Todos Santos rises on a plateau at the shores of the Sierra de la Laguna between the green palm trees, avocados, mangos, cane plantations and sown fields of the Valle del Pilar.
At barely 3km from the Pacific Ocean Todos Santos offers to the visitors, beautiful beaches added to an amazing climate and a first world gastronomy, making this destination a practically required stop to all Baja adventures.
The connoisseurs of art will not find a better place to shop than Todos Santos, between sculptures and paintings of the established artists of the region, to the wonderful crafts jewelry pieces, and other local hand made crafts, you’ll find a world of color and quality without limits.
In addition to the delightful lobster, shrimp, fish or clam based local dishes Todos Santos is known by its typical candies made out of fruits from the region in several presentations, so besides enjoying a good restaurant we suggest to take a quick stop in one of Todos Santos little shops to acquire these delights that will also make excellent gifts four your loved ones, let your personal Todos Santos tour Guide to show you the best of this magical town .
Some of the most popular activities are the visits to the church of La Mision, the museum with invaluable pieces of the history of Baja California Sur, as well as the ecological trips guided by La Reserva de la Biosfera de la Sierra de la Laguna.
Instead of taking a bus, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the Baja scenery in a recent model Suburban and a private driver.
It is no mystery that Todos Santos has been discovered as a hidden treasure of southern Baja. It’s charming setting and outstanding natural beauty delights visitors from around the globe yearly. Many of these visitors our on a day trip from Los Cabos and might wander the streets of this sleepy town – making a stop at the famous Hotel California and local shops nearby. However, for the astute traveler Todos Santos can be a jumping off point to some truly unique experiences beyond souvenir shopping and café visits.
Whales can be viewed during the whale season!
Local outfitters Todos Santos Eco Adventures is a very well staffed and experienced options for the traveler wanting more out of their stay. Have you ever wanted to swim with majestic whale sharks? Play with young sea lions in the Sea of Cortez? Kayak a secluded bay? Snorkeling on a spectacular protected reef? Watching and even petting whales? It’s all possible and part of capturing the Baja magic!
Kayaking the clear waters of a Baja bay
For the aquatically challenged, what about local Mezcal tasting? Culinary classes? Blanket making? Horseback riding on the beach? Camping in the beautiful Sierra Laguna mountain range? These affordable trips and options can be reserved ahead of time to get the most out of your trip.
Todos Santos Blanket Making
The local knowledge found with the day guides is a valuable behind the scenes look into Baja life. Sipping in the ambiance of some lesser known places and sights is a rewarding experience. Even well traveled Baja visitors might be surprised by some of the places still unseen. Have you been mesmerized by the Hexagon Caves? How about stumbling upon the semi-ghost town Coroscos?
Coroscos Tour – Hexagon Caves of Baja Sur
If you’ve got some time to plan your Baja journey, why not review some of the seasonal or intermittent activities in the area? Surfer girls in the making might enjoy the Baja Surf Camp for Women. How about getting your inner marine biologist on with the Sea Turtle Camp?
Sea Turtle Release
The inviting town of Todos Santos is an adventure in the making and truly a worthwhile stop for those seeking great stories to share!