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  • Writer's pictureAugusto Otaduy

7 day Sea of Cortez Itinerary

Day 1 - Depart from La Paz and visit Balandra Beach: Set sail from La Paz, making your first stop at Balandra Beach. This stunning beach is famous for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and the iconic Mushroom Rock. Spend the day swimming, snorkeling, or simply relaxing on the beach. As the sun begins to set, continue your voyage, enjoying the onboard amenities and a welcome dinner prepared by your chef.

Day 2 - Isla Espiritu Santo: Arrive at Isla Espiritu Santo. Spend the day snorkeling with sea lions, exploring hidden coves, and taking in the beautiful beaches and marine life. You might also enjoy a guided nature walk to learn about the island's unique flora and fauna.

Day 3 - San Francisco Island: Head to San Francisco Island, known for its stunning bay and hiking opportunities. Try paddleboarding or kayaking in the calm waters, or just relax on the beautiful sandy beach.

Day 4 - Isla San Jose: Discover the picturesque bays of Isla San Jose. This is a great place for wildlife spotting, with many bird species residing here. Enjoy a beach picnic, or for the more adventurous, explore the mangrove estuary on the island's western shore.

Day 5 - Agua Verde: Sail towards Agua Verde, a small fishing village surrounded by beautiful turquoise waters. Go ashore and explore the village, try some local seafood, or take a mule ride into the mountains for breathtaking views.

Day 6 - Loreto: Arrive in Loreto, a historic town known for its charming streets, colonial architecture, and the iconic Mission of Our Lady of Loreto. Spend the day exploring the town, shopping for local crafts, and sampling the local cuisine.

Day 7 - Coronado Island and Return to La Paz: In the morning, visit Coronado Island, a volcanic island known for its white sand beach, emerald waters, and rich marine life. Spend a few hours snorkeling, swimming, or beachcombing. Then, begin your sail back to La Paz. Enjoy your last evening on board with a special farewell dinner.

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