Santiago Arau has managed to capture the immensity of Mexico with his drone, he has traveled through places that are unknown to many, but thanks to his talent and social media, his work has reached all over the world.
MEXICO’S CITY STORYTELLER
Santiago has photographed everything, from architecture to sporting events, but his drone pictures are our favorite. It’s very eye-catching when you let the spectator see things from another perspective.
Documenting one of the most populated cities in the world, with more than 20 million people, is no easy task. Santiago manages to capture the daily contrasts of Mexico City with his drone.
BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR
Baja California Sur is a destination that could not be missed from Santiago’s photographic tours throughout Mexico. That’s why we want to show you these amazing pictures taken from the skies of the most spectacular places in Baja California Sur:
Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of the most important areas in the Sea of Cortez. It’s the second most important living coral reef in the Eastern Pacific, stretching from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. This is a very popular destination for diving and surfing.
Considered one of the best beaches in Mexico for its calm crystal clear waters surrounded by the desert. This is a Protected Natural Area, so you won’t be able to find hotels or restaurants nearby.
DIVORCE BEACH & LOVE BEACH
These two beaches are among the most famous in the Los Cabos area as they are located near the famous Arch. Love Beach has calm waters and is safe for swimming, while Playa del Divorcio is more rocky, with strong tides, we strongly recommend to not swim there and please take precautions.
The salt mines of Guerrero Negro are world leaders in salt production, they export approximately 7 million tons of salt annually. The salt mines are located in the north of the state,near Baja California. If you book in advance, you can have a guided visit to some of their factories.
This is a small island of volcanic origin in the Gulf of California, located 25 miles off the coast of Baja California Sur and home to the Tortuga Island rattlesnake, which can’t be found anywhere else.
Formerly named by Hernán Cortés as “Santa Cruz Bay” and now “La Paz”, the capital of Baja California Sur stands out for being a seaside, welcoming and cosmopolitan city. It is the perfect destination to practice water activities like scuba diving and snorkeling.