Todos Santos Eco Adventures is the leading eco adventure company in Baja California Sur. Since 2002 we’ve been sharing our passion for the phenomenal natural beauty, unique culture, and extraordinary wildlife of Baja. Our award-winning trips have been featured in National Geographic, the London Times, Outside Magazine, Coastal Living, Condé Nast Traveler, Forbes, Playboy, Sunset Magazine, Lonely Planet, Luxury Latin America, El Universal, The Globe and Mail, The Dallas Morning News and Everett Potter’s Travel Report. The Baja peninsula is comprised of an amazing collection of diverse eco systems, and we create adventures that allow visitors to explore – and help conserve – the oceans, deserts, mountains, islands, estuaries, dunes, coastlines and mangroves that support one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. We own and operate two luxury tent camps, one in the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve and the other on Isla Espiritu Santo in the Sea of Cortez.
Our guides and instructors are all residents of Baja who have a deep knowledge and love for the area, and take great pride in sharing their knowledge and expertise. All TOSEA guides are certified Wilderness First Responders, have NOM-9 certification for naturalist guides from the local environmental protection agency, are Leave No Trace certified by NOLS, and are highly trained in open water kayak rescue and aquatic safety. Our whole team is dedicated to superior customer service, safety, and – let’s just say it – having as much fun as possible! When you travel with Todos Santos Eco Adventures, you don’t just visit Baja, you live Baja.
At TOSEA we are committed to the health and well-being of the local environment. Among other actions, we have eliminated single-use plastics in our business and procurement practices, and we’re working towards becoming carbon neutral. We are members of the Adventure Travel Conservation Fund and our nominated project, Desplastifícate Todos Santos y Pescadero, won a grant in 2018 to help eliminate single-use plastics and styrofoam in our community. But for us the local environment covers not only the local ecosystems, but the people and businesses of Baja California Sur as well. We work closely with and support local individuals and businesses including the local fishing cooperatives along the Pacific coastline, the ranchers and burreros of the Sierra La Laguna mountains, local and independent adventure professionals, and locally owned and operated art galleries, shops, restaurants, hotels, and nonprofit organizations working for the betterment of the local community. We are proud sponsors of several local festivals, as well as local boxing, cycling, soccer and baseball clubs.
We have published three books, Baja Blooms: The Gardens of Los Colibris Casitas, Birding in Baja California Sur and Cooking Adventures in Baja California Sur. We are members of the Adventure Travel Trade Association, the Family Travel Association, the Educational Travel Community, the Adventure Travel Conservation Fund and Amigos de la Costa de Todos Santos. We are the creators of the Todos Santos Christmas Bird Count Circle, part of the Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count census that has been in place in the Western Hemisphere for over a century.