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"Los Cabos in One Day: Sightseeing Tour
Los Cabos in a Day"Los Cabos in One Day: Sightseeing Tour Arch Boat Ride Tequila Tasting and Lunch""Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Los Cabos hotel. Settle into your air-conditioned coach or minivan and head for the marina for your glass-bottom boat cruise.Board your boat and watch the tropical fish through the glass as yo passing Lover's Beach and Divorce Beach and craggy Pelican Rock. Take photos of the Arch (El Arco)
From $90.00
 
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
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Snorkel as much as you can while in La Paz

La Paz is situated on the sea of Cortez with several small islands near by. We rented a small boat and hired a few young tour guides to help us see the area. It was spectacular scenery with the...
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Playa Telecote

Differently from Baia Balandra, Playa Telecote offers everything to the beach tourists: sun beds, sun umbrellas and two-three restaurants. On the other hand, it is extremely crowded especially on...
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Baia Balandra

Baia Balandra is definitely one of the best beach in Baja California and surely the best of La Paz area. Unforturnately many "pazenos" agree with me, so it is normally very crowded, especially on...
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Boat trip to Isla de Espiritu Santu

The island of Espiritu Santu is one hour far from La Paz and really worth-seeing. You will see a bunch of sea lions and you can snorkel there among them. Don't be afraid, they will be more scared than...
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Language School in La Paz

My wife and I spent a wonderful week in La Paz in March 2007. We contacted the Se Habla...La Paz language school and made arrangments with them for a homestay. We would highly recommend Se Habla as a...
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Balandra Beach and Todos Los Santos island.

The city is the hub to visit all the natural beauties of the region, most of the islands of the area as the Espiritu Santo island were declarated World Heritage by the Unesco. The area is also famous...
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Main Plaza.

As in almost all Spanish Colonial cities, La Paz has a Main Plaza with the Cathedral and Governement buildings, the city was founded by Hernan Cortez in 1535, and has an interesting history of Spanish...
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Fishing with the best!

I have been to La paz for the past 12 years and have tried every individual fishing charter that is out there. Not to go to much into detail about the common poor service and poor conditions of over...
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The Zocalo on Sunday Afternoon

Downtown is the city square, like every city in Mexico. On Sunday afternoons there is nothing open, and nothing to do but go down to the zocalo. There families sit on park benches in their Sunday...
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Tecolote Beach

take time to drive East of town on Hwy 11 to see where the ferry boats come in and then on out to Tecolote beach to have some fish tacos at one of the 3 resterants there. we picked the one that used a...
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Paddle, paddle, snorkel,...

Paddle, paddle, snorkel, snorkel, hike & paddle some more! Even though this was a group trip, kayaks give you the freedom to investigate the coast and marine life on your own. Our group was often...
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ENSENADA TO SAN QUINTIN takes...

ENSENADA TO SAN QUINTIN takes you along 118 miles of winding road through rich farm land and vineyards. Small farming towns sell tomales, olives and tomatoes. Watch for killer speed bumps at Santo...
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THINGS TO DO >
The...

THINGS TO DO >The well-kept secret of the Baja is told in the variety of things to do there. First stop at TIJUANA with its tourist shops, skyscrapers and sprawling slums give a wild first...
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BICYCLING >
Many...

BICYCLING >Many independent cyclists successfully ride the entire Highway 1 from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas every year. Many find the southern portion from Loreto (airport) on to be the more scenic...
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Km 7.5 Carretera a Pichilingue, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23010, Mexico
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Salvatierra 100, esq. Belisario Domingues, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23000, Mexico
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Carretera a Pichilingue, PO Box 357, La Paz, Baja California, Mexico
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Carretera, La Paz, Baja California, 23010, Mexico
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Alvaro Obregon #1710, Corner of Lerdo de Tejada, La Paz, Baja California, 23000, Mexico
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Jalisco 480 Esq I Ramirez, La Paz, Baja California, 23060, Mexico
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