Cave Paintings

Sierra de San Francisco Baja California Sur, México

Cave
El Ratón.

Kuyimá

Available all year round

Duration

5 to 6 hours

Degree of difficulty

Minimum. Suitable for people of any age

Includes:

  • Local guide
  • INAH bracelet
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Box lunch
  • Transportation

Cave
El Ratón.

Kuyimá

Cave
El Ratón.

Kuyimá

Available all year round

Includes:

  • Local guide
  • INAH bracelet
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Box lunch
  • Transportation 

Duration

5 to 6 hours

Degree of difficulty

Minimum. Suitable for people of any age

Cave
El Palmarito.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

Duration

8 hours

Degree of difficulty

Intermediate. Suitable for people in good health and physical condition. The hike lasts approximately 3 hours (round trip).

Not recommended for children under 8 years old and older people.

Includes:

  • Local guide
  • INAH bracelet
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Box lunch
  • Transportation

Cave
El Palmarito.

Kuyimá

Cave
El Palmarito.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

Includes:

  • Local guide
  • INAH bracelet
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Box lunch
  • Transportation

Duration

8 hours

Degree of difficulty

Intermediate. Suitable for people in good health and physical condition. The hike lasts approximately 3 hours (round trip).

Not recommended for children under 8 years old and older people.

Expeditions

Cañón
Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho Guadalupe or at the San Francisco Lodge. Depending on the weather, the suitability of the travelers and the time available, up to 5 level I and II sites can be visited according to INAH.

Duration

3 days 2 nights

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “La pintada”
  • “Las flechas”
  • “La soledad”
  • “La boca de San julio”
  • “Los músicos”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Cañón
Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Cañón
Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho Guadalupe or at the San Francisco Lodge. Depending on the weather, the suitability of the travelers and the time available, up to 5 level I and II sites can be visited according to INAH.

Duration

3 days 2 nights

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “La pintada”
  • “Las flechas”
  • “La soledad”
  • “La boca de San julio”
  • “Los músicos”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Arroyo
El Parral.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho El Agüajito II, in the Santa Marta area. Depending on the weather, the aptitude of the travelers and the time available, up to 4 level I and II sites can be visited according to INAH.

Duration

3 days 2 nights

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “La serpiente”
  • “Los corralitos”
  • “Clarita o supernova”
  • “El mono alto”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Arroyo
El Parral.

Kuyimá

Arroyo
El Parral.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho El Agüajito II, in the Santa Marta area. Depending on the weather, the aptitude of the travelers and the time available, up to 4 level I and II sites can be visited according to INAH.

Duration

3 days 2 nights

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “La serpiente”
  • “Los corralitos”
  • “Clarita o supernova”
  • “El mono alto”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Circuito San Gregorio - Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Circuito San Gregorio - Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho Guadalupe and ends at Rancho San Francisco. Depending on weather conditions, travelers and time available, up to 12 INAH level I, II and III sites can be visited.

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “Cuevas San gregorio 1 y 2”
  • “La familia”
  • “Las caguamas”
  • “San casimiro”
  • “El cacarizo”
  • “La pintada”
  • “Las flechas”
  • “La soledad”
  • “La boca de San julio”
  • “Los músicos”
  • “Los petrograbados”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Circuito San Gregorio - Santa Teresa.

Kuyimá

Available from October to May

The expedition begins at Rancho Guadalupe and ends at Rancho San Francisco. Depending on weather conditions, travelers and time available, up to 12 INAH level I, II and III sites can be visited.

Includes
  • Ground transportation from San Ignacio (round trip)
  • Permits from INAH (entrance to the archaeological site)
  • Permission to use a photographic or video camera
  • Payment of fees to CONANP for access to the protected natural area
  • Local guides (Kuyimá / Rancheros)
  • Camping equipment (two-person tent, light mattress and sleeping bag)
  • Pack animals (mules and donkeys)

Expeditions can be done on foot, in which case one mule is required for every three visitors.

It is necessary to sign a liability release letter and fill out a medical and special needs form.

Visit
  • “Cuevas San gregorio 1 y 2”
  • “La familia”
  • “Las caguamas”
  • “San casimiro”
  • “El cacarizo”
  • “La pintada”
  • “Las flechas”
  • “La soledad”
  • “La boca de San julio”
  • “Los músicos”
  • “Los petrograbados”
Degree of difficulty

Moderate difficult to demanding. For people in good health, physically active and experienced in long hikes and rough terrain with little weight to carry. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

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