Swimming with Sea Lions

Swimming with Sea Lions

Swimming with Sea Lions
A marine wildlife extravaganza of a day!
We depart Todos Santos for La Paz, get our gear, hop in the boats, then it’s off to the unbelievable joy of swimming and playing with the sea lion puppies at the permanent sea lion colony of Los Islotes.

These fun-loving marine mammals love playing and interacting with humans, and are always disappointed that we can never keep up a game of tag as long as they can. Getting to the sea lion colony is half the fun of the day, as we regularly see dolphins, whales, mantas, sea turtles, coastal birds and more on the way there and back.

We cap off this wonderful day with a delicious picnic lunch at one of the gorgeous beaches on the incomparable Isla Espiritu Santo. It’s an absolutely fabulous day!

Duration

  • Full Day

Price in USD

  • 2-3 guests: $185/person
  • 4 + guests: $175/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Roundtrip Todos Santos/La Paz transportation
  • Bilingual, naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Boat/captain/snorkeling gear
  • Delicious picnic lunch on Isla Espiritu Santo

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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 our migratory kayaking adventure on Isla Espiritu Santo! This adventure was created for those who want the joy of kayaking from beach to beach in a wild, pristine environment, matched with the joys of chef-prepared meals, daily happy hour, and full panga support. 

During this fully-guided and supported 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! 

This trip features large dome tents that have comfortable cots and sleeping bags, chairs, and 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 dome tents with cots, sleeping bags, chairs and towels for beach and bath
  • 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

Whale Watching in Magdalena Bay

Whale Watching in Magdalena Bay

Whale Watching in
Magdalena Bay
A stand-out highlight of any trip to Baja!

The connections possible with our fellow mammals in the lagoons of Magdalena Bay are absolutely joyous and should be at the top of any bucket list you may be creating. The whole area is wonderful: Magdalena Bay is the largest wetlands ecosystem on the west coast of Baja and one of the most important in North America. In fact, the World Wildlife Fund ranks it as one of the most important coastal habitats in Mexico. Magdalena Bay also has mangrove forests, barrier beaches and sand dune islands, all of which contribute to the incredible scenery and biological diversity of the area. Things that often happen to us during our two-day/one-night trip in Magdalena Bay:

  • Gray whale mothers bring their babies right up to the boat to say hello
  • Gray whale babies present themselves for a good rub or a pat
  • Gray whale males sidle along the boat and spout water on us – they clearly think it´s very funny
  • Gray whale couples roll languidly by, completely ignoring us as they enjoy some Baja romance
  • Gray whales of all types bring their huge heads out of the water and look us straight in the eye
Duration

  • 2 days/1 night

Price in USD

  • 2-3 guests: $635 pp
  • 4-5 guests: $445 pp
  • 6+ guests: $375 pp
  • Single Supplement: Please enquire 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 Todos Santos/Magdalena Bay Transfer (4.5 hours)
  • 6 hours of whale watching: 3 hours the first afternoon and 3 hours the following morning
  • Lunch and dinner on first day, breakfast and lunch on second day
  • Hotel accommodation in Mag Bay

Note: This adventure is available from January 25 – March 15 yearly

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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

Birdwatching

Birdwatching

Birdwatching
A feathered friend delight for the novice and avid birder alike!
Todos Santos’ unique tropical setting between desert and ocean means it has a fantastic array of birds, and over 150 species have been spotted here!

We’ll observe birds in fields, deserts, and saltwater marshes, in the early morning and late afternoon when many species are most active. Just bring your walking shoes and a bottle of water.

It’s possible to see the following birds in pristine surroundings on our tours:

Gila woodpeckers, roadrunners, nighthawks, hummingbirds, egrets, blue herons, frigatebirds, ospreys, pelicans, orioles, warblers, finches, turkey vultures, hawks, tanagers, mockingbirds, wrens, doves, flycatchers, ibis, sparrows, ducks, owls, caracaras, terns, gulls, cormorants, vireos, avocets, quails, and kingfishers.

Duration

  • 2 – 3 Hours

Price in USD

  • 2 + guests: $65/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Bilingual, naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate and Leave No Trace certified
  • Binoculars

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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

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunblock
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Water bottle

Gray Whale Watching

Gray Whale Watching

Gray Whale Watching
A magnificent day on Magdalena Bay!

Each year the magnificent gray whales migrate 6,000 miles south from the Bering Sea to mate and give birth in the warm water lagoons of the Baja peninsula. From Todos Santos we have the wonderful opportunity to spend a day in Puerto Chale on Magdalena Bay, connecting with these amazing fellow mammals and travelers. Things that often happen to us when we visit the gray whales:

  • Gray whale
  • Mothers bring their babies up to the boat to say hello
  • Gray whale babies present themselves for a good rub or a pat
  • Gray whale males sidle along the boat and spout water on us –they clearly think it’s very funny
  • Gray whale couples roll languidly by, completely ignoring us as they enjoy some Baja romance
  • Gray whales of all types bring their huge heads out of the water and look us straight in the eye

And that’s just to give you an idea! The connections possible with our fellow mammals in the lagoons of Magdalena Bay are absolutely wondrous and should be at the top of any bucket list you may be creating.

Duration

  • Full Day

Price in USD

  • 2 guests: $600/person
  • 3-4 guests: $400/person
  • 5-6 guests: $300/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 from Todos Santos (2.5-3 hours each way)
  • Boat and captain in Puerto Chale
  • Three hours of whale watching
  • Delicious picnic lunch

Note: This adventure is available from January 25 – March 15 yearly

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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
  • Dry clothes for return drive

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