Discover on the first day the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve, one of Baja´s most beautiful but least explored areas. Part of an island off the coast of Baja 10 million years ago, the Reserve is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. In addition to wildlife such as mountain lions, mule deer, gophers and badgers, a wonderful array of birdlife inhabits the reserve, including the endemic cape pygmy owl, Xantus's hummingbird and Belding´s yellowthroat. For the next few days, enjoy Camp Cecil de la Isla and all the island fun: So what's included: Roundtrip island transfers Snorkeling gear and wet suit All meals from lunch on day 1 through breakfast on the final day. Camp Cecil’s Espiritu Xantus Café is considered one of the best restaurants in the vicinity of La Paz! Daily happy hour All adventures and related equipment including swimming with sea lions, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, snorkeling, hiking, bird watching, star gazing, hanging around doing nothing Accommodations in beautifully furnished walk-in tents with real beds and lovely linens. Tents can have either one king bed or two twin beds. There are also cots available. Panga support Bilingual naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, NOM-9 graduate, and Leave No Trace certified National Park conservation fee

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