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Hilton Los Cabos and its partners are committed to protecting the Olive Ridley sea turtles during this crucial time.

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Sea Turtle Release

Turtle release Los Cabos

From late July to November, and especially during August and September, guests of Hilton Los Cabos have an opportunity to experience one of nature's most incredible events: the spawning of the Olive Ridley sea turtle. Over 3 months, hundreds of sea turtles climb the beach right along our resort to find a spot to dig their nests and lay eggs.

 

Hilton Los Cabos and its partners are committed to protecting the Olive Ridley sea turtles during this crucial time. We are certified by the Semarnat & Profepa (environment agency), an accreditation which we earned through constant training and continuing education. The Sea Turtle Protection network includes hotels, state authorities and federal agencies all doing their part to ensure the safety and improve the livelihood of these beautiful marine creatures.

Our responsiblities include patrolling a 3.5-mile stretch of beachfront from El Dorado to El Tule every day, allowing our certified hotel personnel to monitor the number of nests, move eggs to our corral and coordinate the safe release of the newly born sea turtles.

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