Baja Bubble JourneysTM

Regenerative Travel that Digs Deeper into Baja's Hidden Corners

Given current concerns that people have about traveling in groups, we are excited to announce a new series of creatively curated trips for your private group of 2-8 people.  These are colorful, inspiring journeys that take you to places in Baja that few venture!  In our new Baja Bubble JourneysTM, we have artfully woven a combination of activities and destinations to take you into the hinterlands of Baja to visit small villages where artisans work with native materials, food is simple and delicious, and trails are ours alone. We stay in unique, locally-owned accommodations, travel with local guides and immerse you into the heart of Baja. We are proud to unveil this exciting collection of travels for the 2020-21 season.

Baja is defined by the fact that it’s surrounded by water, with the endless Pacific Ocean on the west and the rich, warm waters of the Gulf of California bounding the east side.  Exploring and playing in these biodiverse waters is an important part of any Baja adventure.  But Baja is so much more!  Between the seas are towering mountains, arroyos, canyons and deserts filled with wonders of their own.  There are villages nestled beneath the mountains, hidden behind oasis of palms and often, in a place where time seems to have stopped. Some of these communities have taken small steps to welcome visitors, developing modest accommodations and training local guides.  We are proud to be able to support these endeavors and build on their efforts to provide insightful tours that enrich your life and simultaneously provide real hope and economic benefit to these communities.

Today’s thoughtful traveler seeks out the places that actually want tourists as opposed to those places that have been overrun by tourism.  These journeys are designed for the thoughtful traveler.  With a mix of our bilingual Mexican guides and local guides eager to share their home territory with you, you will gain a deeper appreciation for, and understanding of, this wild peninsula!

Baja Bubble JourneyTM Options:

cowboys in baja

Local Vaqueros pack saddle bags with gear during our Cowboys and Cave Painting tour

bakery in Baja

A Santa Rosalía local cooks bread and bakery items in a large oven at Panadería El Boleo

sustainable garden in baja

Guests pick lettuce from the sustainable garden at Rancho Cacachilas guest ranch in the Sierra Cacachilas mountains of Baja

palm oasis in san javier baja

Garden at the historic Misión San Francisco Javier de Viggé-Biaundó in San Javier

group on a viewing platform in national park in Baja

Guest look out from a platform near the Rock Paintings found in the Sierra de San Francisco mountain range in Mulegé Municipality

man hiking in Baja near Loreto

Guests enjoy a guided hike through Steinbeck Canyon

gray whale spyhopping magdalena bay baja

A Gray Whale spyhopping in Magdalena Bay

group walking across sand dunes along pacific coast in baja

Guests explore the sand dunes of Isla Magdalena along the Pacific Ocean

woman cooking tortillas in Baja

A local woman cooks tortillas in the small town of El Triunfo

cowboys in baja
bakery in Baja
sustainable garden in baja
palm oasis in san javier baja
group on a viewing platform in national park in Baja
man hiking in Baja near Loreto
gray whale spyhopping magdalena bay baja
group walking across sand dunes along pacific coast in baja
woman cooking tortillas in Baja