La Paz has recently become a renowned nautical destination for some of the most famous superyachts due to its state-of-the-art infrastructure and much more.
An island complex and World Heritage Site; pristine beaches, considered the most beautiful in Mexico and some of the best in the world; unforgettable sunsets across the bay; peaceful strolls by the coastal promenade known as Malecón; outstanding restaurants and facilities worthy of the state’s capital have turned this city into a trendy destination that you don’t want to miss.
La Paz is the only place where you can swim with a family of whale sharks, snorkel with playful sea lions, dive with tens of hammerhead sharks, enjoy the best glamping in Mexico and have a drink under the fiery red sky by the Sea of Cortez.
The World’s Aquarium
That is what Jacques Cousteau called the majestic Sea of Cortez. It is considered one of the five largest marine ecosystems of highest productivity and biological diversity in the world.
Within its waters lie approximately one hundred islands and a number of islets.
The beaches of the islands in the Sea of Cortez are a refuge for colonies of sea lions, birds, and other species endemic to Baja California Sur.