The mere mention of sun-soaked Baja makes your muscles turn to toffee. Kayak off the coast of La Paz, snorkel through coral, whale watch, bird spot, beachcomb - chill out. Crack open a caguama (that's Baja for beer) and get a front row seat for the show-stopping sunset. More off-track coverage than any other guidebook. Special surfing chapter written by Surfer magazine editor Jake Howard. The truth behind Baja's world-renowned invention, the Caesar salad! The best of Baja accommodation.7th Edition 308 pp / 36 maps
Posted by Bryn - Cleanline Staff – 7th Mar 2014
To say I love to travel is an understatement, it's an addiction, something I can't live my life without. I've been to 13 foreign countries and a countless amount of places with in the united states and every place it's such an amazing learning experience. To prep for all this travel one can go a little nutty trying to figure out where to stay, what not to miss, and most importantly (to me anyway)where to eat! My little helper in sifting through all that information is ALWAYS the Lonely Planet. Their teams put together such a solid amount of information, it's fantastic! I have found some very inexpensive places to stay that were absolute gems, great hikes I would have never otherwise taken, and some sweet little surf spots using the Lonely Planet books. I highly suggest you throw it in your pack if you headed out adventuring!
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