Cabo San Lucas: Covid19 and Human activities

Cabo San Lucas: Covid19 and Human activities

Learning with the silence Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek The global COVID-19 pandemic gives us all pause about what the future holds. Our focus and attention are on all those hurt by this terrible disease. But this is also a time of...
Wildlife Tours and Children

Wildlife Tours and Children

Wildlife tours and children: An opportunity for environmental education Article by Luciana Costa, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek From helping a newborn turtle into the ocean to swimming with whale sharks, Cabo offers a wide range of wildlife tours that are...
Whale Shark La Paz – Season 2019/20

Whale Shark La Paz – Season 2019/20

Whale Shark La Paz Season 2019/20 Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Whale sharks, the largest fish in the world, are actually a harmless filter-feeding species of shark, only 3 species of sharks are filter feeders including whale sharks,...
The survival of the sea turtles

The survival of the sea turtles

The survival of the sea turtles Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek The waters of Baja California Sur provide some of the richest biological grounds in México. Sea turtles once occurred in large numbers, feeding on abundant algae, sea...
Cabo San Lucas Wildlife

Cabo San Lucas Wildlife

Marine wildlife in Baja Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek. If you love nature and ecotourism and want to see one of natural history’s great spectacles, then visit Baja California Sur the middle of December to middle of April . This season...
Plastic Pollution in Cabo San Lucas

Plastic Pollution in Cabo San Lucas

Plastic Pollution in Cabo San Lucas Article by Niklas Manger Last August with the hurricane John thousands of kilos of plastic were washed up on the shores of Cabo San Lucas. A big part of it came down from the inland, washed out through the floods in the mountains...