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                     Loreto Activities / Tours                                                             San Javier Mission Tour

Mission San Javier


 Loreto’s Museo de las Misiones houses a collection of religious artwork, weapons, tools and crafts but the most iconic vestige of the colonial era is the San Javier Mission,  pictured here, 45 minute drive south-west of town. Built in 1699, this stone chapel is remarkably well preserved and there is even a gnarled, 300-year-old olive tree still standing in its gardens.

Rivers and Waterfalls- private van for this tour.


 Hike Canyons and Riverbeds



 Nopolo Golf Course

      Bird Watching-    Booking information in our Library on site.

 Marine Birds



Shore Birds

          More Birds- huge diversity of wildlife in Baja





           Farmer's Market and Sunday Swap meet 

Fresh Cheese and Tamales!

  Mule Rides- saddlingsouth.com   2-6 hour ranch/ mountain ride

Mule RidingDue to its isolation, arid climate, and varied terrain, the Baja California peninsula has evolved some curiously photogenic plants and inland landscapes.  Large cacti such as the Giant Cardon and the Pitahaya Dulce are well represented around Loreto as are hardwood trees such as the Mesquite.  There are an endless number of canyons to be explored that ascend into rugged mountains.  

Bay of Conception +/- Mulege-  Easy day trip- rental car or our private driver


Snorkeling or PADI Diving in the Sea of Cortez