CORONADOS ISLAND TOUR, LORETO BAJA
Isla Coronados is an inactive volcano. Andesite and Basalt flows shape the walls that make up the Eastern side, while decaying ancient coral reef composes the Western side and makes the beautiful white sand beaches.
It’s never 100% safe to swim with wild animals however we’ve never had an incident during our tours. Of course we keep a safe distance from their rocks and don’t try to pet them. Its wonderful to snorkel near their colony and watch them zoom by and play with eachother.
Yes indeed we do. We provide a round trip shuttle for you and your family, from Villas Del Palmar, to Loreto for $1,200.00 pesos. You can add this service when you fill out the booking form.
Swimming with dolphins or whales in the Sea of Cortez is not permitted. If a dolphin passes by while we are in the water, no worries; however, they probably won’t stay for long as they tend to be shy with swimmers. They enjoy swimming along the boat’s bow and leaping out of the water in the bow wake.
Yes! Tipping is a standard practice and very much appreciated. While there’s a huge range as to how much to tip, 10-15% of your trips total is a safe bet