Baja California SUR

Baja California Sur is Mexicos youngest state, named after the peninsula where it is found. Sur translating to "south". It is bordered by the state of Baja California to the north, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California, which is sometimes referred to as the Sea of Cortes.

The state is generally arid however the southern tip is tropical due to consistently warm sea temperatures which can manipulate the climate.

The main attraction to this hot and dry region is its 2230 km of beautiful coastline and the large number of small islands, mostly in the Gulf.

The state capital and largest city is La Paz. Baja California SUR includes wonderful side street travel tourist destinations like Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo.

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