Author Archives: RED Travel Mexico

WTTC visits RED to highlight one man’s journey through life in sustainable tourism video series

This spring, a film crew from the WTTC’s Tourism for Tomorrow Awards visited RED Travel México to focus on the life of an unlikely conservationist, chef Hubert Murillo. If you’ve travelled with RED, you may have enjoyed the local flavor and passion that Hubert puts into his cooking. If you haven’t tried his chocolate clams, […]

Cabo Pulmo Marine Park – the ultimate Baja getaway

Cabo Pulmo National Park, tucked away on the coast between Los Cabos and La Paz, is one of the Baja California peninsula’s true natural gems. What was once a fishing village is now a marine park, and recognized around the world as a success story and a model for marine species and habitat conservation. The story […]

Why You Should Visit Magdalena Bay in February and March

Magdalena Bay, has been called the Jewel of the Pacific, Mexico’s Chesapeake and is often accompanied by adjectives that, if you don’t know the place, border on hyperbolic: amazing, marvelous, incredible, majestic (we use this one). Though if you have visited this natural paradise (there’s another one), you know that these words don’t quite do […]

​RED Welcomes New Executive Director of its Philanthropic Arm​

One of the things that sets RED apart is our hybrid model that combines a world class for-profit tour operator with a non-profit  organization (asociación civil or AC in México). This model gives us a wide range of tools in pursuit of our objectives of creating sustainable employment alternatives, generating support for conservation of species and habitat, […]

Whale sharks in La Paz

La Paz, Baja California Sur is one of the few destinations in the world regularly visited by whale sharks. These magnificent creatures are the largest fish on the planet and, despite their size (adults can reach up to 65 feet long), they are known locally as pezapo and globally as the gentle giants. Having tiny […]

Building bridges to a sustainable future

Can you remember the first time you connected with nature? For some of us these experiences leave such an impact that they mark a turning point in our lives. At RED Travel México, we actively seek out opportunities to create life changing experiences through nature.This June, as part of the Puentes (Bridges) program of RED’s philanthropic arm Red […]

RED Travel México and students from Tec de Monterrey combat climate change and desertification through participatory travel

This September, RED launched a pilot program bringing students from one of Mexico’s top universities, the Tec de Monterrey, for a hands-on course on climate change, water and desertification, and other important issues. What makes this course different is that the students didn’t just come to learn; they came to make an impact, both here […]

Scaling up impact: RED transfers sustainable tourism know-how to micro-enterprises and partner NGOs in Northwest Mexico

RED prides itself as an organization that views challenges, successes and failures as opportunities for learning, evolving and pushing the entire sustainable tourism sector forward in Mexico. Over the last five years we have developed tools and methodology to strengthen micro-enterprises and individuals committed to sustainable tourism. Over the last 18 months, RED has leveraged […]

Scaling up impact: RED transfers sustainable tourism know-how to micro-enterprises and partner NGOs in Sonora, Sinaloa, Nayarit and Baja California Sur

RED prides itself as an organization that views challenges, successes and failures as opportunities for learning, evolving and pushing the entire sustainable tourism sector forward in Mexico. Over the last five years we have developed tools and methodology to strengthen micro-enterprises and individuals committed to sustainable tourism. Over the last 18 months, RED has leveraged […]