I met Edgardo, a local tour guide, in Santiago. He assured me I'd be able to hike up without a guide or map, and that I would find water sources on the way. I decided to take some machaca and granola with me, as I...More
About Sierra de la Laguna Mountains
My hubby and I didn't make it all the way to the falls; strenuous hike for us, but will definitely try again. Worth the effort, beautiful area! Take plenty of water and head scarves / hats for sun protection. If ATVing in, get goggle to...More
I consider this hike as moderate to strenuous with beautiful views of waterfalls, rivers and boulders. Must have good balancing techniques if hiking across boulders along the river. great workout!
We hired a guide of the zone. My husband & I love nature so we take our 60 years old moms & we had a great time & local lunch (around 4hrs total). It is safe enough & the walking was full with nature &...More
Took a wonderful hike following a clear mountain stream and found lots of cactus and trees blooming and swimming holes to enjoy. Reminds me in some ways of the southwest but different color scape. Don't forget to get off the beach and see the mountains...More
We have spent two days in a customized backpacking trip in the Biosphere Reserve Sierra la Laguna, in january 2012 with our guide Edgardo Cortes from baja sierra adventures. The hike started near Santiago, one hour drive from San Jose del cabo. From there we...More