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Cross these off your bucket list! Snorkel with Sea Lions and Whale Sharks

Swim with the whale sharks trip

Probably the most exciting trip you’ll ever go on! Swimming with the largest fish on the planet up to 60 feet in length or simply view them from the boat will be the most rewarding and memorable trip of a lifetime. The tour takes 3 hours and departs from our private dock at La Concha beach resort. We include full snorkeling equipment of mask, fins, snorkel and a wetsuit, bottled water and soft drinks too. Please bring a towel and if using suntan lotion please make sure that it is biodegradable and not oil based. This is a seasonal trip available from July 15th through to the end of February.

Trip costs $55 US dollars plus 11% tax per person.

Snorkelling trip to Los Islotes

Our trip includes equipment of mask, fins, snorkel and a wetsuit. If clients have their own they are welcome to use it but there is no price difference. Our lunch is a choice of a submarine or baguette sandwich, bottled water, sodas, a bag of chips and chocolate chip cookies. We depart at 8:30am and return at around 3pm. It takes 75 minutes to get to Los Islotes on an average calm day. We spend about 2 to 3 hours there then go to a beach on the island unless clients wish otherwise to stay at the sea lion colony.

The snorkeling trip to Los Islotes does include tax or 11% iva a $100 us dollars.

It breaks down as follows:

Rack rate $75 plus 11% tax

Lunch $12 plus tax

National park permit fee $5

LA Travel Show Baja Sur Sampler winner, July 2013

Rating: 5/5 
From Baja Sur Sampler prize winners Allyson and Yoann
Reviewed: July 16, 2013

...La Paz was such a great city with great food. We loved walking along the Malecon... The sea lion snorkeling was AMAZING! By far our favorite activity! We had the boat to ourselves an were told we could stay out as long as we liked. Our captain Javier was fantastic! On our way to the sea lion colony Javier spotted a pod of orca whales feeding on manta rays. They swam around and under the boat with no aggression, there were also two calves in the pod. The sea lions were cool and a baby sea lion was playing with us the whole time. On our way back, we stopped at a hidden reef to snorkel with more fish...

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