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Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve Hike from Todos Santos
"You'll depart from Todos Santos at 9am and drive for approximately an hour from the ocean through the desert to the mountain trail head where the hike starts. The walk begins in the selva Baja caducifolia (desert scrub) and continues through lush reserves of oak forest and pine. Your guide is a professional naturalist guide and a gifted story-teller as well as a certified Wilderness First Responder. Hence you will get a lot of great information about local flora fauna and history.The Biosphere Reserve (where you'll be hiking) was part an island off the coast of Baja some 10 million years ago and the incredible diversity of plant and animal life of the reserve still reflects the island isolation the area once enjoyed. Over 23% of plants and 10% of animals found in the reserve are endemic to the area. Chef Iker Algorri will pack the pi
From $95.00
 
Todos Santos Pacific Bluffs Hike Including Picnic Lunch
"This 3.5-hour outdoor tour will give you the best scenery incredible local history and encounters with rich flora and fauna. After early morning pickup you will head to Punta Lobos to start your hike. Punta Lobos is the amazing Pacific beach where the local fishermen of Todos Santos launch their boats each morning and bring in the daily catch each afternoon. You will take a quick walk up the hil you will admire the stunning combination of desert landscape together with the sea. You will pass an active sea lion colony as well as the ruins of the shipping port Los Algodones. Your informative guide will tell you all about the great variety of flora and fauna and the history of the area from a human perspective. After about 3.5 hours of walking you will arrive at the beach of San Pedro where a picnic lunch prepared by Chef Iker Algorri will be waiting. San Pedro features a beautiful marsh filled with bird life and a protective cove ringed by towering palms. Here you can eat relax
From $75.00
 
Kayaking in the Sea of Cortez from Todos Santos
"When it comes to sea kayaking the place to go is the Sea of Cortez. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to 39% of the world's total number of marine mammal species. This accounts to a third of the world´s marine cetacean species plus 891 fish species. The place where you'll kayak is a short and easy drive from Todos Santos. You can choose from two different options. Snorkeling and coastal kayaking in the Sea of Cortez or kayaking at the Balandra Bay. During the coastal p you will kayak/paddle along the coast and 3 rocky islands which are home to rookeries for blue herons and blue-footed boobies and even a family of sea lions. You will then snorkel in great spots accessible only by kayak and have a celebratory lunch. It i but some strength and endurance is required. You can choose to kayak at the Balandra Bay and this is a great trip for paddlers of all skill levels and doesn't require as much strength as option 1. This adventure includes round-trip transp bilingual guide (certified Wilderness First Responder) picnic lunch and all necessary equipment."
From $150.00

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Park 'N Fly La Paz

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Helpful Veterinaria

Finding dog and cat food in small villages and towns in the Baja can be very difficult. This is especially true when the animals are on prescription diets. I normally bring a couple months supply at a...
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Good Fishing

Good fishing on both the gulf and Pacific side of Baja. We traveled in October, weather was very nice fishing was fair. Decent for dorado, sometimes tuna, more often known for moderate marlin and...
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Great Seafood

I really thought the food in La Paz was excellent. I did not have a bad meal during the entire week. I stayed at the La Concha which had a great restaurant, but every place had good food. I loved the...
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You must experience the Sea of...

You must experience the Sea of Cortez on the eastern side of the Baja Peninsula. The water is very calm (when the wind is down) and north of La Paz, boats are very few and far between. Very seldom did...
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IMMIGRATION > Trevellers from US need a valid passport and a tourist card available at the border. Trevellers from other countries should check with a Mexican consulate or embassy. Basiccally,...
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UDO - Unidentified Drying Objects

While on the roof of my hotel enjoying the scenery I came across these little slug like objects drying in the sun. I have no idea what they are but I'm glad I didn't eat in the restaurant.
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