What It’s Like to Travel To Baja Sur, Mexico Right Now

Earlier this month, I traveled to Baja Sur, Mexico for a scouting trip. I flew Southwest Airlines non-stop from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). This…

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Isla Mujeres Mural Project

One of the highlights of our recent trip to Isla Mujeres, Mexico while exploring the island by golf cart was spotting colorful murals along the way. In 2014, Sea Walls:…

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Swimming with Whale Sharks 2016 Recap

In 2009, we added Isla Mujeres whale shark trips to our Mexico portfolio. Whale shark season runs from late May to September, but we recommend traveling between mid-July to mid-August…

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Whale Sharks Move from Vulnerable to Endangered Status

Earlier this month, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species announced that the whale shark has moved from vulnerable to endangered status. Whale shark populations throughout the world have declined…

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Gray Whale Baby Boom in Baja Sur, Mexico

Recent censuses in Baja Sur, Mexico show that gray whale populations are experiencing a baby boom this year.  More than 1000 gray whale babies have been counted in three calving…

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Lost Tourist Card in Mexico – What To Do

US citizens traveling to Mexico are not required to have a visa in addition to a passport for entry. Instead, you need a Mexico Visitor’s Permit. This form should be…

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Mexico 2015 – Photo and Video Highlights

We’ve just returned from our sixth scouting trip to Mexico this year.   Our latest trip was to Guadalupe Island where we spent three days cage diving with great white sharks.…

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Good News for Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies are found throughout the United States, though a majority of the population migrates up to 3,000 miles to Mexico for the winter months.  In 1996, the Mexican government…

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