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Baja: What's Hot and What You Should Know

BY Ann Wycoff | September 24, 2018 | Feature Features National

Sailing to secluded coves in the Sea of Cortez, a private harvest feast with a former NOMA chef in wine country, safari tent glamping on an empty isle—what's your next Baja adventure?
Breathtaking seascapes are what Baja is all about.

Glamping at Camp Cecil
A private boat whisks you from La Paz across the Sea of Cortez, delivering you to Isla Espíritu Santo ($350 per person per night, two night minimum), where eight design-chic safari tents dot a powder-white beach trimmed by gin-clear water. Days at this protected National Marine Park call for swimming with curious sea lions, stand-up paddling in the company of pelicans, kayaking through the mangroves or snorkeling the coral heads right off your beach. Naturalists lead hikes to hidden caves and primitive rock art or wax poetic on the resident bird and marine life scene. The chef serves up not one, but two daily breakfasts; then there are the fresh-catch ceviche, lime margaritas at sunset, lantern-lit dinners, luxe linens and starry, silent nights.

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