Our Local guides will lead you to the Hidden Old Port of Todos Santos where you can see
whales breeching Nov- March. During Summer months you'll enjoy jumping into the tranquil, refreshing water of the Port.
The hike to the Port is approximately 1 hour dependingon your skill level.
hike to the Old Port of Todos Santos - three hour hike available at 9am or 3pm
- Guided hike plus
snorkeling in the port- 9am -1pm
Your journey will include:
- Bilingual local guide
- Healthy homemade muffins, cookies or brownies
- Purified water
- Fresh local fruit in season
(2 person minimum)
Guided hike to the Old Port $55usd/per person, kids under
Guided hike and Snorkeling in the Old Port $70/person, Kids under 12
Reserve with a $20 deposit and pay the remainder upon arrival.
|Secret Desert Waterfall
The Sierra de la Laguna
The Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve which lies between the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez
is commonly referred to as an "island." It is one of the most biodiverse areas on the Baja peninsula, and is home to
a large variety of species including the Peregrine falcon, endemic Xantus's hummingbird, Pinyon mouse, Mule deer, and
Baja Pygmy owl. The Sierra de Laguna is home to raccoons, lizards, foxes, bats, coyotes and pumas
The trail heads to the reserve begin in the Arid Desert full of Cardon
cactus, Pitaya, and Torote trees. At 250 meters the Dry Tropical Forest begins with Palo blanco,
Palo zorrillo, Buena mujer, and Biznaga. Continuing up the range at 800 meters elevation you'll reach the Subhumid
The Sierra de la Laguna provides water to the
communities of Todos Santos, Pescadero, Buena Vista, Los Barrilles, and el Triunfo to name a few.