Baja is one of the hottest destinations it is a place to just get away with many luxury resorts and year round sun for those who truly need pampering , or for a little more excitement try the off road racing or whale watching, this time of year is prime time for the whales. Each January California gray whales in the Bering Sea head south to breed in San Ignacio Lagoon, Scammon's Lagoon, and Magdalena Bay, returning north each spring, usually in March and April. The breeding ground is a Mexican national park, and tour-boat access is controlled.
March is prime time for college kids on spring break, and Baja gets its share with their many clubs, particularly Rosarito and Ensenada is the hot spot some travel to San Felipe but most stay close to the border, you can get to Rosarito within 20 minutes and Ensenada within 1 hour.
Please be advised that when traveling to Baja you will need a passport or a birth certificate accompanied by a photo I.D you may also present a Voters card accompanied by a photo I.D. Minors must come accompanied by their parents, or have a notarized letter from the absent parent, authorizing their leaving the country.
The most important thing is to use common sense when traveling, just as you would at home. Our police and security guards throughout Rosarito are here to help you; feel free to ask questions or report suspicious behavior. For additional help, use our 24-hour Tourist Assistance Hotline 078.
Anyone planning to drive into Baja can find driving and other advice through the U.S. State Department's country-specific information on Mexico at http://travel.state.gov