LA PAZ Baja California Mexico
is located right on the Tropic of Cancer, with a desert landscape and comfortable dry and warm climate year-around. The natural marine wonders of the Bay of LA PAZ and the surrounding area make it the eco-tourism capital of Mexico.
Back in 1535, Hernan Cortes discovered the LA PAZ bay and named it La Santa Cruz. Later in 1596, Sebastian Viscaino arrived with orders to conquer and convert the natives to Christianity. It was then that he named it LA PAZ - "the peace" - because of the people he encountered there. Today, LA PAZ has changed into a nice, friendly city, with the charm and beauty that allows you to relax and enjoy the climate, sandy beaches and most of all the warmth of it's friendly people.
LA PAZ offers some of the best fishing in the world, with unspoiled waters and an abundance of marine life, LA PAZ is a favorite destination for avid Baja anglers.
Hotel, Airfare, Fishing From: 750.00 to 899.00
Hotel, Fishing Only From: 455.00 to 580.00
All packages are base on a 3 night hotel stay 2 days fishing a super panga and are based on a double occupancy.
All packages includes taxes license and fishing hotel stay, welcome soft drink, cervesa or margarita, Transfers, Fishing Tackle, Fillet, Freezing, Breakfast & Box lunch.
14% Hotel tax on prepaid Stay, 11% tax on Prepaid Fishing.
For additional nights, Fishing or the Lowest air fare, email us or give us a call.
If you are looking to fish and not interested in a 4-5 star hotel we can find one that is perfect and more affordable for you. We will only offer Clean, Safe and Friendly hotels, some are in front of El Malecon with breath taking views of the beach and Sunsets, walking distance to Taquerias, Restaurants, Bars, Shops. You will not need a Taxi to get to these places.
All of our fishing trips are available on a single trip basis, or if you wish to fish for several days, we have a number of vacation packages available for you offering multi-day discounts.
You will find a listing of our fishing packages, with or without Air Travel included. We have a number of options available for substitutions or add-ons as well.
Please note that if you'd be interested in a package configuration that is not listed, let us know and we will be happy to design a package designed for your individual preferences.
Always be sure to check our promotions to see if we have a current special on a package listed!
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Over the last few years La Paz has improved the quality and quantity of the beaches located along the Malecon within the Ensenada de La Paz. Crews clean the beaches almost daily, fresh sand has been imported and new palapas have been constructed. Despite all the improvements and as lovely as it makes La Paz as a Sea side community, few people opt to swim at the city front beaches. Most locals and tourist choose to make the short drive, taxi or bus ride to the outlying beaches.
is the first beach north out of town. convenient, but still within the harbor. It has been extremely popular with the local crowd as with the new malecon improvements, it's an easy walk from downtown and Club El Moro. The water here gets much better flow with the tide change and is suitable for swimming. The bottom is also clean sand and rock further out. There is some snorkeling here as well for the younger set.
Beach is actually located in Little or Viejo Pichilingue bahia. One beach front palapa serves food and beverages and another restaurant is located across the road with a find upstairs view. This is a small beach compared to some just up the road. A palapa bar there is pretty popular in the hot summer afternoons.
is a huge playa area but does not offer any beachside amenities. Balandra is a less busy beach where young people and families go to enjoy the day to themselves. Parking is limited compared to the available sand space. The sandbar runs completely across the bay allowing you to wade from one side to the other, and half mile away through water usually no deeper the chest high. Balandra is one of the truly remarkable beaches in the La Paz vicinity. Sheltered from wave action from nearly every direction, the water warms early and is very safe for swimmers. The only down side is the occasional stingray and the 12 mile drive from downtown. The famous Diamond Rock of La Paz is located in Balandra. The continued existence of Balandra may be in question as developers threaten to change bay for commercial development. It is a hotly debated issue in La Paz right now, as to legislatively block the development of the bay
Tecolote is the largest and most popular La Paz Beach by far. Two restaurant/bars offer shade palapas and a large number of beach vendors offer refreshments. RV camping is available along with a wide variety of water sports rentals. You can even take a panaga ride to Island Espirity Santo.