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Baja for Millennials

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There is no shortage of excitement and adventure in Mexico's Baja. This trip for families with Millennial kids has everything from glamping on a gorgeous uninhabited island to kayaking and snorkeling while leaving plenty of time to do nothing but relax and wander through quaint, classic Mexican towns. What makes Baja so special is that there is a little something for everyone and no pressure to stay on the path well-traveled.

2017 Dates
Dates Adult
11/18 - 11/26 $3,690
2018 Dates
Dates Adult
03/17 - 03/25 $3,690
05/19 - 05/27 $3,690
11/17 - 11/25 $3,790

Groups: Traveling in a party of six or more friends or family members? Call us about our large group discounts.

Alumni Discount: if you are a returning Thomson guest, please subtract $500 per family from these prices

Price includes: All entrance fees, accommodations based on two to a room, land transportation, private bilingual guide throughout, all meals, bottled water & snacks in the vehicle, Comprehensive Travel Insurance.

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Days 1: Depart Home / Arrive Cabo 

Welcome to Cabo! After arriving at Los Cabos International Airport and meeting a representative from Thomson Family Adventures, transfer to a beach side resort and get right into the adventure with a swim in the Sea of Cortez or relax with a drink at the resort bar.

Day 2: Snorkel in the Sea of Cortez / Desert Mountain Bike Ride / Relax on the Beach

Begin the day doing exactly what people who travel to Baja want to do- swim with exotic and colorful fish that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. 

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Cabo Pulmo is home to the northernmost coral reef in the Eastern Pacific and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cabo Pulmo National Park is part of an ecosystem that, quite possibly, contains the greatest concentration of marine life in the world, making it a perfect place for snorkeling. Follow this with an exhilarating mountain bike ride along desert cliffs.

Day 3: Morning Hike / Explore La Paz / Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Head out to La Paz and explore this quaint town full of immense character.  

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Before departing for La Paz, explore Cabo Pulmo one last time with a beautiful morning hike. The Malecon in La Paz is a stretch of walkway, similar to a boardwalk, which separates the town from the beach and water. The small shops and cafes are perfect for people to wander in and out of, do some shopping, and stopping for a drink. 

Days 4-5: Glamping on a Private Island / Swimming with Sea Lions / Kayak in the Sea of Cortez

These next two days are an entirely different kind of adventure, the kind of adventure that takes place on a private island. 

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While glamping on Isla Espiritu Santo, enjoy a spacious tent, a personal cot, and a fully functioning camp kitchen that promises to deliver delicious meals. For fun on the island, go snorkeling, swimming, paddle boarding, or nap and read on the beach. The only break from this island happens to venture out to Los Islotes to swim with a sea lion colony and try to catch a photo with one of these awesome animals.

Days 6-8: Explore Todos Santos / Spend a Night Out in Town / Go Surfing

Todos Santos is one of the most amazing towns in the world, filled with beauty, adventure, and fun. 

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When first leaving glamping it may be hard to imagine a better experience, but if any place can provide that it’s Todos Santos. Learn how to make the perfect margarita and Punta Lobos Fish Stew with Chef Iker, hike to the beach for a picnic, learn how to surf, and enjoy a night out on the town. Gather around a table in a small cantina to share stories or head to a bar for music and dancing.

Day 9: Depart Cabo / Arrive Home

Say goodbye to Baja and transfer to the airport to begin the journey home to tell friends and family about the amazing family adventure you just had!      

Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort

Located in the middle of paradise, the palm-thatched bungalows of Cabo Pulmo have private bathrooms and kitchens. They are uniquely decorated and configured. Each is equipped with fans but not air conditioning. Amenities include a restaurant and bar and dive shop.

La Paz Hyatt Place

The Hyatt Place in La Paz is in a great location in the Costa Baja neighborhood, comprised of beach front, beautiful luxury homes, restaurants and a golf course. The Hyatt Place is off of the main drag enough to feel secluded, but only a few minutes from historic downtown and the Malecon. The hotel itself offers free Wi-Fi, a heated outdoor pool, and a gym that’s open every hour of the day, every day of the week. There’s also the Coffee to Cocktails Bar to quench any thirst you might have!

Glamping

We'll set up a base camp on Isla Espiritu Santo  with glorious nature and plenty of fun right outside your door. Enjoy the comforts of walk-in safari style tents, and cots with mattresses, sheets and pillows. Delicious food is prepared just for you on site in the kitchen tent.

Los Colibris Casitas

Los Colibris—The Hummingbirds—is located in Todos Santos, just a ten-minute walk from the area's beautiful beaches. The property features two big casas (houses) and two casitas (little houses) with a total of six comfortable bedrooms. Each building is configured and decorated in a unique way. The accommodations all include a kitchen or kitchenette with appliances, a dining area, a balcony, porch or patio, ceiling fans, and lovely views of the Pacific Ocean and lagoon.