Important Information for Isla Espiritu Santo, Baja Mexico: A Women’s Retreat« Back to Trip Overview
Our host, Andrea Tamagnini – is a very interesting Italian gentleman whose family lived in Africa and had a tented camp there and decided to bring his skills and talent to this very beautiful and remote island in the Baja. I know you will be captivated with what he has created for you!
- All our meals are included in this program except on the first day and your dinner on the last day. Included meals are marked next to the days on the itinerary in brackets.
- Water and soft drinks.
- All tips for the drivers and guides are included except for services that are not part of the program (like tipping the boat staff if you go fishing) – a $225.00 USD value.
- All ground transportation during trip itinerary.
- Our group activities, teachings, fire ceremony.
- Personal items: non-included alcoholic beverages (like yummy cubalibres)
- Your taxi to and from the Hotel Marina and the La Paz or Los Cabos airport is not-included.
- Souvenir shopping and extra services (such as scuba, deep-sea fishing, water-skiing) will need to be paid for in cash so plan accordingly.
- Your roundtrip air flight is not included in the cost of the journey.
How to get to La Paz, Mexico:
Alaska Air has a non-stop flight to La Paz (LAP) from from LAX. AeroMexico flies non-stop from Mexico City with many connections from the USA. The cheapest option may be to fly into San Jose del Cabo, Baja, Mx (SJD) and then take private transport the 75 miles northeast to La Paz. If a few people arrive into Cabo at the same time you can get a van together that is very reasonable at around $245.00 USD one way which can be shared by 6 people. Leave plenty of time for all connecting flights! Feel free to make your own flights, but please confirm them with us before booking. If you need help – no worries, Ales in Custom Travel is our travel guru – feel free to ring him at: 604-204-0444, 866-866-5566 or email him and it will be his pleasure to assist you!
About our rooms:
We will be lodged in spacious tents with double beds complete with sheets, towels, bedside tables and lamps. Bathrooms and showers are situated close to the tent. The big living room tent, with tables and comfortable chairs, acts as a dining room also. Big lounge chairs will allow pleasant reading or a relaxing time in the shade. The bar is always supplied with fresh drinks as well as cocktails like margaritas, wine, beer and a selection of hard liquor.
About the food:
The multitude of fish and shell fish from the Sea of Cortéz allows us to offer you a great variety of tasty and fresh dishes. A chef well-trained in Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine will alternate between tasty pastas, and risottos, and ceviches and local dishes prepared in a simple and refined way. Tropical fruits will always be served for breakfast.
Keep in Mind:
The actual schedule of spiritual teachings and what we will be doing day to day is not published so we can be in the moment. Every day will be a magical experience for all of us, so keep your heart and mind open to the experience life brings us. Due to the remote areas we are traveling to, weather, bad roads and other unseen obstacles may cause us to make changes in our itinerary.
On this spiritual journey our intent is to create sacred space where we can learn and share in group for the purpose of deepening our spiritual connections. The power of our teachings (please make sure you align with the group leader’s philosophy) and ceremonies comes from our combined energy and if group process does not interest you, then this trip would not be your best choice.