Mexico is rich in destinations boasting pristine and protected areas, appealing to ecologically and socially conscious travelers and offer amazing fauna, flora and of course cultural heritage.
Whether you are in search of water or
land activities, the Baja Peninsula will satisfy any avid eco-friendly tourist.
Needless to say, water activities are the most popular around Loreto, La Paz and
most definitely in Isla Espiritu Santo.
The capital of Baja California
Sur, La Paz, has some of the friendliest and most welcoming residents. The city
still embodies a “small town” feel allowing you to truly submerge and enjoy your
visit, whether kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving or swimming around the bay’s
From La Paz, you can venture off north into the Sea of Cortez
and enjoy one of the most beautiful and still undeveloped islands, Isla Espiritu
Santo. All within easy reach of a some great Cabo real estate opportunites
Isla Espiritu Santo is the closest island to La Paz on the Sea of
Cortez. Here you can enjoy its great landscapes, cliffs, caves, turquoise blue
beaches, such as Isla Partida where the island is split in two, yet joined by
Take a trip on the water and you even have the chance to see sea
lions bathing in the sun.
Equally important to note is the flora and
fauna to explore and camping for those wishing to enjoy an amazing night with a
starlit clear sky.
Loreto, north of La Paz, is quite similar yet unique
in its own historical way. Offering experiences and travel to isolated islands
along the Sea of Cortez.
The Sierra la Giganta mountain range is one of
the most spectacular, not to mention tallest in Baja. With more than 300 sunny
days a year and an average temperature on the low 80’s, Loreto is a gem waiting
to be explored.
Whether you choose to visit as an eco-tourist or live
here and makes trips from your own Baja real estate property, the Baja
Peninsula offers you a wide variety of ecologically-minded actvities and
attractions to choose from.