A birds eye view of tents and kayaks on a beach at sunset
A white tent set up on a rocky beach on a sunny day
Inside of a tent with a sleeping pad, sleeping bag, dry bags, and pillow nicely set up with the ocean in the background
Starry night camp set up in Loreto Bay National Marine Park
Toilet set up while camping on Danzante Island Loreto Bay
A group of people around a blue family style tent while camping on a beach on a sunny day
A person sitting next to their tent while watching the sunrise in Loreto Bay, Baja
View from inside the tent in Loreto Bay
Sea Kayak Adventures guide making dinner while guests watch the sunset on the beach
Burrito bowl with tortilla chips served in individual bowls
Group of people on the beach standing in a circle in front of a row of tents on a sunny day
Group of people huddled in a circle on the beach with their kayaks lined up on the shore
A group of campers on a beach in Loreto Bay under a sun shade
A birds eye view of tents and kayaks on a beach at sunset
A white tent set up on a rocky beach on a sunny day
Inside of a tent with a sleeping pad, sleeping bag, dry bags, and pillow nicely set up with the ocean in the background
Starry night camp set up in Loreto Bay National Marine Park
Toilet set up while camping on Danzante Island Loreto Bay
A group of people around a blue family style tent while camping on a beach on a sunny day
A person sitting next to their tent while watching the sunrise in Loreto Bay, Baja
View from inside the tent in Loreto Bay
Sea Kayak Adventures guide making dinner while guests watch the sunset on the beach
Burrito bowl with tortilla chips served in individual bowls
Group of people on the beach standing in a circle in front of a row of tents on a sunny day
Group of people huddled in a circle on the beach with their kayaks lined up on the shore
A group of campers on a beach in Loreto Bay under a sun shade

Camping in Loreto Bay

Camping in Loreto Bay with Sea Kayak Adventures is made easy thanks to your spectacular guides. Weather permitting, you will move campsites each night as you paddle along the spectacular Islands of Loreto Bay. Your group may layover at the same campsite for more than one night due to weather conditions. Campsites in Loreto Bay are assigned by the National Park Service so we always know where we're headed and where camp will be each evening. We try our absolute best to secure the best campsites in terms of natural beauty and ammenities of the area. 

Camp Features and Ammenities

  • Single or double tents set up for you each night.
  • Private bathroom tent set up and taken down each day.
  • Tables and chairs to enjoy meals, drinks, etc. 
  • Appetizer table with snacks, fresh water, and drinks available at camp at all times.
  • Designated kitchen area where guides prepare fresh meals each day.
  • Small library of books about the flora and fauna of the surrrounding environment.

Gear Provided by Sea Kayak Adventures

  • Sleeping bag with liner.
  • Inflatable Thermarest sleeping pad.
  • Pillow with pillowcase.
  • Necessary dry bags.
  • Tents with a rain fly.

Reviews

     
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"Sea Kayak Adventures did a great job guiding us in a magical place. The equipment was fantastic and the food was unbelievable!"

     
Google

"This was a great trip and the expertise and humor from our guides added to the experience. The company was very organized having great meals, great support staff, good kayaks and equipment. They are great conservationists and we left no signs of being in the national park. Saw lots of dolphins, birds, eels, fish with snorkeling and even a humpback whale. 5 days was a perfect amount of time and would book with this company again."

FAQ's

What camping gear is provided?

Sea Kayak Adventures will provide you with a tent, inflatable thermarest sleeping pad, sleeping bag with a liner, and a pillow with pillowcase. Additionally, reusable plates, bowls and cutlery will be supplied for all meals. At the beginning of your tour you will receive a personal Sea Kayak Adventures stainless steel mug to use throughout the duration of your trip. 

Are there showers at camp?

While kayaking, we can only carry enough fresh water for drinking and cooking. There are no fresh water sources on most of the coastline and islands we visit. You can clean up with saltwater and soap off above the high tide line, or bring disposable shower wipes. Check out more tips for staying clean while sea kayaking.

What is the bathroom at camp like?

A portable toilet will fit into a hatch of the kayak or on the panga support boat, and will be transported to each campsite and set into a private, sheltered area for solid waste. Liquid waste can be expelled below the high tide line, or in a separate porta-potty bucket. 

There will be two bucket style containers, one for solid waste and another for liquid waste in a stand up tent for privacy. There will also be a trash bag to dispose of any additional waste. We ask all guests to refrain from putting toilet paper into either bucket as it fills up and weighs down the soilds bucket, and makes the liquids bucket so we cannot dispose of it in the water. All used toilet paper will be burned in a small metal burn pan that will be beside the private tent along with a set of matches. We have a small can with toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wipes, etc, that serves as a key for the restroom at camp. If the can is missing from the hand washing station, the bathroom is occupied. If the can is in the sand next to the hand wash, the bathroom is open for use. You guides will give you a detailed orientation on how the restroom at camp works upon your arrival to camp on the first day of your tour. 

To learn more about the bathroom facilities while camping in Baja, watch the video below.

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Will there be portable chargers at camp?

We do not provide communal portable chargers or solar panels at camp. You are welcome to bring one along if you'd like to be able to recharge your cell phone, camera, kindle reader, etc. 

What activities are there at camp?

At camp there will be activities such as frisbee, playing cards and volleyball nets. There will also be a small library of books about flora and fauna of the area that you are welcome to at all times. There is also plenty of opportunity to hike around camp or the surrounding area if you’d like to explore.

Can I bring my own sleeping bag and camping gear?

You are welcome to bring your own sleeping bag, sleeping pad, etc. If you do bring along any of your own camping gear, please let your guide know to ensure that we do not overpack gear as space in kayaks is limited. 

What kind of food will I eat at camp? Do you accommodate dietary restrictions?

Our renowned wilderness meals are prepared daily by our guides using local, fresh, healthy ingredients. In Baja you can expect an authentic dining experience, with savory dishes like chiles rellenos, tostadas, ceviche, and chicken mole. We even serve delicious desserts like brownies and pineapple upside-down cake! Each morning, we serve up freshly brewed coffee or tea. Throughout the day we provide an abundance of local fruits, vegetables, and other snacks. Wine and mixed drinks are served with hors d’oeuvres each evening for happy hour.

We do our best to accommodate special dietary requests, working within the parameters of the destinations in which we operate. If you have a very strict diet, we recommend packing extra snacks that you know you can eat.