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The Loreto Bay National Park is located on the east coast of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, in the state of Baja California Sur. It was declared a national park in 1996 and covers an area of 206 square miles (534 square kilometers), including 20 islands and a coastal strip.
The park is known for its rugged landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and diverse marine life. The islands are home to a variety of bird species, including brown pelicans, frigatebirds, and blue-footed boobies. The waters surrounding the islands are home to a rich array of marine life, including dolphins, whales, sea lions, and numerous fish species. The National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (CONANP) manages Loreto Bay National Park, and they have established several marine reserves and protected areas within the park to conserve and protect its unique marine ecosystems and biodiversity.
Visitors to the park can enjoy a range of activities, including kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, and wildlife viewing. There are several designated camping areas on the islands, in addition to several small fishing villages where visitors can stay in local accommodations.
To preserve the natural beauty of the park, there are certain restrictions on activities such as fishing, hunting, and collecting shells or other marine life.