Category Archives: Mexico

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 […]

Father and Daughter Adventure with Dr. Wallace J Nichols

There’s nothing I like better than taking my daughters into the field to spend time with sea turtles. It’s always memorable and brings us closer together as a family. But they grow up fast (the kids AND the turtles) and changes are inevitable. Getting back in the water together is always a good idea. So, […]

Tourism for Tomorrow, Madrid, Mexico and beyond

This April, RED attended the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit in Madrid, invited as a Finalist of the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. In the end, we lost out to the internet juggernaut Trip Advisor, but the value of the nomination and the experience of participating in the event far outweighed the award. It […]

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 […]

Adventures for Singles Expedition – Sea Lions, Turtles & Whales

This article was written by Suzy Davis, Adventure for Singles Owner. See the original article. Here’s an adventure that so exceeded my expectations, I must present it again.  The wilderness and islands along Sea of Cortex is one of the most undiscovered and exciting places on the planet with so many wonders to experience.  I’m […]

Experience the Food of Baja the RED Sustainable Travel Way!

It’s no secret that the Baja California peninsula is well known for its food. So it should be no surprise that renown chef Rick Bayless came down to produce one of his travel segment’s here entitled “Mexico – One Plate at a Time – A delicious feast in Magdalena Bay”. On the episode, Bayless and his […]

Adventure Trips That Give Back – National Geographic Adventure

Going on an adventure to a new place has the power to change you, but you can also change a place—for better or worse. Make a positive impact with one of these ten trips that are full of adventure and also benefit local communities and conservation. —Kate Siber  

Get Ready for Whale Season in Baja with RED Sustainable Travel

“What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility. This is a genuinely religious feeling that has nothing to do with mysticism” ~ Albert Einstein