Baja California is not only one of the most important border states in Northern Mexico, but also a place that of rich outdoor, gastronomic, cultural, art and nightlife experiences.

We invite you to learn a little more about this great state.

1.     Mexicali

The Capital of Baja CaliforniaThe City that captured the Sun is located on the outskirts of the Colorado river and near the Laguna Salada desert. Traditional, this is how Mexicali is, with some of the best Chinese food in the country, the best cuts of meat and craft beers.   Considered a business and medical tourism pillar, where the “Cachanillas” know how to make you feel at home. It’s been home to Agrobaja year after year, the only and most important agricultural and fishing exposition in the country.

What yo need to know:

  • Founded in 1903, proclaimed Capital of Baja California in 1915.

  • Home of “Las Fiestas del Sol”, with over 360,000 attendees and 300 exhibitors.

  • The Hardy River is the only navigable river in the state of Baja California.

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2.     Tijuana

“Capital of cool”. Young, innovative and irreverent; this is Tijuana and it’s no coincidence that this is the most visited border in the world. The acclaimed culinary, cultural and artistic scene has catapulted the city as one of the best destinations to visit with family, couples or friends. Tijuana, the perfect place for work or play.

What yo need to know:

  • Direct air connectivity to 32 states in Mexico and International destinations.

  • Considered the most visited border in the world.

  • Craft Beer capital of Latin America.

  • The world’s best tacos are served here.

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3.     Ensenada

The wine capital of Mexico". Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, Ensenada is the largest municipality in Mexico.

Its vast natural offerings attract nature buffs that enjoy the outdoors. Two National Parks are located here: Constitucion de 1857 and Sierra San Pedro Martir. This last one is also the home of the National Astronomical Observatory and “El Picacho del Diablo” (devils peak), the highest mountain in the Baja peninsula. Find Natural Protected areas like Valle de Los Cirios, Islas del Golfo, la Biósfera de Isla de Guadalupe, among others.

What yo need to know:

  • 90% of Mexican wine is produced here.

  • The most visited tourism seaport on the Pacific, with over 700 thousand cruise goers.

  • Off-roading world capital and home of the Baja 1000.

  • Named as Creative City by UNESCO for its gastronomy.

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Information provided by the Secretary of Tourism of Baja California.

Do you need more information?

Contact us.

Mexicali Campus
Calzada CETYS s/n. Col. Rivera.
Contact: (686) 567-3700 Ext. 1702
ícono whatsappWhatsApp: (686) 119-9157


Tijuana Campus
Av. CETYS Universidad No. 4 Fracc. El Lago.
Tel. (664) 903-1800 Ext. 2215/2216
ícono whatsappWhatsApp: (664) 120-9537


Ensenada Campus
Km. 1 Camino a Microondas Trinidad s/n. Col. Moderna.
Tel. (646) 222-2300 |