Catavina Vacation Packages
Visitors can use Catavina as a base for further adventures. This popular region has been blessed with a treasure-trove of terrific natural and man-made attractions. Head 3 miles (5 kilometers) northeast to Mexicali, where you'll find the City Forest and Zoo and Sol Children's Museum.
Visit Baja California Norte's historic archeological sites, it's a great way to gain an understanding of the area's colorful history. For a low-cost outdoors activity that will interest the entire family, take the time to head to the region's popular open-air markets.
Get outdoors and get amongst the adventures in Baja California Norte. Have a go at hiking or give horse riding a try. If you feel like kicking back a little, why not have a go at bird watching or shore fishing.
Baja California Norte cuisine possesses its own unique characteristics and flavors, so ensure you sample one or two local dishes. Tacos de pescado estilo ensenada (ensenada fish tacos) and caesar salad are are two perennial favorites with tourists and local foodies. If you'd like to unwind with a good brew, check out Rosarito. It's a common choice in Baja California Norte. Some travelers don't believe a culinary journey is complete until they've tasted a glass or two of regional wine. Sample merlot or tempranillo.
As your trip finishes, you'll be sure to bid Catavina a sad "Adiós"
Accommodation in Catavina
At this point, Catavina doesn't offer a whole lot of accommodations options listed on our Catavina hotels guide, so make sure that you reserve a hotel if you have somewhere specific in mind.