Kuyimá's Eco-Lodge and Kuyimita camping are 35 miles south of San Ignacio by the road (mostly dirt-road) that departs south right from San Ignacio downtown to San Juanico (or Scorpio's Bay), by the Pacific Ocean. Both sites are beautifully set on the beach by San Ignacio Lagoon.

Our excursions to the cave paintings are run in the central high sierras of Baja California, between San Francisco de la Sierra and Santa. As most of our programs, they depart from San Ignacio town, however we can arrange picking you up at Aeropuerto de Loreto, the nearest international airport.

Anyhow, we can help you to find your way to San Ignacio either by public transportation or driving from anywhere in between San Diego, California, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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Where Are We?

Ecoturismo Kuyimá's headquarters is in San Ignacio, a picturesque town founded in the 18th century by Jesuit missionaries in the heart of the Baja California Peninsula, now El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve. Its natural environment, an actual oasis in the middle of the desert, is impressive!

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