Due to the remote location of the Midriff Islands, this is a route rarely covered by any other tour operator.
The bays along the Baja Peninsula afford great anchorages for a break, while the islands themselves are ideal for brief snorkeling or trekking opportunities.
For those unaccustomed to strong tidal rips, this area is famous for them and proof of it is the name given to one of the main channels: Salsipuedes, which means exit if you can.
|The Midriff Islands|
|Duration||Minimum 6 days.|
|Possible anchorages||Anywhere safe between Bahia San Francisquito, Isla Tiburon, the Midriff Islands and Angel de la Guarda.|
|Includes||VAT, drinking water, sunblock, diesel and skipper.|
|Excludes||Meals ashore, National Park Fees and Fishing Licenses.|