Layer, Layer, Layer
Luggage and bags: Travel in the Baja means travel light. Shorts, t-shirts and maybe a light jacket depending on the time of year.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Temperatures in Loreto are typically "tropical." But layers are the best way to go. With the exception of July-September, weather is quite comfortable in shorts and t-shirt with the possibility of a light jacket in the early morning or evening.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: What ever you might want you should bring. The farmacia's might have what you need but don't count on it.
Photo Equipment: Bring all the camera equipment you can carry. The photo ops are everywhere.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Beaches are "free" in Mexico but I'd not want to camp there due to the sand fleas, "no-see-ems" and other critters that tend to like "their" territory.
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Luggage and bags: Use Carry-on as much as possible.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Light weight "travel clothes" will get you by most anywhere in the desert. But carry a light jacket as the desert does get cold at night, especially during winter months.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: sun screen, sun screen, sun screen...oh, and did I mention sun screen? The sun may not feel very hot, but it will "fry" you quite quickly.
Photo Equipment: Always carry a camera. I normally pack about 40 pounds of bodies and lens, but never leave home without a small "point and shoot" digital.
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