Bonanza Bay

Dec 27, 2017 - National Geographic Sea Bird


It seems that the “symbiosis” between wellbeing and nature occurred naturally in the Gulf of California scenario today. Our guests, wellness specialists and natural history staff integrated all activities so nicely that there was no sharp distinction between them: yoga in the beach and on paddleboards in the sea, aerobic hikes, nature interpretation, snorkeling exploration, kayaking, photography, all happened at the same time or consecutively. The southeastern end of Espiritu Santo Island, called Bahia Bonanza, worked so well today as a magnificent frame for our physical and relaxing exercise. Nature and wellness combined to provide the best experience of knowledge and self-consciousness. A new dimension in quality of life.

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Adrian Cerda

Naturalist

Adrian studied biology at the national Autonomous University of Mexico. In 1991 the Wildlife Preservation Trust of Jersey, on Britain's Channel Islands, awarded Adrian with a scholarship to its prestigious 16-week training program in Captive Management and Breeding of Endangered Species. This pioneering course of study is responsible for the conservation and rescue of countless species on the verge of disappearance. While there, Adrian also received a six month diploma in endangered species management.

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