This package is available for 7 and 4 night stays.
- Nightly Entertainment program within the resorts (Live shows)
- Full day activity program within the resort
- 1st day - 25 minute back massage at Sabila Spa and wellness center.
- 2nd day - In a 22 foot panga, you will go fishing around the islands of Loreto: Enjoy catching Dorado / Yellow Tail / Cabrilla / Sailfish / Black Marlin / Roosterfish / Grouper / Jack Crevalle / Sierra / Wahoo / Yellowfin Tuna, depending on the season.
Second day the guest will stay on the mountains to camp where they have dinner and sleep in ecological tents, or use a 40USD resort credit on Spa or Food and Beverage.
- 3rd day - Return from Camping and City tour in downtown Loreto.
- 4th day - In a 22 foot panga, free fishing day.
- 5th day - In a 22 foot panga, fishing day and learn how to cook the fish Loreto style.
- 6th day - Bottom fishing for Mahi Mahi and Grouper around the islands of Loreto in a 22 foot panga.
- 7th day - Morning at leisure.
TRAVEL DATES - ALL YEAR ROUND
Loreto Fishing Information
Loreto has a reputation as an excellent sport fishing location. This is its main tourist attraction, as well as the main source of employment in the area, thus linking Loreto's economy closely to fishing. There are two well-defined fishing seasons: summer features "dorado" and species like marlin (black marlin, Atlantic blue marlin, striped marlin) and sailfish, which are ideal for the fly fishing; winter fishing features "yellow tail" (jurel) and other species that usually are deep in the sea rocks. In addition to these seasonal species, Loreto's waters are home to other species like snapper and sea bass, which are found all year long.Thanks to this abundance, Loreto has been home of several IGFA records. The two "foundations" of Loreto's sport fishing are the "dorado" and the "yellow tail" (Seriola lalandi dorsalis). The Dorado is the emblematic species of Loreto's warm waters, its season beginning in late May, peaking from July to September, and ending in November, with two important tournaments, in July and September. The yellow tail is one of the strongest species; its season begins in November, peaks from March to April, and comes to an end in late May.