Baja California 9 Days Adventure

Option 3 Days Extension

Adventure trip 9 days dedicated to the discovery of central Baja California, where you will experience the extraordinary biodiversity so beautiful in this area. Remote beaches, multicolored deserts, breathtaking views, century old cacti and wonderful gray whales that you can meet up close.

Day 1 

Our group will meet at the hotel in the morning and depart on a private boat to explore the beautiful island of Espiritu Santo, a UNESCO heritage site. Here you will experience what  Jacques Cousteau called “The World’s aquarium”. In about one hour we’ll arrive at a sea lion colony, and they often enjoy interacting with snorkelers, swimming curiously around us.  We’ll explore coral reefs teeming with multicolored tropical fish, and picnic on the beach. On the way back, you may see dolphins and whale sharks that live in the Bay of La Paz for much of the year.

Breakfast on our own – Lunch on the beach – Dinner on our own  – Lodging in a Hotel in La Paz

Day 2 

We will begin our morning driving towards Loreto along legendary Highway 1. Along the way, we will stop occasionally in areas where you can admire the grandeur of the desert, ancient canyons carved by water, and the beauty of the centuries-old cacti. We take a wonderful path through the middle of a canyon to visit the best preserved mission of Baja California. In the afternoon we will be back in the south of Loreto Bay where will set up camp for the first night under the stars.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch on our own – Dinner in the Camp – Lodging in the camp

Day 3

The third day will be spent in Loreto, visiting the Loreto Bay National Marine Park and Isla Coronado, an island famous for its white beaches and lush marine life. We will visit a colony of sea lions and see many varieties of birds, often including the Blue-Footed Booby.  We will have a picnic lunch at a beautiful bay on the island where we can snorkel, returning to Loreto for a free afternoon to walk around the historic town, visit the first mission established in California in 1697, shop, and  have dinner at one of the great restaurants.

Breakfast in the camp – Lunch on the beach – Dinner on our own – Lodging in Hotel Loreto

Day 4

In the morning, we continue our drive north, into the heart of Baja California. We’ll drive along Bahia Concepcion, a 25-mile long bay with many pristine white sandy beaches framing turquoise blue water, and pass through Santa Rosalia, a French colonial town which has been home to a copper mine since the late 1800’s. Continuing north, we’ll visit a beautiful valley with a forest of cardon cactus, and pass three huge dormant volcanoes, Tres Virgenes. The evening will be spent in San Ignacio, a small oasis town, originally inhabited by the aboriginal Cochimi people. Here there is another important mission: Mision San Ignacio Kadakaaman, founded in 1728, and still in daily use.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch on our own – Dinner on our own – Lodging in a Hotel in San Ignacio

Day 5

In the morning, we will drive to the San Ignacio Lagoon, a UNESCO Heritage Site and the Gray Whale (Eschiritius Robustus) Sanctuary. This day will be dedicated to experiencing the wonderful whales that inhabit this lagoon to breed and give birth to their young. The relationship between humans and the whales in this Lagoon, that ran red with their blood just 100 years ago when they were slaughtered for their oil, has developed into a very special phenomenon over the last 35 years. They often come up to our boats to be petted, scratched, and to play with us.

Breakfast on our own – Lunch in the camp  – Dinner on in the camp – Lodging in Camp

Day 6

We’ll have breakfast in the base camp and continue to the south, beginning on a dirt road that winds through beautiful valleys, along the route of the old Baja 1000, the legendary off-road race. We’ll arrive at San Juanico, a bay that is famous with surfers, and then continue on to an ancient Pueblo where you will set up camp in a field on the banks of a river. Dinner in the camp – Lodging in camp (Room option)

Breakfast in the camp – Lunch on the road – Dinner in the camp – Lodging in Camp

Day 7

We’ll drive from La Purisima to Bahia Magdalena, descending from the mountains towards the sea, a complete change in environment. As we continue west, we’ll notice less vegetation in many places. And, you will see a great many osprey (fish eagle) nests along the way into the fishing village of Puerto San Carlos.

Breakfast in the camp – Lunch on our own – Dinner on our own – Lodging in a Hotel Puerto San Carlos .

Day 8

We will visit Bahia Magdalena by boat, where we meet whales, colonies of cormorants and sea lions. We also visit the immense dunes of the island that acts as a barrier to the Pacific Ocean. In the afternoon we will explore the mangroves. We will stay in a family-owned Hotel.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch your own – Dinner on our own – Lodging in Hotel Puerto San Carlos

Day 09

Today we travel south and we will visit several Pacific Beaches, inhabited only by wildlife, and a few fishing camps.  There will be several stops along the way to go wading in the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean depending on the tides and wave situation. We will wind our way along ancient paths through the desert cactus forests, arriving back in La Paz in the late afternoon.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch in the camp  – Dinner on our own – Lodging in Hotel La Paz


Ext Day 1 

We will spend time in Cabo Pulmo, a remote village on the Sea of Cortez next to a thriving coral reef that is over 20,000 years old. The reef is one of only three coral reefs on the west coast of North America and has been a national marine park since 1995. The colors of the reef are electric and it is the perfect place to snorkel, scuba dive, or just bask in the soft waters of the salty turquoise Sea. In the evening we will return in La Paz.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch on our own  – Dinner on our own – Lodging in Hotel La Paz

Ext Day 2

Leaving La Paz in the morning we’ll explore the southern part of the Sierra Guadalupe, passing through beautiful valleys with multicolored granite formations.  Then continuing on to a magnificent white beach where there will be time to go snorkeling and enjoy many colorful tropical fish, later relaxing in our night’s camp under the stars.

Breakfast in Hotel – Lunch in the  camp  – Dinner in the camp – Lodging in the camp

Ext Day 3

In the morning we’ll return to the Sierra and follow a beautiful mountain path, getting glimpses of the island San Jose.  As we continue up into the mountains we’ll arrive at an abandoned mission built in 1721.  The mission has a surprisingly green oasis, filled with fresh spring water and old palm trees.  We  will explore several roads with ancient cactus and in the evening we will return in La Paz.

Breakfast in the camp – Lunch in the  camp  – Dinner  on our own – Lodging in Hotel

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DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive by 8:00 AM for a prompt departure at 8:30 AM.
RETURN TIMEApproximately 7:30 PM.
WEARComfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Breackfast, Lunch and Dinner ONLY in remote camps

Rent Car 4×4 – 4 or 7 seats

Hotel Lodging : La Paz-Loreto-San Inacio

Fully equipment camp : San Ignacio Lagoon

Boat passage Isla Coronado and  Bahia Magdalena

Boat passage Isla Espiritu Santu  – San Ignacio Lagoon

All camping equipment

Boat passage Cabo Pulmo ( 3 days extension)

NOT INCLUDEDBeer and Alcohol

Room on Option




 Tour Date  

Tour 1

 February 2  through February 10  2019

Option 3 days Extencion
1 February 11  through February 13  2019



February 23  through March 3  2019

Option 3 days Extencion
March 4  through March 6  2019



Tour 3

April 6  through April 14  2019

Option 3 days Extencion
April 15  through April 17  2019



Baja California 9 days adventure : USD 2,150.00

Option 3 days extension: USD 650,00




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