Todos Santos (inland oasis) is an exhibition in contrasts unlike any other in the Baja. This turn of the century sugar cane milling town has been transformed into a thriving artists’ colony. A modern day oasis, the town overlooks a verdant palm grove, brackish streams, and the twinkling ocean in the distance, but the real sights are right in its streets.
You’ll take a scenic drive along the Pacific Coastline of the Baja Peninsula, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre mountain range. In season, you may even spot Gray whales as they migrate along the coast. As you arrive to Todos Santos, you’ll be swept away by the palm trees, the river running through the town, and the typical houses set up in the gardens.
The regional anthropological museum is the first of the historical buildings and homes that we’ll visit on the tour, and we’ll explore the colorful personalities and global forces that brought them into being. Also enjoy browsing the galleries of Mexican curios, visiting the beautiful mission and historic center, and make a stop at the illustrious Hotel California, Don Henley’s inspiration for the famous Eagles Song of the same name. Enjoy free time for lunch and shopping before returning to Los Cabos.
Runs: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 9:00AM
Duration: 6 Hours approximately