Isla Espiritu Santo

From US$375 per Night Eco-Experience Camping October - April 2 - 6 Nights

Our ultra-exclusive camps enable you to stay in Baja Mexico’s most remote, untouched landscapes in comfort and luxury. Stunning beaches and the beautiful Sea of Cortez meet on the shore of Espiritu Santo, which is delightfully pristine and off-the-grid despite being only 18 miles north of La Paz.

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Kayaking in Isla Espiritu Santo

Kayaking Year-Round Day Trip

The geology, ecology and history of La Paz and her bay and coastal areas are awesome. Our expert naturalist guides and crew members lead you to a diverse sites depending on the weather and tides on the day you visit. Take a short boat ride to a protected, sheltered cove with crystal clear water, unload the kayaks, and explore the mangroves and shallow waters.

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Isla Espiritu Santo Day Trip

From US$225 per Person Kayaking, Snorkelling, Paddleboarding October - April Day Trip

Just off the coast of La Paz, Espiritu Santo is the crown jewel of the Sea of Cortez and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Espiritu Santo has the most intact ecosystem in the region — and several of its plants and animals are found nowhere else in the world!

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Swimming Expedition to Espiritu Santo

From US$2150 per Person Swimming October - November 7 Days, 6 Nights

We continue to run this adventure with our partners’ SwimTrek. Explore an island paradise with open turquoise waters, incredible marine life and warm sunsets over the bay on this unique and unforgettable swimming holiday in Baja, Mexico. Based on the uninhabited island of Espiritu Santo, our base camp is located right on the beach, just a few steps from the inviting waters we’ll spend our days exploring.

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Sea of Cortez

From US$1895 per Person Liveaboard, Yacht Charters, Ocean Safaris Base Camp, Day Trips July - November: Peak Diving 6 Days, 5 Nights

The Sea of Cortez is Vibrant with Life The Sea of Cortez is loaded with life from huge pods of inquisitive dolphins, sharks, giant whale sharks, friendly sea lions, mobula rays, cow nose rays, sperm whales, swirling tornadoes of fish and sometimes even Manta Rays. Whales of all descriptions visit over the winter…

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