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Introducing Mulegé

The palm- and mangrove-lined Río Mulegé, with its delta, birds, wildlife, snorkeling and diving, makes this a great stop for the outdoorsy or those with kids, but it was pummeled by hurricanes in 2006 and 2009 and, being set down in a narrow arroyo (stream), flooding is possible with any major storm. The ancient mission and town square give the town a quiet charm that’s fast disappearing in other parts of Baja. Despite the eyesore of a faux rampart at the town entrance and the fact that it now has a bank/ATM, Mulegé still feels in some ways like part of yesteryear.