Espiritu Santo Island Eco-Camp

The pristine island of Espiritu Santo is an adventure lover's paradise.

You select your trip dates and preferred activity. Using our beachfront camp as a base, choose from each day's possible adventures: kayaking in a paddler's paradise, hiking up desert canyons, or swimming and snorkeling with playful California sea lions and schools of tropical fish. 

Our company founder Tim Means played a key role, together with a supportive community, in orchestrating the designation of Espíritu Santo Island group as a natural protected area. We hold the first and, to date, one of the very few minimum-impact base camp permits

This expedition is available from October to April. Perfect for families, active folks and groups, our base-camp-style stay welcomes you to our eco camp in a cove in the protected waters of Espiritu Santo Island. Our flexible itinerary facilitates a variety of activities to match your interests and diverse abilities, and can be as active or as relaxing as you choose. Questions? Contact us

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Trip Details

Start/End Destinations
Start: La Paz or Cabo
End: La Paz or Cabo

Activity
Custom — Kayak, Paddleboard, Dive, Hike, etc.

Expedition Type
Eco Camp

Age Range
Little Ones — Grandparents

Trip Rating
Easy — All Fitness Levels

Season
October — April

Returning March 2021

Trip Duration
2 — 6 nights

Crew
Naturalist Guide, Boat Captain, Chef

Support Vessel
Panga Motor Skiff

Camping
Safari-style Walk-in Tents

Itinerary Details

  • US$375 per person/night
  • 2 night minimum stay
  • First and last day Panga boat ride to & from Espiritu Santo Island
  • All camp activities: kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, paddle boarding, scuba diving
  •  Our flexible itineraries are designed to change with weather, tides, animals' habits, and participants' interests
  • Sessions with naturalist

Gear Provided

Expedition gear, plus equipment for kayak, SUP, snorkel, and bird watching

Food & Drinks

  • Local seafood, healthy Mexican & International cuisine
  • Local fresh juices and waters
  • Cerveza, wine, spirits by request — in moderation

Other Cool Stuff

  • Kayak and paddleboard use at camp
  • Bird watching
  • Day hiking
  • Star gazing
  • Want to see more?  Visit our Photo Gallery
  • Contributions to preserve Wild Baja are greatly appreciated and tax deductible!

Bring Your Stuff

  • Personal clothes and gear:
    ~ April — October: layers for sun, heat and wind
    ~ November — March: layers for sun, cold and wind
    - see detailed packing list in Welcome Aboard
  • Camera
  • Energy to explore
  • Art supplies, if desired
  • Gratuities for BajaEx team at your discretion
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