Things to do around Paraiso del Mar
The Paraiso del Mar boasts of being strategically located in Mexico La Paz. The place offers everything beautiful about the country with seafood in plenty and culture presented at its best. Also, the nature in the area is mind-blowing. There are endless things to do in La Paz.
Swimming in the clear blue ocean with whale sharks during October through to April offers the perfect chance of being closet to the earth largest fish. The best place to enjoy the swimming with whales is along the famous El Mogote peninsula. Indulge also in feeding the planktons. Taking a boat trip around the peninsula of El Mogote ensure you have a candid moment with a whale shark.
Around the Paraiso del Mar you may enjoy a game or two of golf with your friends and other tourists.
Other things to do include kayaking, Playing sand volleyball, playing with sand on the beach or just relaxing and hanging out right by the vocational rental pool. The place boasts of being renowned for various sport fishing activities. Only on the offshore of the Paraiso del Mar, we have the protected uninhabited sanctuary island the Isla Espiritu Santo. The La Paz magical island also has numerous secluded coves that provide the perfect water charm.
Additionally, the island is ideal for snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, swimming and catching of tropical fish. Kayaking to the Mushroom Rock at the Balandra beach ensures you enjoy the symbol of La Paz. The mangrove forest along the same shore crowns your beach actives in the area. Paddling to the mangrove area offers a breezy and connection time with the ocean at its best enjoying the white sand and turquoise water.
The exquisiteness of La Paz gives you an opportunity to enjoy the pure bliss of culture, shopping, cuisines, arts and nightlife. Walk around the town area for unforgettable nightlife that includes dancing, street music and steer food all near your alluring vocational rental. Take time checking out the Museo de la Ballena, an attractive museum entirely dedicated to whales. At night, the waterfront restaurants offer the perfect chance to declare your love again, and the 12 bronze and dotted sculptures well placed along the way makes the place just captivating.
Surrounded by charismatic things to do Paraiso del Mar La Paz gives you nice touches to your relaxed holiday vibe and sophisticated vacation rentals.
LA PAZ ACTIVITIES
If you are thinking of one of the idyllic La Paz vacation rentals, you will be near stunning beaches as well as golfing. There is a mountain nearby, the Sierra De La Laguna, where Baja becomes rugged, and the natural beauty of the area creates a magical feeling. Known for eco-tourism, La Paz delivers the breathtaking outdoors. Beaches
Play on the beach or don your snorkeling gear for a day of fun. Called “the world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau, the Sea of Cortez offers much sea life to see.
Malecón off downtown
You can swim from the beach off this downtown promenade. It spans 2.5 miles and contains a sculpture of Jacques Cousteau as well as sculptures of sea creatures, such as whales and dolphins. Isla Espiritu Santo
Getting there is a ride on the calm water of the Sea of Cortez. As a UNESCO biosphere reserve, Isla Espiritu Santo and the surrounding islands are part of a national park.
You’ll see a plethora of colorful and vivid fish as you snorkel its waters. Sea lions often swim with the visitors here in the inlets off of Los Islotes.
You can book a day tour through one of the operators, such as Cortez Club or Sunrider Tours. Playa Balandra
Shallow waters make this beach ideal for families. It is located about 20 minutes north of the city. Snorkel along the rocks and mangroves or get your kayak and paddleboard and explore the mangrove passages. El Tecolote
With its deeper waters, swimmers enjoy this beach, a short distance from Playa Balandra. You can snorkel here as well and renting equipment is possible with the shops nearby. Tecolote also has restaurants where you can grab your lunch. El Caimancito
Although built up, the waters of the beach are calm, and the sand is white and pristine.
Malecón off downtownSnorkeling With the Whale Sharks
Fifteen minutes by boat and you can snorkel or swim with whale sharks, gentle creatures that eat plankton, not people. You’ll take a tour boat out there; be sure to follow the guides, as these sharks are protected.
Avid golfers can find courses right around the city, with a variety of tee times.
PARAISO DEL MAR – Desert Course
This course offers games for all skill levels. It’s 18 holes and scenic backdrop will provide the beauty and challenge needed for a great game.
Other courses include:
- The Golf Club at El Mogote (La Paz)
- La Paz Golf Club
Mountains and Lakes
Bike or hike the area of the Sierra la Laguna mountains that run through Baja. This range of mountains stretches from the city to Los Cabos to the south. Enjoy pristine beauty in its natural state as well as stunning views. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll be surrounded by diverse plants and animals. Views such plants as low-growing cacti and succulents as well as herbs such as damiana and oregano. The area is also known as a cloud forest.
Your local lake is the calmer waters of the Sea of Cortez, ideal for kayaking and paddleboarding.
Vacation rentals in this paradise will give you to chance to rest in the comfort and privacy of your home after a busy day exploring all that this fabulous eco-touring destination offers.