• The most visited border city in the world

    About half of Baja Norte’s three million people live in Tijuana. Sharing a border with San Diego and Los Angeles nearby, Tijuana has become known as the most visited border city in the world.
    It is home to both an international airport and the busiest border crossing in the world, which helps make it one of Baja’s many leading hot spots for medical tourism.

  • One of Baja’s highlights

    Located at the convergence of Baja California, California and Arizona, this town has become known as a healthcare option for visitors from the U.S. and Canada seeking quality healthcare, medical tourism as it’s now called.
    They journey to Los Algodones for highly trained medical personnel, first-class clinics and affordable pharmaceuticals.

  • The capitol of Baja

    Like Tijuana, its Baja neighbor to the west, Mexicali offers visitors the options of crossing by vehicle or foot from neighboring Calexico in the U.S. The capitol of Baja, the city of about 700,000 people takes its name by combining Mexico and California.
    Cultural attractions include the University Museum where you can learn about the first settlers of Baja California.

  • The “Land of Wine”

    With about 450,000 residents, this city 70 miles south of the border is both a major seaport and a major resort region, with offerings ranging from restaurants to shopping to nearby wine country.
    As Baja’s only deep-water port, it is a transport hub as well as a cruise ship destination and popular sports-fishing charter destination.

  • The beachfront resort city on Baja’s western Gold Coast

    For decades Rosarito Beach, just 20 miles south of the border, has been the bestknown beachfront resort city on Baja’s western Gold Coast, and with miles of sandy coast and great surf spots.
    But that, as the saying goes, is just the tip of the iceberg. That’s an especially fitting saying for this resort city.

  • A small colorful town with Colonial Style architecture

    Located just 35 minutes west of Tijuana and on the U.S.-Mexican border, the city of Tecate is a small colorful town with Colonial Style architecture and extraordinary natural attractions.
    Tecate also offers excellent spas recognized worldwide and excellent medical services.

Getting to Baja


Tijuana Airport
Aeropuerto Internacional de Tijuana

Carretera Aeropuerto S/N, Nueva Tijuana
22435 Tijuana, B.C.
+01 664 607 8200

San Diego Airport
San Diego International Airport

3225 N Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA 92101
United State
+1 619-400-2404
(Los Angeles International Airport, about 150 miles north of Baja, might offer attractive alternative flights.)

Yuma Internation Airport

2191 E 32nd St
Yuma, AZ 85365
+1 928-726-588

Mexicali Airport

Carretera Mesa de Andrade Km. 23.5, Mariano Abasolo
21600 Mexicali, B.C