If you have trouble deciding which of the spectacular golf courses to play, choosing what activities to do after the game will be even more difficult. La Paz has several malls to shop and enjoy delicious local dishes and you can learn more about local culture by visiting the Museum of Anthropology and History, the Whale Museum, the Serpentarium and the Cathedral of Our Lady of La Paz.
In Nicolas Bravo, the Municipal Market, you can find everything from local spices, fruits, vegetables, and fresh fish to homemade food and souvenirs. The Sudacalifornian Artisan Market showcases crafts made from cactus bark, jewelry made with shells and natural soaps made with damiana flowers.
The cuisine in La Paz is varied. There are restaurants that fuse local elements such as shellfish and fish with exotic ingredients such as neem leaves and rose petals. You can also find dishes made with meat often seasoned with damiana, a wild herb of the region.
You can go cycling on the boardwalk of La Paz, walk it to admire the various sculptures, or just stand on it and admire the beautiful sunsets. You can also go on a tour that will take you to beaches such as Pichilinüe, El Tesoro, Tecolate, Balandra with its famous mushroom stone, and more. In La Paz Bay, you can enjoy various water sports or rent a panga for a tour to the islands of the region.
At the Espiritu Santo Island, you can camp, snorkel and dive with unique marine species. Very near this island is Lobera where you can swim with a friendly seal colony. During the months of September to March, whale sharks and gray whales make their expected migration to the Sea of Cortez, offering one more attraction to visitors. There are three fully equipped marinas in La Paz for all types of boats and for anyone who enjoys fishing or wants to explore the fantastic islands.