But Why Baja?



A bit rugged and gritty but thoroughly modern, Baja California Alta is one of our favorite parts of the world right now. If you haven’t been to Tijuana since college Spring Break, you might be all, “huh?” but trust. There's a rustic wine region coined the "Next Napa," a fresh farm-to-table cuisine, a mix of street food and fine dining, and a new generation of creatives making their mark in everything from art to design. And we're not the only fans! It's been touted by Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Sunset, Eater, AFARand the New York Times. Baja California Alta has our hearts and we know it'll have yours too.Join Salt & Wind Trips to see this underrated region before it's on everyone’s radar.


Tear yourself away from the picture-postcard Pacific views on Route 1, south of the border between California and Mexico, and you see Valle de Guadalupe undulating to the east, its Mars-like boulders and vast stretches of rose-gold-colored dirt belying the fact that there is some pretty great wine being grown here.
— New York Times
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