La Paz, Mexico
La Paz in Baja California Sur, is the perfect place to enjoy beaches, landscapes, aquatic activities, adventures and practically exclusive expeditions.
First stop at Ensenada Grande, a popular anchorage with its turquoise waters, towering rocky cliffs, and white sand beaches. On land you can walk, rest on the beach, or enjoy the waters and snorkel along the rocky shoreline.
Located just in the extreme northwest of Isla Partida, the rocky islets known as Los Islotes are famous for being one of the few places where you can swim with sea lions in a natural environment.
San Francisco Island is a popular anchorage in a crescent-shaped bay lined with white sand beaches, red rock cliffs, and crystal clear waters. This perfect cove offers sublime walks, snorkeling, fishing and beaches.
Shrouded, in the extreme southwest of Isla San José, it is known as “The Archipelago of Las Perlas”.
Isla Espíritu Santo and his most beautiful beaches within the bay of Bahía San Gabriel. Head to the rocky west coast of Punta Prieta and the southern tip of Ensenada de la Dispensa to enjoy a fantastic snorkel.
Travel to Puerto Balandra with its eight virgin white sand beaches and the inland salt lagoon with the “El Hongo” rock formation. In the blue water you will find a great variety of colorful fish and corals to delight swimmers and divers.
Returns to La Paz, capital of the state of Baja California Sur. It is known for its oceanfront boardwalk with beaches, parks, and works by international and Mexican artists. Many bars and restaurants have ocean views.
La Paz reach an average of 90ºF in May and October, even reaching 100ºF sometimes. You’ll enjoy fantastic sea temperatures of more than 80ºF and cooling rainfall, as 90% of La Paz’s rain falls between July and October. It’s drier in the low season between December and March, which still has comfortable temperatures averaging 79ºF.