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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, Bahia Agua Verde
Mexico: Magdalena Bay
Situated on the west coast of the Baja California peninsula, Magdalena Bay is sheltered from the Pacific by islands just off the coast, and the calm waters provide the perfect conditions for the gray whales that mate and give birth here between January and March.
Mexico: Los Islotes
The little islands known as Los Islotes, at the southern end of the Sea of Cortez, are home to a famously friendly group of sea lions. Here you can swim and snorkel with these playful creatures; the youngsters are particularly endearing.
Mexico: Isla Espíritu Santo
The uninhabited island of Espíritu Santo is one of the highlights of the Sea of Cortez, a pristine landscape of pink cliffs and sandy beaches. The rich seas surrounding the island are home to whales, dolphins and sea lions, and you can expect to see birdlife including pelicans and frigate birds.
Arriving in La Paz
Your home from home
A comfortable 3 deck ship accommodating just 84 guests and offering a range of expedition equipment.
What we love
Safari Endeavour is one of Un-Cruise Adventures' more comfortable vessels, with plenty of space outside to view the sights and sounds of the spectacular scenery. Fully loaded with adventure equipment including kayaks, paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, snorkel gear and wetsuits there is also an underwater camera and hydrophone. There are two hot tubs and a sauna to help you relax and all rooms have views and range from small fixed twin Master accommodation to larger doubles and suites.
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