When traveling, it's always great to have tools to maximize your experience. Here are 8 tools that we enjoy - most of which we use - here in the office, and tools that you can use in preparation for and while on your Baja tour!

Our Baja Trip Extensions: Looking for something extra to do on your extended vacation? Check out our Baja Trip Extension options for Loreto and one for La Paz. Tour an old mission, learn to cook an authentic Mexican dish or snorkel with the whale sharks.

Trip Advisor: With all of the newest ratings, Trip Advisor is a great source for restaurants, hotels, activities, etc in the area!

The Weather Bug App: One of my personal favorites, the Weather Bug App, allows you to look up detailed weather information in any location and from several different sources.

Got Baja? Maps: Whether you're pulling them up online or grabbing one at one of the many stores and market places throughout Baja, the Got Baja? Maps are great cartoon maps that can not only put you in the right direction while exploring the city, but also provide as a great  and FREE souvenir.

WhatsApp: I didn't know about this until after my Baja Adventure and I'm so jealous! This app allows you to text using the internet like instant messenger. I definitely would have used this at the hotel!

The Duolingo App: For any vacation this is a great app! Get ready for your upcoming vacation and learn a different language for free.

The World Lens App: It can translate foreign text in photos! Enough said.

The OANDA Currency Converter App: Need help with currency? It's no problem for this app.

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