Surrounded by barren desert, and set amidst ancient laurel trees and coconut and date palms, La Paz’s unspoiled natural environment brings eco-tourists, sport fishermen, divers, whale watchers and travelers of all ages to this serene corner of Mexico. It offers historical sights like Velasco Garden (the city’s main square), and eco adventures like taking a boat ride to Espiritu Santo (“Desert Island”), one of the world’s best-preserved sanctuaries. The 23,800-acre preserve boasts dozens of bays, a rich marine life, native and a variety of mammals and reptiles, some of which are only native to the island. For a port city whose name means “peace” in Spanish, it’s only fitting that La Paz remains a tranquil, lovely port, preserved with a provincial and nostalgic atmosphere.
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