*Flight for 2 people to Loreto
* Transportation of UTV South and
North back to boarder
* All Baja's Hotels on trip
* Trail Guides / Chase support
* GPS Notes
* Mechanics and Chase Support
Driver and Passenger
$7200.00 No Refunds
Baja Sur Fly in
7 Day 6 night Baja Sur Fly in Loreto to Cabo
April 2nd to 8th 2023
7 day. All inclusive Loreto to Loreto Baja Sur Expedition.
The Baja Sur Loop, best described as the Jewel of Baja, is now within your grasp. Off the Grid Expeditions has once again gone beyond the limits with this amazing expedition, designed to put us right into the “epic-ness" of Baja, where the trails are fast and soft, and the never ending sights are breathtaking. For all those who have taken part in our northern Baja trips, you all know the terrain is rough and rocky. Baja Sur is not. It has fun, fast, exciting trails that will cross the Baja peninsula from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific on a giant loop.
The Off the Grid Expeditions transport trucks will take your UTV from California to Loreto 3 days prior to us leaving on the 15th 2022.
Day 1, April 2nd
Fly Day - San Diego CBX to Loreto
We will meet in San Diego at the Cross Border Express (CBX) border crossing. We are scheduled to fly out that morning. (Commercial Airline ) Flight time is about one hour to Loreto. The airline tickets for 2 people are included in the price of the trip. We meet up at CBX Crossing (2745 Otay Pacific Drive, San Diego, CA 92154) and fly down to Loreto as a group. Once we arrive in Loreto, we shuttle over to the La Mission Hotel and meet the Chase Truck guys. The UTVs will be there, and we need to get everything ready for an early departure the next day. Once we prep the UTVs we'll have a drivers’ meeting and drinks by the pool.
Day 2, April 3rd 2023
Loreto to Mulege
Departing at 8am after a hearty breakfast at the La Mission Hotel, the first stage will consist of a scenic drive up to the Mission San Javier, our first sight-seeing of the day. We'll spend about an hour at the mission as we take a tour of its history. Once we leave the mission we'll head north offroad into the mountains of Serria San Pedro toward San Jose de Comondu. This amazing mountain is like a scene from Jurassic Park. The green lushness truly comes to life and we wind our way north to yet another mission, Misión San José de Comondú. Though not quite as spectacular as the San Javier Mission, it is none the less very impressive. We are now in the middle of the Baja peninsula.
Then we'll still head north toward the small town of San Isidro. This will just be a pass through, as we change direction and head back out to the Sea of Cortez, through the canyons of Llanito de los Becerros, back to the coast, a short hwy drive to the Bahia de Conception for lunch. For those who brought their dive masks, this will be a perfect opportunity to get wet and enjoy the Bay.
Following lunch, we'll have a moderate Hwy drive up the Bahia de Conception and into Mulege for night 2. The hotel has wifi and is located on a beautiful isthmus that flows into the Bay. If daylight allows, we'll have time to sit around the pool and and enjoy the stories of the day. Dinner and breakfast are at the hotel..
Day 3, April 4th 2023
Mulege to Scorpion Bay
The route will go through washes of Mulege and through the Canyon La Venado, a spectacular tropical canyon that will cross us from the Cortez back to the Pacific. This rolling mountainside will take us though several canyons and water crossings and alongside creek beds. From the rain forest style trees to the canyon floors, the sights along this pass are what Baja is all about. Although not the fastest peninsula crossing, it is definitely one of the most beautiful. We end in San Juanico aka Scorpion Bay and grab a late lunch and have time to see the beautiful town. If surfing is your passion this is the place.
San Juanico, better known as Scorpion Bay, is a small fishing village on the Pacific side of the peninsula that has become a classic Baja surf spot. There are multiple point breaks that bring epic surf when the conditions are right. When a big south swell hits, the waves break at four points and rides can last for over a minute. Small swells are great for beginner surfers while bigger ones require a little more experience.