• Primer > Islands and Coast Primer

  • Paddlers along a costal reef
  • Lunch break at San Cosme
  • Ramon sails
  • San Cosme coast
  • Rockhopping Danzante Island
  • Punta Candeleros from Danzante Island

Islands and Coast Primer

Best of Both!

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Get the best of both worlds by exploring Isla Danzante for a couple of days in the National Marine Park, then cruise down the roadless Sierra la Giganta coastline for a few days to San Cosme. This coast features some impressive hiking and a hot spring if the tide is right. The view of the Loreto Islands is sweet, too.

This route combines the Loreto Islands with the beginning of the Sierra la Giganta wild coastline. The Builder and Primer versions of this trip have similar itineraries but the Primer runs in the calmer months of October, early November, late March, April and May. Spend your first night or two on Danzante Island, a geologically expressive place dotted with osprey nests and surrounded with great snorkeling. Short nature trails lead to overlooks with impressive views..

Head down the coast, past the three sea stacks called the Candeleros, where sea birds roost. The coast has more fascinating geology and layers of mountains behind it. We’ll do some hiking into the mountains, and explore. If you’re ambitious enough, you just may reach the pools of water deep in the canyon.

There are areas of terrific snorkeling and good fishing here too, and some offshore islands to tempt you. Take out at either San Cosme or Agua Verde and fasten your seat belts for a truly Baja driving adventure on your way up the mountains and back to Loreto.

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