Explore Guerrero Negro
Guerrero Negro is a strategic spot in the Baja Peninsula if you’ve decided to explore it from start to finish. We’re located in the 28th parallel that divides Baja California Norte and Sur (North and South), 607 km from Ensenada and 699 km from the city of La Paz.
Guerrero Negro has everything to offer you a pleasant stay; we have great gastronomy, stunning sunsets, if you have enough time we offer guided visits to the world’s largest Salt Works (and the main job source in the town). In the surroundings the visitors will also find one natural and one cultural place (out of the 32 sites considered in the UNESCO’S World Heritage list): the first one of the Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, which is an important habitat for the reproduction and hibernation of gray whales and seals, as well as other mammals, included the California’s sea lion, the elephant seal of the north and the blue whale, standing out as an attraction the gray whale watching season in the months of January to March; the second site is the Sierra de San Francisquito’s Cave Paintings, which are calculated to have more than 10,000 years in perfect state, with landscapes that we can say haven’t changed with the passing of time. These are the natural and cultural wonders in Guerrero Negro that offer endless possibilities of recreation and education.
You can also visit the peninsular pronghorn recovery center and the missions of Santa Gertrudis and San Borja.
Tours available in Los Caracoles Hotel:
- Guided tour to the Salt Works
- Whale watching tours
- Visit to the Peninsular Pronghorn Recovery Center
- Tours to the Sierra of San Francisquito
- Tours to the Missions