The Pacific side of the Baja Peninsula is probably most famous for one of its repeat visitors, rather than its numerous geographic traits or any cultural attributes. The magnificent gray whale has known about the peaceful lagoons along the Pacific coast of southern Baja for centuries and is, to this day, a frequent visitor to the waters of Baja. The journey to Baja is a long one for the gray whales. It is a 10,000 mile round trip from their summer home in the Arctic Sea. The whales do not seem to mind, as they make this journey to Baja year after year.
The Pacific side of Baja, especially in the north, has a much milder climate than the rest of the peninsula. The Pacific currents and the winds that come off of the ocean tend to keep the Pacific side much cooler than the Sea of Cortez side. Much of the northern Pacific side of the peninsula has a climate like that of Southern California, and that can be a welcome relief to travelers in the hot summer months, especially if they are traveling from the southern part of the peninsula.
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