Loreto Day Tour Options

Extend your stay in Loreto before or after your kayak tour for a low key, sunny vacation spot. If you desire extra nights hotel stay in Loreto, we have preferred rates at two hotels in Loreto and we are happy to set up day tours exploring the greater Loreto area and Coronado Island. 

Voyage of a Novice Kayaker Part 2: Do as I say, not as I did

Sea Kayak Adventures office staff member and first time kayaker Amber Crane just returned from a tour in Baja (Oct 30-Nov 4, 2011).  She will chronicle her adventures in a new blog series:

Voyage of a Novice Kayaker

Part 2: Do as I say, not as I did – Trip Preparation

Sea Kayak Adventures: BAJA Frequently Asked Questions

If you are considering a kayaking and/or gray whale tour in sunny Baja, give us a call for friendly advice about the best trip itinerary or location to meet your needs.  We are happy to answer all of your questions, and please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-616-1943 directly - we're always eager to chat about all things Baja!

Guide Spotlight: Vladimir de la Toba & the Sea Turtle Rodeo

Vladimir "Vlady" de la Toba has been a cheerful, enthusiastic member of the Loreto Sea Kayak Adventures team for over 6 years.  A 3* British Canoe Union kayaker, Vlady also brings a wealth of local knowledge about the wildlife and wilderness of Baja to all of his tours.

Newest Air Travel Options to Loreto in Baja

Travel to Loreto's world class paddling/whale watching destinations, on par with the Galapagos and Patagonia, is surprisingly easy compared to other Latin American or South American destinations.  The latest information is provided below.

Dutch Ovens Add Luxury to our Camp Cuisine

Sea kayaking and whale watching tours in Baja and British Columbia with Sea Kayak Adventures are fully-equipped and fully-catered, so all you need to bring is yourself! But don’t worry – just because you’ll be eco-camping doesn’t mean you won’t receive first-class fare. So how DO our guides prepare such wonderful, delicious meals in the middle of uninhabited wilderness?!