Thursday, June 14, 2018

Spotlight on Todos Santos Eco Adventures



In this issue, we're highlighting the beauty and bounty of Baja California Sur and how to explore with our innovative partners at Todos Santos Eco Adventures! 




Kusini has been proudly representing Todos Santos Eco Adventures (TOSEA) in Baja California Sur since 2016. As an inbound tour operator and owner of unique lodging options, we celebrate the way in which they facilitate deeper connections to the region in a natural way and are always eager to share the beauty and bounty of Baja with like-minded travelers. Read on for what's new and popular!



A Snapshot Refresher

Owner/operators Sergio and Bryan Jauregui
Since 2002 TOSEA have been sharing their passion for the phenomenal natural beauty, unique culture, and extraordinary wildlife of Baja California Sur. TOSEA's award-winning trips have been featured in National Geographic, the London Times, Outside Magazine, Coastal Living, Condé Nast Traveler, Forbes and Everett Potter's Travel Report. With owners Bryan and Sergio Jauregui at the helm, TOSEA's boutique style, concentrated attention to the guest experience and strong conservation travel credentials ensure TOSEA is a perfect complement to our portfolio! Watch this short and sweet webinar to learn more!

Kayaking Isla Espiritu Santo: A Migratory Glamping Adventure

This month marks the launch of a moveable glamping and kayaking adventure along the coastline of Isla Espiritu Santo on the Sea of Cortez. On this 6-day, 5-night trip, guests kayak the length of the island, making camp at three beautiful beaches along the way. Additional activities include swimming with playful sea lions, snorkeling colorful reefs, hiking volcanic trails, bird watching (even blue-footed boobies!), and taking in the stars and Milky Way at night! For a personal account, read Tad's Top Five Memories from his Baja kayak glamping trip in March, "testing" out the new itinerary!

Camp Colossus (as the movable abodes have been named) features just four 12' x 16' walk-in tents (sleeping 2 - 3 guests each) with comfortable cots with sleeping bags, chairs inside and out, bedside tables with lamps, storage areas and towels. There is a dining area where the camp chefs serve terrific food throughout the day, starting with cold breakfast and coffee, followed by hot breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner. A compost toilet cabaña completes the camp.

Though this adventure will be offered on a private basis, TOSEA are kicking it off with a celebratory set departure scheduled for the festive season this year: December 25-30, 2018. Rack (commissionable) pricing for exclusive private departures: 4-5 pax US$2,700/person, 6-7 pax US$2,200/person, 8+ pax US$2,000/person, Single supplement is $700. Read the full itinerary here.

Camp Cecil & Los Colibris Casitas

Bryan and Sergio are also the owners/operators of two exclusive accommodation options, adding to the high-touch experience for guests. Click here for a video tour!

Camp Cecil is on everyone's wish list since opening its 'flaps' in 2016. Located on Isla Espiritu Santo in the Sea of Cortez, Camp Cecil is a haven for travelers wishing to unplug from everyday life and plug into the beauty of Baja California Sur. Guests will love the comfort of the eight walk-in safari style tents (with real beds!), dinning tent (with food prepared by a
personal chef) and the lounging areas. A stay at the camp is guaranteed to be a highlight of any adventure!

Los Colibris Casitas boast the most stunning views in Todos Santos, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. They have been awarded TripAdvisor's "Certificate of Excellence" every year since 2011. Offering a variety of accommodation options, Los Colibris is a true oasis with the best welcome around! And, let's not forget to mention Iker's Colibris Cafe serving the best breakfast in town and home to fun-filled cooking classes!

Explore the Region

The Baja peninsula is comprised of an amazing collection of diverse ecosystems, and TOSEA creates adventures that allow visitors to explore - and help conserve - the oceans, deserts, mountains, islands, estuaries, dunes, coastlines and mangroves that support one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.

Active adventures include: yoga, hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, bird watching, volunteering, cooking classes, sea turtle camp, ranch life, and more on land! No itinerary is complete without fun on the water including: surfing, snorkeling, kayaking, SUP, whale watching, swimming with whale sharks and sea lions, fishing...and the list goes on!

We invite you to explore more by viewing these seasonally specific sample itineraries:
November - December Itinerary
January - March Itinerary

Not sure when to go? This weather/species chart and whale calendar should help!

Positive Impact

TOSEA is committed to the health and well-being of the local environment. Among other actions, they have completely eliminated single-use plastics in their business and procurement practices (check-out the ad, inset here, from their new campaign), and they're working towards becoming carbon neutral.

But for TOSEA, the local environment covers not only the local ecosystems, but the people and businesses of Baja California Sur as well. They work closely with and support local individuals and businesses including the local fishing cooperatives along the Pacific coastline, the ranchers and burreros of the Sierra La Laguna mountains, local and independent adventure professionals, and locally owned and operated art galleries, shops, restaurants, hotels, and nonprofit organizations working for the betterment of the local community.

TOSEA are proud sponsors of the Todos Santos Music Festival, the GastroVino Festival, the Todos Santos Film Festival, as well as local boxing, soccer and baseball clubs.

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