Category Archives: Magdalena Bay

Pictures worth a million words – National Geographic in Magdalena Bay

This March RED Travel México was joined by National Geographic writer Robert Reid at our Gray Whale and Sea Turtle Research Camp in Magdalena Bay and later in La Paz. Check out the short video and article below for some stunning images. Read the full article. Contact us to plan your own adventure or check […]

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, […]

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 […]

Reconnecting with the tribe in Adventure Week Baja California Sur

This March, RED Travel Mexico participated in Adventure Week, organized by our friends at the Adventure Travel and Trade Association (ATTA) and the state tourism board of Baja California Sur (FITUES). For the 20 international tour operators and media participating in the event, it was a chance to get to know Baja California Sur on […]

RED Travel Mexico leverages corporate partnership to benefit social and conservation organizations in Northwest Mexico

This February RED hosted a group of employees from Lush Cosmetics on one of its signature Conservation Adventures in Magdalena Bay, in the state of Baja California Sur, Mexico. The event, running for the third consecutive year, brings together Lush employees from across Canada and the US to work alongside one their Charity Pot recipients, […]

The best RED camp ever

Setting up the seasonal RED camp is a somewhat grueling but special moment in the RED household. It’s when we get to implement changes we dreamed up over summer, recruit new staff, and this year, pick an entirely new site. This last piece adds to the anticipation and excitement. What will find there and what […]

Anatomy of a RED Sustainable Travel Camp

The chatter of coyotes rises and falls in an eerie chorus. The cool desert air soothes your sunburned face, and the rest of your body is warm under thick blankets. You are still marveling at the plethora of stars you saw in the dark, velvety sky while you were brushing your teeth at the outdoor […]

Snap a Turtle, Save a Turkey! Thanksgiving trip

Why not pardon a turkey this year and come down to the warmth of Baja for a guided trip where you will boat to your own remote island, engage in sea turtle conservation and research, learn all about photography from award-winning travel photographer Kristen Gill, and get down and dirty with some hands-on workshops and critiques? Of course, we […]

Tec de Monterrey students travel to Magdalena Bay

In March, RED partnered with the Monterrey Institute of Higher Education and Technology (Tec de Monterrey) to deliver a field seminar on sustainable development and natural resource management. RED invited colleagues from various sectors of the conservation community to participate in this 5 day course at our camp in Magdalena Bay. We all learned a […]

Luxury Camping on a Secluded Island in Baja

Have you ever thought about camping on a secluded island? Have you ever dreamt about sleeping under a canopy of stars? The soft, sandy beaches on the islands of Magdalena Bay in Baja, Mexico provide the perfect setting for just such an adventure! Enjoy the daytime exploring the waters of Magdalena Bay, with its abundance […]