11 December 2014

Baja California Sur: Aquarium of the World

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Close encounters with gray whales, sea kayaking, diving and swimming with whale sharks, sea lions and other marine wildlife, stand-up paddleboarding in the Islands of the Sea of Cortes (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and hiking with 7,000-year old cave paintings. These are the discoveries awaiting visitors to Baja California Sur, Mexico. ATTA’s Rebeca Yañez (Membership Director -Latin America) moderated a presentation by Luis Palacios (Executive Director-Baja California Sur) and local tour operators:

  • Learn how suppliers are preparing to receive adventure travelers as consumer demand increases
  • See the diverse offerings in cultural, environmental and activity-based experiences

Watch this Webinar recording for an exclusive look at a region heralded by famed explorer Jacques Cousteau as “the aquarium of the world.”


Luis Palacios

Executive Director, <a href="http://visitbajasur.travel/">Baja California Sur Tourism Board</a>

Sergio Jáuregui

Owner, <a href="http://www.tosea.net/">Todos Santos Eco Adventures (TOSEA)</a>

James Curtiss

Owner, <a href="http://www.cortezclub.com/">The Cortez Club</a> / <a href="http://www.bajamosquitofleet.com/">Mosquito Fleet</a>

Chris Pesenti

Founder & Director, <a href="http://redtravelmexico.com/">RED Sustainable Travel</a>