Baja California Sur
Baja California Sur is Mexico's youngest state (formed from a federal territory in 1973), which covers the southern half of the Baja California peninsula.
Baja California Sur is generally arid, but the southernmost tip (the Cabo area) is tropical, as it lies in beneath the Tropic of Cancer and has consistently warm sea temperatures to moderate the climate.
San Javier-- a charming little village located in the mountains behind Loreto. Most Baja visitors stick to the coast and miss a lot of the charming, very rustic little villages located in the interior backcountry. There's an impressive church, a few places to eat and drink, and a basic hotel. You can drive to San Javier, but the best way to go is to hire a horse or mule for the journey from Loreto.
Although generally safe, it is probably wise to camp with others or in organized campgrounds.