With a mix of beaches, forests, and desert land, your drone has a topographic buffet in Baja, California, and there are plenty of remote areas to let it roam free. Get serene snapshots of the bay in San Luis Gonzága and pick up some desert scenery by letting your aerial scout hover over Catavina, known as Baja’s rock garden because of its building-sized boulders and formations. But for some money shots, head inland to Tecate (home of the famed Mexican brewery) and let your drone whiz through the hills and mountains in this laid-back valley. Point it toward the Guadalupe Hot Springs, rock-rimmed pools of spring water, or let it sail above Tecate, the cacti gardens, gazebo, and shops in Parque Hidalgo, the town’s main square. (We went here for our last motorcycle trip and took a drone along!)
In your downtime: Set up a tent and camp on the beaches in nearby San Felipe. It's best October through April, when the nights are cool and days are warm. Cook your own fresh catch.
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