Hotel Miramar

5 de mayo y belisario dominguez, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23000, Mexico
Hotel Miramar
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Egg Cups and Condiment BowlsEgg Cups and Condiment Bowls

Beautiful sculptures line the maleconBeautiful sculptures line the malecon

The waters lapped at the sides of the buildingThe waters lapped at the sides of the building

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off to La Paz next week...

by marktynernyc

any one visited recently? any new taquerias? planning to see the grey whales - do some kyacking - anything else? thanks in advance.

RE: off to La Paz next week...

by cchiuching

oh u r in la paz already?

in la paz, u can go snorkelling with sealions - fantastic~
USD65 per person + tax
lunch included~

http://www.buceocarey.com/

better bring your own gear though the company provides them - their equipment not that good

http://www.geocities.com/everhardo/index.html

if u can get USD290 for a cabana for a week in La Paz, this is really a good price~
i stayed there and found it nice, though i was unluckly not being able to get USD290 rate~

La Paz was very relaxing -
one day shopping on downtown -
USD25 for a very large mexican colorful blanket
USD18 for two pounds fresh T-bones, u can grill it in the garden outside the cabana
cheap and very good coffee beans - i did not buy any though
35 peso for a good lunch
one morning go panga fishing - USD130 for 4 person for a panga
(but i don't like the guy the owner recommended to us)
one day go snorkelling with sealions as suggested in the above
one day go beach visits, cactus forest
one day go small village visit
one day go whale-watching
all information provided by the owner of the cabana

Travel Tips for La Paz

Ear pads

by PALLINA

Do not forget ear pads if your hotel is on the Malecon (most of hotels are there); it is the busiest avenue and, especially on weekends, the traffic is extremely noisy. But don’t ask for a room without the view of Malecon for this reason because it’s breathtaking, especially on sunsets.

Baja California Sur's capital

by PALLINA

La Paz is a very lively town with 170.000 inhabitants; it's perhaps the only town in the Baja California Sur where you can experience the real mexican life. During day it may look sleepy but from sunset everybody is on the Malecon. You can admire beautiful sunsets there. Don't miss it.

La Paz

by bdwoot

"Desert between the Sea and the Pacific"

La Paz is an undiscovered gem just a few hours north of Los Cabos. To my mind, Los Cabos is ersatz; clean, orderly, and too well planned. La Paz is anything but this. It is organic, dusty and utterly unplanned. The open air taquierias are both cheap and delicious. The desert is, well, deserted. Unlike Los Cabos, it is not Florida-displaced. I have been there twice and I am sure I will return as soon as I can.

Day 5: Still at Camp - Day 6: Finally Movin' On

by diver-x

"A Hike In The Desert"

We got stuck for an extra day at our second camp due to high wind & waves. So we kept ourselves occupied by hiking in the desert.

"Lots of These On The Beach..."

"What a view!"

"Our shrine to the wind god"

"A ruined hacienda"

"Day 6: Back On The Water!"

The wind finally let up and the sea calmed again to nearly lake conditions. Here's a view of the Rio Rita from our kayak.

"Kayaks Up!"

After paddling for a few hours, the crew picked us up and we rode on the Rio Rita to make up for lost time. It always amazed me that they could pack us all and our kayaks on the boat fairly comfortably.

"Our Third Camp"

Our second camp was the prettiest, but this one was a close second. Not for the attractions on land, but for the beach and the critters. We went whale watching, bathed with a seal, and started to see some good coral here. - Not to mention it started to get warmer here...

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