Compared to other towns and cities in Baja California Sur, there are more things to do in La Paz. I lived and stayed long in Cabo San Lucas, El Pescadero, and Todos Santos but I feel like when it comes to activities, La Paz has more to offer.
La Paz is one of the cheapest destinations in Baja California Sur. I was fortunate to stay here for a month and discover the digital nomad lifestyle, investigate on the cost of living and quality of life, and of course, get to know the city of La Paz through its outdoor activities!
Wondering if you can visit Espiritu Santo Island La Paz? I’ve done this quite a lot while living in La Paz, Mexico and it’s one of the best activities in the city!
Is La Paz cost of living cheaper than anywhere else in Baja California? I lived in La Paz for a while and in this post, I will share with you what I spent monthly and how you can live for cheap in this Mexican city.
Baja California Sur takes pride as the best seafood in Mexico so expect to eat fresh catch from the sea while in the peninsula. For when you get tired of eating fish tacos every day, save these best La Paz restaurants and try them all during your visit!
This La Paz digital nomad guide is from my personal experiences living here. In this post, I will discuss Internet speed, cost of living, safety, and everything you need to know about being a digital nomad in La Paz Mexico.
La Paz solo travel: how safe is it for tourists? I recently moved to Baja California Sur for the summer and here’s what I think about safety in La Paz Mexico.