The camp is open from June to September.

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andrea@bajacamp.com
Isla di Espiritu Santo, Baja California, Mexico
Baja Camp

Isla di Espiritu Santo, Baja California, Mexico
Andrea Tamagnini - Baja Camp
The Isle of Espiritu Santo is a natural reserve, uninhabited by humans. The camp is situated on one of the most beautiful bays on the island approximately. a two hour boat ride from the La Paz marina. The abundance of fish and shell fish in the Sea of Cortez allows you to go trolling and drift fishing bringing to the dinner table a veritable seafood feast every night. You can swim among groups of seals in the warm and transparent water. The camp provides kayaks which allow you to linger in wonderful solitude within the clear and deep inlets where the only sound you hear is the splashing of boat paddles. For those who love trekking or hiking, it is also possible to follow trails through the various canyons of the island which are scattered with rock formations and beautiful cacti, making for some magnificent views. During the months of July, August and September those who love scuba-diving can do so and dive among manta rays, hammer head sharks and whale sharks. The island is a real paradise also for boys and children who will have an unforgettable holiday adventures surround with nature,sea life, pristine water and relax parent to spend a real quality time with them.

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Availability
The camp can have a maximum of 10 people at a time which will allow groups of friends with or without children to have a truly wonderful vacation.


Temperature
Month max min
May 27 18
June 30 22
July 37 25
August 42 28
September 35 25
October 30 22
My brother Luca Tamagnini has published a three hundred-page photographic book full of exciting off-season coastal views: the coasts and the sea of Sardinia as you’ve never seen them before. Click to look inside
www.photoatlante.it/ sito_pa/sardinia.html

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