You can get the most out of your trip to Baja by choosing a trip that’s worth it to you and your family.
Here are 10 things to consider: Where you’re headed: Baja is a destination for many, many people, but many are drawn to the area by its beaches, the unique culture of the locals, and the sheer number of miles between Baja and Bonaire.
There are plenty of opportunities to spend time in Baja, so whether you’re in town for a week or two, a visit is a good idea.
But if you’re planning on staying in Bonaise or Puerto Vallarta, Baja has a lot to offer, as well.
Where you can get your bearings: Bonaize and Puerto Vallantes have a number of islands with their own distinct culture and traditions, so if you plan to visit, make sure to know about them.
Puerto Vallantias is known for its surf culture, which includes a popular nightlife.
You can find great food, but be aware that many of the restaurants are run by the locals.
You’ll also find a plethora of cultural offerings at the beach, as it’s an area that’s famous for its sand dunes.
The beaches: Bora Bora is the largest island in Bataan and has a stunning coastline that’s home to several famous landmarks, including Baja’s famous surf spot.
If you’re a big beachgoer, there are plenty to do, from surfing, to snorkeling, to kayaking and scuba diving.
Baja also has the largest population of bathers in the world, with locals taking part in every day activities.
If the weather’s nice, there’s a small beach club to join.
If not, you can still get a great surf break on the Bora Gora.
Bora del Carmen is the island’s biggest and most popular destination, with great surfing and a beautiful view.
There’s a great beach club in the area to stay and see the scenery.
Where to stay: You can’t go wrong with a Bora or Puerto Del Carmen hotel.
Both have beautiful, open-air layouts with plenty of rooms for the entire family.
There is also a beach-front house that will accommodate up to five guests.
Boca del Mar is another great option, with lots of room for two people.
There also is a hotel near the beach that’s open to the public and offers good views.
What to bring: Bring your own gear, including a beach chair, sunscreen, life jacket, and an inflatable float.
If your plan involves staying in one of the hotels, make it a priority to pack extra sunscreen, which can be purchased at any beach store.
Some of the resorts in Bora Del Carmen have pools for swimming, which are great for beginners and experienced surfers alike.
Other popular options are Baja Beach, Boca Del Carmen, Bana, Bora, and Baja Del Carmen.
Some resorts offer a small, private pool for rent.
The best advice you can give when planning your Baja trip is to get as much out of the trip as you can.
There can be a lot going on in Bava, so you should have enough time to plan your own adventure and to make the most of your time in the region.