Apparitions Festival takes place in Playa San Pedrito, an iconic surfing beach in the State that gathers thousands of nature lovers and surfers throughout the year. Playa San Pedrito is located in Pescadero village, an oasis in the desert. The pueblo (village) is bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna mountains to the East and the Pacific Ocean to the West. Be prepared to watch the best Baja Sur sunrises and sunsets at this magical location.
Todos Santos is a vibrant local village that prides itself on its artisan culture, and is a destination for nature-lovers and adventure sports enthusiasts. While you're in the region, check out some of the activities on offer: surfing, off-road riding, ultra-light plane flying, mountain biking, hiking, fishing trips, to name just a few. Todos Santos is also a well-known spot for whale-watching, seeing baby turtles being released into the ocean from local sanctuaries, or even just hanging out on the pristine beaches in this unspoilt natural paradise. The local culture is famous for its art galleries – and of course, don't miss out on the fantastic Mexican cuisine in some of the town's most authentic local restaurants.
Los Cabos is a magic land full of contrast, from breathtaking seas, to desert and mountains. Also known as “Land’s End” for being located at the tip of the southern Baja California Península. Step into the extraordinary world of Los Cabos where the unparalleled natural beauty, biodiversity and range of amenities will appeal to any personality.
Surrounded by barren desert, La Paz is set amidst ancient laurel trees and coconut and date palms. The city is laid out in classic grid fashion with streets radiating from the city’s northwest facing waterfront (Paseo Alvaro Obregon). Running parallel to Paseo Obregon is the city’s lovely malecon (waterfront promenade). A few blocks inland is the main square with its pink quartz gazebo, tiled walkways and 19th century cathedral. El Mogote, a flat deserted sandbar, sits offshore.