Experience Mexico’s rich culture and natural wonders with the whole family during this weeklong adventure in Baja California Sur. Designated a pueblo mágico (magical village), Todos Santos offers a special opportunity to immerse your family in the marine and cultural environments of this off-the-beaten path destination, with the support and connections of the CSU Todos Santos Center and its staff.

The next Family Adventure Week is TBD. Reach out to Seth Webb at Seth.webb@colostate.edu to learn more.

Open to CSU faculty, staff, and alumni, this family-oriented trip is designed with the active, adventurous, culturally-curious family in mind — one that wants to experience and explore more than the average spring break trip to Cabo.

The itinerary explores both the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez coasts of the Baja California Peninsula and is packed full of marine and land-based adventures like swimming with sea lions, sea kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, surfing, and hiking.

“Both my wife, Sue, and I had a great time on the Todos Santos family adventure week. Highlights were exploring the town of Todos Santos, swimming with whale sharks, and glamping. It was very informative to learn more about the Todos Santos and CSU collaborations.” – Dr. Steve Withrow, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Sciences



  • The rich history and charm of Todos Santos
  • The Todos Santos Center as an extension of Colorado State University
  • Conservation in Baja California Sur

Trip leader: Seth Webb — Director, CSU Mountain Campus

Program cost: $4,500-$5,000*; includes 6 nights lodging and in-country transportation, most activities and most meals (*for a family of four; subject to change)
Questions? Contact Seth Webb at Seth.webb@colostate.edu.

View the 2018 itinerary here.

“We enjoyed exploring such a biologically and culturally diverse area with other CSU families.” – Dr. Carol Seger, College of Natural Sciences, Psychology

CSU Todos Santos Center staff converse under outdoor pergola.