Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos In addition to planning your trip it’s important to know how to camp without leaving a trace and that is what the second of the seven Leave No Trace principles is about. How to travel and camp without leaving a trace? Selecting an appropriate campsite is the most important aspect of a low-impact outing. AlwaysContinue reading “Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 11 minutos By Mirna Borrego and Roberto Chino Around February and March it’s normal to see that on the outskirts of the cities the slopes are painted in colors with the flowering of a great variety of species. The awakening of the wildflowers of previous years left us with great memories of colorful landscapes, and aroused inContinue reading “Enjoy the Spring Without Leaving Trace”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos By Mirna Borrego and Antonieta Valenzuela Did you know that some plants depend on the rich soil of the volcanic valley of San Quintin to survive? These are highly protected endemisms that you can only find in the nature reserves, and others belong exclusively to the San Quintin dunes. One of these plants is theContinue reading “Endangered Dudleyas”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos Planning your trip and preparing is the first step to enjoying nature and outdoor activities responsibly. This is the first of the seven principles of Leave No Trace. And why is it important to plan and prepare? You enjoy the outing and the activity more, you avoid accidents, you guarantee your safety and that ofContinue reading “Plan Ahead and Prepare”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos eave no Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a non-profit organization, promotes the Leave No Trace seven principles that give orientation for enjoying our natural world in a sustainable way.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos Did you know that 9 out of 10 fires are caused by human activities? Learn how you can help prevent wildfires when you go camping or hiking in natural areas. Remember that in Baja California the fire season is between March and November, the most critical months are June, July, August and September. We liveContinue reading “How To Prevent Forest Fires?”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos We need natural areas! These are places to enjoy outdoor activities and to be in touch with nature. Visiting these places is a great responsibility, since as tourists we can have a positive impact on the place we visit.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos Planning an outdoor adventure to close-out summer? Check out the #RecreateResponsibly guidelines for keeping people, places, and communities safe while getting outside.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: < 1 minuto Mirna Borrego from Terra Peninsular traveled to Loreto, in Baja California Sur, for two weeks to be part of the Sea Kayak Leadership Course by NOLS Mexico.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos This year, Claudia Guzmán from Terra Peninsular became a NOLS ambassador in Baja California, Mexico.