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Ensenada – Bufadora Kayak

Paddle your way to see one of Baja California's most amazing natural wonders, La Bufadora, or 'The blowhole'.

  • Relax on a scenic drive through Ensenada to the coast
  • Get adequate instruction on kayaking by English-speaking quides
  • Enjoy an amazing hour-long marine-eco experience
  • Experience the world's second-largest natural marine geyser
  • Difficulty level

    Level 4: Challenging - good mobility and fitness needed

  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Min. passengers


  • Booking Code


  • From

    $ 99

  • Notices

    Closed-toe shoes, sunglasses and sunblock are recommended

Departing from the pier, you board a bus to the quaint village of Bufadora. Along the way, we pass through the city of Ensenada with its many colourful buildings, cultural monuments and shops. Outside the city, large open fields of wildflowers merge with spectacular views of the ruggedly beautiful coastline as we approach our destination, Bufadora Cove on the Punta Banda peninsula.

Upon arrival, your English-speaking guides will provide a safety briefing followed by instructions on the use of your equipment. Once the kayaks are launched, prepare yourself for a 60-minute marine-eco experience unlike any you could ever imagine. The crystal-clear waters off Bufadora offer an endless view below the surface into a world abundant in varied and colourful marine life as you kayak to the second-largest natural marine geyser in the world.


  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Language: English
  • Included: Kayak equipments and wetsuit
  • Remarks/requirements: Closed-toed shoes, sunglasses and sunblock are recommended
  • Walking information: Light walking, but guests must be fit to kayak for an extended amount of time.
  • Wheelchair accessible: No
  • Minimum pax: 10