No visit to La Paz would be complete without a day's boat trip to the island archipelago which lies to the north of the city, consisting of Islas Espiritu Santo and Partida as well as the isolated rocks known as Los Islotes.
Located half way down the Baja California peninsula, Guerrero Negro lacks the palm tree picture postcard appeal of San Ignacio to the south, but it does have its own attractions which make it an interesting place to visit.
Situated just 70 miles south of the US border along the spectacular Pacific coast, Ensenada offers a relaxing alternative to Tijuana, its more boisterous big brother on the border. That's not to say you can't have an action-packed visit though, with a variety of attractions within easy reach.
Tijuana's Revival: Part Four
"So where are we going for lunch, then?" I said as we pulled away from La Revo in the centre of Tijuana. "Los Cabos" came the reply. "Eh? That's 1,000 miles away, this car will never get there and back, and we all have things to do tomorrow!" I responded. "Don't worry" I was told "we'll be there in no time".