After suffering through a tough year of natural disasters, Baja California, Mexico is definitely ready for and in need of tourism. With an emerging culinary and wine scene, and new resorts popping up all over the region, 2015 is the year to go before everyone discovers Baja’s charms. The region suffered a lot of damage from Hurricane Odile in October, but resorts have reopened and the international airport is gearing up for increased flights in 2015, with carriers like Alaska, Delta, and Spirit adding new routes. Two brand new golf courses combined with a planned JW Marriott opening should keep Los Cabos busy in 2015. In December, SeaPort Airlines started direct flights from San Diego International Airport to San Felipe, a small city on the northern Baja Peninsula. Flights are also available from Burbank Airport (via San Diego) to San Felipe as well.
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