Mountains filled with woods, wild fauna, canyons, waterfalls and beautiful landscapes. You´ll be able to appreciate the National Observatory, Mexico´s most important lookout, where you can see the Pacific Ocean and the Mar de Cortes, you can go on walks, hiking, mountain bike riding, go on safari, look at cave/rock paintings and missionary ruins.
From the end of the 17th century to the 19th century, Jesuit, Franciscan and Dominican priests founded many missions in California that were one of the institutions that the Spanish crown used to colonize these territories, where their dominion hadn´t reached yet.
Very few places in the Golfo de California are as rich in flora and fauna as Valle de los Cirios. Also, few places in the world have such marine life diversity, and the beauty of the landscape in this amazing place.