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Not your normal southern Baja weather, Guerrero Negro is one of those places that, if not for something very special, would get hardly any visitors due to the cold, wintry winds.

Just to the west of Guerrero Negro is Laguna Guerrero Negro and to the south is Ojo de Liebre, more commonly known as Scammon’s Lagoon. These are the first lagoons that the magnificent gray whales have a chance to visit on their long, 6000 mile, journey from the Bering Sea to give birth to their cute little 1000 pound calves. There are other lagoons that attract the whales but Scammon’s Lagoon gets the largest concentration,causing the quaint, one street town to get very crowded and busy during whale watching season.

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If you want to plan a trip you should make sure you have the basic reservations made well in advance. At the very least try to book your motel in advance. You should usually be able to hustle up a whale watching tour but if the motels are all full there is nowhere close by to stay. The closest accommodations are a few motels in Vizcaíno, 50 miles to the south.

Change your watch in Guerrero Negro (actually at the giant Eagle monument just north of town) which is on Mountain Standard Time. Going south: One hour ahead – Going north: One hour back.

About a mile north of Guerrero Negro lies the 28th parallel and the border of the two Baja states, Baja California (Norte) and Baja California Sur. There is an army base, a Pemex station and the 140 foot tall Eagle monument made out of steel that sits right on the parallel line. There is also an Immigration check point (open sporadically) where you should have your tourist permit (FMTTV) to show, if not, they will sometimes issue one there. Across the street is an agricultural inspection station, they may want to look in your cooler. If you are traveling south you will have to pay 10 pesos to have the bottom of your car sprayed, to keep any northern Baja insects out of southern Baja.

What makes Guerrero Negro Unique?

Huge Salt Works – Toward the end of the main street is a Pemex station and the entrance

Incredible sand dunes of Dunas de Soledad – about six miles outside of town to the north.

Manmade mounts for the magnificent Osprey (Sea Eagle)along power poles on main street – The Osprey, which are quite numerous in the area, then actually finish building the nests and this is where they have their babies.