Famous for its rock formations and monumental number of pine trees, the park also features the highest peak in the state: appropriately named Devil’s Peak at over 10,000 ft tall. People also come here for a chance to see big horn sheep in their natural environment as well as condors.
A gigantic geyser located on the Punta Banda Peninsula, La Bufadora is known to be one of the biggest “blowholes” in North America. Travelers can check out the action from a rooftop observation deck.
You can’t visit Baja California without going to Tijuana at least for a day, and at the heart of this eclectic Mexican city is the Avenida Revolucion. Known simply as the Revu, it is famous for its lively cantinas and restaurants featuring authentic cuisine.