Help guard the beach and protect turtles from poaching at the La Escobilla Turtle Camp.
Witness the hatching of vulnerable baby turtles.
You may have a chance to help release hatchlings into the ocean.
One of the most intriguing natural marvels takes place quietly and involves tiny, vulnerable creatures. For a few months annually on Mexico’s Pacific coast, olive ridley sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs in the sand. By the light of the moon, the baby hatchlings scurry to the sea, remembering forever their birthplace to which they will one day return to continue the cycle of life.
Personally ensure that journey is a safe one by helping to patrol the beach while the sea turtle hatchlings head to the sea.
Spend several nights working side by side with the Mexican Ministry of the Environment, Mexican Navy and locals to guard beaches closes to nesting sites.
Stay at a picturesque ecolodge set high on the cliffs above the Pacific Ocean.
Explore a community-based project working to restore mangrove estuaries and a wild iguana conservation farm.