Loreto is a hidden jewel on the east coast of the Baja California Peninsula with peaceful charm and dazzling landscapes. Loreto was the first Spanish colonial city on the Baja Peninsula, you can glimpse the city’s past as you explore the cobblestone streets surrounded by colonial architecture in downtown. The city is located on the Loreto National Marine Park, which is home to over 800 species of fish and marine life. With crystal clear waters, jagged rock formations and stunning sunsets, discover the natural beauty of this city.
The Islands of Loreto have been a protected Marine Park for over two decades. Let our guide show you the dolphins, sea lions, and manta rays as well as the abundant bird life. From crystal water bays to towering rock cliffs, the natural beauty leaves you with memories forever.
CORONADO ISLAND TOUR
Coronado Island is home to great snorkel spots, white sand beaches, and a sea lion colony. The island itself is covered with rocky crags, except for the southeast corner, which becomes a marine turtle sanctuary at certain times of the year. Take a stroll around the island or relax under a beach “palapa”.
Loreto has everything you need for fishing no matter what your experience level. We use authentic pangas that seat up to four people. There are two well defined fishing seasons. Summer season features Dorado, from late May through July to September. Winter fishing features yellowtail November to May.
SEA OF CORTEZ WHALE WATCHING
Going on a whale watching tour in Loreto is a must-do! Experience one of the most exceptional grey whales encounters; take a ride on a Panga to get up close to these magnificent creatures.
CANIPOLE CAVE PAINTING
In the northern region of the State of Baja California Sur, there is the San Francisco mountain range, where there is one of the nuclei of cave paintings that are found throughout this area. Take a 45 minute walk into the heart of the mountains to discover the cave paintings.
SAN JAVIER MISSION TOUR
Journey into Mexico's past and visit the most important historical mission of Baja! Explore the real remains of an old Jesuit mission. Stroll through the cobblestone streets of town, meander by fruit orchards, and the visit the oldest olive gardens in Baja.