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Kayaking in the Sea of Cortez



Coastal Paddle and Snorkel

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.


Kayaking in the Sea of Cortez

Pricing in USD: 2-3 guests $175 / pp, 4+ guests $165 / pp



Going Green

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

  • Inclusions

  • 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
  • All gear required
  • Homemade picnic lunch
  • Bring Along

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