Manuel Marquez de Leon-La Paz International Airport (LAP)

Located at the southern end of the Baja Peninsula, the Mexican city of La Paz offers a pristine, sun-soaked natural landscape that attracts visitors the world over. From stunning, secluded beaches to placid, crystal-clear waters, this entry point to the Sea of Cortez has everything you could want in a tropical destination and more.

Appreciate Nature and Discover Adventure

Start your day with a leisurely stroll or invigorating jog along the Malecon boardwalk. Here, you can shop for everything from local art to Mexican footwear. History lovers will enjoy sights of the city’s past, including the INAH Museum, the Cultural Center of La Paz and the Cathedral. No matter where you turn, you'll find evidence of the region’s rich history.

Snorkeling, swimming, fishing and watersports enthusiasts will find plenty to do. Spend a day sunbathing and relaxing at any of La Paz’s six beaches, or go scuba diving or snorkeling in what Jacques Cousteau affectionately called, "The Aquarium of the World." You can also go fishing along the Sea of Cortez and, in many places, cook and eat your catch of the day for dinner.

La Paz offers a wide variety of dining and after-dinner experiences at reasonable prices. A wide variety of international cuisine is available, in addition to authentic local Mexican fare and seafood.

Plan Your Trip

Whether you’re taking off on a family holiday or an anniversary trip with your sweetheart, Delta Vacations offers you the benefits, flexibility and service to make your La Paz getaway an unforgettable experience. Accommodations range from a luxurious spa resort to a historic downtown hotel.

Round-trip transfers between the airport and your hotel are included with your vacation package. The airport is a 20 to 30-minute drive to La Paz hotels. For a more in-depth experience, add an exciting tour or activity like a day trip to Los Cabos or a whale-watching tour to your vacation package.