Volunteer to work with endangered sea turtles
Campamento Majahuas is a secret paradise on the Pacific coast of Jalisco, Mexico. Majahuas is host to a concentration of animal and plant life that is hard to match anywhere else in the region, and one of its most special features is that thousands of endangered sea turtles come to nest on its beaches every year!
Join us as a volunteer in this once in a lifetime chance to see the working relationship between a small Mexican community and the amazing creatures that they work to protect.
The olive ridley is the most common species of sea turtle that nests on the 10km of beach at Campamento Majahuas.
The sea turtle conservation program at Campamento Majahuas is managed by a local fisherman's cooperative.
The facilities at beautiful Campamento Majahuas include a camping area, bathrooms and kitchen/dining area.