This is a spectacular cliff walk along the Pacific bluffs of Todos Santos that features glorious scenery, fascinating local history and encounters with strange and wonderful flora and fauna. It's about a 3.5 hour walk with and opportunity to swim.
What to Expect
Glorious scenery, fascinating local history and encounters with strange and wonderful flora and fauna.
This is a spectacular cliff walk that starts at Punta Lobos, the sweeping Pacific beach where the local fishermen of Todos Santos launch their boats each morning and bring in the daily catch each afternoon.
A quick walk up the hill leads to breath-taking views of a different kind of coastline, with dramatic rocky outcroppings and crashing surf. It's often possible to spot whales from this high vantage point during several months of the year.
Throughout the walk there will be the stunning combination of desert landscape running to the sea. The walk goes past an active sea lion colony, as well as the ruins of the shipping port Los Algodones. The guide offers in-depth commentary on the terrific variety of flora and fauna, as well as the history of the area from the human perspective.
After about three and a half hours of walking arrive at the idyllic beach of San Pedro where a picnic lunch will be waiting. San Pedro features a beautiful marsh filled with bird life and a protective cove ringed by towering palms. Here you can eat, relax, sunbathe, swim, read - just enjoy the bliss of being in Baja!
- Bilingual guide
- Picnic lunch
Know Before You Go
Hikes starts at 9:00 AM and typically end by 2:00 PM.