Destination Spotlight: El Triunfo

Located 45 kilometres south of La Paz, El Triunfo is an old mining town perfect for visitors looking to take a step back in time. Once home to over 10,000 miners, recent census data indicates the community now consists of just over three hundred inhabitants. In the mid-19th century miners from across Mexico and the United States came into El …

10 Amazing Things to Do in La Paz by Katherine Belarmino

Katherine Belarmino has put together a list of 10 amazing things to do in La Paz on your next visit. As she puts it, the food is delicious, the seafood is plentiful, the culture is present, and the nature is mind-blowing.  La Paz is safe and clean, and it’s a place where real people live and enjoy life, rather than …

Scout Magazine from Vancouver visits La Paz

Last February, Scout Magazine visited La Paz and created the ultimate short guide for your next visit to La Paz, sharing some of the best tips and tricks to make the most out of your experience next time you come to paradise. Check the full article clicking on the image.  

Curated courses for Golf in La Paz

Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that the CostaBaja Golf Club really hits the mark when it comes to curated courses. The course was the first to be designed by World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Gary Player – and the only one of his designs found in Mexico. Since it opened in 2010, the 385000 sq. metre course …

Where to Stay: Slumber on the Sea

It’s no secret that the Sea of Cortez is a veritable treasure trove of marine life. Visitors clamour to experience it for themselves and now they can spend both their days and nights on the high seas with a selection of new customized cruises. Diving aficionados might want to enjoy select five-day diving cruises through the Sea of Cortez on …

Spotlight: Espíritu Santo Island

If the Sea of Cortez is a kaleidoscope of tropical tones, then Espiritu Santo Island is the crown jewel. Located a few miles outside the Bay of La Paz, the island is only accessible by boat and appears from turquoise waters as a monument developed over time by onyx-coloured lava amongst red desert limestone and a pink hued volcanic ash. …

48 hours in La Paz Mexico

A weekend of whales, white sand, and wonderful food can be yours in this Baja California destination Just a two-hour drive north of Cabo San Lucas, La Paz sure feels like a lifetime away. The city, perched on the eastern coast of Baja California Sur overlooking the Sea of Cortez, easily balances Mexican hospitality and authenticity: you’ll find crystal clear …

Savoury Spotlight: Chocolate Clams

Savoury Spotlight: Chocolate Clams   The Sea of Cortez is home to more marine life than any other body of water so it comes as no surprise that seafood lovers are drawn to this area to sample las delicias del mar – the delights of the sea. Blessed with a bounty of freshly caught fish, the local pescaderías, markets, and restaurants serve up …

Hang Ten: Surfing with a Twist

Hang Ten: Surfing with a Twist   Kitesurfing and windsurfing enthusiasts can catch the breeze in La Ventana, located 40 minutes south of La Paz. Amidst the intense blue of the sea, the white sand beach and the striking desert landscapes lay La Ventana Bay and Cerralvo Island. Located between these two areas is a natural wind tunnel that can …

Holiday Hideaway: Glamping at Camp Cecil

Holiday Hideaway: Glamping at Camp Cecil Say adios to 2017 with a focus on rejuvenating and recharging at Camp Cecil Luxury Tent Camping. Located on Espiritu Santo Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site, this retreat is far away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The serene island is colourful and calming with white sand beaches and warm turquoise waters. …