This is a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to work with local biologists on the coast of the Pacific to protect endangered Olive Ridley marine turtles. Each night volunteers and biologists patrol the beach, watching for the 100-pound female turtles as they haul their bodies out of the ocean and make their way to the ideal nesting spot. Each female will leave 90-120 white ping-pong shaped eggs in a sandy hole, camouflage the nest with a characteristic belly dance, then leave the offspring to chance.That’s where you come in. Predators, coastal development and illegal poaching all threaten sea turtle populations throughout the world. At this sea turtle research station you can help combat declining populations by volunteering with biologists as they collect the eggs and relocate them to a protective nursery.
Los Colibris and Todos Santos Eco Adventures have teamed up with Dany Lamote, head chef of the famed Hotel California and author of several cookbooks, to offer this exciting cooking adventure program. Days will be spent in the glorious nature of Baja, learning about the local plants and fish that give the area such a unique cuisine, while nights will be spent with Chef Dany, learning to prepare savory local dishes. Perfect for food enthusiasts who want to understand more about the natural state of their ingredients, as well as for adventurers who want to make something delicious from their outings in nature.
Looking for that perfect all-girl getaway? We’ve got it right here at Los Colibris Casitas at our Baja Surf Camp for Women! We’ve put together a wonderful week that features surf lessons and practice each morning, a fun/indulgent activity each afternoon, and a fabulous dining experience each evening. No organizing, no driving, no working, no commuting – nothing but sun, surf and a sublimely fantastic getaway that’s all about YOU having nothing but FUN! So grab your favorite girls and come on down!Surfari Dates 2015-2016: November 8-14, 2015, June 19-25, 2016, July 3-9, 2016, October 30-November 5, 2016
If you've been seeking ways to enrich your travel experience and have a lasting impact on local communities, consider volunteering as a language mentor with the Bridge-to-English program here in Todos Santos! This is an after-school program for local kids run by a Mexican non-profit The Palapa Society. It is extremely popular among the local community, particularly as no child wanting to learn English is ever turned away. No previous teaching experience is required - just bring your own style and enthusiasm! The Palapa Society is just a 5-minute drive from Los Colibris and we'll be happy to arrange for your volunteer activities.
This is a wonderful opportunity for family members of different generations to come together and enjoy some of life’s great adventures! Picture your family sea kayaking in the crystal blue waters of Balandra Bay in the Sea of Cortez; taking surfing lessons at beautiful Los Cerritos Beach; swimming with the Sea Lions at the famed sea lion colony of Los Islotes; releasing baby turtles into the sea; star gazing with Aztec and Mayan astrology myths; hiking along the rugged, pristine Pacific coastline; taking Mexican survival cooking lessons with a local chef… and more! There are plenty of alternate activities at different paces to appeal to all family members.
From your tranquil base at Los Colibris, reach out to explore one of Baja's most beautiful but least explored areas, the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains. Part of an island off the coast of Baja 10 million years ago, the Reserve is home to an incredible diversity of plant and animal life, many of them endemic species - over 23% of plants and 10% of animals found in the Reserve are endemic to the area. In addition to wildlife such as mountain lions, mule deer, gophers and badgers, a wonderful array of birdlife inhabits the reserve, We have 2 and 4 day trips to explore this magnificent island in the sky. Offered Late November-Mid-April.