Welcome to Loreto

Anthropologists believe the Loreto area to be the oldest human settlement on the Baja Peninsula. Indigenous cultures thrived here due to plentiful water and food. In 1697 Jesuit Juan María Salvatierra established the peninsula’s first permanent mission at this modest port backed by soaring mountains.

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$49 Private & Custom Tours

Cusco Sightseeing City Tour

CUSCO SIGHTSEEING CITY TOURDEPARTURE: Every day from 9.00Am OR 1:30pmWe will pick you up from your hotel and head to the Plaza de Armas of Cusco to explore and learn the history that involves this amazing square full of important events that changed the history of our country, we will start the tour here Visiting the most remarkable buildings and streets around:  Cathedral of Cusco considered the most important church of Cusco City and Latin America. Is located on the Plaza de Armas. Hatun Rumiyuq Street where we find the famous Twelve-angled stone which is the best example of the Inca’s advanced arquitecture.  San Blas neighborhood that houses local artisans, workshops and a network of narrow streets with beautiful stairs that climbs to the upper part of Cusco to show us Cusco. Loreto Street: Called the “street of the sun”, this important street show the magnificent and highly advance Incan arquitecture. used connect Koricancha and the Plaza de Armas Koricancha: The Most Important  temple during at the high of the Ica Empire, now the Santo Domingo Church is located right on  top  San Pedro Market: Is the oldest, most popular, and largest Market that we have in Cusco. It has many different food stalls and vendors where we can enjoy the fresh Juices, shop for Fruits and souvenirs, and experience Cusco city as a localPLACES WE VISITPlaza de Armas Cathedral of Cusco12 angles stone streetSan Blas SquareCity View from the upper neighborhoodsLoreto StreetKoricanchaSan Pedro marketIncludesPick up and drop off from your HotelProfessional Native Tour GuideDoes Not IncludeEntrance fees to places we VisitCathedral (8.USD)Koricancha (5.USD)GratuitiesWhat you need to take:Warm JacketComfortable shoesExtra money For SouvenirsCameraWater

$52 Private & Custom Tours

Puebla secrets

Start 9:00 hrsWe pick you up at the reception of your hotel for start the tour.City Tour 9:30 hrsThe appointment will be in the cathedral of the city where we will begin our visit, visiting the most attractive points of the city, from the chapel of the rosary also known as the eighth wonder of the modern world, street of sweets, neighborhood of the artist and parian.Xanenetla tunnel 12:00 hrsAccess to Xanenetla tunnelPanoramic tour in the forts 12:30 hrsTransfer to the forts of Loreto and Guadalupe for panoramic viewFinish of tour 13:00 hrsWe leave you in your hotel, hoping that you have enjoyed the adventure with us.

$1873.75 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Baja Beach Daze 14-Day

Our affordable Baja camping holiday departs San Francisco in the evening, with brief stops in Los Angeles and San Diego. Once south of the border the next day, you can sample fish tacos, visit steam baths, and celebrate with fresh lime margaritas at Hussong's Cantina in Ensenada. Kick back on the adventure bus with your new friends and take in the cactus-coated landscape as the Tortoise travels through northern Baja. Wake up to a fresh continental breakfast in the stark desert of central Baja.Take a dip in the fantastic swimming hole, or visit the sleepy town square and the beautiful Mission San Ignacio. We move on to the quaint oasis town of Muleje and the cobblestone streets of Loreto as we continue working our way down the coast of the Sea of Cortez.We head for some big city excitement in La Paz, the capital of Baja Sur. Spend the day on the water with local guides and swim with the docile whale shark, snorkel or scuba dive with playful sea lions, or go deep sea fishing.Later, maybe a fresh lobster dinner, shop for Mexican arts and crafts, and dance the night away in a salsa club in the one and only Cabo San Lucas!After two nights of big city life we'll go ahead and get back into relaxation mode. Camping at Cabo Pulmo is one of kind! A marine preserve with an untouched coral reef near the southern tip of Baja. Relax in the sun, stroll the beach for seashells, book a fishing trip or go diving before we travel northward.After some relaxing beach time we will take a stroll through the galleries and coffee shops that make the Surfer's paradise of Todos Santos.We will work our way north with a special Green Tortoise secret gem near the small fishing village of Agua Verde. A two-hour hike from camp brings you to tidal hot springs nestled in an azure cove. Other optional activities include a coastline boat trip to a small fishing village, sea kayaking to offshore islands, or a mule ride into the surrounding mountains. To wrap up our stay in the area, we enjoy an authentically prepared Mexican meal at Rancho San Cosme. if in season, we may watch whales at Ojo de Liebre before dining under the stars by a freshwater lagoon near San Ignacio.Time to soak up the sun and feel the sand between your toes one more time. Our final beach location puts us on the northern pacific side of the pensinsula before we cross the boarder and say our final goodbyes!