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Baja’s Bounty

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Trip Length: 8 Days/ 7 Nights

Prices from: $2,995 pp/do*

Single Price: $4,195 pp

2017 Dates: Nov 11, 18, 25; Dec 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

2018 Dates: Jan 6, 13, 20, 27; Feb 3, 10, 17, 24; Mar 3, 10, 17, 24; Dec 22, 29.

Ships: Safari Endeavour

Notes: Included in Your Fare: All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, and beer; exclusive roundtrip transfers and baggage handling between Los Cabos airport and boat; taxes and port fees; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; hot tub, sauna, yoga classes and a complimentary massage.
*Per Person/Double Occupancy. Special Single Rates apply where listed.

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Explore a centuries old mission town and sail from island-to-island on a 7-night Sea of Cortés adventure.


  • Watch for whales, mobula rays, dolphins, and birds
  • Gray whale watching at Bahía Magdalena or snorkeling among gentle whale sharks in Bahía de La Paz, depending on the season.
  • Enjoy a desert burro ride with local rancheros into the arroyos of Baja
  • Hike along red-rock cliffs and among myriad cactus for a bird’s-eye view of the bay
  • Snorkel with playful sea lion pups and amid thousands of colorful reef fish
  • Kayak, paddle board, and skiff exploration in a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The convenience of flying in and out of Los Cabos International Airport
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San José del Cabo / La Paz – Embarkation
Bienvenidos! You will be met at the Los Cabos International Airport and transferred to our San José del Cabo hospitality area. Joined by your expedition team, an overland orientation transfer to La Paz acquaints you with the dramatic Baja landscape and the week that lies ahead. The captain and crew welcome you aboard just in time for a cocktail and dinner with your new mates.
Isla San Francisco
In a playground of steep red bluffs and sweeping desert beach, kick off your weeklong adventure with a day of play. Don some flippers for a snorkel among colorful sea life, put on your walking shoes for an exploratory hike, grab a paddle, or relax on the beach with the sand between your toes. The rugged beauty of the island makes it an ideal spot for escapades.
Bahía Agua Verde
At Bahía Agua Verde, clear waters are bordered by sparse craggy mountains hemmed in green. Explore the coast by small skiff, visit with a local ranchero and his family, and take to the canyons and mountains on a burro ride and experience the “real Baja.” Scenic vistas, outstanding exploration, excellent birding, and unmatched camaraderie—the day is done.
Marine Life SearchMagdalena Bay (mid-January – early-March)
Mother Nature is your guide today. The gray whales arrive each year on Baja’s west coast—migrating more than 12,000 miles—to calve in Bahía Magdalena. Dock in Puerto Escondido, then drive across the peninsula to ride in a panga and observe these mammals and their babies in the lagoon.
—OR—Bahía de la Paz (November – mid-January; March; order of days changes)
Whale sharks—the largest known species of fish—are known to frequent the bay. Keep watch for the watery “footprints” of these gentle giants, and conditions permitting, gear up for an unforgettable swim alongside this colossal creature or observe from above in the skiff.
Captain’s Choice
While it’s unlikely you’ll find any black pearls, today you’ll sail amongst islands once explored by early conquistadors. Your expedition team will be at-the-ready with more adventurous options to choose from—kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding, or beachcombing.  Discover nature’s diversity and learn about the geologic forces that formed these islands.
Los Islotes / Isla Partida
At Los Islotes—a steep craggy seamount leaping straight from the sea—observe a sea lion colony from the boat and skiff, or slip into a wetsuit for an early morning snorkel with curious, agile young sea lion pups. Afterwards, heave anchor and set sail for Isla Partida, for an afternoon of water play or island hikes along desert beaches or into rocky arroyos.
Isla Espíritu Santo
Tuck into a secluded cove surrounded by long fingers of red rock and a golden beach. Spend your last full day enjoying the feel of warm sand under your feet on a beach walk, investigate nooks and crannies in the rocks by kayak, or explore a little further afield on a guided hike.  Celebrate your week at tonight’s special Farewell Dinner with an entertaining slideshow by your expedition team.
La Paz / San José – DisembarkAfter breakfast, it’s “adios” La Paz, as you disembark the vessel and transfer back to San José del Cabo airport.

A passport is required on this itinerary. Itineraries are guidelines and variations and the order of days will occur to maximize your experience.


Photo Credit: Un-Cruise Adventures