Magbay Liveaboard Fishing Trip

Riviera 43'

  • 1 stateroom with 1 Queen Size Bed
  • 1 stateroom with 3 Single Beds
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • A/C
  • Flybridge with lounge and fridge
  • Water Maker


  • Up to 4 passengers.
  • 3 full days on the water and 4 nights.
  • Professional guiding.
  • All meals and drinks.

Not included

  • Tips (10-20%)
  • Fishing license (25 USD each)
  • Transportation to San Carlos
  • Special requests


Mahi-mahi, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Marlin, Snapper, Grouper and Yellowfin.


Bahía Magdalena, (Mag Bay) is a 50 km long bay along the western coast of Baja. It is protected from the Pacific Ocean by the sandy barrier islands of Isla Magdalena and Isla Santa Margarita. Fishing both inshore and offshore of MagBay is some of the best in the world. The huge variety and numbers of fish make this fishery unique.

One of the fishiest places in Baja


Day 0

Arrival in Loreto or La Paz.

Loreto / La Paz transportation

to Puerto San Carlos

Sleep in Puerto Magdalena

Day 1

Fishing within Puerto Magdalena, there can be groupers and horse mackerel.

Sleep at: Cabo San Lázaro.

Day 2

Tethys wreckeds hip

Wahoo fishing, horse mackerel, tuna.

Sleep at: Cabo San Lázaro.

Day 3

Look for Marlin.

Sleep at: Cabo San Lázaro.

Day 4

Look for Marlin.

Sleep in Puerto Magdalena.

Day 5

Transportation from Puerto Magdalena to the airport.

NOTE: The itinerary will depend on the weather and movement in fishing.

don't miss

the experience!


David Flores

David Flores

David likes to dive deep in the digital and underwater worlds, his taste for adventures has taken him to reside in the heart of southern Baja

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