Mexican Cooking Class

Mexican Cooking Class

Mexican Cooking Class
A hands-on experience with food, drink, and plenty of fun!
Prepare yourself for a great time! Local lawyer turned chef Iker Algorri, author of Cooking Adventures in Baja and chef-in-residence at Los Colibris Casitas, leads this wonderful Mexican Survival Cooking Class.

The emphasis is on having as much fun as possible, learning to make the perfect margarita, and gaining the skill to make some truly delicious Mexican dishes following Chef Iker’s cooking philosophy, the Magnificence of Simplicity.

You’ll also probably learn about some great Latin music you’ve never heard before. But be warned – dancing often known to follow this class!

Duration

  • Full Evening

Price in USD

  • 2 + guests: $75/person
(*A 16% IVA tax will be added to final price)

Includes

  • Make the perfect margarita (secret ingredient revealed!)
  • Learn how to make tortilla chips and the best guacamole ever
  • Make a typical Mexican dinner entree- you can ask for something you would particularly like to make or allow the chef to decide
  • Eat and drink everything that you make!

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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

  • An appetite!
  • Comfortable footwear
  • A notebook to jot down recipes

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

  • Half Day

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

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

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