Big skipjack Tuna are common all through out the Sea of Cortez.
Glass calm seas are common in the East Cape region of the Baja Peninsula.
This nice Dorado was caught within a few miles of shore when it ate a live bait right next to the boat.
Rooster Fish are found near structure close to shore in about 15 feet of water, or less.
The East Cape area is great for Fly Fisherman because of light wind and clear water.
My fiancee Jen had a chance to get out on the water and take in the spectacular panoramic views.
It gets quite warm down here in Mexico, so the Swim-Up Bar is a great place to relax and cool off.
Cattle, wild horses and many other large animals roam freely through out the Baja peninsula.
There are many activities other than fishing at the Hotel Buena Vista Resort including horseback riding, diving, snorkeling, ATV tours, jet skiing, Eco and Cultural tours, Kayaking, Shopping and Spa Services.
Horseback riding along the beach is a great experience. I recommend waiting until the late afternoon before heading out, when things cool down a bit.
I look like a fish out of water on a horse.
The horses were in great shape and the cost reasonable at $30 per hour. Here is my fiancee Jen with her horse Compadre.
Cows roam freely thou out the villages and even on the beach.
The Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort offers very reasonable fishing packages starting less then $1000. The Packages include 3 days of fishing, 3 meals a day, transportation to and from the airport, tax and gratuities. The Resort grounds are in impeccable shape and the private rooms are neat and clean with great air conditioning.
You can bring your catch back to the kitchen at the end of the day and enjoy it in the evening overlooking the water. There is also a bar in the restaurant with a pool table and ping pong table.
If you are looking for a travel destination with great fishing, weather and something for the whole family the Hotel Buena Vista is a great choice.