What’s so special about this place? Well, the original recipe for the “clamato” was created here, known all over the world. Visit them and try the refreshing drink.
EL RIO HARDY / CAMPO MOSQUEDA
Famous for being the only navigable river in Baja California. It’s surrounded by fauna like the pheasant, geese, quail and rabbits. There’s two tourist camps at Baja Cucapah Ranch and Campo Mosqueda; both offer rooms for rest, tourism services like tours, restaurants and more.
AGUAS TERMANLES DEL CAÑON DE GUADALUPE "EL PALMAR"
Located in the heart of Sierra de Juarez, where you can practice rappel between the rocks and hike. You’ll be surprised by the oasis and hot springs here. We recommend visiting after the summertime.
ÁGUILAS DE MEXICALI
Join the cachanilla baseball fiesta at one of “Las Aguilas” of Mexicali games at the home stadium better known as “The nest” of Las Aguilas. It’s been home to the group since 1975. The Nest has a capacity of approx. 17,000 fans.
BOSQUE Y ZOOLÓGICO DE LA CIUDAD
One of the biggest spaces in the city with enormous green areas; they have a children’s area, a botanical museum, zoo, outdoor theatre and a water park.
LETRAS MONUMENTALES MEXICALI
Take a picture at the monumental letters of the city. You can find them at Centro de Gobierno, the Mexicali civic center.