CostaBaja Resort & Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCostaBaja Resort & Spa La Paz
This place was incredible. Great service, beautiful lobby, and ridiculous views. Baja is empty in January and the privacy is great. The only complaint we could come up with was that the shower is out in the open and the open air concept bathroom doesn't offer much privacy.
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
For Christmas this year I was lucky enough to have Tanya give me the gift of travel. Since I was a kid, I have been obsessed with sharks, and when Tanya learned of a snorkeling trip in La Paz, Mexico to go swimming with whale sharks she quickly planned the trip. I was ecstatic.
We had just survived a severe cold snap dubbed the "Polar …
... shark and we get our flippers and masks ready and hang our feet over the side of the boat in anticipation. "Go, go, go!" our captain shouts and this time I'm not hanging around. As the shark heads towards our boat I'm already in the water and, with the help of my flippers, I'm able to keep pace with it comfortably. I drop back to allow someone else to take my place before the shark changes direction and we are able to swim alongside it a second time. It is ...
... around is of brown and green hills; more green than we had, imagined. Some of the hills have very angular chiseled features, others appear very round and eroded. Interspersed are beautiful sandy beaches. Beautiful waterfront homes just as you would see back home dot the beaches. We imagine many, if not most, belong to Yankees. Other than palms, which appear only where there are developments, there are no trees. Cacti of all shapes are ...
... and our camp site a cop on the pavement, right at the extremity of my peripheral vision, flapped his hand in a somewhat desultory manner. I just saw it but chose to ignore his pathetic signalling which could have been intended for any one of the dozens of vehicles around us. As it was he was directing us to stop. But we didn’t, until we came to an intersection manned by more cops who on seeing us immediately waved us over to the side. Our earlier cop with the moffie ...
... into the virginal sand.We had a Mexcian style breakfast,with eggs,sausage and beans,then hauled anchor for our last leg (with our friends0 to La Paz.It was by no means dull though partly melancholic,when we saw an Orca whale coming out of the entrance.What a perfect sighting!
On the VHF radio we tried to hail a marina for a berth when our friend Paul, on s/y Cementress called us and he relyed the new marina and booked us in for a week.We called friends ...