Katia Silva, Marine Biologist of the Los Cabos surveillance committee, Daniela Ortiz co-founder of the Whale festival in conjunction with Colectivo Origen BCS, rescate de Lobos Marinos y fundación Raben tand invite you to enjoy the first whale festival in Los Cabos. Under the theme “Pollution of the Oceans” this 11, 12 and 13 December we welcome the whales!
-Cultural Pavilion from 1 to 5pm
-7pm documentary at the beach
-Educational activities in Cabos San Lucas and San José del Cabo schools
-Public Amelia Wilkies public event on December 12 with a vegan market, music, poetry, etc. 5 pm
-Playa El Corsario (packer) Mural “Giants of the sea” by several Mexican volunteer artists who highlight the value and pride as a protected area.
Whale watching in Mexico began as a formal activity in 1980. The San Ignacio Lagoon is an example of how together organized societies, communities and government can conserve protected natural areas as a tourist attraction.
“The bay of Los Cabos is a point of great importance for whale watching, this site shows the greatest diversity of whales, especially the humpback whale. More than 10 thousand whales visit Los Cabos a year to reproduce and have their young In turn, this show is an attraction for tourism. It is our responsibility to take care of the animals so that they continue to visit our destination safely. ” Science Master Carlos Godinez Reyes. Director Cabo Pulmo
All events are free admission, the aim of the festival is to generate awareness and belonging to the community to protect this species. Your donation can save a whale and its young. Participate in the fundraising RIFA or donate directly on Lobos Marinos y RABEN foundations website.
We remember that good practices result in better opportunities to see whales in better conditions!