Los Cabos’ night scene offers some of the best party-till-you-drop found anywhere in Baja. Mix and match your night selecting one of the many restaurants before hitting the dance floor where the action usually doesn’t even begin to rock until after 10. Then it can go as long as your group can. Plan on a quiet, poolside day to recuperate the next day.
La Paz is an entirely different glimpse of a very old, very traditional Mexican city. The capitol of Baja California Sur offers visitors a sense of history and culture, with a glimpse of the heart of the Mexican family. Watch the waterfront sidewalk (malecon) where families stroll while teenage and young adult boys and girls cruise and enjoy the party fueled by a warm Baja night.
Enormous Magdalena Bay – larger than San Francisco Bay – on the West Coast (Pacific side) of Baja California Sur is home to thousands of breeding gray whales. Dolphins and more than 100 species of marine birds spend the winter in the sheltered bay. The first whales arrive in January and remain until mid-March. They give birth and then nurse their young until they’re strong enough to make the long trek to Canadian and Alaskan waters.
A visit to Mag Bay allows you to be up close and personal with the adults and just-born mammals from a panga. It’s an experience unique to Baja that people come from around the world to enjoy. (The trip is a four-and-a-half hour drive up Mex 1 in one of our 10-person air-conditioned vans. The tour is twelve hours. A one-and-a-half hour drive from the hotel to La Paz, a three hour drive to San Carlos or Adolfo Lopez Mateos and three hours for the whale watching and lunch. Air service is available if your group would prefer. Please call reservations for more information).
Fish the entire day enjoying that late afternoon hot bite after all the other boats have returned to the hotel. Spend the night in one of the many remote, safe anchorages where the black velvet sky is covered with more stars than you can count. Enjoy a well-earned margarita as the moon sparkles on the Sea of Cortez. Some say there is no sleep as restful as a night on your own boat. This must be arranged 4 months in advance.