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Whale Shark Season 2018

Whale Shark Season Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek The whale shark  is a popular focal species in the marine tourism industry. However, the ancestry of this shark goes back to the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods 245-65 million years...

Sea Lions Excursion La Paz

Hanging out with Sea Lion in Baja California Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and guide at Cabo Trek. California sea lions live inshallow waters of the eastern North Pacific Oceanin thecoastal waters and on beaches, docks, buoys, and jetties. They are playful,...

Learning Spanish while having fun!

It’s finally Summer, so everybody is looking for the perfect getaway. All types of tourists will certainly find something to appreciate in Baja California Sur, or “Baja Sur”, for short. This gorgeous state has something for those who want to get closer to nature or to...

Cabo Clean Up Dive

Cabo San Lucas underwater clean-up dive article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and guide at Cabo Trek Marine debris includes anthropogenic, manufactured, or processed solid material (regardless of size) discarted, disposed of, or abandoned that ends u in the marine...

Sea Lions in La Paz

The joy of swimming with sea lions in La Paz Article by Katia Silva, Guide and Marine Biologist at Cabo Trek Nothing better than swimming with sea lions, dolphins and still relaxing on a deserted beach paradise. But that would only get even better in the company of...

Baja Voices: Interview with Philipp Moser

Destino Magazine - Baja Voices: Interview with Philipp Moser How long have you lived in Los Cabos? If you’re not a native of Baja, why did you originally move to Los Cabos? I've lived in Cabo for over 6 years and as so many others I came on vacation and never left....