Located on the Baja California Peninsula, La Paz is a beautiful oceanfront city. It is most widely known for the Malecón strip, a shopping and tourism street along the beach with art exhibits, bars, and restaurants. Read on to learn about more fun things to do in La Paz, Mexico.
As soon as tourists arrive in La Paz, they are welcomed by the Dove of Peace Monument. There is a small park and restroom, and the monument itself is a nice photo op for memories of the vacation. The La Paz Cathedral was built in 1720. Many tourists enjoy the architecture of the cathedral, as well as learning about its historical importance. Another popular learning trip in La Paz is the Museo de la Ballena. Its collections feature whales, dolphins, and porpoises.
More active travelers should check out Rancho El Cajon. The ranch offers horseback rides through beach and desert terrain. Additionally, Balandra Beach is a site to see. Kayak rentals are available to explore the turquoise blue waters and rocky shores. Isla Espiritu Santo is another great way to see local wildlife and nature. The small island sea lions, dolphins, and a wide array of fish.
Many tourist spots offer ocean tours with animals. Todos Santos Eco Adventures hosts a tour through the Sea of Cortez. Guests can swim and snorkel with sea lions. Another popular trip is the whale shark snorkeling tour, complete with lunch from Los Cabos. Because such tours can be dangerous, age restrictions may apply, and children may not be allowed to go on the excursions.
From condos to resort suites, Casago has rooms to fit every need. Casago vacation rentals are clean, and the staff is friendly. Book with Casago today to start exploring La Paz Mexico.