The island of Espíritu Santo is the closest island to the bay of La Paz and possesses the most stunning views of all the islands in the Sea of Cortez.
Safari Endeavour, Mexico
This 86-guest yacht-style boat with 43 cabins offers clients casual elegance with a good selection of upscale amenities. The boat's features include a wine bar, a spa area including two hot tubs, sauna as well as fitness equipment and the boat also offers guests yoga classes and a massage suite. There are 34 crew on board to cater for all your needs.
The Safari Endeavour's three decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing lounge areas for you whilst onboard. The EZ Dock launch platform makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff/panga easy. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; and hydrophones for listening to below surface sounds. Wetsuits and snorkelling equipment are provided.
There are a range of cabins types and standards to cater for all budgets and all the staterooms have flat-screen TVs with DVD players, an iPod docking station, en-suites, hair-dryers and bathrobes. The master and commander cabins are on the small-side so if you are looking for a little more space and better views we would recommend the Admiral or Commodore Suites. All food and beverages are included whilst on board including a fantastic range of spirits, beers and house wines.
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Other experiences in La Paz
These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the local ways of life.
Your guide will take you on a stroll along the bustling bay of La Paz and the malecon where he will talk you through the history of the city.
Baja is well known as a great place to whale watch. The Gray whale spends summers in the waters off of Alaska, and then heads 6,000 miles (almost 10,000 km) south to the warmer lagoons of Baja in January, February and March.
You now have the privilege of marvelling at and swimming with the world's largest fish in its natural habitat.