Tag Archives: conservation travel

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 […]

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, […]

A Week With Black Turtles & Gray Whales in Baja

This article was originally written by Kathi Koontz for SEEtheWILD’s WildBlog Wow. I just returned from a week (just a tease!) in Baja California Sur where I participated in Grupo Tortuguero’s annual meeting, sea turtle conservation, and whale watching trip with RED Sustainable Travel. What an amazing trip – marine life, salty sea, fun people, great food, adventure, […]