pintoresque coffee shops, and more! Go ride a camel, horse, or even get to enjoy the Go Karts areas you'll find before getting to Downtown.
SeaFood, Boat rides, nice places to walk, and many good spots to drink craft beer await you at this really famous city of Baja California.
6.- La Bufadora
Eat all the local treats you can, such as "Coco Locos" or shrimp brochettes. All of this while you watch a stream of water splashing very high. You might get wet, so be ready.
7.- San Pedro Mártir National Park
Stargazing, camping, visits to the National Astronomic Observatory, hiking, and more.