Tour Espíritu Santo Island
During the trip, you can visit Los Islotes, a breeding site for California sea lions, where you can observe their playful and elegant acrobatics. We also offer snorkeling tours to other fascinating sites in Espíritu Santo Island and La Paz region, where you can see a great variety of native fish and beautiful rock and coral formations.
Our fleet of boats is fast and equipped with VHF radio, sonar, GPS, life jackets, insurance, first aid kit, bathroom, and shade; all of this to ensure your safety and comfort.
Transportation between your hotel and Marina Palmira, entrance bracelet to protected natural areas, visit Los Islotes (California sea lion colony), certified guide, lunch and beverages, snorkel set (mask, snorkel, and fins), kayaks and paddle board (included only in summer season), (additional cost in the winter season, from November to mid-March).
ITINERARY AND DURATION
- 08:00 am - Hotel transfer to Marina
- 08:30 am - Departure from Marina Palmira to the destination island
- 09:45 am - Arrival at the colony of sea lions and swimming
- 11:00 am - Visit to Ensenada Grande beach
- 12:00 pm - Lunch on the beach
- 12:00 - 02:30 pm - Free time to explore the island, swim, snorkel, and relax on the beach
- 02:30 pm - Boarding on the boat and return to La Paz
- 03:30 pm - Arrival at the Marina and hotel transfer.
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s a boat trip to explore Espiritu Santo Island, where we will visit a sea lion colony called Los Islotes, and you’ll have the opportunity to snorkel with them. We will make a stop at a beach on the island where you can have lunch, swim, and relax. Along the way, you can appreciate the island’s landscapes, rock formations, bird nests, and more. The activity lasts approximately 7 hours.
Yes, absolutely! Even if you don’t know how to swim or have never snorkeled before, you can still participate in the activity. We have safety measures in place to ensure that everyone can enter the water safely. Snorkeling is an easy activity that you can learn quickly with a brief explanation. Our guide will be with you at all times, ensuring that you have an enjoyable and safe experience.
Yes, but depending on the season, it may or may not be possible to interact with them. From June to August, the breeding season for this species begins, so during these months, it will still be possible to visit them, but only to observe them. Swimming with them will not be allowed during this time, as we aim not to disturb them during this hormonal period.