Welcome to Todos Santos

Todos Santos is one of the most appealing towns in all of Baja, maybe even all of Mexico. A quirky mix of locals, fishers, surfers and New Age spiritualists, the town of ‘All Saints’ has thus far escaped the rampant tourism of the other Cape towns, but still has all kinds of things to see and do. Think Taos, New Mexico, before Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keefe brought the world there. Be prepared for high prices,... Read More

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$2500 Small group tours

7-Day Baja Surf Camp for Women Including Yoga, Massages and Cooking Class

This 7-day Surf Camp in Todos Santos is the perfect girl's getaway. The Baja Surf Camp for Women takes place in one wonderful week featuring yoga classes and surf lessons each morning, a fun/indulgent activity each afternoon, and a fabulous dining experience each evening. It's nothing but sun, surf and a sublimely fantastic getaway that´s all about you having nothing but fun.

$3200 Small group tours

8-Day Baja Bird Watching Adventure

More than 430 bird species have been spotted in Baja California Sur, and it is home to six endemic species as well. On this 8-day adventure, you will enjoy spotting some of these birds and get up close to the proximity of a great diversity of ecosystems, including estuaries, dunes, coastlines, mountains, islands, deserts, oases, bays and mangroves. These ecosystems are not just home to birds, but several species of whales, sea lions, manta rays, dolphins, tropical fish and more. All of this will make this trip a thrilling set of wildlife encounters on both land and sea.

$557 Small group tours

Baja Whale Watching Overnight Adventure in Magdalena Bay

Enjoy an overnight adventure as you go whale watching in the lagoon's of Baja's Magdalena Bay. You can see gray whale mothers bring their babies right to the boat to say hello or the males sidle along the boat and spout water you. You will see these mammals up and close as some of them bring their heads out of the water and look you straight in the eye. This is truly one of life’s most thrilling experiences.