NEW - June 25-29, 2023
Sampa Signature Trips
Loreto is a charming coastal town in Baja California Sur, Mexico, renowned for its rich history, stunning natural beauty, and vibrant cultural scene. With its 17th-century Loreto Mission museum, it is one of the oldest Spanish settlements in the region. It offers a range of outdoor activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Loreto is also famous for its friendly locals and lively cultural scene. Whether you’re interested in exploring the town’s history, discovering underwater caves, or simply enjoying the relaxed coastal atmosphere, Loreto is a must-visit destination.
Sierra de San Francisco: The Sierra de San Francisco offers a unique and impressive experience in Baja California with its cave paintings. This UNESCO World Heritage site is home to some of the world’s best-preserved and most impressive rock art sites known as the “great murals.” There are over 400 sites in the region, with most remaining intact and in good condition due to the dry climate and remote location. Visitors can explore steep canyons to discover rock cave shelters and huge panels adorned with depictions of human figures and wildlife in red, black, white, and yellow.
San Borjitas: Carbon-dated to be 7,500 years old, these are believed to be the oldest cave paintings in North America, and they are also some of the most impressive in Baja California. These are the most impressive cave paintings on the peninsula. The canvas for the paintings is a 30-meter long cave overhang with the ceiling containing over 80 monos (human figures). The monos are bi-colored, with one half painted in black and the other half in red. Monos also appear at right angles to one another, forming an open network of bodies loosely woven together, another distinguishing feature for the San Borjitas paintings.
Agua Verde is a serene fishing village located in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Known for its tranquil atmosphere, stunning coastline, and rich cultural heritage. Visitors can enjoy kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, and exploring the town’s rich cultural heritage. With its serene atmosphere, crystal-clear waters, and breathtaking scenery, Agua Verde is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature.
October 5 - 11, 2023