Abundant wildlife sighting area, ideal environments for sport fishing ( mackerel, dorado, corvina, among others) and excellent tourist facilities are important reasons to come and leave dazzle by this appropriate named Bahia de los Angeles. In the village you can rent a boat to cruise around nearby islands . Some of them allow camping, provided that a prior report is followed at the management of the Regional Office of the protected area of flora and Fauna Islands in the Gulf of California (Tel 01 (646) 172 5905). For your convenience, in the town you have a good array of restaurants, hotels, trailer park camps, shops and internet services.
Please visit the Museum of nature and culture (Mon-Sun 9: 00 to 12: 00 hrs., and 14: 00 to 16: 00 hrs.) showing the paleontological remains found in the region. Bones from mammoths, dinosaurs and whales are part of the interesting collection, illustrations and everyday objects used Pai – pai native Indians and others from the 19th century mining activities in the area.
Inviting you to be part of the conservation of sea turtles, the Regional Centre for fisheries research project (Centro Regional de Investigación Pesquera) opens doors to you to learn and help protect the valuable life of these endangered reptiles.
The natural beauty is present everywhere. The past of Baja California awaits with the rock paintings of Montevideo, located 13 km from Bahia de los Angeles, the secondary road leads to the San Borja mission. Figurative abstract type paintings are found within the caverns and are considered one of the most important finds of the peninsula. Continuing along the same road, 20 km ahead you arrive at the Mission of San Francisco of Borja of Adac (phone) (Satellite 1762-1823), built by the Jesuit, which still retain the Church, the mission bathrooms and kitchen, each built in Quarry .
The lagoons Manuela, Ojo Liebre and Guerrero Negro - located in the Pacific, 200 km from Bahia de los Angeles on the federal 1- highway are the gray whale sanctuaries, which migrate from Alaska to Baja California for mating and to give birth. The sighting season is from December to April.
A National protected area since 1978, the coastal archipelago of Bahia de Los Angeles is home to many species of seabirds and groups of sea lions. Of volcanic origin in this landscape breeds vegetation of shrubs, bushes, sahuaros , each is unique in its geological composition and ecosystem, shaping the region with a higher level of endemic plants not found elsewhere in the country.
Sail crystal-clear waters and encounter the leaps of intrepid dolphins over the waves while its seabed is an excellent place to dive and observe fish such as shark whale (in the months of May to November).