Loreto has retained its old Baja, small-town feel. Not only will you find outstanding fishing, first-class boats of all sizes, gracious people, amazing food, and modern amenities, but also one of the most beautiful environments found anywhere. (Read The Full Article)
For decades, fathers, mothers, children, and grandchildren have joined in an annual summer pilgrimage in search of dorado. Although both the fishery and the seasons have expanded, families now enjoy their visits year-round. (Read The Full Article)
Loreto, the smallest of the three major destinations in Baja Sur, offers one of the most extensive lists of outdoor activities found in the region. It is THE answer to the question, “Where can I take my family?” (Read The Full Article)
Places to Stay
Loreto offers you that home away from home, whether it’s a 5-star hotel, a smaller lodge, or a long-term rental, you will enjoy the warm hospitality of the friendly staff.
Dining is an unparalleled adventure whether in elegant restaurants or small family-run cafes – most ingredients (and seasonings) are grown locally for the authentic Mexican dishes. Be sure to try the Almejas Chocolatas, a native dish you can only enjoy in Loreto.
Where Is It?
How to Get There
For most, flights to Loreto begin in home countries. The main provider of direct international flights is Alaska Airlines, Los Angeles, connecting to the Loreto Airport. See what’s in the works to make your journey more convenient and touch-free at https://blog.alaskaair.com/coronavirus/touch-free-travel-options-next-level-care/
During the winter, WestJet offers services from Calgary, (YYC) CAN, straight to Loreto.
Volaris or Calafia airlines offer flights to Loreto from Tijuana. Just cross from San Diego by CBX Cross Border Express. CBX not only offers valet service but it also allows visitors to avoid long lines at customs going in and out of the country.
Just announced, American Airlines is introducing new seasonal flights from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in Texas and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to Loreto beginning December 19. Flights will run Saturdays round trip through April.
FMMs (Forma Migratoria Multiple), Mexican tourist permits or applications, are required for all non-Mexican citizens entering Baja. A passport or passport card is required to obtain an FMM. Passports and passport cards must be valid for six months or more from the date of entry. All incoming flights into Baja arriving from a foreign country distribute the FMMs when you clear customs at the airport. It is recommended that you request the permit for the full six months. The fee for the permit is usually included in the airfare. When you depart from inside Baja, or travel across the border any other way, you must request an FMM.
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