Club Caribe members who choose to stay at the Villa del Palmar resort on the Islands of Loreto are sure to spend their time revelling in the beauty and grandeur of the Loreto Bay National Park. A location that radiates peace and tranquillity, the Loreto Bay National Park encompasses 2,065 square kilometres (about 800 square miles) of sea in the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez, which is home to over 800 species of marine wildlife. This is a secluded, idyllic paradise where nature takes precedence.
The park was officially protected in 1996 by presidential decree, and has so much to offer; all who spend time here leave mesmerized and stunned by its beauty. Stretching from Isla Coronados in the north to Isla Catalana in the south, this park protects some of the most delicate ecosystems in the world. Within its boundaries you can see many species that are classified as endangered or at risk in their natural environment. For these reasons and more, the Loreto Bay National park is now recognized by the United Nations and holds a place on their World Heritage Sites list.
Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loréto
The park is just one of the features that makes staying at the Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loréto so special and unique. The optional all-inclusive resort overlooks Danzante Island and the bay making it very easy to explore the park as a Villa del Palmar guest. You can paddle board, kayak, swim, snorkel, or dive in any areas of the park, and many tours leave from the resort.
Why not visit the Island of Loreto on your next vacation using your Club Caribe membership?