BAJA CAVE PAINTING TOURS BY MULE

JOURNEY DEEP INTO THE SIERRA, DEEP INTO THE PAST

One of the amazing things about the Baja is its ability to remain unchanged.  Sure the weather comes through and rearranges an arroyo, or towns grow a little more each year, but beyond that, out in the desert many things are preserved the way they have been for hundreds or even thousands of years.  The cave paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco and the guides that lead you there are both examples of how some things never change.  Join us on our multi day mule trips that leave from near San Ignacio, Baja California Sur

Cave Paintings Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur
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Cave Paintings, Mule Trips Baja California
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FIVE DAY ROCK ART TRIP

Visit a multitude of rock art sites and experience the beauty of the Sierra de San Francisco on this 5 day adventure 

Day 1
Leave from San Ignacio for Guadalupe to meet guides and pack. Ride to Santa Theresa (3 hrs)
Day 2
Hike from Base Camp to cuevas: La Palmita, Pintada, Flechas, Aguillas, Musicos
Day 3
Move to new Base Camp San Gregorio and explore
Day 4
Morning hike from Base Camp to cuevas: San Gregorio I, San Gregorio II, La Familia, Las Torugas, Boca San Casimi as well as petroglyphs. In the afternoon begin to head back.
Day 5
Ride back to Guadalupe and then onto San Ignacio or Loreto

THREE DAY ROCK ART TRIP

You can still see amazing cave paintings sites on our three day rock art adventure

Day 1
Leave from San Ignacio for Guadalupe to meet guides and pack. Ride to Santa Theresa (3 hrs)
Day 2
Hike from Base Camp to cuevas: La Palmita, Pintada, Flechas, Aguillas, Musicos
Day 3
Ride back to Guadalupe and then onto San Ignacio or Loreto

Please note:  While not terribly strenuous these accessing these sites can be very challenging.  Short scrambles up slippery slopes, and walking along dry riverbeds will be necessary in sections.  It is not recommended for those with knee, ankle, issues.