Two weeks of food, packing, logistics, shuttle drivers, etc was the same if not more complicated.
Some of the mountains off the ocean are 5,000' straight up, so there are only two 4wd road access points in the entire 150 miles section. Remote does not begin to describe ones location.
Camping under the moon for two weeks
The only "store" and Pacifico stop for 150+ miles
Another great sunrise
Fresh coconut extraction
Not the best eating fish in the sea
A tiny fishing village on a island a few hundred yards wide.
One of our camping/snorkeling sites
Snorkeling at lunch stops and all along the way.
Last sunrise on the Sea of Cortez. :(
I have to say, despite the lack of whitewater, everyone in our group had a bast! While a lot of work, the nice thing is it is a multi-day trip you can bring anyone along who enjoys camping, fishing, snorkeling, and if they don't know how to kayak, you have plenty of time to practice. We brought all our whitewater gear like first aid kits, Watershed Duffel dry bags and Watershed Futa Stow Floats along with our white water boating shoes and my regular Astra Green jacket. We had enough room that we bought some nicer camping gear like portable table and a tarp along with tents which were good for the one or two buggy beaches. If your looking for a different type of fall/winter paddling trip, give Baja a try!