Eco Tourism and Adventure Tours
A selection of recommended ecotourism and adventure tours - most of them personally experienced by your hosts!
See FAQ page for more Activities & Sightseeing suggestions!
When should I come to take advantage of day or overnight side trips?
The trips are on November 23-25:
Stay after Weekend 1;
Or come before Weekend 2!
How can I contact other tangueros to meet up for travel, shared lodging, or sightseeing?
Facebook: You can post queries directly on the La Paz Eco-Tango Festival Facebook page.
Contact page: send a message to us via the contact page asking to be included in the closed travel and activities group, LaPazTangoFestival2015. (You are also welcome to ask us further questions via the contact page!)
Join scientists in their marine research or take a hike with an archaeologist for more in-depth understanding of the natural & cultural history of this unique area!
Citizen Science Snorkeling Adventures in the Sea of Cortez
Whale Shark Monitoring:
Snorkel, photo, and record information about juvenile whale sharks in their natural feeding habitat in La Paz Bay.
contact: Darren Whitehead, Director, Whale Shark Research Project (http://www.whalesharkrp.com) or
Whale Shark Research Project
Indigenous Rock Art Exploration:
Join photographer and certified archaeology docent for a 3 hour hike into the beautiful Sierra Cacachila Mountain range to explore a series of archaeological sites containing indigenous painted murals from the extinct Pericue cultures and artifacts left over from their workshops.
Contact: Stephanie Rousso, Director and Wildlife Biologist, www.ProFaunaBaja.org, 612.150.6667 (MEX cel)
Sea Turtle Monitoring: Snorkel, count, measure, and record sea turtles in their natural feeding habitat in La Paz Bay.