Ensenada, Mexico

After Catalina Island our cruise docked in Ensenada, Mexico.


Kevin and I have walked into Ensenada from a cruise ship several times so this time we decided to take a tour.


This is the tour we picked. The La Bufadora Adventure or (blow hole) included some history of the area, shopping time and the blow hole.

Tuna Farm

Tuna Farm

We passed these on the way to La Bufadora. What is it? It’s where Tuna is farmed in Ensenada, Mexico.


This is Samuel our tour guide. He showed us where to buy silver,leather,food & pharmacy stuff along the shopping area leading to the La Bufadora.

The shopping area is filled with food samples that the tour guide encourages us to try. He also asked a women to sing “Happy Birthday”to me in Chinese. I loved it!


In order to get to La Bufadora we had to walk through all these shops.

La Budadora

La Bufadora

La Bufadora is one of the largest blow holes in North America.  The spout of sea water is the result of air, trapped in a sea cave, exploding upwards. 

IMG_1818After La Bufadora Samuel recommended fish/shrimp tacos at this place near the La Bufadora.

Excellent Tacos!

Excellent Tacos!

Carnival Imagination

Carnival Imagination

Next Post- birdwatching

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Happy Travels!



3 thoughts on “Ensenada, Mexico

  1. Great series of photos, I was particularly interested in that Tuna Farm as I have never seen anything like that before. I also loved the look of that fish taco. I found a recipe the other day to make them as I haven’t had one since we last visited in San Diego. I got hooked on them when we lived there back in the day.


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