Enter the heart of the volcanic region of El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve, the fourth largest land reserve in Mexico. Considered one of the 13 wonders of Mexico, El Pinacate harbors great geological, biological, cultural and landscape value.
Traverse and explore a typical estuary located in the northwestern Mexican Sea of Cortés, discover the vast diversity of species that inhabit them and enjoy fresh oyster products cultivated and harvested by a local female owned cooperative.
Navigate silently on a kayak through the tranquil waters of one of Puerto Peñasco's estuaries and enjoy watching some of the rare and endemic bird species while learning from an expert naturalist guide all about estuary ecology, biology and human interaction.
Witness the marvels hidden within the aquatic ecosystems of Tidepools, learn about the unique factors associated with extreme tides, the ecosystem and spend hours unveiling the mysteries of life in the rocky intertidal reef with the entire family.
Travel through the Upper Gulf of California on a boat to Isla San Jorge, or Bird Island; a natural protected area under Mexican Federal Government and home to a gargantuan sea lion colony where you'll get the chance to snorkel or scuba dive.
Become an oyster farmer for a day and experience first-hand the processes associated with this gourmet and rural economic activity. Interact with the members of Punta Roja Cooperative to learn all about this interesting mollusk.
Let the breathtaking Great Desert of Altar's sea of sand transport you to an ecosystem like no other in the entire northern hemisphere; the sand dunes of El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve.
Tour and expedition through a biosphere reserve and world heritage site. Venture through both El Pinacate volcanic shield and the great desert of Altar's sea of sand in one day by joining us in this unique and fulfilling experience.
Learn about the Upper Gulf of California's natural processes associated with the formation of its oceans, landscapes, flora and fauna and human interactions through our iconic Natural History Talks.
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