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August - May: The whale
August – May: The whale shark is the largest fish in the world, reaching up to 40 feet in length, and weighing as much as 47,000 pounds. There is no risk in swimming with these gentle giants, however, since they subsist solely on plankton. Baja California Sur’s capital city of La Paz is the premier place to indulge in this interactive and unforgettable wildlife adventure, with the majority of swim tours occurring near the tip of the El Mogote peninsula. Complimentary round-trip transportation from Los Cabos is provided by several respected activities providers. To learn more contact us by clicking the LEARN MORE button below
Each Thursday February 7, 14,
Each Thursday February 7, 14, 21, 28th: The historic Distrito del Arte in San José del Cabo takes center stage each Thursday evening during high tourist season – November through June – when residents and visitors alike are invited to stroll its cobblestone streets and peruse the neighborhood’s many eclectic fine arts galleries. Art Walk hours are 5 to 9 p.m., and regional painters, sculptors and photographers are often in attendance. To discover more about this popular event, click the LEARN MORE button.
February 20 - 24:
February 20 – 24: This annual Harley Davidson motorcycle rally features a road trip from Cabo San Lucas to Loreto and back, with a layover in La Paz, and pit stops along the way for gas or for parties and other activities. The festivities kick off with a welcome cruise on Wednesday, Feb. 20, then rev up as the rally leaving the next morning from the Harley Davidson Los Cabos Agency at Puerto Paraiso. To see the rally route map, find out about participating hotels, or for registration information call (624) 143-6787. Click the LEARN MORE button to visit their website.
February 28 - March 5: There
February 28 – March 5: There are two cities that host notable Carnaval celebrations on the Baja California peninsula: Ensenada and La Paz. Carnaval, for the uninitiated, is the Catholic pre-Lenten celebration that captivates Rio de Janeiro and New Orleans each year, although in the latter city it is better known as Mardi Gras. In La Paz, the uninhibited six-day farewell to debauchery is centered on the capital city’s malecón, and includes voluminous food and drink, colorful parades and costumes, plenty of live music from high-profile performers, and the coronation of a festival king and queen. This year’s theme is Grandes Navegantes (Great Navigators). To discover more, click the LEARN MORE button.
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