La Paz, Mexico

  • Laid-back La Paz beautifully marries Old World charm with opulent trends. Beautiful beaches, superb restaurants, and rich history will steal your heart and keep you coming back for more.
  • Live like a local. La Paz’s seafront is where residents and visitors come to mingle. The promenade is the perfect spot for a leisurely brunch with friends and family.
  • La Paz is not a booming beach resort. The untouched ecosystem attracts sport fishermen, divers, whale watchers, and travelers of all ages.
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Wonder at the World's Aquarium

La Paz means "peace," which you can definitely find while lying on these private white sand beaches. But what distinguishes La Paz from other Mexican destinations is the abundance of exotic marine life, which prompted Jacques Cousteau to call these waters "the world's aquarium." Swimming alongside one of the gentle, school-bus-sized whale sharks is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You can also escape to a kayaking sanctuary on the island of Espiritu Santos to swim with sea lions, or land a trophy marlin in La Paz's celebrated fishing waters. And don't miss the capital city, a seaside gem with the romance and charm of southern Baja with the beauty of less tourism.

 

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    SJD
  • Average Temperature
    Winter: 70s; Summer: 90s
  • Carnaval de La Paz
    February
  • Dorada La Paz Fishing Tourney
    June
  • Swim with Whale Sharks
    September to March

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  • The Main Attractions of the World's Aquarium

    Of all the amazing creatures that call the seas of La Paz home, there are two that will make the most indelible impressions: whale sharks and gray whales.

    Swim with whale sharks. From September to February, experience the incredible sensation of swimming with whale sharks. Gentle and slow moving, these plankton-eating giants are amazing enough just to watch; swimming in the warm waters with them makes for a once-in-a-lifetime day.

    Whale-watching season. If you're visiting La Paz in mid-January to the end of March, make sure to treat yourself to a day of whale watching. Every year like clockwork, after spending the summer feeding in Alaska, gray whales begin their incredible migration south to Baja California. They travel for two to three months to reach the warmer southern waters where they mate and birth. Large numbers of grays predictably congregate in three bays along Baja's west coast: Laguna Ojo de Liebre, Laguna San Ignacio and Bahia Magdalena. The gray whales will sometimes even swim near small skiffs and allow the human touch.

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  • Forecasting Your La Paz Vacation
    La Paz has a desert climate, with over 300 days of sun per year. The average temperature during the winter months is in the 70s; during the summer it's in the 90s. Hurricane season runs from May through early October, but your chances of being caught in a severe storm are slim.

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