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Approximately 3 Hours
Today you will walk along the dry riverbed of a canyon steeped in history. Along the way, your specialist guide will share native traditions and talk about the desert flora and fauna endemic to this area.
A majestic marine fossil wall illustrates how the Baja Peninsula was once completely submerged under the sea. If you look carefully, you may find something as distinctive as a shark tooth or sea urchin spicules among the many fossilized shells and bones embedded in the canyon walls.
Take a break for a snack of granola bars and water.
Total walking required is about 1.5 miles, broken into shorter segments. Terrain is mostly flat but uneven and unpaved. The van accompanies the walk so participants can take a break at any time. Please realistically assess your physical fitness and ability prior to booking. Participants must be in good physical condition. Not advisable for guests using a wheelchair or for those with mobility limitations. Guests who are pregnant or have a respiratory, heart, back or neck condition are not allowed to participate. Wear long pants and closed-toe walking shoes. Shade is limited; to avoid sunburn, wear light, long clothing suitable for use as a cover-up. Bring a hat and sunglasses; wear biodegradable sunscreen. Bring bottled water. Minimum age is 8 years.