Logistics



Logistics – Baja Mexico 2014

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Length of Trip
You will want to plan to arrive on March 9th, the day before the expedition, and leave March 16th, the day after we return from paddling.

Getting to Loreto Baja Mexico
Each participant is responsible for their own transportation to Loreto Baja Mexico.
The most direct route is to fly to Los Angeles (LAX) with a connection flight into Loreto (LOT). From the Loreto Airport you can take a taxi to your hotel for around $10. Flights on Alaska airlines flights range from $200 – $600, book early and don’t forget your passport.

For additional guidance on booking flights, where to stay the night before the expedition or how to get to Sea Kayak Baja Mexico, check out our partner company’s website: Sea Kayak Baja Mexico

Where to stay in Loreto
There are a lot of great accommodation options for before and after the expedition. One recommendation would be La Damiana Inn, a garden hotel with patio, community kitchen, and a welcoming home-like feel. They have internet, a guitar in the living room, and this hotel consistently receives terrific reviews. Located across the street from the Sea Kayak Baja Mexico shop on the edge of downtown a single room averages $70 per night or two beds for $80. La Damiana Inn
For additional recommendations as well as help booking a place to stay, more lodging information can be found at: Sea Kayak Baja Mexico

Pricing and Registration
Expedition $1290
Please register by April 20, 2014. Baja Multi-Day Registration Form

Additional travel options
If you are interested, there are a number of travel and emergency insurance companies available.
GEOS Alliance is one that offers medical evacuation insurance for $3.75 a day. For more information visit:  GEOS Alliance