So beautiful - we did a one day boat tour and are already thinking about going back and trying to camp here.
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About Isla Espiritu Santo
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Declared part of a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1995 the water was 82 degrees in November, air temp high 80s to low 70s at night. Gorgeous beaches, sunsets, fantastic snorkeling.
Booked an excursion through Sun Rider from our hotel (Royal Solaris) to visit Isla Espiritu Santo. Note this is an all day trip, leaving the hotel around 7:30 a.m., and returning 12 hours later. I was a little apprehensive at first, because snorkeling with seals...More
IG: suinaknows A simply stunning and amazing experience visiting this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. We went with Alonso Tours and everything was well organized and professional! Our guides also provided great history of this reserve. We got to see many birds, swimming with sea lions with...More
Spent one day touring and had a swim and picnic on a nice beach . If your in La Paz it's the one place you must visit..lots of wildlife can be seen
Dived here off the Valentina and had great fun with the sea lions. You do need to be careful and respect them. They will show you by barking if you get too close but we kept our distance and they approached us! Nibbled our fins...More
I visited Isla couple of times, once during a snorkeling tour and once scuba diving. When we went snorkeling, we had booked our excursion with Alonso Tours in which due to high winds we were unable to reach Loberias. Loberias its the larger colony with...More
Isla Espiritu Santu is definitely worth a trip. It has beautiful virgin beaches, great diving and snorkeling spots and gives you the opportunity to go play with Sea Lions. Do not go to La Paz without going to Espiritu Santu.
Calm waters, nature, beautiful beaches... you can't miss this experience. I highly recommend taking this tour with On Board Baja Tours.