La Paz City Tour
Now that you know Los Cabos and want to visit a different place, do not think it twice, La Paz is a great place to go.
Not only you will visit La Paz, our proffesional guides will make several stops along the road for you to relax and experience the tranquility of Baja's towns.
After picking you up at your hotel, our first stop will be at Tropic of Cancer esferic mark on the highway for you to take pictures.
30 minutes later, we will make another stop at Los Barriles view point, before we arrive at San Bartolo where you have a free time to purchase the local home made candys or have a cup of local coffee.
Once on the Sierra, our next stop will be El Triunfo, named after a french mining company that settled here in 1862 to extract gold and silver. On those days, it was the biggest city of all Baja. More than 10,000 people used to live and work here, now only some ruins and abandoned houses remains next to the catholic church, and a population of only 273 souls.
Finally, La Paz, the capital city of Baja California Sur. Discovered by Hernan Cortes in 1535, was named Bay of Santa Cruz, but it remain virgin until 1720 when Jesuits came and build the Misson of Nuestra Señora de La Paz.
The downtown boardwalk known as El Malecón, is the center of this tranquil seaside setting of a Mexican City. few steps is the Cathedral, many restaurants, bars and coffe shops are also located in this tourist district.
We will enjoy a great meal in one of the traditional seafood restaurants and have free time to explore and shop before we take off back to Los Cabos.
Our return will be by highway 19 along the Pacific Ocean, where we will do our last stop at Todos Santos, that was recently named Pueblo Magico (Magic Town) by Mexico's Board of Tourism for mantaining local traditions and untouched atmosphere.
Hotel California is an icon here, local mith or reality, says that it was the inspiration for The Eagles band to write the song of the same name: Hotel California. Nowdays, Todos Santos is a magnet for foreign artists to live and work, and many cafes and restaurants indulge you to stay longer and relax.
Certified Bilingual Guide
Wednesdays and Fridays only
Adults $102 usd
Kids 3 to 10 years old, $71 usd
Kids under 3 free with an adult (no seat nor food)