Located in the northern region of the state, the Protected Natural Areas of the Constitución de 1857 National Park (5,009 hectares, or 123,778 acres, and 91 kilometers, or 57 miles, from Ensenada) and the San Pedro Mártir Sierra (65,000 hectares, or 160,618 acres, and 321 kilometers, or 199 miles, from Ensenada) offer visitors two densely wooded forests, perfect for camping or hiking while enjoying the refreshing aroma of oak, pine and holm oak trees.


Constitucion de 1857 National Park

Great for families seeking a gratifying day in the great outdoors, the Constitución de 1857 National Park is well-equipped with cabins, restaurants and ecotourism ranches with horseback riding.

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San Pedro Martir National Park

Meanwhile, the San Pedro Sierra features the Picacho del Diablo, the highest point on the peninsula (3,095 meters, or 10,154 feet), and the National Astronomical Observatory is home to the second largest telescope in Latin America.

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