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Explore the canyons of the Sierra La Laguna and plunge into the refreshing water of natural springs on a 6-hour tour of Baja California from Los Cabos. Follow trails traversed by Indians hundreds of years ago as you journey past dramatic waterfalls and incredible granite formations.  Revitalize in the natural springs of the area and discover diverse wildlife and fascinating flora on this unique adventure.


  • Half-day trip to Baja waterfalls and canyons from Los Cabos
  • Explore the incredible granite formations and impressive wildlife
  • Visit fossils and a local ranch as you learn about the history and culture of the Baja people
  • Complimentary pickup and drop off from most Los Cabos hotels

What You Can Expect

Baja Waterfalls and Canyons from Los Cabos

Depart from your Los Cabos hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan to commence your journey into the heart of Baja California. Admire the stunning scenery as you travel, noting the distinct tableau of palm trees, cacti and desert landscape. Gaze at the shimmering Sea of Cortez, observing the crystal clear water decorated with rugged rock formations and bordered by pristine sandy beaches. 
Arrive at the traditional town of Santiago and disembark the minivan with your bilingual guide. Head to the La Zorra Canyon to discover the awe-inspiring curves and sparkling natural pools of the canyon. Listen as your guide enriches your knowledge and understanding of the natural history and culture of the Baja region, reveling in tales of local Ranchos and exciting fossil discoveries. 
Then, visit a local ranch to uncover the ancient fossils that reside there, before interacting and conversing with locals as they go about their daily routine. Feast upon a flavorsome and fulfilling lunch before embarking your minivan for the return journey to Los Cabos.

Customer Reviews

Steven K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Great tour and loved seeing the little oasis town of Santiago. Our guide Casey was great. But it is a bit of a hike on a rocky trail down a natural stairway partially carved out of the rocks which you need to traverse to get to the waterfall. I read a few similar comments in other reviews and bought some light hiking shoes - glad I did. Make sure to have lunch in little restaurant the guide recommends in Santiago.

Michael H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We booked this trip for our girls and they had a FABULOUS time! Beautiful scenery! Guide was amazing with the tour also! Would highly recommend!

Geraldine L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Incredible tour! Fantastic , entertaining guides (Casey and Ismael) . Great hike. The waterfall and the swimming holes are surreal - crystal clear water / a real glimpse at local life/ great authentic lunch / stop at local bakery in the morning - the first tour I will book when I return to Cabo

Susan R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

What a surprising oasis to find in the Baja desert! Fun to learn about the local plants and geography as we hiked the rocky trails through the canyons and along the waterfalls. Our guide, Casey, made this trip both an interesting and enjoyable experience. Thanks!

Pat H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2013

This half day trip was a lot of fun. There is some scrambling up and down rocks involved, so it would be a plus to wear hiking boots, although I did just fine in my trail running shoes. Our guide, Casey, was great! He was both knowedgable and personable. Great experience!

Nettie M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2011

Although it was dry season and the waterfall wasnt much more than a trickle, we had a wonderful experience. Our guide Che was full of tidbits of information and history about the area. I am definately glad we selected this activity

Anita L

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

I loved this tour but I agree with one other review here about the description doesn and #39;t fully match the actually activity. I understand the word and #34;hike and #34; was part of the description, but that word has been used very loosely and they should specify and #34;rocky hike with almost no walking pavements and #34;.

Robert C

4 star rating: Recommended April 2016

The trip was excellent, very well done and the lunch was a perfect end to an enjoyable experience.

Alice A

4 star rating: Recommended August 2008

Staff was wonderful, but we could have used better information from Viator ahead of the trip regarding type, clothing, etc.

Cynthia M USA

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2016

was not accurately described in description - hike consisted of very narrow VERY rocky trail bordered by cliff that was covered in boulders - if you're not comfortable with narrow rocky trails on the side of a cliff on i would not suggest this tour - scenery beautiful but not worth a twisted ankle or worse if you miss a step on the rocky mountain trail

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