Hiking in the Sierra de la Laguna
Come with us to explore the breath-taking Sierra de la Laguna, just an hour’s drive north of Los Cabos – and you’ll have so much more than just a hike!
Lowland desert, mountain foothills, lush river valleys and refreshing mountain streams to cool off in along the way – our trips have them all. We have walks for all abilities and interests – sure, if you want to work up a sweat then you won’t be disappointed. And if you want to pause and indulge your love of photography, learn about the medicinal properties of the choya cactus and lomboy tree (and many others), or get your adrenaline rushing with a 40ft waterfall jump, then you can do all of these too.
Rogelio, our guide, was born in the Sierra and four generations of his family currently live on their ranchos here. He’s passionate about the area and you’ll get to share his wealth of knowledge about the history of the area, animal and plant life, conservation initiatives and a few crazy stories from his youth.
You’ll take a break in the middle of the day for a delicious lunch cooked by Rogelio’s Mum from home-grown ingredients. Then you can enjoy a siesta in the shady huerto (orchard / kitchen garden) and/or a tour to learn about the food you’ve just savoured.
If you have a little more time, contact us about staying overnight in the tranquil campsite on Rogelio’s rancho, giving you opportunity to explore more of the Sierra the following day and enjoy more delicious food...
Please contact us if you can’t find the date you are looking for in your vacation plans.
Pick up from your hotel In Los Cabos.
A local expert in nature and medicinal plants and a translator, transport, water, snacks, lunch.
Remember to bring:
Sunscreen, hat, a refillable water bottle, camera, walking shoes and comfortable clothes to protect you from the sun.
Minimum 2 people
US$140 per person
Kathryn, USA: In my experience with adventure and dive guides, Karen is tops. Professional, respectful of the cultures (human and animal) she introduces clients to, personable, endlessly energetic and with a positive attitude in all situations.
Steve and Glenda, USA: Karen is very knowledgeable about the area, marine animals, plants, and environment. I love her passion for the people,animals,and environment. Everywhere we went, the locals welcomed her with a hug and a kiss.
Tim, USA: When we arrived at the destination, the adventure began. Karen arranged for a guide to take us upriver along a gently running current. We swam across wide pools, scrambled up smooth rocks, found “fools gold” flake, and even scrabbled through a cave/waterfall to pop out upriver, where we continued our hike.