Explore Baja California's desert aboard a rugged Jeep® Wrangler. Your destination is La Candelaria, a small village in the middle of the desert. Once your vehicle is assigned, you’ll set out across the desert caravan-style, following your local guide. Along the drive you’ll be shown some of the local flora and fauna that is found all over Baja.
There are several working ranches along the way, where you’ll see herds of cows and goats roaming the roads. Keep your camera ready as there are many photo opportunities. Driving will be shared among the four guests in the jeep. At La Candelaria, you’ll be served a delicious snack and a soft drink or bottled water at the local boarding school.
You’ll also visit a local artist specializing in pottery. As the pottery is in high demand, there are not always samples available. Rejoin your convoy and continue your exploration down one of Baja's largest river washes until it reaches the Pacific Ocean. At the beach, you’ll have some free time to comb the beach for shells or just relax and watch the waves crashing on the shore. Your return trip to the pier will be along Baja's famed Highway 1.
Note: Participants must be at least 5 years of age. Drivers must be at least 25 and present a valid driver's license. Due to the nature of this tour, pregnant women or guests with any known medical condition or history of illness, including heart condition, knee pain or injury, spinal and or neck pain or injury or any recent injuries should not participate.
Guests must be able to walk approximately 750 yards over uneven dirt surfaces on the walking portion of the tour. Those with mobility issues can rest at the boarding school. All vehicles have manual transmission and a maximum capacity of four passengers per vehicle.