Cozumel celebrates Dia de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday that honors those who have passed into the next world. Families celebrate the lives of the dead, and pray for them, to help them on their spiritual journey. It is a tradition that dates back to the Aztec, and their celebration and ritual regarding the Lady of the Dead.
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The whale watching in Cabo during March was incredible! Humpback Whales are Ginormous, as Buddy the Elf would say. They are such fun whales to watch because they are so active, so curious, and always lively. Few things on the ocean are more exciting than a Humpback breach! While staying in Cabo San Lucas I went out with Whale Watch Cabo, and our guide, Lisa Hofmann, was awesome! There’s really no way to tell the story of the gorgeous Humpback Whales other than to do so in photos.
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Isla Espiritu Santo is the most beautiful island in the Sea of Cortez, or the Gulf of California, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site! It is a treasure located two hours by boat from La Paz, aka “the Pearl”. (There used to be a lively pearl fishery here, but it is now all fished out. Just another reminder of why we need to practice sustainability!) La Paz has a statue along the Malecon, aka Boardwalk in English, that has a pearl in a shell. The statue isn’t correct, the pictured shell doesn’t make pearls, but it’s the thought that counts, right?[Read more…] about Experience the Wonder of Isla Espiritu Santo and Meet the Sea Lions of Los Islotes!
The fantastic Gray Whale Migration to Magdalena Bay in the Baja is a true natural wonder. It happens yearly, the Gray Whales come from the Bering Strait and Alaska to the warmer waters of the Baja in order to mate and raise their calves. These amazing mammals come to warmer waters to mate, and the gestation period for these whales is 12 months, so when they return the next year, some mamas are giving birth while others are mating. The peak of this gray whale migration is January to March of each year. Red Travel Mexico and I co-sponsored another trip together this year, our last one was also to the Baja, and it was a fabulous experience! [Read more…] about Enjoy the Fantastic Gray Whale Migration in Magdalena Bay While Eco Camping
What an incredible adventure it is, to snorkel with Whale Sharks in La Paz! And the best thing about it? You can bring your entire family along for the thrill of snorkeling with the largest fish in the ocean! Swimming with whale sharks makes for a lifelong family memory.[Read more…] about Why you Should Snorkel with Whale Sharks in La Paz!