The tour starts at 9:30 am on the malecón at a pre-arranged meeting point. Just as the rhythm of La Paz changes with seasons, events and days of the week, so does the City Walk Tour. Over the next hour and a half you will get to know La Paz with your eyes, ears and stomach. Much more than a regular tour, the City Walk began as a project launched by RED’s sister organization, the nonprofit RED Turismo Sustentable AC to train women with limited employment opportunities as urban guides. Along the way women learn important skills that will help them throughout their careers. The tours provide on-the-job training for young women, who are accompanied by more experienced guides. Apart from providing complementary income, your participation helps them build confidence, skills and economic independence.
- Boat transportation
- Lunch and drinks (including beer)
- Snorkeling equipment (including wetsuits)
- Taxes and insurance
- Bilingual naturalist guide
Reducing our footprint
RED’s zero-waste goal for trips to Espíritu Santo minimizes our environmental impact. Lunch and snacks are sourced from local providers focusing on fresh versus packaged. Recyclables are separated onsite and transferred to a processing facility and all organic waste is composted onsite.
RED designs its operational model to include local residents, whether as microenterprises, or directly as individuals, helping to diversify incomes and provide training and skills building through RED’s capacity building programs.
Traveling Roots – Raising awareness with local youth
We can’t appreciate what we haven’t experienced. RED provides scholarships to underserved local youth to visit RED’s sea turtle research camp and learn about the importance of protecting our natural treasures
What our clients say
The most amazing day!
We would definitely do this again and highly recommend Red Travel Mexico. Overall, a once in a lifetime experience!
What a cheerful, energetic, committed group!”
Red managed to exceed our high expectations. Red will let you experience all this part of Mexico has to offer through the eyes of local specialists