Baja California 

Catalina is a relaxed, friendly island with a Mediterranean feel, easy to explore on foot or by golf cart. Its rich marine life and clear calm waters make it a popular destination for water sports, from fishing and wake boarding to snorkeling and kayaking.  One of the many movies filmed in the early 1900's brought 14 buffalo to the Island and left them on the Island. Now a herd of about 150 buffalo roam the island’s interior. In the 1970’s Wrigley deeded 88% of the Island to the Catalina Island Conservancy so it remains undeveloped and wild very much like Hollywood’s “back lot” in early filming days.  Catalina Island’s rich history can be seen in many of the buildings and historic landmarks that dot the City's landscape.


Ensenada is one of the most important ports in Mexico. There you can enjoy the large tourist infrastructure offered by the city and witness its constant cultural of activities that blend with its beautiful natural attractions and beautiful beaches. Go horse back riding off into the sunset or enjoy a relaxing and intimate moment in one of its spas.   Due to its perfect year round climate, Ensenda has some of the best wine tasting in Mexico.  Take part in unique experiences such as whale watching, or if you prefer, go diving and kayaking. Practice rock climbing or inject adrenaline into your tour by conquering zip lines and suspension bridges to enjoy one of the most extreme rushes in Ensenada.