Tourism in Bahía de Los Ángeles, an unspoiled corner of Mexico's Baja California, is like a well-kept secret, whispered from traveler to traveler. Yet, over the last two decades, this secret has steadily started to get out. This spectacular locale has experienced a significant uptick in visitors, adding yet another layer to its ever-evolving story.
Interestingly, Bahía de Los Ángeles sees two distinct peaks in its tourist season. Between April and May, it's largely Mexicans who flock to the azure coasts. Come winter, however, and the landscape shifts, as international tourists take over. During the scorching summer months of June to September, the area still manages to sustain a steady flow of both national and foreign tourists.