Pueblo Mágico & Artist Colony of southern Baja California
The small town of Todos Santos (recently declared a Magical Village) was founded as a Jesuit mission center in 1730. The place is a fertile oasis close to the Pacific coast that receives fresh water from the nearby Sierra de la Laguna. In colonial times, due to the availability of fresh water and thanks to a cooler and moister climate brought by the Pacific, many subtropical crops such as sugarcane, mangos and cotton were already thriving and thus creating considerable wealth that is still reflected by the mansion around the main square. Today Todos Santos is still a quiet subtropical oasis close to the ocean and maybe because of this it attracted a substantial number of both Mexican and foreign artists offering their work to the visiting tourists. The culture center of Todos Santos which originally used to be a school features mural paintings and now hosts a permanent exhibition about the town's history.
09:30 - Pick up at your hotel in La Paz and overland transfer to Todos Santos.
10:45 - Arrival in Todos Santos and begin of the walking tour to the mission church, the
viewpoint over the oasis, the monument of life and some art galleries.
12:15 - Visit of the Cultural Center and regional museum of Todos Santos.
13:15 - Lunch at a typical café.
14:15 - Return to La Paz
15:30 - Drop off at your hotel in La Paz.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up will be at 9:30 hrs. in the lobby of your hotel in La Paz.
End location: Drop off will be back at your hotel in La Paz.
Duration: 6 hours
1-2 persons: VW Vento 2014 with A/C or for up to 3 persons Chevrolet Trailblazer 2010 with A/C
4-10 persons: Ford Transit 2015 with A/C licensed for tourist transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 MXN - Just for drinks at the restaurant and personal expenses.
All my tours are tailor made and may be customized to meet your needs.