Did you know that there are only 7 sea turtle species worldwide, and 6 of them live in Mexico? Mexico is a turtle paradise, both on the Caribbean and Pacific coasts Unfortunately, they are in danger due to pollution and people stealing their eggs. We work with various animal rights activists who are doing an excellent job educating the surroundingcommunities and protecting the turtles, ensuring that the baby turtles reach the sea after they hatch. Because statistically, only one in 1,000 baby turtles survives We will fully donate your entire contribution to the local animal welfare organization where your takes place!
On this tour, you can help local animal rights activists and meet at dusk at the agreed location on the beach. In there, you can learn more about the life of these beautiful animals and why it is so crucial for the maximum possible number of people to support the protection of the turtles. You will then help to release the baby turtles that hatched during the day and accompany them on their way into the sea.
The moment when the babies find their way into the vast ocean and start a new, 100-year-life there is indescribably beautiful.
The turtle babies only hatch in the winter months between December and March.
Yes, children are very welcome! It is an unforgettable experience for the children to release the little baby turtles with their little buckets in their hands into the ocean. The introduction is also presented in a very informative and child-friendly manner.
The little turtles hatch almost every day between December and March.
The tours take place every day at dusk directly on the beach and they start with a short introduction on the terrace of the animal protection association.
The entire contribution will be donated to the local animal welfare association. This money is used to cover the material costs, to ensure veterinary care and to enable the voluntary workers and animal rights activists to provide basic care during their stay at the camp.