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Baja Gray Whale Inspiration & Wellness Retreat
March 21-26, 2019, San Ignacio, Baja, Mexico
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Planned itinerary (subject to change):
6 days, 5 nights of F.U.N.  
Day 1:
  •         Arrive in Loreto sometime Thursday. We have the information you need!  
  •         Get picked up at the airport and brought to our 5 star hotel accommodation. The group meets around the pool                Thursday evening. (Those that arrive in time for lunch or dinner can meet and we can explore the town a bit                   together.) Midday arrival recommended.

Day 2: 
  •  Leave via van to San Ignacio Lagoon by 7:30 a.m. Breakfast on your own—at the hotel is easy. Lunch TBD. 
  •             Our goal is to get to the Lagoon in time for the afternoon whale watch.  
  •  Our first afternoon whale watch* in San Ignacio lagoon.  
  •  Happy hour!
  •  Dinner at camp and star gazing!

Day 3 and 4: 
  •  Good morning stretch and ‘Connect With Yourself” circle (optional) before breakfast.  
  •  Morning whale watch.*
  •  Lunch. All meals include food and all drinks.
  •  Afternoon whale watch.*
  •  Time for relaxing, reflecting, sharing, walking and exploring at various times of day, as well as daily happy hour.
  •  Dinner 
  •  Evening group playshops and inspirational coaching sessions.  

Day 5: 
  •  Good morning stretch and ‘Connect With Yourself” circle (optional) before breakfast.
  •  Morning whale watch.*
  •  Lunch and saying goodbye to the camp
  •  Van ride back to Loreto. The ride itself offers many sites of natural beauty. Depending the group’s desires, we can     take a more time to return to Loreto with places to stop along the way.
  •  Dinner in Loreto and check in to La Mision Hotel for another 5 star night. Our last dinner together and sharing our     stories.

Day 6: 
  •         Relaxing in or touring Loreto before flying home with memories for a lifetime. Transportation from hotel back to              the airport is included in the cost.

BONUS: One individual, professional coaching/counseling session by a licensed therapist and holistic wellness coach is INCLUDED in the cost, including email follow up after we depart. We will keep your momentum going!
You may also arrange for additional coaching/counseling sessions before, during or after the retreat!

COST: $1,600 per person (with shared accommodations at the hotel and camp) includes all transportation to and from Loreto airport, transportation to and from the camp/San Ignacio, 6 whale watches, all meals and happy hours while at camp, and 5 star hotel stay for 2 nights in Loreto before and after camp. No ‘single supplement’ (we hate those) if you are willing to share a cabin and room (one bed for each person).  

$725 DEPOSIT DUE BY NOVEMBER 1, 2018! Non-refundable after December 1st. Payment in full is due by December 10th in order to ensure we don’t lose our place at the camp! March is the best time for seeing the most moms and baby Gray Whales.

This cost is VERY likely to go DOWN as it is based on 8 people. As soon as we have more people, the cost goes down and you get a REBATE!! So gather your friends and family and get your deposits in soon! The camps fill up nearly a year in advance and they are holding our spaces. We need a minimum of 8 by November 1st to proceed. 

You can also easily stay a couple more days in Loreto and explore the Sea of Cortez. There may still be Blue whales in the bay, certainly there are lots of seals to visits, kayaking and other boat trips as well as visits to the famous cave paintings of Baja. I can help you plan what you need and escort you for an additional fee.

What’s NOT included:
Plan fare/transportation to Loreto. (I have researched the best, easiest and cheapest ways to get there and back. Easy to fly direct from San Diego via the Tijuana skyway or Los Angeles/LAX.)  
Meals in Loreto or snacks on the way to San Ignacio, and tips to the staff at camp and/or hotel. Meals are VERY reasonable priced and wonderful at various restaurants in Loreto, including the hotel.  

* All safety equipment is provided and you don't have to get wet!! The pangas have padded seats but no back rest (same as ALL the boats that operate in the lagoon) and can get bouncy if it is windy. Those with significant back or neck issues should talk to their doctor first. Knee pads are HIGHLY recommended (but not necessary) so you can get even closer to the whales when they come up to the boat!
Whale watches are subject to cancellation (not likely) due to weather/wind. Refunds may be issued but it is up to camp management. This will be negotiated ahead of time.






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