Snorkel in the Bay of La Paz
Study grey whales on the Pacific Coast of the southern Baja Peninsula
Camp on a pristine beach under the stars
The waters of Baja, Mexico are home to more than a third of the world's marine mammals. Travel to the Gulf of California to study one of the most charismatic—the grey whale. Work with researchers to gather important baseline data about the whales in the area and help establish a photo-ID database. Spend your days and nights at our camping in the fishing community of Puerto Chale, and learn from local eco club members about sustainable living and community education efforts in a place balanced between the desert and the sea.
On all of EPI’s student travel programs, students participate in real-life, ongoing wildlife conservation projects with experts in their field. Lessons and activities are rooted in the NGSS standards and are designed to spark students’ passion for environmental science and conservation. It’s time to discover a student travel program like no other, where exploration and science go hand-in-hand!