With an early start and substantial breakfast we’ll set off on our paddle crossing to Isla San Jose. The crossing will take two to two and a half hours. A motorized support panga (skiff) follows us to provide added safety and carries the camping gear and supplies. Making landfall we’ll stop for a well earned break and a chance to stretch our legs on the first of many long golden sand beaches that characterize this classic Sea of Cortez desert island and make for perfect walking and beachcombing. After lunch at the water’s edge we’ll paddling for another hour or so before arriving at our campsite. After camp setup, there’s time for a swim, beach walk or simply reading a book. Settle into the relaxing rhythm of Baja kayaking; morning paddles, afternoons spent exploring ashore and in the water, sunset appetizers and dinner followed by nights under a star filled sky.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner