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Start in the charming colonial fishing village of Todos Santos.
Cliff walk past active sea lion colony and the ruins of Los Algodones port.
Transfer to La Paz; motorboat to Espiritu Santo Island Eco Camp.
Hike, kayak, swim, paddle or snorkel from the base camp of Espiritu Santo Island.
Free morning for further activities at Espiritu Santo Island; afternoon return to La Paz by boat.
Morning and afternoon whale watching excursions with naturalist guide, alternatively hike, bird watch or relax at camp. Optional afternoon excursion to turtle conservation camp.
Final whale watching excursion and lunch; return to La Paz.
Transfer to San Jose del Cabo, end.