When we started planning to visit some sites in the municipality of La Paz, we were pleasantly surprised by the many unexpected discoveries we encountered. Despite the proximity of El Pescadero, Todos Santos, El Triunfo, and Los Barriles to Los Cabos, we realized a unique way of life here that we had yet to anticipate. This area idealizes the focus on sustainability, rich history, vibrant art, and diverse culture.
Despite its large territory, El Triunfo has a rich history in mining, which is showcased in its museums. This perspective helps to further establish its unique local identity.
Throughout our journey, we set foot in Puerto Chale, which turned out to be the most remote location we ventured to. Despite our lack of prior knowledge about this place, we were thrilled to discover the tranquil landscapes and the incredible presence of frigate birds and various other bird species that congregated there regularly. Moreover, the tales of shipwrecks near Isla Santa Margarita left us spellbound and filled with wonder.
For those of us who reside in Los Cabos, you might be interested to know that unique ecosystems surround us in just a couple of hours or less.
It’s time to prepare your agenda for this summer. We hope you will be as surprised as we were! We can’t wait for you to discover all the fun and adventures that El Pescadero, Todos Santos, El Triunfo, and Los Barriles offer.