The La Paz region has tropical turquoise coves, pristine deserts, National Parks and rugged Mountain Ranges. There are more than 40 remote Anchorages spread over 220 kilometers of Baja California and 12 uninhabited Islands. With such a low maritime population, you typically have all the coves and anchorages to yourselves. The area is home to thousands of exotic fish species and a breeding ground for Pacific Whales.
The Bays are protected by the La Giganta Mountain Range providing Shelter from the Seasonal Winds. With abundant colourful Reefs to Snorkel and Dive en route. Espiritu Santos (Sacred Spirits) is located 32km North of La Paz. The Island is 18km long with no permanent residents and 12 spectacular anchorages, along with the Best Beaches in Mexico. With trails leading to Waterfalls and a Natural Red Rock Amphitheater, there is something here for everyone. The Islands are considered the Crown Jewels.
Be sure to visit the Twin coves of Gato & Toro and Bahia Agua Verde, there is Great Diving at El Toro Reef. Village of Agua Verde has a population of 100 which supports a small Fishing industry. Locals offer their fresh Catch
as soon you have anchored. There are Beach Parties ashore and everyone is very welcome. Puerto Escondido is also very popular year round. There is excellent Snorkeling and Diving with plenty of things to do ashore from visiting the Jesuit Mission, Potteries and viewing prehistoric Cave Paintings.