North Americans love to escape to the Islands of Loreto, Mexico for its visual appeal and culture. Those who are fond of nature are sure to appreciate the many sites and wonders found on these islands. Although there is much to do while visiting the Islands of Loreto in Baja, California in Mexico you might want to consider these activities in order to have the best day out on the Islands of Loreto.
Loreto’s Farmers Market
This market is not your average fruit and vegetables store. Located north of Loreto in Mimar, this market is known for high quality fruit and vegetables that can not be found in other supermarkets. You can also shop for cuts of meat, clothing, arts and crafts, and souvenirs while you’re there for your best day out on the Islands of Loreto.
Parque Marino Nacional Bahía de Loreto (Loreto National Marine Park)
You won’t want to miss this attraction while having your best day out on the Islands of Loreto! The Loreto National Marine Park contains a lovely collection of flora and marine life that makes for a very entertaining underwater art show. It is recommended you schedule a tour of this park in the early hours of the day.
Cool Cave Art
Not much information is known about the cave paintings found near the Islands of Loreto. All that is known is the paintings were made around 1500 years ago, and they are UNESCO-protected. If you are a fan of ancient art, this is a must see.
Join a boat tour and get ready to see some of the most magnificent water creatures around. If you are on the Islands of Loreto during the winter months, you can get a chance to schedule a fishing or whale watching trip. The best months of the year see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is between December and mid-March.
Non-Motorized Water Sports
There are a variety of non-motorized sports to help you pass the time away while having your best day out on the Islands of Loreto. You can go kayaking, diving, snorkeling, paddle-boarding, and more when you make these adventures a part of your best day out on the Islands of Loreto.
Playa Coyotes and Playa La Perla are two of the most frequently visited islands of Loreto. You can also visit Isla Danzante which is 2.5 miles away from Loreto and can be reached by kayak or through north Loreto to Conception Bay. No matter which beach you visit, you will love the beautiful scenery as you pass time away.