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Leave your footprints on the ever-changing beaches of San Felipe


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If you are planning to visit San Felipe, this is the good option for you especially in summer. This is the season when you will find the footprints of various aquatic animals in the ever-changing beaches. You will never know what you will find. Maybe you will find the dead blue cannonball jellyfish washed ashore or a bit of sea sponge. A visit to the southern beaches of San Felipe might be a great experience for you that you will never forget in your life. Blue cannonball Jellyfish are not harmful for humans but while it stings, a chronic pain occurs. So, it is safe always to stay away from jellyfish.

San Felipe Baja California is famous especially for fishing and large varieties of aquatic animals and fishes on the Bay of California (Sea of Cortez). In the summer season, the blue cannonball jellyfish could be found anywhere in the waters of Sea of Cortez. Apart from blue jellyfish, the cannonball jellyfish of yellow and white shades are edible and fished in all the areas of world. Apart from cannonball jellyfish, you will find more varieties of jellyfishes washed ashore while you are wondering in the beaches.

From among the large varieties of vibrant jellyfishes, there is Blue Button Jellyfish or Porpita. This type of jellyfish is generally one inch wide. The Blue Button Jellyfish is named by its button size structure. This is not a true jellyfish because this is made up of the colonies of polyps. This is known technically as Chondrophores. These jellyfish are generally found in the groups. They have harmful stings which cause irritation on our skin. While moving in the beaches you may also find the clear pouches of jelly. These jellies are actually known as Mesoglea.

This jelly is found only when the low tide occurs along the beach. These are last part remained by jellyfish that have died. The jellyfish left the last part when it comes to break down. If you suddenly step on any one of them, they may feel uncomfortable to you but it won’t sting you. These are made up of purely with water and these are dead remains of jellyfish. Apart from that, you will also find varieties of footprint left behind by many aquatic animals on the ever-changing southern and northern beaches of San Felipe . This place has various cultures. In short, this is a great small fishing town which is not a typical fishing village at present.

With having various options of enjoying the nightlife, this place is covered by the top-class system within which crime rate is under control. You can enjoy the nightlife of this city in the bars and night clubs. There are many restaurants, hotels and casinos opened for the public. It means San Felipe is enriched with all the facilities that are essential for the enjoyment of vacations. When it comes to comfortable stay in San Felipe, there are beachfront rentals and condos vacant for your stay during your holidays.

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