Things To Do In La Paz

La Paz is located on the Sea of Cortez in Mexico’s Baja region and is known as the City of Peace and Abundance. The Mexican city is blessed with natural landscapes and cultural wonders, which offer tourists a combination of beauty, infrastructure, and charm. 

The city is famous for its gorgeous beaches, traditional cuisine, comfortable climate, and unspoiled outdoors. There is an almost endless number of wonders to explore in La Paz.

The city boasts a wealth of local shops, art and history museums, restaurants serving authentic Baja cuisine, locally made wines, and a culture unique to the Mexican locale.

Explore The Sea Of Cortez

The Sea Of Cortez

Jacques Cousteau called the Sea of Cortez “the world’s aquarium,” thanks to its diverse ecosystems. Snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding, scuba diving, kayaking, boating, and deep-sea fishing give you a chance to see this amazing body of water in all its glory.

Kayak And Camp At The Isla Espiritu Santo

The Isla Espiritu Santo is a truly special place to spend a night in La Paz. Tourists can sleep under the stars and learn about the area’s animal species.

The Isla Espiritu Santo is home to 32 types of reptiles along with nearly 100 bird species. The entire area is UNESCO-protected, which helps keep the animals and landscape safe from harm. 

Dine On Fresh Seafood

The Baja region is famous for its seafood cuisine. Tourists can dine on freshly caught and prepared seafood at local establishments. Many small restaurants will serve up freshly caught seafood earlier in the day.

The Pichilingue Beach coastline is perfect for seafood lovers. One local favourite is Baja-style ceviche served alongside cold beer in a salt-rimmed glass with some lime juice.

Los Paceños Hospitality

Los Paceños are the locals that live in La Paz. Residents eagerly welcome visitors to La Paz to show off their beautiful city. Tourists will feel the hospitality not long after arriving. This warm feeling will be felt when visiting restaurants and shops around La Paz. 

Fishing In The Sea Of Cortez

Sportfishing is one of the reasons tourists head to the Baja region. The activity is world-famous and attracts visitors from all over the globe. The Sea of Cortez has a variety of fish to catch, including marlin, roosterfish, dorado, and yellowtail. 

Scuba Dive And Snorkel With Sharks

The Sea of Cortez’s diverse ecosystem is home to sharks, most notably the whale shark. Tourists can scuba dive and snorkel in the waters of the Sea of Cortez to interact with the whale sharks that occupy the waters. Whale sharks are known as gentle giants and offer travellers unique experiences on holiday to La Paz.

Eat The World’s Best Hotdogs

Locals and tourists can’t get enough of the hotdogs made at La Paz’s local “hotdogueros”. La Paz’s hot dogs are famous and some of the most delicious around. The La Paz-style hotdog comes wrapped in mouthwatering bacon and is covered with grilled onions, peppers, and jalapeno ketchup.

La Paz’s Nightlife

La Paz’s nightlife is thriving, and the city comes to life after dark. Tourists will find pulsating nightclubs, relaxing bars, and comfortable cantinas.

One of La Paz’s most famous nightclubs is Red XS. Tourists seeking a bar on the beach will find plenty of great options, including Salsipuedes and La Esquina. La Paz’s nightclubs and bars feature live music and cold beers. 

Costa Baja Day

The Costa Baja Resort is the city’s ultimate beachside resort and spa. Tourists will find the resort a mere 10 minutes from downtown La Paz. The Costa Baja Day is situated on the gorgeous Sea of Cortez, and it overlooks a marina filled with expensive yachts and sailboats.

There is also a white sand beach just below the resort tourists can go and explore. Visitors can play the Gary Player signature golf course while staying at the Costa Baja Day.

Enjoy The Sunset 

La Paz’s oceanfront boardwalk, the Malecón, is the heart of the city. Once the sun sets, the Malecón comes to life. It attracts tourists and locals alike and allows them to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Baja area. The Malecón is also great for individuals looking to jog, cycle, and walk through the day. 

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