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Baja California (short tour)

From San Diego to Santa Rosalia and back! - best weather and cactus in flower!

The Baja Peninsula is one of Mexico’s richest areas for plants.


With the Cactus and Succulent Society of America Biennial Convention in San Diego in 2025, this is the perfect opportunity to do this post-convention tour of Baja California.


Cactus species are abundant: Ferocactus, Echinocereus, Mammillaria, Stenocereus, Lophocereus and of course choyas! Because of its isolation, the peninsula includes quite a few endemics, like Pachycereus pringlei, Echinocereus lindseyi, Lophocereus schottii, among others. Many other interesting plants grow in Baja: Dudleya, Agave, Fouquieria, Euphorbia, etc.


The scenery is spectacular, clear water, beaches, and of course, a visit to a few islands complete this magical trip!

Where, When & How Much?

8 Days

April 28-May 5, 2025

Starts in San Diego and ends in Santa Rosalia

8 to 12

Participants

Taking Expression of interest

Mini bus

Vehicles

All-inclusive, except air fare

US$2950

Per Person

+ US$380

Single Occupancy

Our Habitats

...and their flora and fauna
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