Lookouts of La Rumorosa

La Rumorosa highway is one of the most beautiful and popular roads in the region, with rocky mountain scenes that look like something out of a movie. You can stop at one of the many lookouts to appreciate the slopes and rock formations. These natural wonders will take your breath away. Ojo de Águila, El Cóndor, La Rumorosa and El Caballo Blanco, are some of the best vantage points where you can stop to appreciate the landscape and take incredible snapshots.

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Tecate City Sign

These letters are located in the heart of this magical town at the Miguel Hidalgo Park, which has hands-down become one of the most visited places by tourists and locals. Here’s where you’ll find the name of the city in towering and colorful letters. Tall trees surround the grounds, there is also a kiosk in the center and a variety of commercial businesses nearby such as cafés, local eateries and more. A photo of Tecate’s city sign it’s a perfect addition to your traveling album.

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The Stone House

This popular attraction is located about a quarter of a mile after the first tollbooth on the Tecate-Mexicali highway. Literally made of stone, you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views through its large windows or terrace. Some of the natural landscapes you can appreciate are the bends and curves of La Rumorosa highway.

The construction of the Stone House is shrouded in mystery. There are multiple legends and stories about its origin. Don’t forget to take a photo of this intriguing home during your next visit.

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El Carrizo Water Dam

El Carrizo Dam has become a place to visit with the whole family. It has a wide variety of amenities including cabins, grills, palapas and beautiful oceanic seascapes. You may go hiking around the dam. The trail provides face to face encounters with a handful of small waterfalls that supply El Carrizo. You won’t be able to resist the opportunity to snap a photo of this remarkable site.

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