(Check out my travelogue as well)
Each time i went to Baja, it was mainly for Dorado (mahi-mahi), but we managed to get a couple sailfish too. on slow days, we had fun with light gear and went for needlefish and triggerfish.
With the Diamond Eden, EVERYTHING can be included. (Read: there is no reason to go into town)
You can also choose to play golf instead. The course looked nice, but too hot!
You can search around for packages including transfers and airfare
Loreto, everything was included, no real town.
La Paz, not all inlusive, regular hotel, but more nightlife and bigger town.
Equipment: I barrowed the rods and lures from my friend and we brought an empty 100+ gallon cooler. You can probably inquire about rentals if needed.
Baja is well-known for excellent sport fishing. I overheard more than a couple fishermen returning to the resort ecstatically raving about all the fish they caught, or what a great experience it was to hook a marlin.
My picture is of the fishing fleet at rest after a busy day - the boats were all out during the day!
basically the same as Loreto, but in La Paz we didn't get the all inclusive and went into the city, or along the harbor to eat.
these sites i listed, i did not use - this was 7 or 8 years ago. i found them by doing a search. you may be able to get better deals.
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