Visit Espiritu Santo Island UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to clear turquoise water, multitudes of fish species, and resident sea lions. This earthly paradise is less than one hour away from La Paz. The land and seascapes, along with the marine life will keep you and yours in awe.
Snorkel with sea lions and tropical fish, Espiritu Santo Island, learn about endemic species, support conservation & regulatory strategies.
Nature lovers, families, adventure travelers, academic or corporate retreats.
Ask for our custom and private departures for groups.
Departure City: La Paz, Baja California Sur
Season: All year-round
Espiritu Santo Island Day Tour Today we head out in panga to Espiritu Santo, UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to clear turquoise water, multitudes of fish species, and resident sea lions. After an orientation from your naturalist guide, you’ll have the chance to put a snorkel and mask on and see for yourself the marine wonderland. We’ll picnic out at the island and take a hike up into the arroyos to learn about the island’s history and the important story of conservation that lead to their protection. We return to La Paz before dinner.
All year round. Every Tuesday and Saturday for open groups. Ask for private departures any other day of the week.
Price: $110 US per person | Kids under 11 are entitled to 20% discount with paid adult
Boat transportation to Espiritu Santo Island, hotel pick up and drop-off, meals and drinks, snorkeling equipment,
Hotels or transportation prior or after the trip, tips (usually 10-15% of the trip fee)
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