Western Mexico is the narrow coastline that runs along the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California which separates Baja California from the mainland. This region has been completely transformed by tourism over time, both as stand-alone destinations and as ports of calls for cruise ships. Beginning with Acapulco in the 1940's, a number of its once-sleepy towns have become world-class beach destinations. Beyond beach cities like Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta, the region offers some amazing natural scenery, including some of the world's best spots for whale watching as well as some epic surfing beaches. You'll find the best drone videos of Mexico's western coasts here in this collection. Aerial photo: "Caleta y Caletilla Beach, Acapulco" by AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Postandfly.
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