Sierra La Laguna Two-Days, One-Night

Sierra La Laguna Two-Day/One-Night Hike


Sierra La Laguna Two Day/One Night Adventure

Overview of the Biosphere Reserve
The Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve is one of Baja´s most beautiful but least explored areas. Part of an island off the coast of Baja 10 million years ago, the Reserve is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. Reflecting it's long history of island isolation, almost 25% of plants and 10% of animals found in the Reserve are endemic to the area, i.e, they are not found anywhere else on the planet. In a recent study in the Reserve, scientists documented entirely new species of plants and insects that had never been seen before, and they believe there are many more yet to be discovered. In addition to wildlife such as mountain lions, mule deer, gophers and badgers, a wonderful array of birdlife inhabits the reserve, including the endemic cape pygmy owl, Xantus hummingbird and Belding´s yellowthroat.

This 2-day/1 night trip is the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty and magic of the Sierras, without committing so much valuable vacation time. On day 1 we drive to a secluded, private ranch in the Sierras and set up camp. We spend the rest of that day hiking canyons with lush pools and waterfalls. Throughout the walk we are surrounded by magnificent flora and fauna. This is an easy, 4-hour walk with no climbing and just a small amount of walking over boulders. When we return to camp you can rinse away the efforts of the day with a warm shower, then enjoy the terrific dinner – accompanied by delicious Baja wines – that the guide will prepare for you. 

On day 2 we wake up to a fantastic Mexican breakfast. We´ll then set out to look for some of the bird species that are unique to the Sierras, and enjoy an invigorating hike in the lower foothills of the Sierras. We´ll be back to Todos Santos by 4:00 PM.

The Two-Day/One-Night Hike is $200/person for 2 people and $175/person for 3 or more people. The price includes:
  • Roundtrip trailhead transportation
  • All meals from lunch on Day 1 through lunch on Day 2
  • Experienced, bilingual naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder
  • Sun showers and compost toilets
  • Dome tents and therma rests. We encourage people to bring their own sleeping bags but we can supply if necessary.