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Baja has to be the best winter sea kayak destination: The Baja California peninsula extends for over 1500 km separating the Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California. It was Jacques Cousteau who once said that the Gulf is the world's aquarium, he was right: blue whales, orcas, dolphins, sea lions, flying manta rays, tropical fish, blue footed boobies and the list goes on. The mixture of desert and sea is spectacular and the mountain ranges will leave you in awe. Sea caves, beaches, islands, cliffs and surf are just some of the features that make Baja so beautiful.


10 days

Our starting point for this adventure is the picturesque and historically rich town of La Paz,the capital of Baja California Sur. An international airport gives travellers access to the town and UNESCO World Heritage Site Islands & Protected Areas of The Gulf of California where our expeditions take place. Camping in remote and secluded beaches, enjoying the sun, observing the wildlife and watching the sun setting are some of the things we do. The roadless coast from Loreto to La Paz is truly one of the most beautiful sea kayak routes. 



Two hotel nights, Kayak and kayak related gear, all meals and snacks, professional guiding and coaching services, park permits, transfers to launch and from take out to town, all common camping gear (cooking and eating utensils, tarps, first aid kit, etc…)



Air fees, airport transfers,personal camping equipment, personal paddling clothing, tips.



Day 0 :    PM orientation group meeting                        Suggestions for the rest of the day:                go out and explore La Paz on your own,              eat some local seafood or take a nap in            your hotel.

Day 1 :    Depart. 400km transfer to put in.                  Beginning of Kayak Trip. 

Day 2–9:   Kayak trip. We will paddle the roadless            coast exploring its treasures.   

Day 10:    Last Kayak Day. Take Out. Shuttle                  back to La Paz. Group dinner.   

April 26- May 5 2023

Loreto to La Paz

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