Our ultra-exclusive camps enable you to stay in Baja Mexico’s most remote, untouched landscapes in comfort and luxury.
Our tents are windproof, insulated and heated to withstand whatever weather Mother Nature presents. Your comfort comes first, and each tent features real beds with fine linens and plush pillows, as well as an ensuite bathroom with hot and cold running water, and separate sitting area with a couch, chairs, and dresser – perfect for relaxing after a day of adventure.
A lot of thought has gone into every feature of the camp, from fire pits to a fine selection of wine, craft beer, tequila, single malt scotches and delicious food with local Mexican specialties. We even have a pool table in the bar and lounge tent! Need to stay connected? We also have complimentary Wi-Fi access.
San Ignacio Lagoon Gray Whales
Located in the far north of Baja Mexico, San Ignacio Lagoon is the last untouched lagoon for gray whale encounters. Each winter gray whales migrate to the warm, shallow waters of Baja Mexico to mate and calve. San Ignacio Lagoon is their first stop, and most gray whales will choose to stay here for the entirety of winter. We’ll take you out three times a day on our beautiful new pangas, complete with sunshades and compact heads, to find these gentle giants.
Come face-to-face with these gentle giants while staying in our luxury tented wilderness camp.
Magdalena Bay Striped Marlin and Sardine Run
Whispered in hushed tones among local fishermen and the most intrepid pro photographers, Magdalena Bay harbours one of the ocean’s greatest spectacles: the Mexican sardine run.
Every autumn, hundreds of thousands of sardines congregate in giant bait balls offshore only to be plundered from all angles – from sea birds to blue sharks, makos, sea lions, whales, dolphins, and the ocean’s fastest fish, the striped marlin.
Magdalena Bay Kayaking and Gray Whales
Only a hop, skip and a jump from Cabo (or five-and-a-half-hour drive north), Magdalena Bay, bordered by the vast turquoise ocean, is a smorgasbord of sandy desert dunes, thick mangroves, lagoons, and channels. But the main draw to this remote region lies in its wholly unique wildlife encounters…