Bahia Todos Santos
Bahia Todos Santos
3.5
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This sheltered bay is the home to both a bustling international port and the migrating grey whale, who births its pups on the bay's shores.
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Adrix D
52 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
It’s a small and beautiful place that you should go and see, 40min from Los Cabos a day road trip is enough but it’s a must in your trip to la baja peninsula
Written 17 November 2018
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Eva L
40 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Friends
This little town is nice place for a half day tour where you find lots of art galleries full of hand-made souvenirs and paintings and jewelry, authentic restaurants and cafes with good mexican food, a small church and a local museum.
Written 12 December 2016
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Cheryl D
Apple Valley, United States23 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
Great highway between Cabo San Lucas and Todos Santos. Stopped for lunch. $20 bought 8 hefty tacos, 7 beers, and 1 coke - a far cry from Cabo prices.
Written 31 October 2015
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Al J
Fort Worth, TX508 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015
Great location, and beautifully set, this area stands out as a gem amongst the desert here...close to town, yet private!
Written 26 August 2015
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Neil W
Hastings on Hudson, NY30 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
Agree with Jimmy Eco. This place is poor, poorly signposted, unattractive, dirt roads all over the place. Very little to recommend it. Stay away
Written 5 August 2015
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JimmyEconomos
Atlanta, GA155 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015
I hate to rate this little town so poorly, but it is very underdeveloped and not a place for the standard "tourist". It's 45 minute drive from Cabo San Lucas, the drive is rough and you pass more garbage "heels" than you do scenic views. There is a cool surf village in-between, but it's not really for tourists either.

We did eat at a great little restaurant, but we felt a little out of place in this village. The dirt roads made us a little nervous in a rental car and I wouldn't advise going in anything less than a jeep wrangler.

The people are beautiful, but very poor. There really isn't much to do, some of the art shops had closed down and there are no road signs in the town to direct you where to do and how to find the center.

The Hotel California wasn't really that interesting or impressive, I am going to go with the legend of the hotel being in San Diego at the Hotel Del Coronado.
Stay in Cabo, it's a long tough trip without much reward.
Written 29 July 2015
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ilovetheyucatan
Houston, TX76 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Family
We had a week in Cabo, wanted to escape for a day so we rented a cheap rental car and headed north on the new-ish highway. The straight shot drive takes less than an hour. Todo Santos is a dusty little town with some nice little art galleries and the lovely little Hotel California which is quite pretty inside and has a nice courtyard where you can have a drink, hang out. Enroute back to Cabo we stopped at Cerritos Beach, just south of the town, spent the remainder of the afternoon/early evening there, watching the sun slowly set. We had our adult daughters with us and one surfs, so she was happy here and board rentals are cheap. I saw a tent offering surf lessons too. There's a beach club restaurant there where we didn't eat but everything looked and smelled delicious. There are horses for rent as well.
Written 1 July 2015
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DKInge
Santa Maria, CA65 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Couples
Our cruise ship docked in Laz Paz and we decided to take the approx. 90 min. drive through the Mexican country side to Todos Santos. Once there we found it to be a colorful and quaint village with lots of pride from the locals. There are little shops, galleries, and restaurants lining the dusty streets. We stopped at Hotel California for lunch and the food was delicious, the cappuccinos made to perfection, and with the Eagles playing in the background our lunch date was an experience to be remembered. A visit to Centro Cultural Todosanteno, the former schoolhouse now current cultural center is very interesting and well worth the time spent there. We enjoyed our day taking in the colorful ambience of Todos Santos and highly recommend a visit.
Written 16 June 2015
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2309Mary
Marysville, CA6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Couples
Took this trip to see Hotel California and the town. Had a great tour guide and a great overall experience. He was a book full of knowledge. A trip not to miss.
Written 25 May 2015
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T Cat
Danville, IL398 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Family
We did a day trip up to Todos Santos while we stayed in Cabo. A very quaint little village with small shops, Hotel California, and other small restaurants. We enjoyed our stop, but don't expect anything amazing. Just a nice get away to see a smaller town in Mexico while you are in Cabo.
Written 19 January 2015
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