Originally Posted by daveb
Yeah, Twogone has floated the idea and he's been introduced to my buddy JD. But JD just came back and told me it was 100+ down there. Marc may like that hot weather but I steer clear of it.
I don't care if it's in the 70's provided it isn't like 90% humidity. What is the best time of year to avoid that? JD claims March is a good time to go but even the deserts up here are almost too warm. For what ever reason I always think of Mexico as hot.
The best time to go is from mid-October to May. The farther south you go, the warmer it gets. There seems to be more precipitation in northern Baja than southern California, so rain storms and snow storms (in the mountains) aren't uncommon.
March is a great time to go whale watching. November has a lot of Baja 1000 race traffic as everybody is prerunning, but the race is the weekend before Thanksgiving.
There is so much to see. I like to spend a lot of time exploring/driving down there. Baja is the new "Land Of The Free", while the USA is now the "Land Of Litigation"! lol