Loreto, Baja California Sur (LTO) is a lovely little seaside town that’s big on history and even bigger on charm. Now American Airlines has upped its weekly flights to the destination from Phoenix, AZ (PHX) to six flights per week. This non-stop service is in addition to the one weekly flight on the airline from Dallas, TX (DFW), allowing connecting service from just about anywhere in the nation, as well as an Alaska Airlines’ connection from Los Angeles and service on Volaris Airlines from Tijuana via San Diego’s Cross Border Express.
“We are thrilled with American Airlnes’ continued confidence in Loreto as a destination,” said Jesus Ordoñez, general director of Visit Loreto, in a press statement. “The have been extraordinary partners in increasing access to our unique location and its authentic and sustainable adventure offerings. We look forward to welcoming and delighting more visitors with American’s increased flight frequency.”
Loreto Means Adventure for the Whole Family
Baja California Sur is a land of contrasts, and Loreto is no exception. This is the land where the mountains meet the sea, giving your clients endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation that are fun for the entire family. The Sierra de la Giganta Mountain range spills into the pristine Bay of Loreto National Marine Park, where they can kayak, snorkel, paddle board, sail and dive to their heart’s content in one of the richest areas for marine wildlife around.
On land, they’ll find mountain biking, hiking, camping and more on the desert landscapes. There are myriad outfitters in town to help you put together an active adventure. Loreto has great restaurants, including international menus, small hotels ranging from budget-friendly to more exclusive boutique accommodations, shopping and historical attractions.
For more information, visit visitbajasur.travel.