Baja Bliss! Baja California Sur is a gorgeous region of Mexico, with white sandy beaches, moderate temperatures and incredible flora and fauna, there is something for everyone. We'll have a day to enjoy the beach before heading to our luxury tent camp in a bioreserve. Each day will be filled with a choose your own adventure schedule, as packed to the gills or as low key as you'd like it to be. This is the perfect vacation for anyone looking to unwind and relax and experience another culture. Maximum group size: 12
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What's not included: Travel to and from Mexico, alcoholic beverages (outside of happy hours in the Sierras), snacks, guide gratuities, and travel insurance.
This trip is designed for women in good condition who want an active vacation in a warm winter environment. Our days are full, although there is time to relax built into each one and also the option to opt out of some activities if you want more downtime. Although the hikes on this trip are short, they can be rough and rocky. Horseback riding is not instructional on this trip and some prior experience is helpful. Rating:  2 3 4 5.
We'll swim and whale watch in the warm waters of Baja California Sur. We'll hike, horseback ride and play in diverse ecosystems while staying at the Bioreserve.
All accommodations on Baja Bliss are shared, there are no single supplements available. Three nights will be spent at Los Colibris Casitas. With “the most stunning view in Todos Santos,” Los Colibris Casitas is perfect for nature lovers who appreciate both beauty and tranquility. Every room has a magnificent view of the Pacific ocean, a freshwater estuary and a palm grove oasis to the front, and the Sierra de la Laguna mountains to the side and back. From your casita you can watch fishermen cast their nets on the beach in the early morning light, enjoy the magnificent Baja sunset in the evening, and delight in the vast expanse of a star-filled sky at night. Los Colibris is just a 10-minute walk to 70 miles of pristine, virtually empty beach, and a 5-minute drive to the delightful restaurants, artists’ galleries and shops of Todos Santos.
Three nights will be spent at Camp Cecil in the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve in the mountains that form the spine of the peninsula. At Camp Cecil you can experience the luxury of Baja Sur's pristine wilderness while also enjoying "glamping" (glamorous camping) with real beds, soft linens, lovely furnishings, chef-prepared meals and daily happy hour.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
I really enjoyed being with this group. Everyone got along really well. For me, being in 75+ degree weather in January is a very positive plus.
Being around fun and interesting women.
The inspiring women who sign up for these trips. The watercolor classes that Brenda did were fun and a nice change of pace. The stargazing that Alejandra led us thru was awesome, she's so knowledgeable. The cooking class was so fun! The highlight and most emotional part of the trip for me was the release of the baby sea turtles, really a priceless experience.
whale watching, star gazing, sea turtles, great food & drinks.
The guides, including the two Baja guides, Alejandra and Andrea, and the AGC guide, Brenda, were beyond wonderful! Smart, kind, fun, knowledgeable, attentive to every detail, sensitive to personal issues and group dynamics both.
Warm sun, good food and a variety of fun adventures in January.
I was pleased with how nice it was to travel with all the people involved. I felt like Brenda was very present and calmly and quietly attended to us.
A warm destination in January; good price; great guide (Brenda); I like Mexico; my first time to do Glamping
It was the other women, my fellow travelers, that made this trip extra special. They were all wonderful, interesting and fun!
Where to start? Ocean views from the beautiful casitas and pool! Beautifully landscaped grounds! Stargazing from the hot tub! Morning yoga from the mountain deck with a spectacular 360! A dip in a cool mountain waterhole by the falls after a good hike! Horseback riding the trails! Experiencing my first piñata, a surprise from our wonderful local guides! Not to mention good food and fun and camaraderie throughout! The trip introduced us to parts of Mexico that I don't think the average traveler has the opportunity to see. Just be prepared for the (literally) rocky roads!
The opportunity to go whale watching and the excellent meals at the camp.