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Fishing in Baja

Fishing in Rosarito Beach MexicoEvery year, tens of thousands of people head to Mexico to enjoy their passion for one of the world’s most popular sports: fishing.

In Mexico, you can fish in the oceans, lakes, and streams depending on your preference. You can fish in saltwater or freshwater and find that Mexico has it all.

Mexico’s deep sea fishing is recognized the world over by experienced fishermen who go there regularly to fish for marlin, sailfish, tuna, dorado and more.

You will be able to charter fishing boats in all the major resort towns of Mexico that will take you out to where the big fish can be found. Good fishing charters companies have boats that have been specially adapted for deep-sea fishing. The good ones will come fully equipped with a trained and knowledgeable captain and crew, the right gear, and food and drinks to last all day.

Fishing trips usually begin early in the morning and will last until the afternoon or early evening.





Surfing in Baja

Surfing in Rosarito Beach Mexico

Surfing in Mexico is one of the greatest experiences you can imagine. Surfers come from all over the world to the sandy beaches and the excellent waves that can be found on the Pacific Ocean coasts of the Baja peninsula and mainland Mexico.

Mexico can be surfed all year round but the best time for surfing comes between April to October. This is when you will see consistent surf and perfect waves at some of the famous surfing breaks that surfers love. There are point breaks, beach brakes, reefs, and rivers mouth, affording an enormous variety of waves of all types.

Some of the most popular places to find waves in Mexico are:


  • Baja California
  • Cabo San Lucas
  • Mazatlan
  • Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca
  • Acapulco
  • Sayulita
  • Todos Santos, Ensenada

There are many more surfing spots that the insiders know and if you are one of them or want to become one, Mexico surfing is for you. You will want to come to Mexico and experience the perfect spots to surf, the nice friendly and welcoming people, the moonlight fiestas and the excellent food. 

Surfers come from around the world to ride big waves in Mexico. There are some surfing spots that will break with waves from 30 to 40 feet or more. The best surfing will be found on the Pacific coast of the Baja peninsula and the mainland’s west coast below the Sea of Cortez.

Depending on the time of year, surf locations in Mexico will be at their best. South-facing beaches get their best waves from May through October, when storms from Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica send their swells towards Mexico. In the months from December through March, west-facing beaches will get big waves that are generated from storms in the Arctic regions of the North Pacific Ocean.

When looking to plan your “surfing safari” you will want to consider when you will be going to Mexico and which surf spots will be breaking at that time.




Golf in Rosarito Beach MexicoMexico is the number two destination worldwide for U.S. golfers, right behind Hawaii. The Mexican Government’s Department of Tourism wants to change that ranking. They are determined to be number one, and at the rate, they are going it shouldn't take too long to achieve that goal.

Mexico’s resort cities are home to world-class golf courses designed by United States golf professionals like Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. These cities are in the most gorgeous locations in Mexico and the golf courses that are built there rival the best courses in the world.

In the interior of Mexico, at elevations over 5,000 feet, you can golf the wonderful traditional courses of Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Morelos. In fact, there are now more than 150 golf courses in Mexico that have been created to meet the rising demand.

A trip to the golf courses in Mexico is one you should not miss. Mexico is the ultimate golf destination. 


Real Del Mar Rosarito Beach GolfIts golf course, which opened on July 21, 1993, and designed along 3 guns by Arq. Pedro Giiereca Gurrola, allows you to enjoy the natural beauty of the coast, where 18 holes, par 72 with 6,400 yards and lakes offer a great challenge for players of all levels. Over 20 years Real del Mar has produced countless golf tournaments private sector companies and altruistic.

Phone: (664) 631-3406

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Bajamar Rosarito Beach GolfBajamar is a world-class residential and tourist resort offering premier services and amenities. Its location and spectacular Pacific Ocean views make Bajamar an incomparable haven, offering visitors and residents natural beauty in a safe and relaxed environment. Bajamar’s Master Plan augments the hotel, golf course, and existing residential communities with condominiums, additional residential opportunities and commercial lots.

Phone: 01 800 025 407

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Guadalupe Valley in Baja

Since the 1990s the association of winemakers of Baja California holds the Grape Harvest Fiestas in the Valley of Guadalupe and the town of Ensenada every year in August. The celebration includes wine tasting sessions, concerts and soirées, and samplings of regional cuisine and Mexican wines.

Wine tasting is available year-round, and several of the wineries have built up-market restaurant/tasting establishments aimed specifically at tourists from the United States. A winery tour is usually included on cruise ships that stop at Ensenada.

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Offroading in Baja

Off roading in Rosarito Beach MexicoBaja California Mexico has been a long time destination for a unique group of people that want to drive their cars, truck or motorcycles across the desert. This extreme form of recreation resulted in the now two world-famous events called the Baja 1000 and the Baja 500 off-road races.

Baja 1000 and the Baja 500 includes various types of vehicle classes such as small and large bore motorcycles, stock VW production vehicles, dune buggies, trucks, and custom fabricated race vehicles that can cost over $1,000,000.

The course has remained relatively the same over the years with the majority of events being either a point to point race from Ensenada to La Paz, or a loop race starting and finishing in Ensenada.

The Baja 1000 has attracted over 300,000 spectators that have lined the course and converged on the finish line that would be in either La Paz or Ensenada Mexico.

Pikin - Fun in the Sky in Rosarito

Fun in the sky Rosarito BeachHave fun in a family, ecological and adventurous atmosphere facing the ocean! With a restaurant-bar in the same facilities, K-42 Pub & Grill.

Test your strength and fearlessness in our circuit 4 zip lines, suspension bridge and base jump, have fun in our large pool and enjoy our green areas camping option, we also have a playground for children, private parking and rental tents.

Location: Km-42 Carretera Libre Tijuana-Ensenada, 22710 Rosarito, Mexico

Phone: (664) 648-0908


The Sand Dunes (Los Arenales) in Rosarito Beach

Dunes in Rosarito BeachIn the village of Primo Tapia, by the beach, are the dunes formations which cover a few square kilometers, these oceanfront dunes are known as Los Arenales. Los Arenales is an internationally famous place for people who enjoy motocross and 4x4 vehicles. When you visit Los Arenales you will see contrasting sceneries, highlighting the desert sand and the sea a few meters away.

Location: KM 48.5 Carretera Libre Tijuana - Ensenada, Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico

El Vergel Water Park in Baja

El Vergel Rosarito BeachWe invite you to enjoy your summer tour with us!

We have 13 pools, 15 water slides, water games in all pools, tables and grills, wave pool, kids area. Special areas for large groups of people, 2 dance floors, food stalls, lockers, security services, first aid and much, much more!

Location: Camino al Vergel 1,Alamar,22110 Tijuana, BC

Phone: (664) 621 3066

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