- 7-11 Day Expeditions All Inclusive
- Comfortable Mobile Camps
- Possible Whale Sightings on Spring Trips
- Sea Kayaking
Activities: Sea kayaking, snorkeling (including the friendly sea lions), hiking and fishing
Duration: 8 days, 7 nights: 5 nights camping, 2 nights hotel
Begins and Ends in La Paz
Number of guides/crew: 2-6
Minimum age: 8 – This is a generalization of age appropriateness for this trip, but please note we make exceptions depending upon your child’s personal experience.
Single supplement fee: $100 hotel and tent, $25 for tent only and shared hotel
Approximate: min/max distances per day 5-12 miles.
Espiritu Santo Island is the quintessential paddling paradise! This extraordinary, desert island national park has over 20 white sand beaches with shallow bays of turquoise waters gently sloping toward giant cactus along the west coast and towering cliffs dropping into deep, blue waters along the east coast.
Kayaking and camping along the shores of this island paradise allow us the opportunity to explore ancient archeological sites, canyons adorned with hanging fig trees, freshwater wells, classic desert arroyos, prime fishing holes as well as snorkel among friendly sea lions and tropical fish. Weather permitting we’ll attempt to paddle its unique east coast of sheer rock walls, caves and towering spires.
This is the perfect escape for the novice to advanced sea kayaker seeking some paddling combined with snorkeling, hiking and fishing. Our multi skiff-supported trips allow our professional guides some flexibility in providing each participant the level appropriate activity they desire in a flexible and relaxed environment. If you want a challenging day of paddling, we’ll provide you with that experience. If you prefer to take a day off from paddling and want to snorkel, hike or hang at camp that can also be arranged!
We will camp on 2 to 4 beautiful white sand beaches, depending on the weather, while exploring this island paradise. Motorized, support skiffs are used to carry heavy equipment from camp to camp so your kayaks are light and easy to paddle. The motorized skiffs also come in handy to pick up tired paddlers (we throw your kayak on a top rack). We also use the skiffs to take folks out for opportunistic whale watching in the spring months when a whale blow is sighted in the distance or for transport to snorkeling and fishing “hot spots”.
There is no other island in the Sea of Cortez like Espiritu Santo! If you love to camp at the water’s edge, paddle, snorkel and/or hike and fish while enjoying a spectacularly scenic national park with abundant wildlife, this truly is your dream vacation!
B/L/D indicates meals included with trip cost.
Although we do our best to adhere to the above itinerary, it is subject to change for reasons beyond our control including weather.