Whales, Desert and Missions 

7 days / 6 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from January to May.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

Pick up the Jeep at the international airport and lodging.

 

Day 2: La Paz - Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you willl ascend to 1450 feet, in the earth of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset, you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 3: Loreto - Laguna San Ignacio. 203 miles. 

You will parallel the enchanting Bahìa Concepciòn and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulegè and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and drive to Santa Rosalìa, whose vestiges of a rich mining past, will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony.

After crossing the volcanic area of Las Virgenes and passing through part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, you will drive to San Ignacio. Nestled in one of the largest oasis of the region, this peaceful town will disclose for you one of the most beautiful missions of the XVIII century.

After a short visit to, you will travel on partially dirt road to the Laguna San Ignacio, our base for the whale watching, where you will stay at a romantic camp, caressed by the breeze of the Pacific Ocean. After lunch you will sail  to the encounter with the giants of the sea. Full board and tent lodging.

 

Day 4: Laguna San Ignacio.

Every year, in winter, hundreds of Gray Whales migrate from the Artic regions to the warm waters of Baja California, to give birth and continue the magical reproduction cycle in its protected lagoons. Expert “lancheros” driving powerful boats, will enable you to enjoy unforgettable close encounters with these peaceful giants.

 

Day 5: Laguna San Ignacio – Bahìa Magdalena. 256 miles.

Between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna, on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purìsima, the agricolture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, your second whale watching base, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahìa Magdalena. 

 

Day 6: Bahìa Magdalena – La Paz . 170 miles.

Although the Gray Whale rapresents the main attraction to these waters, you will also sail to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem, like Dolphins, Sea Lions, Frigatebirds, Cormorants, Brown Pelicans, Heermann’s Gulls, Ospreys and Herons. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense extension of moving dunes and, in the afternoon, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 7: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and check in for departure.

 

from $  930.00

 

Grand Adventure between Desert and Whales

9 days / 8 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from January to May.

 

Day 1 .- Arrival to La Paz.

You will be received at the airport and taken to the hotel.

 

Day 2: Isla Espiritu Santo.

Almost a full day will be spent exploring Isla Espiritu Santo, an enchanted desert island, embroided with white, sandy coves, where you can swim in its crystal clear water. At Los Islotes, snorkeling among the friendly colony of California Brown Sea Lions, will be an experience of a lifetime. In the afternoon you will return to La Paz, get your vehicle at the hotel and enjoy one more beautiful night.

 

Day 3: La Paz - Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you willl ascend to 1450 feet, in the earth of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 4: Loreto - Santa Rosalia. 122 miles.

You will parallel the enchanting Bahìa Concepciòn and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulegè and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and finally you will arrive to Santa Rosalia, whose vestiges of a rich mining past will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony. 

 

Day 5: Santa Rosalia – Laguna San Ignacio. 81 miles.

Breakfast at the hotel. After crossing the volcanic area of Las Virgenes and passing through part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, you will drive to San Ignacio. Nestled in one of the largest oasis of the region, this peaceful town will disclose for you one of the most beautiful missions of the XVIII century.

After a short visit, you will travel, on a partially dirt road, to the Laguna San Ignacio, your tfirst base for the whale watching, where you will stay at a romantic camp, caressed by the breeze of the Pacific Ocean. After lunch you will sail  to the encounter with the giants of the sea. Full board and tent lodging.

 

Day 6: Laguna San Ignacio.

Every year, in winter, hundreds of Gray Whales migrate from the Artic regions to the warm waters of Baja California, to give birth and continue the magical reproduction cycle in its protected lagoons. Expert “lancheros” driving powerful boats, will enable you to enjoy unforgettable close encounters with these peaceful giants.

 

Day 7: Laguna San Ignacio – Bahìa Magdalena. 256 miles.

Between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna, on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purisima, the agricolture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, your second whale watching base, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahìa Magdalena. 

 

Day 8: Bahìa Magdalena – La Paz . 170 miles.

Although the Gray Whale rapresents the main attraction to these waters, you will also sail to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem, like Dolphins, Sea Lions, Frigatebirds, Cormorants, Brown Pelicans, Heermann’s Gulls, Ospreys and Herons. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense extension of moving dunes and, in the afternoon, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 9: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and proceed to check in for departure.

 

from $ 1,170.00

 

Whales Sanctuary

8 days / 7 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from January to May.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

You will be received at the airport and taken to the hotel.

 

Day 2: Isla Espiritu Santo.

Almost a full day will be spent exploring Isla Espiritu Santo, an enchanted desert island, embroided with white, sandy coves, where you can swim in its crystal clear water. At Los Islotes, snorkeling among the friendly colony of California Brown Sea Lions, will be an experience of a lifetime. In the afternoon you will return to La Paz, get the Vehicle at the hotel and enjoy one more beautiful night.

 

Day 3: La Paz - Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you willl ascend to 1450 feet, in the earth of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 4: Loreto - Laguna San Ignacio. 203 miles. 

You will parallel the enchanting Bahìa Concepciòn and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulegè and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and drive to Santa Rosalìa, whose vestiges of a rich mining past, will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony.

After crossing the volcanic area of Las Virgenes and passing through part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, you will drive to San Ignacio. Nestled in one of the largest oasis of the region, this peaceful town will disclose for you one of the most beautiful missions of the XVIII century.

After a short visit, you will travel on partially dirt road to the Laguna San Ignacio, our base for the whale watching, where you will stay at a romantic camp, caressed by the breeze of the Pacific Ocean. After lunch you will sail  to the encounter with the giants of the sea. Full board and tent lodging.

 

Day 5: Laguna San Ignacio.

Every year, in winter, hundreds of Gray Whales migrate from the Artic regions to the warm waters of Baja California, to give birth and continue the magical reproduction cycle in its protected lagoons. Expert “lancheros” driving powerful boats, will enable you to enjoy unforgettable close encounters with these peaceful giants.

 

Day 6: Laguna San Ignacio – Bahìa Magdalena. 256 miles.

Between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna, on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purìsima, the agricolture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, your second whale watching base, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahìa Magdalena. 

 

Day 7: Bahìa Magdalena – La Paz . 170 miles.

Although the Gray Whale rapresents the main attraction to these waters, you will also sail to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem, like Dolphins, Sea Lions, Frigatebirds, Cormorants, Brown Pelicans, Heermann’s Gulls, Ospreys and Herons. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense extension of moving dunes and, in the afternoon, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 8: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and check in for departure.

 

 

 

from $ 1,140.00

 

 

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Grand Adventure between Mirages and Whales 

13 days / 12 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from January to May.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

You will be received at the Airport and taken to the hotel.

 

Day 2: Isla Espiritu Santo.

Almost a full day will be spent exploring Isla Espiritu Santo, an enchanted desert island, embroided with white, sandy coves, where you can swim in its crystal clear water. At Los Islotes, snorkeling among the friendly colony of California Brown Sea Lions, will be an experience of a lifetime. In the afternoon you will return to La Paz, get your vehicle at the hotel and enjoy one more beautiful night.

 

Day 3: La Paz - Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you willl ascend to 1450 feet, in the earth of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 4: Loreto - Santa Rosalia. 122 miles.

You will parallel the enchanting Bahìa Concepciòn and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulegè and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and, finally, you will drive to Santa Rosalia, whose vestiges of a rich mining past will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony. 

 

Day 5: Santa Rosalia - Guerrero Negro. 133 miles.

After crossing the arid volcanic zone of Las Virgenes, you will enter the Vizcaino desert, today partially improved and transformed into flourishing farming fields, thank to a Mexico-Israel project. You will leave the paved road in order to reach the southern shore of Laguna Ojo de Liebre and make your first boat excursion for the observation of the Gray Whale. Every year, in winter, hundreds of gray whales migrate from the Artic regions to the warm waters of Baja California, to give birth and continue the magical reproduction cycle in its protected lagoons. Expert “lancheros” driving powerful boats, will enable you to enjoy unforgettable close encounters with these peaceful giants.
You will continue to Guerrero Negro and lodge.

 

Day 6: Guerrero Negro.

You will travel for few miles to the northern shore of Laguna Ojo de Libre for the second whale watching. Snack on board. In the afternoon you might visit the extraordinary intallations of the company Esportadora de Sal, the largest salt mine in the world. Back to the hotel.

 

Day 7: Guerrero Negro - Laguna San Ignacio. 126 miles.

You will drive to San Ignacio, the second oasis of the zone, which host one of the most beautiful mission of the XVIII century. After a short visit, you will travel on a partially dirt road, to the Laguna San Ignacio, your third base for the whale watching, where you will stay at a romantic camp, caressed by the breeze of the Pacific Ocean. After lunch you will sail again to the encounter with the giants of the sea. Full board and tent lodging.

 

Day 8: Laguna San Ignacio.

Time for another surprising whale watching in the lagoon and also to observe the endemic fauna of the large mangrove swamps. Full board and tent lodging.

 

Day 9: Laguna San Ignacio – Bahìa Magdalena. 256 miles. 

You will follow the path of the Baja 1000, the legendary off road race that blast through the peninsula every year, from north to south and between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purisima, the farming fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, your fourth whale watching base, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahìa Magdalena. 

 

Day 10: Bahìa Magdalena – La Paz. 170 miles.

Although the Gray Whale rapresents the main attraction in these waters, you will also sail to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem, like Dolphins, Sea Lions, Frigatebirds, Cormorants, Brown Pelicans, Heermann’s Gulls, Ospreys and Herons. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense extension of moving dunes and, in the afternoon, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 11: La Paz - Los Cabos. 161 miles.

The old road to the south, will take you to the coast of the Sea of Cortez. After driving across the Tropic of Cancer, the incredible trail that parallels the Gulf, will allow you to discover a majestic succession of isolated beaches, before it takes you to the picturesque San Jose del Cabo, access point to the touristic corridor of Cabo San Lucas. 

 

Day 12: Los Cabos – La Paz. 89 miles.

You will enjoy a beautiful glass bottom boat excursion to the famous granite Archway and perhaps some shopping, before to travel north, along the Pacific coast, to visit the misterious, romantic oasis of Todos Santos, on your way to spend one more night in La Paz. 

 

Day 13: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and check in for your flight.

 

 

from $ 1,495.00

Cactus and Sea

11 days / 10 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from May to December.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

You will be received at the airport and taken to the hotel.

 

Day 2: Isla Espiritu Santo.

Almost a full day will be spent exploring Isla Espiritu Santo, an enchanted desert  island, embroidered with white, sandy coves, where you can swim in its crystal clear water. At Los Islotes, snorkeling among the friendly colony of Sea Lions, will be an experience of a lifetime. In the afternoon you will return to La Paz, get your vehicle at the hotel and enjoy one more beautiful night.

 

Day 3: La Paz-Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you willl ascend into the heart of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 4: Isla Coronado.

You will circumnavigate Isla Coronado, an umbelievable habitat of Sea Lions, Brown Pelicans and Boobies. After landing on its beautiful white sandy beach, to explore the island and relax, you will return to Loreto.

 

Day 5: Loreto – Santa Rosalía. 122 miles.

You will parallel the enchanting Bahía Concepción and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulege and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and finally, you will drive to Santa Rosalía, whose vestiges of a rich mining past will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony.

 

Day 6: Santa Rosalía – San Ignacio.  217 miles.

After crossing the volcanic area of Las Virgenes and passing through part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, you will travel deeply into the Sierra de San Francisco. Volcanic in origin, the sierra hides an incomparable cultural and natural wealth: from small cactaceous with colorful flowers, to gigantic cacti and primitive cirios, the most unusual plant of the peninsula and unique in the world. A primitive tribe of hunters and collectors, the origin of whom is unknown, existed in this wild environment thousands of years ago. They shaped in caves and ravines countless rupestrian paintings, representing gigantic human figures, hunting scenarios, families and animals. All these figures make one of the largest concentration of prehistoric art in the world, declared Patrimony of humanity by UNESCO. After having visited one of the caves, you will rest at San Ignacio, one of largest oasis of baja. 

 

Day 7: San Ignacio – Bahìa Magdalena. 257miles.

Between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purìsima, the agricolture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahía Magdalena.

 

Day 8: Bahía Magdalena - La Paz.  170 miles.

The entire morning will be dedicated to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem. Heermann's Gulls, Cormorants, Ospreys, Blue Herons, Egrets and Storm Petrels are common sights. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense moving dunes and, after lunch, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 9: La Paz -  Los Cabos.  161 miles.

The old road to the south, will take you to the coast of the Sea of Cortez. After driving across the Tropic of Cancer, the incredible trail that parallels the Gulf, will allow you to discover a majestic succession of isolated beaches, before it takes you to the picturesque San Jose del Cabo, access point to the touristic corridor of Cabo San Lucas. 

 

Day 10: Los Cabos - La Paz.  89 miles.

You will enjoy a beautiful glass bottom boat excursion to the famous granite Archway and perhaps some shopping, before to travel north, along the Pacific  coast, to visit the misterious,  romantic oasis of Todos Santos, on your way to spend one more night in La Paz.

 

Day 11: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and do the check in of your flight.

 

 

The Last Paradise

7 days / 6 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from May to December.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

Pick up the Jeep at the international airport and lodging.

 

Day 2: La Paz-Bahía Magdalena. 165 miles.

Traveling  north, you willl cross the green agricolture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn,  where  from  you   will  start your  route   toward Bahia Magdalena. 

 

Day 3: Bahìa Magdalena-Loreto. 124 miles.

The entire morning will be dedicated to observe the huge  population of this practically virgin ecosystem.  

Heermann's Gulls, Cormorants, Ospreys, Blue Herons, Egrets and Storm Petrels are common sights.  

You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense moving dunes and, after lunch, you will drive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 4: Isla Coronado.

You will circumnavigate Isla Coronado, an umbelievable habitat of Sea Lions, Brown Pelicans and Blue Footed Boobies.

After landing on its beautiful white sandy beach, to explore the island and relax, you will return to your hotel in Loreto.

 

Day 5: Loreto - La Paz.  262 miles.

You willl ascend into the heart of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewell,  built by Jesuits in 1699, before to head back to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 6: Isla Espiritu Santo.

Almost  a full day will be spent exploring Isla Espiritu Santo, an enchanted desert  island, embroidered  with  white, sandy coves, where  you  can swim in  its  crystal clear water. At Los Islotes, snorkeling among the friendly colony of Sea Lions, will be an  experience of a lifetime.  In the afternoon you will return to La Paz, to enjoy one more beautiful night.

 

Day 7: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and check into your flight.

 

 

 

Desert, Sea and Diving 

14 days / 13 nights You Drive Tour

Suggested from May to December.

 

Day 1: Arrival to La Paz.

Pick up the Jeep at the International Airport and lodging.

 

Day 2: La Paz - Loreto. 267 miles.

Traveling north, you will ascend into the earth of the Sierra de La Giganta, to contemplate the mission of San Javier, a true architectural jewel, built by Jesuits in 1699. In the magical light of the sunset you will arrive to Loreto, the first capital of Californias, today a fast growing development. 

 

Day 3: Isla Coronado.

You will circumnavigate Isla Coronado, an unbelievable habitat of Sea Lions, Brown Pelicans and Boobies. After landing on its beautiful white sandy beach, to explore the island and relax, you will return to Loreto.

 

Day 4: Loreto – Santa Rosalia. 122 miles.

You will parallel the enchanting Bahìa Concepción and its marvelous lace of white, sandy coves. Then you will visit Mulegé and its severe mission, on a river surrounded by thousands of palm trees and finally, you will drive to Santa Rosalìa, whose vestiges of a rich mining past will bring you back into time, while you will stroll in the picturesque streets of the old French colony.

 

Day 5: Santa Rosalía – San Ignacio. 132 miles.

After crossing the volcanic area of Las Virgenes and passing through part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, you will travel deeply into the Sierra de San Francisco. Volcanic in origin, the sierra hides an incomparable cultural and natural wealth: from small cactaceous with colorful flowers, to gigantic cacti and primitive cirios, the most unusual plant of the peninsula and unique in the world. A primitive tribe of hunters and collectors, the origin of whom is unknown, existed in this wild environment thousands of years ago. They shaped in caves and ravines countless rupestrian paintings, representing gigantic human figures, hunting scenarios, families and animals. All these figures make one of the largest concentration of prehistoric art in the world. After having visited one of the caves, you will rest at San Ignacio, one of the largest oasis of Baja. 

 

Day 6: San Ignacio - Bahìa Magdalena. 257 miles.

Between the treacherous mirages of the immense Tide Flats, you will cross the Laguna on your way to the splendid bay of San Juanico, the green orchards of La Purìsima, the agriculture fields of Ciudad Constituciòn, up to Puerto San Carlos, on the edge of the immense sand dunes of Bahía Magdalena. 

 

Day 7: Bahía Magdalena - La Paz. 170 miles.

The entire morning will be dedicated to observe the huge population of this practically virgin ecosystem, likeHermann’s Gulls, Cormorants, Ospreys, Blue Herons, Egrets and Storm Petrels. You will go ashore the barrier island, to explore the immense extension of moving dunes and, in the afternoon, you will drive to La Paz, the charming capital of Baja California Sur. 

 

Day 8: Los Islotes, El Bajito.

In the morning you will sail to Isola Espiritu Santo to begin the first of the three diving activities expected in these waters.

Situated half a mile north of Isla Espiritu Santo are Los Islotes, two large rock islets, one of which is a natural arch. Diving through the centre of this natural rock formation, brimming with life, one can expect to see dense shoals of silver sardines, blue and gold King Angel Fish and yellow Surgeon fish amongst golden cup corals. These islets are home to a colony of over 200 Californian Brown Sea lions. These inquisitive creatures, take great interest in those visiting their home. One can often turn to find the pups pulling at your fins, eager to play, showing off and turning circles around our comparatively clumsy underwater movements. The larger bulls become pugnacious and territorial during the mating season, in protection of their harem. Underwater circumnavigation of these islands is invariably exciting and always visually diverse.

Depth: 15-100ft.

Temperature: 75-86

Visibility: 60-100ft.

Level: Novice

After diving, landing on a white sandy beach, for lunch and relaxation. In the afternoon you will return to La Paz.

 

Day 9: El Bajo.

Second day of diving.

The seamount is located 8.2 miles, 032° degrees from Los Islotes. There are three distinct underwater peaks, arrayed along a three hundred yard line running 120° – 300°, the northern most rising to within 83ft of the surface, the central peak to within 52ft and the southern to within 69ft. The central peak, with its shallow depths and relatively flattop, is the primary dive site and anchoring location. This is one of the premier dive sites in the world for schooling Hammerhead sharks. Schools range from between six to hundreds, traveling in a clockwise direction around the seamount for unknown reasons. While schooling, hammerheads are not aggressive and, reassuringly enough, they actually appear disinterested in divers. As a seamount, El Bajo is home to an abundance of sea life, mass schooling fish (amber jacks, tuna etc), octopus and the impressive Panamic Green moray; a colony of over fifty can be found in a small canyon. Aside from possible encounters with hammerheads,  frequent visitors to the seamount include whale sharks and giant pacific manta rays.

Depth: 60-100ft.

Temperature: 75-86

Visibility: 60-100ft.

Level: Advanced Open Water Dive.

 

Day 10: La Reina, La Reinita.

Third day of diving.

A rock islet just north of Isla Cerralvo, with a lighthouse. This site is among the most beautiful in the area. In depths of 80ft (25m) a large reef is found populated by gorgonias of all types, brain corals, large schools of brightly coloured tropical fish, rays, green, zebra & jewelled morays. This is a “must dive” site! This dive is subject to current, but is home to over 8 giant pacific manta rays.

Depth: 80ft.

Temperature: 75-86

Visibility: 60-100ft.

Level: Novice to Intermediate

 

Day 11: La Paz – Los Cabos. 135 miles.

The old road to south will take you to the Sea of Cortez, passing by the ancient towns of El Triunfo and San Antonio, still immersed in their historical past, when precious minerals were extracted from the bowels of the mountains. After a short driving on a dirt road, you will arrive to Cabo Pulmo, marine national park, home of an important coral reef . You can contract an exit at the local diving shop or reserve it for the next day.

Temperature: 65°-75°

Visibility: 80ft.

Continuing off-road, driving across the Tropic of Cancer, the incredible trail that parallels the Gulf, will allow you to discover a majestic succession of isolated beaches, before it takes you to the picturesque San Jose del Cabo, access point to the tourist corridor of Cabo San Lucas.

Overnight at the hotel.

 

Day 12: Los Cabos. 

After breakfast, you will have plenty of time for a beautiful glass bottom boat excursion to the famous granite Archway and perhaps to do some shopping. Or you can contact one of the many Diving Shops for a wonderful immersion to the underwater sand falls or go back to Cabo Pulmo, for further immersion.

 

Day 13: Los Cabos - La Paz. 89 miles.

You will travel north, along the Pacific coast, to visit the mysterious and romantic oasis of Todos Santos, on your way to spend one more night in La Paz.

 

Day 14: Departure from La Paz.

You will drop the vehicle at the international airport and do the check in for your flight.

 

 

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