Gay Sailing in Mexico: This gay group trip takes you sailing through some of the most beautiful islands that Mexico has to offer. Sail the Eastern coast of the Baja Californian Peninsula, up the Gulf of California as you hop from one uninhabited island to the next in the beautiful protected Bahia de Loreto National Park. See awe-inspiring rock formations, mountains and secluded beaches as well as turtles, dolphins, seals and baby sea lions! Experience the calming feeling of waking up to the ocean every morning and sailing the seas in search of adventure with other like-minded gay travellers.
Departure Dates For Gay Group Trip: Sailing And Island Hopping In Mexico
- 20th October 2018 Saturday MAKE AN ENQUIRY
Group Trip Breakdown
Day 1: Isla Del Carmen
Isla del Carmen is a stunning island found in the Gulf of Calfornia and is popular with sun-seekers, beach lovers as well as snorkellers and divers. The island is a part of the Bahía de Loreto National Park – a vastly protected area comprising of an abundance of marine life and places of exceptional natural beauty. The island is a popular place to spot birds such as the brown pelican, the scissor-tailed flycatcher, and the blue-footed booby.
Day 2: Isla Monserrate
During the trip you’ll also sail around the uninhabited island of Isla Monserrate, which is also a part of the Bahía de Loreto National Park. This island hosts some beautiful beaches as well as some stunning golden, mountainous scenery.
Day 3: Isla Santa Catalina
One of the other larger islands in the Bahía de Loreto National Park, Isla Santa Catalina is a great place to spot marine wildlife such as bottlenose, spinner and long-beaked common dolphins as well as manta rays making it an ideal snorkelling spot. This island is also completely uninhabited and so is a great place to hike and explore with its impressive array of cacti that can be found on land.
Day 4: Isla Santa Cruz
During the trip, you’ll also sail around Isla Santa Cruz which is located 21 kilometres from the Baja California Peninsula. This island is one of the most isolated islands in terms of location and is also completely uninhabited, meaning it is a great place to explore and have all to yourselves. This is one of the many islands you’ll visit that has been made a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Day 5: Isla Esparitu Santo
Isla Espíritu Santo is considered the most beautiful island in the Sea of Cortez, and it’s not hard to see why! Red towering cliffs cascade down to meet emerald-blue waters which wash up onto white, powdery beaches – a beautiful place to relax. This island is also a nature reserve and is host to a colony of sea lions, Seahawks and pelicans.
Day 6: Isla Cerralvo
Isla Cerralvo is a huge mountainous island dominated by a skyline of rad, rocky mountains and arid desert vegetation. The island is privately owned and was renamed by the government to Isla Jacques Cousteau after the French oceanographer who regularly visited here due to the abundance of marine wildlife that can be found. Trickling streams can be found leading down to beaches and sandy points dotted around the coastline of the island.
Day 7: La Paz
La Paz means ‘peace’ in Spanish, and this side of Mexico is often described as a much more peaceful side to the country than what is otherwise known. The feel of island life on the mainland draws people here; with a lovely waterfront Melecón that is dotted with various sea-themed statues, the pastel-painted homes, and the fun, cosmopolitan vibe.