AdventureSmith’s Baja California travel options take you away from the crowds of Cabo to focus on the incredible diversity of the region via small ship and boutique hotels. Let AdventureSmith guide you through the wide array of Baja travel options, from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific coastline and in between. Why choose to explore Baja with us?
Work with one dedicated U.S.-based Adventure Specialist to purchase & prepare for your Baja trip.
We can match you with trusted small ships, yachts & authentic boutique hotels.
Our relationships with reputable Baja tour operators translates into a seamless vacation.
Our trips keep you close to the action, from snorkeling to surfing and whale watching.
Baja California by Land or Sea
There are more than 1,600 miles of Baja coastline to explore, and many locations are not accessible by road, so Baja small ship cruising is a great way to experience the remote wilderness and wildlife. If you choose to instead explore overland on a Baja land tour, many itineraries still incorporate day trips by boat to snorkel or whale watch, with your nights spent in quaint towns at boutique hotels or casitas. Whatever adventure you seek, our expert team is here to assist you narrow down your many Baja travel options.
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When to Plan Your Baja Travel
You can travel to Baja California year-round, but when is the best time to visit Baja? The most popular time is the northern hemisphere’s winter. December through April is the small ship cruising season, and if gray whale watching is on your bucket list, then consider planning your trip during the height of their calving season, mid-January through mid-March. Our experts can advise when to plan your trip depending on your interests.