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"Excellent food, excellent guides, excellent experience, excellent gear, excellent camaraderie-- everything was wonderful!" - Hilary | Kayak Coast and Islands Skiff Supported Trip

Once in a lifetime Baja Experiences

The Sea of Cortez is a breathtaking sight, with the southeastern landscape of Baja California Sur running into the bright blue ocean. The desert ridges and canyons around Loreto boast the richest variety of plant and animal life on the peninsula, and the nearby islands and reefs teem with marine life. From the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range to the idyllic coastline and islands, Baja California Sur is a natural paradise for adventurous travelers.

Operated by Paddling South

The Baja trips highlighted below are operated by Paddling South, Sea Trek’s sister company.

Paddling South, known as one of Loreto’s oldest travel companies, was started by Trudi Angell, a respected, long-time local paddler in Baja. Paddling South provides a wonderful suite of self-supported and skiff-supported kayak trips, giving a complete range of experiences suited to any kind of adventure traveler.

Our local partners, Loreto Kayak Tours, have been outfitting Paddling South trips for 15 years. Owner/operators Jorge Salas and Antonio Hernandez, besides being amazing guides, are the boots-on-the-ground, providing local expertise and logistical support to create unforgettable experiences for all our clients.

What kind of paddling experience are you looking for?

This will help you choose the right adventure for you.

Skiff Supported

Skiff-supported trips use a small motor boat, called a panga, to carry all food, equipment, and camping gear. We bring a cooler, upright chairs, and a SUP to use at camp. These trips are great for people looking for a little more comfort while camping on Loreto’s beautiful islands.

Expedition Style

Expedition-style trips are similar to backpacking. Kayaks are loaded with all equipment and food. Guests kayak longer distances daily, spending one night per campsite on one of Loreto’s islands before kayaking to the next.

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Kayak & SUP Private Custom Trips

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Custom Baja trip for you and your family and friends. Kayak or stand-up paddling. Expedition style or skiff supported.

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Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style

$1,795
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Baja
Level 1

Kayak expedition down Baja California’s Sea of Cortez, snorkeling, hiking

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Sea Kayaking and Whale Watching in the Sea of Cortez

Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Expedition Style

$1,995
Non-Members

Baja
Level 1

Whale-watching kayak trip in Baja California with hiking and snorkeling

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kayak from Loreto to La Paz - expedition style

Kayak Loreto to La Paz 10 Day – Expedition Style

$2,195
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Baja
Level 1

Sea kayak expedition with hiking, snorkeling, and sightseeing

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Kayak Mulege to Loreto 10 Day – Expedition Style

$1,995
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Baja
Level 1

A sea kayak expedition in Baja California Sur with hiking and snorkeling

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Kayak tour meditation retreat in Baja California

Meditation Retreat and Kayak Classic Islands – Skiff Supported

$2,995
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Baja
Level 1

Kayak tour based in meditation, self-discovery, and more with Mark Coleman

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Kayak coast and islands

Kayak Coasts & Islands – Skiff Supported

$1,995
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Baja
Level 1

Skiff supported, six day adventure kayaking through the islands and coast of Baja

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Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported

$2,195
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Baja
Level 1

Whale-watching kayak trip in Baja California with hiking and snorkeling

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Kayak Coasts & Islands 4-Day – Skiff Supported

$1,695
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Baja
Level 1

Skiff supported, 4 day adventure kayaking through the islands and coast of Baja

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Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching 4-Day – Skiff Supported

$1,895
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Baja
Level 1

A 4-day whale-watching kayak trip in Baja California with hiking and snorkeling

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the plane ticket?

Round-trip flights from/to Los Angeles can cost $450 – $750. Flying from San Francisco are an
additional $150.

I’ve never kayaked before – can I do these trips?

These trips are fine for beginners. Our guides are experienced kayak instructors in the off-season who enjoy teaching and sharing all the skills and safety techniques that you need and want to know.  Many clients tell us that the time spent with them in the afternoons often is the richest part of their trip, with many folks advancing several levels during the course of their week with us!

That said, participants should be in reasonable physical shape and be ready to paddle for 2 – 3 hours each day.  If you are on either our Loreto to La Paz trip or our Mulege to Loreto trip you may be paddling as much as 5 hours per day.  More importantly, you should enjoy the experience of camping and “roughing it” outdoors. Signing up for a Baja trip lets you take our Intro to Sea Kayaking Class in Sausalito for half price.

How much do we paddle each day?

Daily mileage varies depending on the trip. On Classic Islands or Whale Watching trips, our longest stretch between campsites is 6 – 7 miles. On the Family Base Camp trips, we paddle and use the panga; distance will depend on the age and energy level of the kids.

The mileage listed is when we move as a group. Often afternoons are free for those who want more paddling time or you are welcome to take a boat out early and greet the sunrise. It’s the best seat in the house!

What’s the weather like?

We offer trips between October and early May, when Baja is mostly sunny and daytime temperatures are in the 70s – 80s. In February and early March, evening temperatures can cool down into the 50s.

Can I drink the water in Baja?

Loreto has a water treatment facility and the town’s water is drinkable, but to be extra safe we recommend drinking bottled water when in town. Local hotels provide bottled water. Water provided on the kayak trip comes directly from a water purification plant.

What’s the food like?

Delicious and healthy backcountry cuisine is our specialty, and clients are consistently amazed by the variety and quality of our meals. After hors d’oeuvres and a cold beverage for happy hour, you will be treated nightly to original Mexican platters, seafood, local vegetables and fruits, and dessert. A nice hot drink like coffee and Kahlua (or perhaps herbal tea) is perfect for watching the nightly star show!

Breakfasts and lunches are likewise healthy and tasty, with local fare alongside familiar foods from the States. If you ever want a snack, energy bars, fruit juices, cold mineral waters, and local nuts and fruits are always on hand. Of course, the local tortillas, fresh handmade ceviche, and guacamole and chips with a Pacifico chaser are the most requested items on any trip, and you will never forget them!

Vegetarian and gluten free diets can be accommodated, with delicious and fulfilling meals for you at every turn being our goal and mission.

What sort of clothes do I need?

This is Baja, so a few changes of beachwear, some warmer extra layers for evenings and early mornings, some town clothes, and a long-sleeve shirt and pair of pants with sun protection are all the clothes you’ll need.  Footwear should be well-suited for water activities–sandals or booties should protect the bottom and sides of your feet for paddling, tide-pooling, and general water time. In addition, a light pair of walking or running shoes is good to have for non-water time on the islands. Heavier hiking shoes are overkill for the terrain we encounter on our route.

A shade hat is indispensable, along with a visor or baseball type hat for wearing while paddling on breezier days. Most folks enjoy the cultural interaction of going out in town on their first afternoon in Loreto and purchasing one of the beautiful and inexpensive handmade straw sombreros.

We’ll send a thorough packing list with your sign-up confirmation email.

What is the bathing situation?

Our standard protocol is to wash off in the sea with a biodegradable salt water soap such as Camp Suds, which leaves no salty sticky feeling afterwards. We bring a large amount of purified drinking water along. You’re welcome to use some of this in your water bottle to give your face a fresh water rinse off.

There are always two sanitary hand washing stations in separate locations in camp for maintaining general hygiene, cleanliness and personal comfort.

What is the toilet setup on these trips?

Every year, our clients compliment us on the comfort, vistas, and ingenuity associated with our toilet arrangements. We are proud to be camping in a pristine wilderness environment, on islands with almost no permanent structures of any kind. We remove all waste that we generate, and leave no footprint or impact for those that follow us.

The panga carries our portable toilet system. Our staff sets up the bathroom in a designated site that is private, and we’ve created a system to communicate whether it’s occupied or available. The toilets are emptied and cleaned frequently, and there is a sanitary hand washing station nearby with disinfectant soap. Plenty of toilet paper is provided.

Should I tip my guide?

If you would like to express your appreciation to the guides through a gratuity, please know that such recognition would be enthusiastically received. The industry standard for tipping is approximately 10-20 percent of the trip cost. All tips received will be collected and equally disbursed amongst your guides by the trip leader.

42 years leading Baja Adventures with thousands of happy customers

We give you more than just a tour!

Our local staff combines knowledge, skill, and friendly service to make you feel at home on land and sea. Traveling along the remote coast or from island to island, learn about Baja’s natural history, enjoy great meals with priceless views, and share in the camaraderie of an exceptional outdoor adventure.

What our Clients are Saying

We have been helping people of all ages have fun on the water for over 40 years! 
See what our guests have to say about Sea Trek and Paddling South.

Baja

kayak & sup private custom trips

Words cannot express how wonderful this experience was. I went on the paddleboarding excursion with a friend in November. The weather was perfect! The paddling was amazing. The guides were helpful, knowledgeable professional and made sure that every camper got what they were expecting from the trip. We camped on the most beautiful beaches, snorkeled some beautiful spots, went fishing and diving and hiking. Such a full featured experience. I am changed forever. Can't wIt to go back and do it again!!! Worth every penny!!!!

Lisa W
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Lisa W

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands & whale watching – skiff supported

Excellent food, excellent guides, excellent experience, excellent gear, excellent camping, excellent snorkeling, excellent camaraderie -- everything was wonderful! I had a great time! I feel like a new person! The whale watching was great, we also saw dolphins, pelicans and a variety of other animals. I highly recommend Sea Trek Baja trips for solo, couples and families -- you will be thrilled that you did it.

hhlleeo23
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

hhlleeo23

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands – skiff supported

This was my 3rd trip with Sea Trek in Baja. My wife and I have gone twice and I went once by myself. I love this place. Beautiful water, desert mountains, cool wildlife and it is in Mexico, a warm and charming culture. Steve, the Baja Big Cheese, has a knack for picking awesome staff. These are the kind of people I wish I had here at home to hang out with. My only complaint is that the trip is too short.

Mark S
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Mark S

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands & whale watching – expedition style

The Classic Island and Whale Watch tour was an incredible experience. The guides were pleasant, organized, knowledgeable, accommodating, and excellent chefs! Each individual in our group was asked what they were most interested in doing/seeing during the tour and our guides delivered. We have already recommended Sea Trek to friends and family.

Greg
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Greg

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands & whale watching – skiff supported

Three friends and I were dazzled by this group of professional, safety minded people. Advice is freely given by all and it is good advice. Amazing food - think fish caught and made into scrumptious meals like clams on the half shell and ceviche. Star gazing with stories about the constellations, going to sleep with the sounds of blue whales, jumping into the boats and racing to get in the middle of a school of dolphins who played in the wake. Kayak trips at different levels for those of us who are not as skilled but still want the adventure. It was all fabulous. I would recommend this trip to anyone who enjoys paddling, sleeping on the beach, and good company. As a group of over sixties, we felt well taken care of and safe. Keep up the good work, Sea Trek. You are a jewel.

Barbara Maher
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Barbara Maher

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands – expedition style

Sea Trek makes you feel welcomed and cared for as soon as you arrive in Loretto. Actually, as soon as you call them months in advance to ask about trip details. The kayaking is beautiful, the sea life swimming beside and below you - whales, dolphins, eels.... The food fresh and tasty, changing each day. An incredible, experience; easy to make the trip what you want... adventurous or relaxing, you choose... they make it happen.

Gringa D
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Gringa D

5/5stars
Baja

kayak & sup private custom trips

We took the SUP option for paddling out to and around these beautiful islands in the Sea of Cortez. I was very glad we did, as SUPing is what we're used to when paddling at home, and it provides a great vantage down through the clear water, a full-body workout, and for me more comfort than sitting. We definitely weren't slowing down the group, and several others wanted to try it out from camp. It was easy to hop on the SUPs just to get a little morning exercise, to find the best snorkeling, and for an absolutely amazing Bioluminescence paddle. This was a wonderful trip. And a side benefit was how pretty, friendly and easy Loreto is.

bill3west
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

bill3west

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands & whale watching – expedition style

Our kayaking camping trip from Loreto Mexico was an amazing nature experience. Sea Trek did a great job with answering all the pre-trip questions from my wife and I. The trip itself from Loreto to the islands of Danzante and Carmen was rich in marine and bird life and seeing the blue whales (again and again!) was life altering. The guides were truly experts and a pleasure to be with whether in the water or on a day hike. The meals were yummy, often including a fresh catch of the day. And then there is that celestial night sky…..We want to go back!

Curiosity60282304734
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Curiosity60282304734

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands & whale watching – skiff supported

Seatrek provided a memorable experience! Joey Heusler, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable about whales and with the Seatrek staff, took us to Magdalena Bay, where we had two trips out to see the Gray whales with their calves, and then on to the Sea of Cortez for a four day kayaking and camping trip on the islands. We saw eight Blue Whales, including one passing right by our island camp! A first time for most of us. The food prepared by the staff was wonderful and everything was done for our safety and comfort. Could not recommend this trip more highly!

RudiDundas
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

RudiDundas

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands – expedition style

I did a sea trek meditation retreat in Baja this season. From the very start all communication was timely, friendly and organised. Once I arrived in Loreto they were very accommodating. The kayaks were good kayaks and the guides incomparable. Cannot recommend Sea Trek and Baja enough. Thank you for helping making this experience the trip of a life time for me.

Leeanne Ford
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Leeanne Ford

5/5stars
Baja

kayak coasts & islands – expedition style

The guides were amazing; the scenery breathtaking; the food outstanding. Can't say enough good things - I HIGHLY recommend it!!

Suzy W
Rated 4.9/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Suzy W

5/5stars

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    Feb 14, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching 4-Day – Skiff Supported$1,895
    Feb 7, 2025Feb 21, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching 4-Day – Skiff Supported$1,895
    Feb 23, 2025Feb 28, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching 4-Day – Skiff Supported$1,895
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    Apr 27, 2025Apr 30, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands 4-Day – Skiff Supported$1,695
    Feb 18, 2024Feb 23, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
    Mar 3, 2024Mar 8, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
    Feb 2, 2025Feb 7, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
    Feb 9, 2025Feb 14, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
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    Feb 23, 2025Feb 28, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
    Mar 2, 2025Mar 7, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Skiff Supported$2,195
    Mar 31, 2024Apr 5, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands – Skiff Supported$1,995
    Apr 28, 2024May 3, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands – Skiff Supported$1,995
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    May 11, 2025May 16, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Skiff Supported$1,995
    Nov 3, 2024Nov 8, 2024Meditation Retreat and Kayak Classic Islands – Skiff Supported$2,995
    Nov 17, 2024Nov 26, 2024Kayak Mulege to Loreto 10 Day – Expedition Style$1,995
    Mar 30, 2025Apr 8, 2025Kayak Mulege to Loreto 10 Day – Expedition Style$1,995
    Mar 18, 2024Mar 27, 2024Kayak Loreto to La Paz 10 Day – Expedition Style$2,195
    Oct 21, 2024Oct 30, 2024Kayak Loreto to La Paz 10 Day – Expedition Style$2,195
    Mar 17, 2025Mar 26, 2025Kayak Loreto to La Paz 10 Day – Expedition Style$2,195
    Feb 19, 2024Feb 24, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Expedition Style$1,995
    Mar 3, 2024Mar 8, 2024Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Expedition Style$1,995
    Feb 2, 2025Feb 7, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Expedition Style$1,995
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    Mar 2, 2025Mar 7, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands & Whale Watching – Expedition Style$1,995
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    Jan 26, 2025Jan 31, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
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    Mar 16, 2025Mar 21, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
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    Mar 30, 2025Apr 4, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
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    Apr 20, 2025Apr 25, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
    Apr 27, 2025May 2, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
    May 4, 2025May 9, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795
    May 11, 2025May 16, 2025Kayak Coasts & Islands – Expedition Style$1,795