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 Best of Baja - Sea Kayaking, Whales and National Parks

Why this trip: Itinerary combines both coasts of Baja California, guaranteed whale sightings, snorkeling and kayaking in two of Mexico's newest national parks - novices welcome; best value, fully catered.

Loreto, Baja California (PRWEB) November 15, 2008 -- USA-based Sea Kayak Adventures, Inc. is offering an exciting trip package where participants can be eyeball-to-eyeball with a gray whale in Baja's federally protected calving lagoon Magdalena Bay and paddle a kayak alongside dolphins, fin and blue whales in the clear waters of the Sea of Cortez. Their eight-day "Baja Sea Kayaking and Whale Watching Combo" itinerary, including travel days and three nights hotel in Loreto, offers opportunities to get close to friendly whales, explore uninhabited desert islands by stable sea kayak and snorkel along isolated coves in clear turquoise waters - in essence to see the best of Baja, fully led by naturalist guides. "This is by far our most wildly popular trip and perfect for novices" smiles Terry Prichard, company founder.

Clients fly 1 hour non-stop from Los Angeles to Loreto. From there they cross the Baja California peninsula to the Pacific coast into Magdalena Bay for the day to watch gray whales and their newly born calves at close range from the safety of motorized skiffs. Then back over to Loreto for five-days of sea kayaking and camping in Mexico's newest national park - Parque Nacional Bahia de Loreto - which serves as sanctuary for blue-footed boobies, fin and blue whales, dolphins and sea lions. UNESCO has declared the unique Sea of Cortez Islands a World Heritage Site. "No prior kayaking experience is necessary - just good health and an eagerness for new experiences" states Prichard, adding "We pamper you, including meeting you at the Loreto airport and preparing fine meals from scratch". "We went carbon neutral last year and donate to local environmental organizations."

Weekly departures are scheduled from January 27 through March 22, 2009. The price of $1330 US dollars per person (double occupancy) includes three hotel nights in Loreto; all meals; all camping, sleeping and sea kayaking equipment; airport transfer and ground transportation, instruction and guides. 10% off for youth ages 8-17. The company includes more guides and amenities in the tour price than any other Loreto outfitter. Not included: air fare from Los Angeles, gratuities, meals in town, $15 park fee.

For further information or reservations, contact Sea Kayak Adventures Inc. at (800) 616-1943 or go to


San Felipe - an attractive Venture Opportunity

Playa de Oro provides a front row seat to what Jacques Cousteau  called, "the aquarium of the World", which is the Sea of Cortez.

Sea of Cortez: The nutrient-rich marine environment shelters the planet's highest whale diversity, nearly 900 species of fish and 34 marine mammal species--82 percent of all those found in the Pacific Northwest. Its more than one million acres of mangroves and coastal lagoons provide a critical nesting ground for hundreds of resident and migratory species.

San Felipe is poised on the pinnacle of a development and tourism explosion. Join with us as we ensure this growth is done responsibly.

San PedroNatural Assets: Perched on the northwestern shore of the beautiful Sea of Cortez, San Felipe lays claim to miles and miles of pristine white sand beaches, and has the majestic San Pedro Martyr Mountains to its back. An ecological biosphere, The Sea of Cortez is the largest protected whale sanctuary in the World and the mouth of the sea is patrolled and protected by Mexican, USA, and Green Peace Ships.

Modern Amenities: A new trauma center complete with state-of-the-art diagnostic capabilities including -

  • Laboratory, surgical wing, and full-care facilities;
  • Ambulance and airlift for those wishing or needing immediate U.S. medical care;
  • Excellent pharmaceutical prices

Being a tourist town, the local people welcome the many outsiders that come into town each year and most speak some English. There are numerous recreational and social pursuits to provide an active retirement lifestyle. Life is so comfortable here that many transplants now consider San Felipe their main home.

The foresight of PARKSTRONG in developing their land into an environmentally-friendly subdivision, making it a reasonable and affordable investment, and ensuring a safe and secure community puts Playa de Oro and San Felipe on the charts for venture opportunity.

At a recent developers meeting the Mexican EPA, Profepa, announced that Playa de Oro was the only development in San Felipe that was following all the environmental rules!

As an investment, great vacation haven, or an affordable retirement alternative, Playa de Oro -

Doing Things Right!

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