Like most reptiles, sea turtles lay eggs, to do so, they arrive to our beaches once a year, to lay dozens of eggs on nests they dig in the sand. Around 45 days, hatchlings will be ready to start the battle on their way to the sea. Even before they hatch, they will be facing their natural predators, like sea gulls, other reptiles, different kind of fishes and unfortunately the worst of all, human ignorance.
You can be an active turtle protector, while joining us on the nocturnal patrols, we´ll be looking for nests, and arrivals, always guided by our nature interpreters. We will start our experience by visiting the protection pens in the San Jose del Cabo area, to release the hatchlings.
||See turtle lay eggs & release the hatchlings
|Round Trip Transportation
|Expert Naturalist Bi-lingual Guide
|WHAT TO BRING
||Sunscreen / Hat
After this activity, we’ll go to the arrivals area to search for turtles and nests.
|Location||San Jose del Cabo, BCS|
|Destination||Baja California Sur, México|
|Extra person||$65 – Price per person|