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Espiritu Santo Island 

Full Day Tour

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Adult: $1,800 MXN / $100 USD

Children (5-11 years old): $1450 MXN / $80 USD

 

Duration: 7 hours

Minimum 4 adult passengers

 

Espíritu Santo Island is home to a colony of over 300 friendly sea lions. Join us on our scenic boat tour so you can catch a glimpse of the frigate bird colony at San Gabriel bay and view the beautiful rock formations the Island has to offer. We will take you snorkeling in crystal clear water, then stop for a delicious lunch on one of the island’s pristine beaches. After your meal, you can test your skills on our paddleboards or just lay back on one of our comfy inflatable beach chairs and enjoy the turquoise view.

 

What is included:

  • Lunch (fish ceviche with tostadas, ham and cheese sandwiches, pasta salad, diced fruit, granola bars, cookies and chips)

  • Drinks (water and soft drinks) – Please note: In order to reduce the use of disposable plastics, reusable bottles can be purchased for $ 40 MXN ($2 USD) at our office. If you already have a reusable water bottle, we encourage you to bring it on the tour

  • Photos taken by your guide will be sent to you by email at no additional cost

  • Snorkel equipment is provided (fins, mask, tuba and life jacket)

  • Paddleboards will be available for use at the beach

  • Umbrellas, beach chairs and air loungers will be provided for your comfort

  • Permits and bracelets for access to Natural Protected Areas

  • You will be accompanied by a bilingual guide, certified in first aid

  • Wetsuits.

What is not included:

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Tips are at your discretion, but greatly appreciated

 

We recommend the use of biodegradable sunscreen to help with the preservation of coral reefs. You can purchase biodegradable lotion at our office for $200 MXN ($12 USD).

 

We recommend bringing a towel, a hat and sunglasses. We recommend you bring a jacket or sweater during winter months as well. Water-shoes are not necessary, but can come in handy.

 

* Certain swimming restrictions may apply during the summer months (June, July and August) due to the sea lion’s breeding season. The snorkeling activity may take place at a different site.