Explore the sea that Jacques Cousteau called the Aquarium of the World!
Snorkel, swim, or kayak in the Sea of Cortez in a National Marine Sanctuary with thousands of colorful coral reef fish. Walk barefoot along vast, warm Pacific beaches that stretch for miles. Watch baby sea turtles hatch and go into the ocean at sunset. Choose from optional adventure activities including surfing, kayaking, mountain biking, horseback riding, scuba diving, or hiking in a National Biosphere Reserve, or snorkel with whale sharks! Also, winter whale watching!
Whale watching in California is a breath-taking experience, certainly something you should do if you can. It definitely doesn’t disappoint. Join Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides Global Guided Tours for an unforgettable Mexico adventure!
Included are scenic drives through the mountains and along the coast. And enjoying exceptional local Baja cuisine of tropical fruits, organic veggies, fresh seafood, or marinated beef. Excellent coffee and smoothies are a favorite.
We also wander the streets of small artisan towns like Todos Santos, an official Pueblo Mágico of Mexico, with its art galleries, Mexican silver work, weavings, pottery, unique shops, and excellent restaurants. This area is a center of art and organic farming, mixed with surf and beach culture and some colorful ranchero cowboy culture rolled in. The area is also home to a number of U.S. expats who have fallen in love with this magical spot.
Baja is where the flowering desert and granite mountains meet the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. This incredibly unique area feels like an island as it is a 1200 km long peninsula.
Join us for an unforgettable adventure through Baja California, Mexico. Guided by Brad Kahland, who has 23 years experience adventuring in the Baja peninsula. Brad enjoys crafting a small group adventure where you can connect personally with the amazing land and culture of Baja. This trip is a real gem.
2019 Dates for Baja Adventure:
November 24- Dec 1
For more information or to book an adventure click or call now! 720 242 9828
Reproduced from an article in Colorado Wilderness Guides