La Paz Tourism Board Debuts New Travel App

Go LaPazLa Paz Tourism Board has introduced its new, official travel app.  Go LaPaz is free, easy-to-use and enhances your visit to La Paz by providing a comprehensive, easy-to-use directory of La Paz’s gourmet restaurants, world-class hotels and resorts, exciting nightlife, and internationally-acclaimed outdoor adventures. Go LaPaz provides contact information, photos, and descriptions of each activity, business and destination.

Image galleries showcase La Paz’s natural beauty and recreational abundance, presenting the destination’s most exciting activities like swimming with sea lions, paddle boarding with whale sharks, world class sportfishing, and kayaking in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Features Include:

Where to Stay – View photos of La Paz’s hotels and resorts, with contact information conveniently listed.

Things to Do – Plan your adventure with must-do activity suggestions and tour information. Snorkeling with sea lions, paddleboarding with whale sharks, and fishing are all at your fingertips.

Where to Eat – Explore La Paz’s international food scene with a directory of restaurants.

World’s Aquarium – Experience the Sea of Cortez with photos and activity suggestions.

Beaches – Photos and directions to La Paz’s beautiful beaches.

Live in La Paz – Photos and information about various La Paz second home and vacation properties.

Go LaPaz app is FREE and can be download for iPhone here.

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4 comments for “La Paz Tourism Board Debuts New Travel App

  1. earl
    2013-06-02 at 3:54 pm

    Looks good except when I click on the links I get information for Puerto Vallarta. Got anything for La Paz?

    • Susie Albin-Najera
      2013-06-03 at 7:40 pm

      Hi- where are you clicking? I tried them and they go to itunes to the app for me. Let me know if I can help further.

  2. 2013-03-28 at 6:09 am

    This is exciting news, not only for travelers but for those who live in La Paz. Hopefully it will make it easier to get around and see what La Paz has to offer.

    I am disappointed about one thing and that’s that I’m unable to test out this app because I have an android, not an iphone. I hope you’ll create a new app (soon) for those of us on this operating system so that we, too, will be able to take advantage of your offering.

    • Susie Albin-Najera
      2013-03-28 at 7:33 am

      Hi Nathan! Thanks for your comments and we hear you! I will check with La Paz to see if one is in the works for Android. All the best,

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