Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

A incredible opportunity to explore the oasis and beach of Todos Santos.

Baja California Sur is built on ranchero culture, and horseback riding in and around Todos Santos is a great way to get a taste of that traditional life, and to explore the area’s beautiful ecosystems and wildlife habitats. Our guides are not only experienced riders, but also avid birders and naturalists who enjoy sharing their local knowledge. Rides for all skill levels available.

Upon booking, we will require the height and weight of each person in your party, preference for Western or English tack, and rate riding ability using the following guidelines:

  • Beginner: Unable to trot or canter
  • Novice: Comfortable with walking, short trots, and short canters
  • Intermediate: Confident and in control at all paces but do not ride regularly
  • Strong intermediate: Ride regularly at all paces
  • Advanced: Can handle spirited horse in open country

Duration

  • Half Day

Price in USD

  • 2 + guests: $85/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • A 90-minute horseback ride
  • Experienced guide

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  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Close-toe shoes
  • Long pants (you don’t mind getting dirty)
  • Sunblock
  • Water

Pacific Bluffs Cliff Walk

Pacific Bluffs Cliff Walk

Pacific Bluffs Cliff Walk
A dramatic hike with spectacular views!
Our Pacific bluffs cliff walk starts at Punta Lobos, the sweeping Pacific beach where the local fishermen of Todos Santos launch their boats each morning and bring in the daily catch each afternoon. A quick walk up the hill brings us to breath-taking views of a different kind of coastline, with dramatic rocky outcroppings and crashing surf. We’re likely to spot whales from this high vantage point during several months of the year.

Throughout the walk we’ll have the stunning combination of desert landscape running to the sea. We’ll pass an active sea lion colony, as well as the ruins of the shipping port Los Algodones. Your guide will offer in-depth commentary on the terrific variety of flora and fauna you see, as well as the history of the area from the human perspective. After about 3.5 hours of walking, we’ll arrive at the idyllic beach of San Pedro where a picnic lunch will be waiting. San Pedro features a beautiful marsh filled with bird life and a protective cove ringed by towering palms. Here we’ll eat, relax, sunbathe, swim, read – just enjoy the bliss of being in Baja!

This walk includes a 600-foot elevation gain at the beginning, hiking over loose, uneven terrain, and some bouldering.

Duration

  • Full Day

Price in USD

  • 2-3 guests: $80/person
  • 4-6 guests: $70/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual naturalist guide/professionally licensed driver who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Roundtrip transportation in a private vehicle
  • Delicious picnic lunch on the spectacular Playa Las Palmas

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Going Green

  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Hiking Shoes
  • Sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Water bottle

Sierra Hike with Ranch Lunch

Sierra Hike with Ranch Lunch

Sierra Hike with
Ranch Lunch
A spectacular off-the-beaten-path adventure!
The Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve interpretive hike is in one of Baja California Sur’s most beautiful but least explored areas. Part of an island off the coast of Baja 10 million years ago, the Reserve is home to an incredible diversity of plant and animal life and up to 30% of species are endemic, meaning they only can be found in the Sierras.

We’ll start the hike at a local ranch, then hike up to get spectacular views all the way down to the sea. At the end of our hike, we’ll have a beautiful ranch lunch in the shade of ancient mango trees. This tour is recommended for experienced hikers only.

Duration

  • Full Day

Price in USD

  • 2-3 guests: $80/person
  • 4+ guests: $70/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual naturalist guide/professionally licensed driver who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Roundtrip private transportation to trailhead
  • Park permit
  • Delicious picnic lunch

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Going Green

  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Hiking Shoes
  • Sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Water bottle

Kayaking in the Sea of Cortez

Kayaking in the Sea of Cortez

Kayaking in the
Sea of Cortez

Paddling the pristine waters of the ‘Aquarium of the World’!
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, accounts for a third of the world’s marine cetacean species, and also has 891 fish species. The remarkable scenery is formed by a rugged shoreline, desert islands and white sandy beaches where you can admire the contrast and reflection of the desert with turquoise waters.

Option 1:
Kayaking from Balandra Bay to Pichilingue, with snorkeling and a picnic lunch along the way. During the coastal paddle, we kayak along the coastline, passing 3 rocky islands that house rookeries for blue herons, blue-footed boobies and even a family of sea lions. We then snorkel in great spots accessible only by kayak and have a celebratory lunch. It is great adventure for kayakers of all levels, but some strength and endurance is required.

Option 2:
Kayaking in the mangroves and protected waters of Balandra Bay, with a picnic lunch on the beach.
The Balandra Bay trip is great for paddlers of all skill levels and doesn’t require as much strength as the coastal paddle. The Balandra Bay mangroves are home to a great wealth of bird and aquatic life, and we take our time so that we can really enjoy the plant and animal life. We then have lunch on a magnificently white beach and enjoy some time swimming in the clear azure waters.

Duration

  • Full Day

Price in USD

  • 2-3 guests: $175/person
  • 4+ guests: $165/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual naturalist guide/professionally licensed driver who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Roundtrip transportation from Todos Santos in a private vehicle. 90 minutes each way
  • All gear required
  • Homemade picnic lunch

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Going Green

  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Swimsuit, towel + beach shoes
  • Reef-friendly sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Dry clothes for return drive

Kayaking Isla Espiritu Santo

Kayaking Isla Espiritu Santo

Kayaking Isla Espiritu Santo

A migratory glamping adventure!
Welcome to Camp Colossus, a migratory glamping and kayaking adventure on Isla Espiritu Santo! Camp Colossus was created for those who want the joy of kayaking from beach to beach in a wild, pristine environment, matched with the comforts of walk-in tents, chef-prepared meals, and full panga support.

During this six-day, five-night trip, we’ll kayak the length of Isla Espiritu Santo, making camp at 3 beautiful beaches along the way. In addition to kayaking, our adventures will include swimming with playful sea lions puppies, snorkeling beautiful reefs, hiking the volcanic trails of the island, bird watching (there’s Blue-footed Boobies!) and taking in the stars and Milky Way at night. The bliss that is being in Baja!

Camp Colossus features large, walk-in tents that have comfortable cots with sleeping bags, chairs inside and out, bedside tables with lamps, storage areas and towels. There is a dining area where the camp chefs serve terrific food throughout the day, starting with cold breakfast and coffee, followed by hot breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner. A spectacular migratory adventure!

Duration

  • 6 days/5 nights (2-night minimum stay)

Price in USD

  • Please contact us or your travel professional for pricing
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual naturalist guide/professionally licensed driver who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Roundtrip transfer from your hotel in Todos Santos or La Paz
  • Roundtrip island transfer
  • Snorkeling gear and wet suit
  • Daily happy hour
  • All adventures and related equipment including swimming with sea lions (in season), kayaking, birding, hiking, snorkeling, star gazing, hanging around doing absolutely nothing
  • Accommodations in walk-in tents with cots, sleeping bags, chairs inside and out, bedside table, lamps, and towels
  • Panga support
  • National Park Conservation fee

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Going Green

  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Reef-friendly sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Packing list provided in itinerary

Camp Cecil de la Sierra

Camp Cecil de la Sierra

Camp Cecil de la Sierra

Glamping in the Sierra Laguna Mountains
Camp Cecil de la Sierra is a luxury tent camp in the mango and grapefruit grove of a local ranching family in the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve of Baja California Sur, close to the town of Todos Santos. The camp highlights both the cultural and natural heritage of the Sierras. The family is an integral part of the experience, providing all the meat, cheese, and tortillas for the camp, teaching guests how to make traditional food and crafts, and acting as guides in the reserve.

The accommodations are beautifully decorated walk-in tents with real beds, linens, rugs, bedside tables, lamps, mirrors, chairs, towels, and rocking chairs on the patio. Activities include beautiful hikes in the reserve with spectacular views, swimming in watering holes and picnicking by waterfalls. There is fantastic birding in the mornings, amazing star gazing at night, and many opportunities to interact with the rancheros. A unique and authentic experience guaranteed!

Duration

  • 3 days/2 nights (2-night minimum stay)

Price in USD

  • 2+ guests: $225 pp/per night
  • Child 12 and younger sharing with 2 adults: $150 pp/per night
  • Single Supplement: $100 pp/per night
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual naturalist guide/professionally licensed driver who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Pickup at your hotel or meeting place in Todos Santos
  • All meals from lunch on day one through breakfast on final day
  • Daily happy hour
  • Hiking, birding, star gazing, camp activities
  • Cultural activities with ranchers including tortilla making and cheese making
  • Accommodations in beautifully decorated walk-in tents with real beds, lovely linens, rugs, lamps, tables

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Going Green

  • This trip is carbon neutral
  • No single-use plastics are used
  • All organic waste is composted and all eligible materials are recycled

Tomorrow's Air

Carbon removal from our atmosphere is essential in addressing the world's climate crisis. We are a proud carbon capture education partner with Tomorrow's Air and have supported the removal of one ton of carbon dioxide from the air. Learn more!

What to Bring

  • Reef-friendly sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Packing list provided in itinerary

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