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Cruises visiting Isla San Jose & all Isla San Jose cruises for  2019

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Isla San José is a semi-arid island in the Gulf of California, 6 km off the east coast of the Baja California peninsula. It lies 60 km north of the city of La Paz in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. The island has no dwellings, and much of the coastline rises steeply to the central ridge reaching over 600m. There are some extensive sandy beaches, along the south and west coasts, and the only greenery on the island is at the southern tip, where there is a small enclosed brackish lagoon lined with mangroves. To the west of the lagoon is Bahia Amortajada

Of particular interest on Isla San Jose is its forest of giant cardon (“thistle”) cacti, the world's tallest cactus, as well as more than 80 types of other cacti. Cardon cactus can grow on bare rock, as bacteria in its roots fix nitrogen from the air and break down the rock to produce nutrients. It can reach heights on 19 m (average 10 m), trunk to one metre, with several erect branches, and can weight 25 tons. So, venture inland uphill for close-ups of the cacti. This is a World Heritage Site.

Visitors can tender to the beach of Bahia Amortajada, an excellent place to picnic and swim, though there’s no shade. Kayak around some parts of the rocky coast that have interesting rock formations. At the mid-point on the west coast is a low promontory, historically used to mine salt from its one square kilometre of salt pans.

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