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What to do in Mulege? Baja California Sur

Sport Fishing

Mulege is a good destination for sport fishing, as you will have the opportunity to catch specimens such as blue marlin, dorado (mahi-mahi), swordfish, tuna, goat fish, horse mackerel, rooster fish, strong fish, wahoo and snappers, depending on the season.

Beach Tours

Embraced by the Sea of Cortez, the beaches of Bahía Concepción stand as some of Mexico's most breathtaking. Explore the vast archipelago of rocky islands, a haven for diverse bird species. Take your pick from multiple beaches to plunge into the warm waters or indulge in thrilling water sports.

Mulege Mission

Among the array of missions gracing Baja California, the Mission of Santa Rosalía of Mulegé stands as a jewel, established in 1705 by the Jesuit Juan Basaldúa. Perched on the side of a lofty mountain range, nestled beside a meandering stream, the mission offers a vantage point that reveals the stark beauty of the desert on one side and the lush embrace of date palms on the other.

Paddle Board

Embark on a Riverside Adventure: The Mulegé River gracefully winds its way through the town, culminating in the azure waters of the Gulf of California. As the tides rise, the river transforms into a perfect paddling haven. Feel the flow for a rejuvenating workout, especially when paddling against the current.

Horse Riding

Horseback riding along the shoreline is a timeless adventure that graces the top of every traveler's bucket list. No need for advanced courses or certifications—this experience is open to all. Expect the entire journey to be not just friendly and professional but a scenic escapade filled with plain fun.


Explore the vibrant underwater world off Mulegé, where snorkeling is a beloved pastime. Immerse yourself in the diverse marine life that calls these waters home. On a Mulegé snorkeling adventure, anticipate encounters with barracuda, colorful wrasse, lively sergeant majors, and graceful angelfish, making each dive a mesmerizing journey beneath the sea.

Rock Painting

For enthusiasts of caverns adorned with ancient rock art, San Borjita and Santa Trinidad unveil a captivating chapter of history. Journey to San Borjita, where the cave walls reveal mesmerizing red and black paintings dating back approximately 7500 years. These masterpieces depict a rich tapestry of animal life and human hunting, offering a window into the ancient world preserved within the rock.

An Oasis of Tranquility and Comfort! Our stay at Casas Río Mulegé was nothing short of extraordinary. From the moment we stepped into Casa Las Palmas, we were enveloped in the charm of this beautifully furnished haven. The attention to detail, from the cozy bedrooms to the well-equipped kitchen, made our vacation incredibly comfortable.The personalized service and warm hospitality from the Casas Río Mulegé team added an extra layer of delight to our stay. They went above and beyond to ensure every aspect of our vacation was exceptional. Highly recommended!