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Hector was our guide and when he picked us up we were unsure what to expect. We were happily pleased. On the beach we arrive and many of the groups out there stayed together Due to the low amounts of turtles nesting at this time....More
We got lucky and ended up in a private tour with a guide that actually found the turtle nesting so we got front row seats to it. We booked through a guy on the street named Jesse! Super great guy. It was a long process....More
I visited the Pacuare project in May/June, and I got to see leatherbacks and help collect the eggs so they could be put in a hatchery. My favorite parts of this experience were night patrol and seeing leatherback babies hatch. However, there turtle work was...More