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The Wirikuta Shaman

Step Inside the Wirikuta

Derived from the Huichol (“which-all”) word meaning “The pilgrimage to the Peyote sacred land”, the Wirikuta (“weary-koo-ta”) is situated between the only natural estuary in the region and the exclusive marina community of Puerto Los Cabos. Home to over 120,000 cacti specimens (700 different types) from around Mexico the Wirikuta is described by all who visit as a must-see destination.

The Estuary at the Wirikuta

The Estuary within the Wirikuta

Right Next to Cabo’s Only Natural Fresh Water Estuary

Cabo’s Famous estuary was originally called “Aguada Segura” or “Certain watering place” by Spanish sailors. As the only fresh water inlet in the region, this naturally occurring water source ensures that the Wirikuta will remain green and lush for decades to come – a real luxury in the arid desert of Los Cabos.

Swan in the Estuary at the WirikutaThe Estuary at the Wirikuta from the Air

People canoeing in the Estuary at the WirikutaBridge over the Estuary at the Wirikuta