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La Paz: What to do when you get there?

La Paz is a haven for nature and water sports lovers. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, La Paz has become a top Mexican holiday destination. It’s main attraction? Watching the spectacular humpback whale in its natural habitat!

Each year, between December and April Mexico welcomes whale colonies that migrate from the cold Bering Sea in Alaska to the warm waters of Baja to feed, play, give birth and mate. Los Cabos is one of the best places for whale watching in the world, as more than five species of whales swim in these waters during their annual migration.

Scuba divers, freedivers and snorkelers have ample opportunity to visit and explore the marine wonders, as well as the diverse and often unique terrestrial species endemic to the region.

Bordered the northeast portion of the Bay of La Paz, the Isla Espíritu Santo group is considered the most exquisite islands of the Gulf and are the primary tourist destinations of the area. The diving, snorkelling, and kayaking here are considered world class.

During the summer the cooling Coromuel winds, a weather phenomenon unique to the La Paz area, blow during the night from the Pacific over the Peninsula and into the Bay of La Paz.

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La Paz: What to do when you get there?

La Paz is a haven for nature and water sports lovers. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, La Paz has become a top Mexican holiday destination. It’s main attraction? Watching the spectacular humpback whale in its natural habitat!

Each year, between December and April Mexico welcomes whale colonies that migrate from the cold Bering Sea in Alaska to the warm waters of Baja to feed, play, give birth and mate. Los Cabos is one of the best places for whale watching in the world, as more than five species of whales swim in these waters during their annual migration.

Scuba divers, freedivers and snorkelers have ample opportunity to visit and explore the marine wonders, as well as the diverse and often unique terrestrial species endemic to the region.

Bordered the northeast portion of the Bay of La Paz, the Isla Espíritu Santo group is considered the most exquisite islands of the Gulf and are the primary tourist destinations of the area. The diving, snorkelling, and kayaking here are considered world class.

During the summer the cooling Coromuel winds, a weather phenomenon unique to the La Paz area, blow during the night from the Pacific over the Peninsula and into the Bay of La Paz.

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