Nights in Los Cabos can be magical. But the summer nights are unique. When walking the beach you can spot turtles nesting near where they where born. The most common one is the Olive Ridley turtle, this species takes up to 45 days to hatch.

The Sea Turtle Protection Program, has protected around 60 miles of beach.

We protect and help preserve sea turtles in Cabo with various protection and educational programs. You, too, can participate in this beautiful nesting and releasing of turtles event

Come and release baby turtle at the end of summer!

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