Aerobics – Aikido
Surfing Lessons – Day Tours
West African Drumming
Yoga – Dance
Writer and Poetry Groups
Horse-back riding …and
of course there is the
Photo: Howard Ekman
More Baja News When you arrive… to Todos Santos, many activities can be found in the monthly magazine “Journal del Pacifico”
Sky Rides, Aerial Photos and Video, Lessons
Robert Quirk BFI
Basic Flight Instructor
Email: email@example.com / Tel: 01152 1 (612) 141-7026
Looking for that perfect all-girl getaway? We’ve got it right here in Todos Santos at our Baja Surf Camp for Women! We’ve put together a wonderful week that features yoga classes and surf lessons each morning, a fun/indulgent activity each afternoon, and a fabulous dining experience each evening. No organizing, no driving, no cleaning, no commuting – nothing but sun, surf and a sublimely fantastic getaway that’s all about YOU having nothing but FUN!
Now, onto the Beaches…or look for whales
Northwest of town, take Topete north through the palm valley (Callejon) follow the dirt road.
Beautiful, yet watch for the waves and undertow when there is a big swell.
This is best for surfing than for swimming.
North of town, take Topete (as above) The paved road turns to dirt… Go past the
Agua Blanca campground signs. Stunning Beach, best for advanced surfing.
PLAYA PUNTA LOBOS
South of town at Km. 54, then west 1.5 miles to the beach.
A beautiful beach used by the local fisherman, scenic and lovely.
PLAYA LAS PALMAS
South of town at Km. 57, then west for 1.5 miles. One of the best beaches in southern
Baja and also a good swimming beach! The property surrounding the beach
is privately owned
PLAYA SAN PEDRITO
South of town, west at Km. 59, then 1.5 miles to the beach.
PLAYA LOS CERRITOS
Further south of Todos Santos at Km. 64. Take the dirt road 1.5 miles to the beach.
Visit the beach bar, restaurant and showers. A vast stretch of beach, one of the safest
beaches near Todos Santos for swimming, shell collecting or learning to surf!
Fabulous Summer water temperatures for swimming.
Be sensible and mind your valuables.
Have you seen the hidden beach at Rancho El Gaspareno?