NO BAD DAYS IN BAJA
CONSCIOUS ECOTOURISM EXPERIENCES
Baja California Sur is a gifted part of our world and we want to share with you the beauties it keeps. No Bad Days In Baja is a conscious tourism company, worried about nature and with firm bases of ecotourism, where the companions we are looking for share this care too and want to know with a greater depth the hidden spots that this beautiful and unique state of Mexico has to offer.
Come with us and let us take you to live unforgettable experiences in the Baja peninsula.
We are a company commited to the preservation of a natural pristine environment, therefore we never give single-use plastics and follow a zero-waste program.
SWIMMING WITH WHALE SHARKS
Get to live what's awaiting in the Bay of La Paz: swimming with the largest shark in the world. Guided by biologists, come to experience a unique experience.
We have 3 different options.
Season: October to April.
Dive into the wonders that the world's aquarium has to show you. Guided by experts and professionals, you can dive with sea lions, in sunken ships, coral reefs, underwater mountains, look for hammerhead sharks or bull sharks, and endless other adventures.
We have snorkeling trips to Espiritu Santo Achipelago swimming with sea lions, to free dive searching for giant mantas or to observe gray whales that come to the ocean of Baja California Sur.
At No Bad Days In Baja we believe that the best way to make a positive impact on our planet is to make an impact on youth and the local community. Learn more about our project of giving back to society and the planet a bit of so much that has been given to us.
Born in Mexico City, grew in Morelia and then became a Marine Biologist in La Paz where he has called home for the last 8 years and found his calling in the amazing waters of the Sea of Cortez. Being a certified nature guide and co-founder of No Bad Days In Baja, he loves sharing his passion and knowledge for the sea and all its creatures with all our guests.
Born and raised in Comala, studied Environmental Engineering and Biology in Guadalajara and moved to La Paz to discover first-hand the wonders of the sea. He is very concerned about the human impacts in our natural environment, as well as the needs to teach and learn about how we can improve our environment and have the minimum impact in our tours. He is a certified nature guide, photographer and co-founder of No Bad Days In Baja.
Born in Mexico City and grew up in Puerto Morelos, he was always in contact with the sea and his passion led him to what his profession has become for the last 25 years. Captain, Divemaster and PADI instructor, has become the element of experience in the company and important partner of No Bad Days In Baja.