Experience the natural wonders that this part of Mexico has to offer. Baja’s clorful nature and wildlife offers many possibilities to experience the pure life and to become part of some of the most beautiful things in life. Watching the whales breeding in Baja warm waters, swimming with sharks, or releasing baby turtles into the ocean are just some of our daily pleasures.
Baja California Sur is the northernmost nesting area of the olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea). The olive ridley and leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea) turtles are two species known to regularly nest on the beaches of the southern portion of the peninsula, Baja California Sur (Nichols, 2003). Both are listed as vulnerable by IUCN (2014) and endangered by the Mexican government’s national red list (SEMARNAT, 2010).