During the months from March to September, the skies in this Baja California town offer postcard like skies filled with starts, eclipsed only at times by the intense brightness of the moon. You should also not miss the view of the horizon, when the first light before the lunar dawn lights up the Sea of Cortes.
In which activities can I participate
Any beach activity is perfect for Mulege. You can go snorkeling, diving and even surfing. Due to the region’s fishing tradition, one of the most popular activities among tourists is going sports fishing on the Santa Rosalia river. Here, you will be able to fish mainly mackerel and golden fish, as well as other species such as dogfish, shark, marlin and roosterfish. You can ask for the fishing services to the southeast of Santa Rosalia, on highway number 1. You may also visit the “El Gallito” dunes, only 1 mile south of Mulege, where you will be able to rent an ATV to explore these mountains of sand.
Where to stay
There are many places in Mulege where you can stay, whether hotels and hostels within every budget, as well as trailer parks which include camping areas, hot showers, laundry service and other services to make your stay a complete experience with nature, without having to sacrifice comfort. Such is the case in the places of Guerrero Negro, Malarrimo, Kadekaman, Santa Rosalia, San Ignacio and Mulege itself.
How to get there
The municipality of Mulege is located approximately 306 miles to the north of La Paz and 175 miles from Loreto, Baja California Sur, on the Transpeninsular highway. Making the trip by land will allow you to appreciate a terrific view of the peninsula, where you will be able to see the contrast between the sea and the desert, the main feature of the territory of Baja California.