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Whales, Beaches and Seafood Route

Loreto, La Paz

This route begins at La Paz, Baja California, it is small but full of natural beauties, beaches and sun. In the capital city of Baja California Sur, you can enjoy the tranquility of the beaches facing the Sea of ​​Cortez such as Baranda, El Tecolote, and Tesoro Escondido, as well as the desert landscapes. Here you can visit the Museo de la Ballena (Whale Museum) and walk along the boardwalk while you admire the sunset. La Paz has a wide gastronomic and hotel variety, as well as diverse options for water activities, such as snorkeling or tours to the Isla del Espíritu Santo (Espíritu Santo Island), a protected natural area.

At Loreto, you will find an oasis of colonial architecture and cave paintings between the Sea of ​​Cortez and the Sierra de La Giganta. Here you will enjoy the tranquility of this fishing village, but at the same time enjoy its cosmopolitan atmosphere, where in addition to relaxing on its beaches, you can play golf or practice kayak and snorkel. You can also visit the Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto (Bahía de Loreto National Park), the colonial churches, and between the months of January and March tours for gray and blue whale watching. For the palate you will find exquisite gastronomy whose star ingredient is the almeja chocolata (clam).

This route begins at La Paz, Baja California, it is small but full of natural beauties, beaches and sun. In the capital city of Baja California Sur, you can enjoy the tranquility of the beaches facing the Sea of ​​Cortez such as Baranda, El Tecolote, and Tesoro Escondido, as well as the desert landscapes. Here you can visit the Museo de la Ballena (Whale Museum) and walk along the boardwalk while you admire the sunset. La Paz has a wide gastronomic and hotel variety, as well as diverse options for water activities, such as snorkeling or tours to the Isla del Espíritu Santo (Espíritu Santo Island), a protected natural area.

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At Loreto, you will find an oasis of colonial architecture and cave paintings between the Sea of ​​Cortez and the Sierra de La Giganta. Here you will enjoy the tranquility of this fishing village, but at the same time enjoy its cosmopolitan atmosphere, where in addition to relaxing on its beaches, you can play golf or practice kayak and snorkel. You can also visit the Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto (Bahía de Loreto National Park), the colonial churches, and between the months of January and March tours for gray and blue whale watching. For the palate you will find exquisite gastronomy whose star ingredient is the almeja chocolata (clam).

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