For a hundred miles there are but a few fishing hamlets so the corresponding coast has very little human presence. There are some awesome snorkeling spots and we are likely to see dolphins, perhaps even whales spouting in the distance. We nearly always indulge in fresh fish and/ or lobster so feel free to bring your own fishing line and help catch dinner! To make packing easier, during the expedition our water and food supplies are replenished and our accumulated trash sent back to La Paz.
Day 1: Arrive in La Paz. At 9.00pm meet the guides for a trip briefing in the lobby of your La Paz hotel.
Day 2: Transfer to Ensenada Blanca (near Loreto), kayak to first camp spot.
Days 3-4: Snorkel, hot springs, sea kayak along dramatic coastline past Agua Verde fishing hamlet.
Days 5-10:Continue paddling south slowly exploring our way to our last night’s camp spot near Punta Mechudo.
Day 11: Final morning’s paddle to take out at Punta Coyote; transfer back to La Paz. Farewell dinner and night in La Paz hotel.
Day 12: Breakfast and depart.
- Paddling time: An average of approximately 4 hours a day with longer days possible. Arrange flight into and out of La Paz or San Jose del Cabo (3.5 hrs transfer to La Paz by public bus)
- Group size: Min 6 - Max 12
- Note this trip is more demanding than our Espiritu Santo Expeditions and is therefore only suitable for intermediate and advanced paddlers.
Single hotel room supplement: $80US.
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