Oceanic Society films Blue Habits episode with RED Travel México

Blue Habits, gray whales and sea turtles Our friends at the Oceanic Society visited us in Baja California Sur in March as part of their Blue Habits Series, celebrating their 50 years of ocean conservation across the world. They came to experience the marine life including whale sharks in La Paz, and gray whales and […]

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What makes La Paz such a unique destination for whale shark tourism?

The Baja California Peninsula is truly a mecca for nature tourism, boasting seasonal gray whales along the Pacific coast, 5 of the world’s 7 species of sea turtle, and a host of marine and aviary life including the largest creature on the planet, the blue whale. La Paz is the perfect jumping off point for […]

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Espíritu Santo Island – a global treasure

December, 2018 If you haven’t visited Espíritu Santo Island – here’s one more reason you should. In November, the International Union of Concerned Scientists recognized this natural protected area as one of 15 new additions to its green list of best protected sites around the world. The archipelago, just a short boat ride from La Paz, […]

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Gray whales in Magdalena Bay

Gray Whales in Magdalena Bay Update for 2019 – check out the Blue Habits video shot in RED Travel México’s Magdalena Bay ecocamp.   Each December means that the gray whales are on their way back to Magdalena Bay. After making their marathon migration south from the cold waters of the Bering Sea down to […]

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Expanding our comfort zone

This week RED was invited by Travel Weekly to participate in a webinar for travel agents and outbound operators in North America interested in travel to Mexico. We took the opportunity to talk about Baja California Sur, how there’s a growing trend in nature and adventure travel, a few highlights of the natural attractions, and […]

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One Turtle Saved

Fifteen years ago the hawksbill sea turtle in my hands would have been hog-tied, whisked hundreds of miles, slaughtered and carved into trinkets. Today, it swam free. On Baja’s Pacific coast, an adult male hawksbill sea turtle found its way into a fisherman’s net. In the past, for the fisherman anyway, such a thing would […]

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