Everything we do at Aventuras México Profundo is driven by safety. To guarantee the safety of our guests and our staff is our primary concern. That is why we have designed a written emergency management plan to establish and standardize the best procedures.
All our tours can be booked with guidance in English, German or Spanish. However, our tours are not mixed; each tour is conducted in one language only. The dates displayed in the English language section of our webpage will also be conducted in English and the corresponding system applies to German and Spanish.
The reservation requests shall be done via e-mail and will be confirmed the same way no later than 24 hours upon reception of the request. Most tours will operate with a minimum of 4 participants; some tours though require a minimum of 6 participants (please refer to each tour description).
Aventuras México Profundo offers hotel accommodation - trips as well as tours with mixed hotel and camping accommodation. Nevertheless we would like to point out that the term “hotel tour” does not refer to sunbathing the whole day by the pool but rather it describes a concept of activity during the day while enjoying the comfort of a hotel facility after having been outside all day.
Hiking is the activity we practice most and that features in many of our tours. Unless marked as trekking our hikes are neither technically difficult, excessively long nor overcoming great changes of altitude and can be easily managed by people with an average physical condition. In some areas the elevation should be considered.
Gray Whale watching takes place at three calving lagoons on the Pacific coast of Baja California. The southernmost lagoon is Magdalena Bay, further north are San Ignacio lagoon and Ojo de Liebre lagoon, formerly known as Scammon’s Lagoon.
Aventuras México Profundo is happy to welcome children on our tours. Due to the nature of our tours and the environmental conditions we recommend nevertheless a minimum age of 5 years. We provide for our young guests kid sized life jackets (PFD) so they can participate safely on any of our boat trips.
The desert climate is characterized by very intense solar radiation and very low humidity. There are pronounced differences between summer and winter temperatures as there are also between day and night temperatures.
Most hotels offer wireless internet access but you need to bring your own device since only very few hotels offer guest computers. Nevertheless even in the smallest towns there are public internet cafes close to our hotels.
Mexico’s power grid conforms to US-standards and electricity is 110 Volts. The outlets are for the American type 2 flat male plugs so if you have European appliances be sure to bring the plug adapter.