Lighthouse: Board the “Auriga” transport (an open-air converted pick-up truck) for a short ride to the foot of El Creston hill, where the lighthouse is located.
The Hike: The challenging hike will take you up the winding path to the world’s highest, natural, working lighthouse in the world. See stunning views which include the Pacific Ocean, your ship by the harbor below and miles of Mexican coastline to the south and north 515 ft. above sea level. At night, light can be seen more than 30 miles out at sea.
Flora & Fauna: If you’re a nature lover, don’t miss this opportunity to see iguanas, tropical birds, butterflies and some exotic varieties of cactus and flowers along the way.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 8 years. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back or neck injuries or heart conditions may not participate on this excursion.
What to Bring: Camera, hiking shoes, bug repellant and hat.
Good to Know: Hike is one hour in duration on uneven, slippery gravel terrain with inclines for approximately 1 ½ miles, with close to 300 steps.