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From Loreto: Canipole Cave Painting Guided Hike

1. From Loreto: Canipole Cave Painting Guided Hike

Come join this time traveling 3.5-hour tour with a knowledgeable guide. Discover the region of the State of Baja California Sur and the San Francisco mountain range, where you’ll find the nuclei of cave paintings that abound throughout this area. Take a 45-minute walk into the heart of the mountains, during which your guide will explain the key features of the flora and fauna surrounding you. Enjoy beautiful landscapes that go from the imposing La Giganta mountain range to hundreds of hectares of fertile soil.  Finally, you’ll arrive at the cave paintings, made hundreds of years before the arrival of the Missioners by the inhabitants of the peninsula, who were organized into tribes of huntsmen. Most of the knowledge that we have from this time has been collected from accurate readings of cave paintings. Your guide will teach you much more about these fascinating paintings before you return to Loreto. Take a well-needed stop for lunch on the way back at an authentic Mexican local restaurant.

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What people are saying about Loreto, Mexico

The tour is good, the guide is friendly and has a good chat. The paintings are wonderful, it is incredible what they did with what they had, what they tell, what they saw and imagined. The bad thing was that they offer food in a typical Mexican restaurant, which is not true, they give you a snack on the way and burritos in the van… I recommend that they give you an ice-cold coke for after such a walk in these heats it would be great. Very bad who writes what is offered if you have not done the tour. Because they offer a meal in a restaurant if they don't, that's not true. Cross out.

Excellent rock climbing tour. Our local guide Santos was extremely knowledgeable of the area, helped us in every way possible due to our inexperience in hiking. We climbed 350m above sea level and that was enough for us for a good sweat. Hiking shows will make the experience easier.

excellent hike, just consider if some skill is required to climb stepping on rocks and scaling small walls.