Mark Pretti has taken Golden Gate Audubon members to SE Arizona, Oaxaca, Costa Rica, Ecuador and probably other places before my time on the Travel Desk. We now have the exciting opportunity to travel with Mark to an all new location. If you’ve traveled with Mark before, you know why he is one of our most beloved guides.
Harboring about ten percent of Earth’s biodiversity, Mexico is one of the most biologically rich countries in the world. During this journey, you’ll explore and learn about some of that richness as we visit Isla Cozumel and the Yucatan Peninsula. Though the region is well known as a popular resort destination, what’s often overlooked are its extensive tracts of native forest and its impressive diversity of flora and fauna. In addition to rainforest, lagoons, mangroves, beaches, cenotes, and coral reefs, the area is of course rich in Mayan culture.
The trip starts in Cozumel and ends in Cancun. All lodging, meals, guides, GGAS administration fee, and ground transportation is included in the cost.
Please see the detailed itinerary for all of the exciting details.
Estimated Cost for this 10-day trip: $3,650 per person, based on double occupancy
Estimated Single Supplement: $550
More questions? Contact GGAS Travel Coordinator Dawn Lemoine at email@example.com
Ready to register? Contact Dawn first. She will put you in touch with Mark Pretti Nature Tours.