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Viaja con causa, se parte de la lucha contra el hambre
1 de cada 4 mexicanos no sabe si hoy va a comer ¡Lo que significa que 3 podemos ayudar! En el Banco de Alimentos de Hermosillo conocerás todo sobre el impacto ambiental que el desperdicio de alimento genera, qué es la inseguridad alimentaria y cómo puedes ayudar a que menos gente sufra de hambre. Además, también vivirás la experiencia de ser voluntario y apoyar directamente a personas que necesitan apoyo para tener alimento nutritivo.
Community Acupuncture Healing Circle
Get access to an intimate community experience while you travel and be involved with improving the quality of life of the people who live here. Support the local community of Mulege by helping facilitate an Acupuncturists Without Border healing clinic without needing any special training. Our experience starts 30 minutes before the clinic is scheduled to begin. You will have a chance to learn about ear acupuncture and Eastern Medicine. Then, we will set up our room and have a brief guided meditation. During the clinic itself, you will not need to speak Spanish or have any special skills beyond a warm smile. You will help greet participants at the door and show them to their seats, keep the supply table organized, watch for anyone who has questions, and take supplies to the acupuncturist while she is working with someone. Once all community members are seated and cared for, you have the opportunity to receive "ear seeds" - the small seeds on a piece of adhesive tape used to stimulate acupuncture points. The entire group will sit together for approximately 30 minutes experiencing the group healing. After all of the community members have left, we will clear away the supplies. We will take time to talk about our observations. Taking a few deep breaths together, we will close our healing circle, completing your experience.
Empezando, se realizara un previo calentamiento para lubricar los hombros y evitar alguna lesión por el constante remado. Después daré una breve explicación del remado para desplazarse correctamente en el mar. Posteriormente subiremos al kayak y empezaremos el recorrido. Habrá momentos de descanso donde podrás tomar fotos, beber agua o comer algún bocadillo. Tendrás la experiencia de contemplar bonitos paisajes y estar en contacto con la naturaleza. Starting, a previous warm-up will be carried out to lubricate the shoulders and avoid injury due to constant paddling. Then I will give a brief explanation of paddling to move correctly in the sea. Later we will get into the kayak and begin the tour. There will be moments of rest where you can take photos, drink water or eat a snack. You will have the experience of contemplating beautiful sights and be in contact with nature.
Hike desert palm oases with a biologist
NOTE: The hike described to Canyon El Silencio and El Ojo de Agua involves desert hiking and is only possible in the cooler months of the year. 1:00pm: We will meet at the restaurant El Esterito 1. 1:00pm-1:30pm: We will leave the restaurant and drive in our own vehicles to the property where the first trailhead is located. 1:30pm-2:30pm: We will hike to Canyon El Silencio, taking time to observe the geology of the canyon as well as the unique species of plants and animals we may encounter. 2:30pm-3:00pm: We will return to our vehicles and drive to the property where the second trailhead is located. 3:00pm-4:30pm: We will hike to the spring of El Ojo de Agua. This mountainside spring has water year-round and harbors mosses and ferns. In addition, we will see many Mexican fan palms and stunning views of the coastline. 4:30pm-5:30pm: We will reconvene under a shady palapa and enjoy freshly prepared ceviche from locally caught fish served on a tostada with sauces of your choice. If you find you are still hungry after the ceviche, we can visit the restaurant El Dorado where you can purchase excellent seafood. This palapa restaurant is located on a beautiful sandy beach where you can observe local fishermen, or enjoy a pleasant swim (weather permitting).
Snorkeling with a marine biologist
NOTE: You have to be able to swim and feel comfortable doing so in the sea. For more information and before making any bookings please contact the host. 9:00-9:30am : We will meet at Hammer Heads restaurant, located in the Marina San Carlos, where we will start with a brief PowerPoint presentation on the natural history and ecology of the region. We will also review the most common species we will likely encounter during our snorkel. If needed, I will provide snorkel gear which we will try on to ensure a comfortable fit and that everyone is well equipped for the days activity. 9:30-9:45am : We will drive in our vehicles to the snorkel destination. 9:45-10:00am : After parking our vehicles, we will review the snorkel site and discuss our general course to be followed while snorkeling. The route will be based on the current conditions (e.g. currents, wind, visibility etc.), and the ability and snorkeling experience of the group as a whole. 10:00-11:30am: We will snorkel the area and observe the spectacular marine life the Sea of Cortez harbors. 11:30- 12:00pm: We will reconvene as a group and discus our observations from the snorkeling experience while we enjoy a freshly prepared ceviche.
Avistamiento de Ballena Gris - La más amigable
We will visit the Gray Whale Sanctuary to meet this beautiful and friendly animal. We will travel to the heart of Laguna Ojo de Liebre, where the largest concentration of Whales and Whale Calves can be found. In 1993, UNESCO incorporated this lagoon into the World Natural Heritage for its universal and exceptional value. The largest complex, Ojo de Liebre – Guerrero Negro of 163,765 hectares, fulfills the Site of Hemispheric Importance by hosting more than 30% of the biogeographic population of whales, not only of one but of several species. The lagoon complex is the main tourist attraction, but not the only reason why travelers decide to go or visit the region.