Sailing from Mexico
Setting sail from La Paz
La Paz feels more authentically Mexican than most of the other large cities in Baja California, though at the same time it’s a cosmopolitan and sophisticated place. It’s also a gateway to the fantastic marine life of the Sea of Cortez, famously described by Jacques Cousteau as ‘the world’s aquarium’.
Mexico: Isla San Francisco
Isla San Francisco is all steep red bluffs and sweeping desert beach; explore among colorful sea life, grab a paddle and kayak, hop on a paddle board, or relax on the beach with the sand between your toes.
Mexico: Isla Partida
At Isla Partida, go kayaking, snorkelling, and stand up paddle boarding and head off on island hikes along desert beaches or into rocky arroyos.
Mexico: Bahia de La Paz
Arriving in La Paz
Your home from home
A comfortable, recently renovated ship provides everything you’ll need on an adventure cruise.
What we love
Offering a comfortable interior, including an excellent lounge with expansive views, the Safari Voyager also provide a range of equipment to help you explore, including kayaks, paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, snorkel gear and wetsuits. There is also an EZ Dock launch platform that makes it easier to use this equipment. Although most of your time is likely to be spent outside there is a charming dining room and cosy library, and all rooms have a view from their window.
|Un-Cruise Adventures is all about the destination and their Safari vessels offer a comfortable and relaxing base from which you can explore.