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Todos Santos Eco Adventures

Todos Santos Eco Adventures (TOSEA) is the leading eco-adventure company in Baja California Sur. For 12 years they've been sharing a passion for the phenomenal natural beauty, unique culture, and extraordinary wildlife of Baja. The Baja peninsula is comprised of an amazing collection of diverse eco systems, and they create adventures that allow visitors to explore - and help conserve - the oceans, deserts, mountains, islands, estuaries, dunes, coastlines and mangroves that support one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.  TOSEA guides and instructors are all year-round residents of Baja who have a deep knowledge and love for the area, and take great pride in sharing their knowledge and expertise. All guides are certified Wilderness First Responders, and the whole team is dedicated to superior customer service, safety, and – let’s just say it – having as much fun as possible! When you travel with Todos Santos Eco Adventures, you don't just visit Baja, you live Baja. 
 
CaptureTOSEA boasts being the company in Baja California Sur with the highest focus and achievement in the following areas: 
  • Guides: all Wilderness First Responder-certified, all deeply knowledgeable, all focused on a high level of customer service,  and all a lot of fun.
  • Food: The chef prepares food fresh each day for all day trips, and on the island and Sierra trips they have a chef in residence who prepares fantastic food and it is a great part of the experience.
  • Customer service: TOSEA is continually striving to up their game with respect to making the guest experience as comfortable, smooth, and fun as possible.
 


Family Owned and Operated

Sergio n Bryan WebTodos Santos Eco Adventures was founded by the current owner/operators, Sergio Jáuregui Mariño and Bryan Batson Jáuregui. Twenty years ago Sergio left his job as a professional clown in Mexico City, moved to Baja, and hasn’t looked back since! Sergio started his Baja guiding career as a kayak guide in the Sea of Cortez, and it is in that capacity that he met Bryan and her sisters on a kayaking trip in February 2000. The wedding followed two years later, and together they have built a company with trips that cover the entire state of Baja California Sur.

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Los Colibris Casitas, Todos Santos

ColinRuggiero Los Colibris WebAmong the many lovely accommodation choices in the town of Todos Santos is Los Colibris Casitas - lovingly owned and operated by Bryan and Sergio of Todos Santos Eco Adventures. Boasting the most stunning views in Todos Santos (overlooking the Pacific Ocean and La Poza Lagoon), and Trip Advisor's "Certificate of Excellence" every year since 2011, Los Colibris is a true oasis with the best welcome around. Fast facts about the property include:

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Camp Cecil, Isla Espiritu Santo - Sea of Cortez

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For a truly unique adventure, travelers will revel in the simple luxury offered at Camp Cecil. Located on Isla Espiritu Santo in the Sea of Cortez, Camp Cecil is a haven for travelers wishing to unplug from every day life and plug into the beauty of Baja. This camp is the only year-round tented camp in Baja. 

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Highlights of Baja

Krogh Highlights WebBaja boasts being one of the most biodiverse places on the planet and as it shares the same landmass with the USA and Canada – it is very easy to get to for a quick getaway or a longer exploration. 

The highlights of Baja are many including incredible interactions with wildlife that you'll experience in very few other places; active adventures to suit all interests – from surfing, hiking, and cooking lessons, to swimming with whale sharks, fishing and kayaking; the warmest welcome in the vibrant "Pueblo Magico" of Todos Santos; and incredible culinary delights from Baja's bounty of two seas! 

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