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Cabo Trek and its amazing crew are dedicated and passionate in what they are doing.

So when you combine this natural mindset to awesome activities such as Whale Watching, Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas the result can be that our photos, videos and stories end up in the news around the world. Check it out:

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February 2017

The Humpbacks are back

 Article on the Gringo Gazzette Edition 6th of February 2017

Article by Ron Lafferty

2017_02_Gringo Gazzette 1de3 webOne of the most popular activities this time of the year in Los Cabos is whale watching, with the 40 ton humpbacks being the local favorite, as they frequently perform aerial acts, such as breaching or slapping the surface with their pectoral fins, tails or heads. It is thought the males do this to catch the eye of the females, hoping to get lucky before heading back north for the summer. The females are larger than the males, so if the truth was known, the females probably do the selecting of their mate. Whales start arriving to the Cabo area, from 6,000 miles north, in mid November with the females giving birth to their calfs during December into January. The mother will nurse her young fo seven months and the calf does not stop growing until it reaches about 10 years of age.

You can only imagine the hurt this mother endures when giving birth to her 10 to 12 foot baby weighting as much as 1 ton (2,000 lbs.) Ouch! While the female is busy birthing and nursing her new arrival, the male is singing his heart out trying to attract a female. Geeze, give her a rest, man! And yes, I said singing. Each group, or population of humpbacks create their own tunes and they all sing the same songs within that group. This singing is also thought to be a form of communication. A little trivia fo you: it is believed the largest single pressing of any album of recorded music was not by Michael Jackson or Mariah Carey, but by an animal the size of a bus, the Humpback Whale. Ten million copies of Songs of the Humpback Wahles were inserted into the January 1979 issue of National Geographic, distributed around the world in 25 languages.

So, say you want to go out and get a close up snap shot? When selecting a whale watching company make sure they are licensed and 2017_02_Gringo Gazzette 2de3 web
they respect the environment, the animals and the rules. Yes, there are rules, otherwise it would be worse mayhem out there. There are the booze, food and cruise type tour on big comfy boats, then there are the tours that are only booze, and barely pretend to look at whales and of course there are panga boats, those nimble overgrown rowboats with big outboard motors hanging of the back. If the boozing and cruising is not important to you and you are more interested in learning more about the whales and the other marine life, a good option would be to do your whale watching with Cabo Trek, owned and operated by Philipp Moser, a transplanted italian who is a naturalist and guide. Philipp is very passionate about protecting and preserving all marine life. He also has professional marine biologists who will be aboard educating you about whales, answering questions, recording the whales singing for you to listen to, and taking photos of your big moment with the whales.

Philipp and his Cabo Trek associates have started a humpback whale photo ID research program in which the humpbacks are identified by the marks and the coloration on their tails (called flukes). It would be like our thumb print which is unique to each individual. Like snowflakes is a snowman, no two are alike. These photos are shared with other researchers and scientists to track and understand the humpbacks that migrate to the Cabo area. An example of this is knowledge is, meet CTHW#329. First known as CRC-10724, it has been seen every winter for more than two decades. It survived a killer whale attack that carried away most of his or her left fluke, so it’s easy to spot.

2017_02_Gringo Gazzette 3de3 webThis month Philipp is starting a program for 30 youngsters, with the blessing and support of the local school system, to raise awareness, educate and to promote healthy conservation towards a healthy marine ecology. By supporting Cabo Trek you are helping to expand their efforts in preserving and protecting all of Cabo’s marine life. They truly care about the animals and are passionate about protecting them.

And, one more reason to go out with Cabo Trek is they have a drone! Philipp takes a drone out, launches it, and sends it out to find where the whales are. The drone ca also take pictures of you in the boat, chasing to where the whales are. Cabo Trek has 191 TripAdvisor reviews and a five star rating. Cost is way less than $100 for a half day of excitement. Office is downtown Cabo, in the Tesoro hotel building, kind of behind the fake lighthouse, close to M-O dock. It’s unit A-20. Phone 624 – 174 3160. Facebook.com/cabotrek. Price is about $85 for adults, 2×1 on Valentine’s Day, 30% discount for locals.

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May 2016

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine:

May 2016 issue “Where’s the Whale?”

whale watching in Cabo, Destino article As the spring breakers make their way back towards northern states so do our good friends the whales. Whale season has come to a close and the waters around Cabo have quieted down. This season was interesting throughout, with animals not seen in these waters for several years making an appearance. Throughout the four-month season, most likely attributed to the low numbers of calves, humpback whales were found further from shore than in previous years, meaning longer boat rides and rougher seas.

As the season progressed, humpbacks were exceedingly more difficult to find, meaning we had to tune our eyes towards any and all animal activity to make our time on the water as exciting as possible. The warm El Nino waters brought in many Olive Ridley’s sea turtles, with 10-30 turtles spotted per week. Long-beaked common dolphin pods numbering 200-400 could be found later in the season grazing around the lighthouse, usually accompanied by our resident sea lions. Throughout the season, our early morning tours were pleased to find schools of breaching mobula manta rays, occasionally numbering in the hundreds. It can be quite a ruckus when they jump out of the water in unison, landing with a big smack.

By far the biggest bonus this season was the unusually high frequency of blue whale and Bryde’s whale sightings. We were able to find blue whales on more than 10 tours this year, dwarfing the previous number of once-per-season. What a spectacle to be side-by-side with the largest creature to have EVER lived on our blue planet! Making dives between 10-30 minutes can make following a blue whale quite difficult, but with a trained guide and captain, spotting the glowing teal color in the water makes for quite a fun game. Although the season is over, our cetacean friends are guaranteed to be back next year to bask in the Cabo sun and put on a show for lucky ocean goers from Cabo San Lucas all the way to Puerta Vallarta. So make sure to book an educational whale watching tour on your next trip down to sunny Los Cabos, don’t miss out!

Whale Facts:

In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! Some travel a round trip of between 16,000-20,000km (10,000-12,400 miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.

Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.

Whales’ brains sleep one half at the time. Only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of basic functions, such as breathing, that is necessary for their bodies to survive.

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April 2016

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine:

April 2016 issue “Where’s the Whale?”

Whale Watching in Cabo April 2016 Report As whale watching season continues, folks are wondering why it seems less whales are around this year. Some scientists believe El Niño is the cause.  Simply put, El Niño is a warming of waters in the eastern equatorial Pacific. This warming trend can change ocean currents, weather patterns, cause massive coral die-offs, and even change animal behavior. The El Niño event we are now experiencing is the largest in recorded history and has thrown a kink into the lives of the animals living in the Pacific.
The problems start in Alaskan waters where whales feed during summer months. If food stocks are not plentiful due to warmer waters, whales may change their migration path and not reach the same wintering location as in previous years. The Humpback whales filmed feeding last month in La Paz also further supports this theory. This year’s El Niño event has been bittersweet thus far, with fewer humpback calves in Los Cabos waters, but many sightings of unique species. These include Risso’s dolphins, blue whales, pilot whales, killer whales, Bryde’s whales, grey whales and even a few elephant seals. Such sightings make this season an exciting time for both marine biologists as well as ocean enthusiasts looking to see what animals await in the waters of Cabo San Lucas.

From the largest animal on earth, to schools of thousands of dolphins, to breaching humpback whales, to schools of leaping Mobula manta rays; the wildlife has not disappointed this season. Make sure to book your own educational whale watching tour with a reputable company here in Cabo San Lucas so that you too can experience nature at its best.

Whale Facts:

In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! Some travel a round trip of between 16,000-20,000km (10,000-12,400 miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.

Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.

Whales’ brains sleep one half at the time. Only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of basic functions, such as breathing, that is necessary for their bodies to survive.

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March 2016

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine:

March 2016 issue “Where’s the Whale?”

whale watching in cabo monthly reportFor adventurers looking to escape the hustle of Cabo, look no further than the wildlife haven of Magdalena Bay. The mangrove-lined lagoons of Magdalena are home to over 250 species of birds, wild coyotes, dolphins, and the trip highlight, gray whales. Lopez Mateos is one of two fishing villages on the bay. Large stands of orange trees lining the highway and street lights topped with osprey nests signal your arrival. One of the local hotels will welcome you in for a siesta before you head to the lagoons for the real action. The fishermen in Lopez Mateos care immensely about the mangroves and gray whales, working together to protect this special haven.

Gray whales make their way to these lagoons every year. They travel over 12,000 miles each year roundtrip from the Arctic Circle in search of calm waters for calving. The shallow lagoons are usually warmer than offshore waters and are perfect for the calves to feed, swim, play and gain strength for the long trip back North. These curious creatures will sometimes come right up to the side of a boat, allowing guests to pet them and even kiss them! It is said they enjoy this interaction due to the itchy barnacles they have growing all over their head. If petting the whales is not enough, there is plenty of other life to see as playful dolphins and sea lions can be found frolicking with the whales. Coyotes can be seen to the east scavenging fish on the sand dunes, while pelicans and herons dive for baitfish throughout the mangroves. All these interactions make Lopez Mateos one of the best locations to encounter wildlife in all of Baja California Sur. If you have an extra day to explore Baja, do not to pass up the chance to visit Magdalena Bay and its playful gray whales!

Whale Facts:

In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! Some travel a round trip of between 16,000-20,000km (10,000-12,400 miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.

Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.

Whales’ brains sleep one half at the time. Only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of basic functions, such as breathing, that is necessary for their bodies to survive.

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February 2016

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine:

February 2016 issue “Where’s the Whale?”

whale watching article feb 2016As most of the humpbacks have already reached their winter mating grounds this month, the gray whales are not far behind them. While the humpbacks are leaping into the air and showing their unusually long pectoral fins at the southern tip of Baja; In Magdalena Bay the docile grays are enjoying each other’s company without all acrobatics employed by the rowdy humpbacks.

Possibly attributed to the strong El Nino event this year, we have seen some unusual creatures not common to see here in Cabo. This list includes: killer whales, elephant seals, blue whales, bryde’s whales, along with several other species not normally seen.

The activity is already picking up with many double breaches and playful calves spotted from the lighthouse fishing grounds all the way to Pedregal. As the whale watching season progresses the activity will move closer and closer towards Cabo, with the beginning of February being the height of the whale activity around Los Cabos. I recommend, if you have an extra day or two during your vacation, seeing the gray whales and the humpbacks is a must!

Whale Facts:

In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! Some travel a round trip of between 16,000-20,000km (10,000-12,400 miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.

Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.

Whales’ brains sleep one half at the time. Only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of basic functions, such as breathing, that is necessary for their bodies to survive.

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January 2016

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine:

January 2016 issue “Where’s the Whale?”

whale watching in Cabo - Destino Magazine - January 2016The desert is green and full of life. From both the land and the sea one can find all sorts of interesting creatures to fill a nature lover’s time. Birdwatchers and fisherman alike have reported lots of activity around Los Cabos, with many of the humpback whales arriving 1 to 1,5 month ahead of schedule. It looks to be another eventful whale watching season in Cabo with some 5 to 10,000 whales calling our waters home for the winter. The activity levels in January tend to be high as the bulk of whales finally reach the Sea of Cortez.

The Nes year is here, and with it comes newborn whales and their acrobatics. when born, a newborn humpback has a shape similar to a dolphin as well as a light grey colour. Mother’s can be seen teaching calves at local beaches and in front of hotels surrounding the Cape, sometimes breaching no more than 100 yards off of the beach! Although whales  can be seen from some hotel balconies, Cabo veterans know that going on a whale watching tour with a reputable company is the way to go. Safe distances must always be kept for both the safety of the whales and tourist, but viewing a whale in its natural environment can prove to be one of the most rewarding experiences of people of all ages.

During January, even those not planning to see whales have unannounced encounters. While sport fishing occasionally whales will show up out of nowhere to put on a quick show. Scuba divers often report hearing the whales while underwater, as their sound can travel hundreds of miles and some scientist even believe low frequency what sounds could travel more than 1,000 miles!! If you have a free day on your new year’s vacation make sure to witness one of the greatest migrations on earth, right here in Cabo San Lucas.

Whale Facts:

In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! Some travel a round trip of between 16,000-20,000km (10,000-12,400 miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.

Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.

Whales’ brains sleep one half at the time. Only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of basic functions, such as breathing, that is necessary for their bodies to survive.

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December 2015

Back to Cabo Treks monthly “Whale Watching” report for Destino Magazine: 

Whale watching in Cabo decemberCool evenings and cloudy mornings characterize fall in Cabo San Lucas, making it an ideal location to escape the cold of northern states. As the season changes from summer to fall, so do the migrant animals which live throughout the Baja California peninsula. The main attractions all have one word in common: whale; whether it be whale shark, gray whale, or the number one attraction, the Humpback whale. These massive creatures attract tourists from across the US wanting to witness one of the greatest animal migrations on planet Earth.

After a short summer feeding season, the whales leave their summer homes off the coast of Alaska and California and begin the 4,000 mile journey back to Los Cabos and other Pacific breeding locations. By late November, the first groups of females have made their way to the southern tip of Baja to find a tranquil winter home.

“I have received reports from fisherman as well as scuba divers seeing the first whales of the season” says local business owner, Philipp Moser. Now it is just a matter of waiting until the beginning of the Whale Watching season, December 15th, to hop on a boat and go see these animals in their natural habitat. If you will be in Cabo at the same times the whales, then whale watching with a reputable company is a must!

By Frankie Grant, Marine Biologist at Cabo Trek

Whale Facts:

  • In its lifetime, that’s about 40 years, a gray whale travels a distance that is equivalent to going to the moon and back! some travel round-trip of between 16,000-20,000 Km (10,000-12,400 Miles) every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas.
  • Do whales sing? Gray whales lack vocal cords but do have a voice. They produce sounds by forcing air from their nasal passages into sacs, without exhaling any air.
  • Whales’ brains sleep one half of the time. In order to make sure that whales perform the basic functions to breathe, only one half of their brain will sleep at a time. This is the only way that they are able to get the amount of rest that they need and still take care of this function that is necessary for their bodies to survive.
  • Whale have hair. Most people don’t think that whales have hair but they do. However, it is very thin and very light, so unless you are seeing one up close you wouldn’t think it was there at all.
June 2015

Another article featuring Cabo Trek and its amazing activities:

The good life Los Cabos - article 1of2 Cabo Trek: Fun in the Sun All Summer Long Here we are, in a place where the land runs right to the ocean in such a dramatic fashion that the areas was aptly named Land’s End. The most southern tip of Baja California is very blessed, as the geography here lends itself to an almost endless amount of sun year round and warm water temperatures for over half of the year. This creates the ideal haven for ecological diversity an opportunities for animal encounters second-to-none- During the summer months, Cabo Supports a growing tourist community who comes here for the same thing: enjoying outdoor activities and there can go from laying in sunny beaches, diving underwater canyons, to riding a parasail high above the Cabo San Lucas Marine Park- Whatever your fancy, Cabo San Lucas has the summer activity for you! If you are looking for tours that are out of the ordinary, Cabo Trek is a great option as they specialize in educational snorkeling and scuba diving trips all summer long, for those who would like to escape the crowds and seek out dive sites off the beaten track. Cabo Trek leaves an hour earlier that other dive shops for one reason, this tends to lead to really special encounters with feeding animals in the Cabo San Lucas marine park before the boat traffic picks up and the activity settles down. for both snorkeling and scuba diving, the summer month bring clear warm water to Cabo, allowing for up to 80ft visibility on a good day. Below is a list of other summer activities that we recommend and arrange for our guests while here in Cabo, sometimes our guides even join in the summer fun! Fishing: El faro fishing grounds offers great chances for Dorado, Striped Marlin, and occasional Tuna during the summer month. Surfing: Acapulquito and Zippers are located near San Jose and can produce some nice breaks during the summer swell. Hiking: Sierra de la Laguna is a national park 2 hours from Cabo, which has some of the richest flora and fauna in the area. Guided trips are available. The good life Los Cabos - article 2of2Kayaking: Santa Maria offers a perfect showing off point for a 2-4 hour kayak tour. Calm water and tons of fish match perfectly with breathtaking views of the shoreline in this outdoor excursion. Birding: the San Jose estuary is home to several species endemic to Baja as well as many other sea birds which call the estuary home. A “must-do” for nature lovers. Although this list could go on and on with fun activities to do here, of the sake of space we will limit it to these choice few. The world-class climate conditions on land, along with a world-class fishery right offshore make Cabo one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide and for a good reason. We hope to see you out and about this summer enjoying the many blessings of nature here in the Sea of Cortez.

May 2015

trip advisor certificate of excellence 2015CABO TREK AWARDED 2015 TRIPADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE

Recognized as a Top Performing Tour Operator as Reviewed by Travelers on the

World’s Largest Travel Site

Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico– 10, May, 2015 – Cabo Trek, today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. Now in its fifth year, the award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given only to establishments that consistently achieve great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor. Certificate of Excellence winners include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a superior customer experience. When selecting Certificate of Excellence winners, TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account the quality, quantity and recency of reviews and opinions submitted by travelers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period as well as business’s tenure and ranking on the Popularity Index on the site. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, have a minimum number of reviews and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months. Winning the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence is a true source of pride for the entire team at Cabo Trek and we’d like to thank all of our past guests who took the time to complete a review on TripAdvisor,” said Philipp Moser,General Manager and owner of Cabo Trek. “There is no greater seal of approval than being recognized by one’s customers. With the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence based on customer reviews, the accolade is a remarkable vote of confidence to our business and our continued commitment to excellence.” “TripAdvisor is pleased to honor exceptional hospitality businesses that have received consistent praise and recognition by travelers on the site,” said Marc Charron President, TripAdvisor for Business. “By putting a spotlight on businesses that are focused on delivering great service to customers, TripAdvisor not only helps drive increasing hospitality standards around the world, it also gives businesses both large and small the ability to shine and stand out from the competition.” Cabo Trek: At Cabo Trek we work to further the understanding and appreciation of the world by re-establishing our connection with mother nature. Cabo Trek works diligently towards creating a common consciousness and understanding of the oceans and we strive to make a difference in this world by interacting with it responsibly and humanely. This means operating as one of the leading responsible wildlife tour operators in all of Los Cabos and simultaneously advise customers on ways they can help: be it donations, petitions, green thinking and more. The Baja California Sur region is very rich in marine life: it has the largest humpback whale population in the Pacific and each year they journey all the way to our beautiful coasts, making it one of the most awe-inspiring times of the year. Gray Whales and Blue Whales can be seen, as well as large schools of pelagic fish, all kind of sharks including the whale sharks, sea lions, nesting turtles, which are all among the list of animals we can find while scuba diving, snorkeling, camping and whale watching! A close encounter with these majestic creatures, whether it is while whale watching, scuba diving or snorkeling, is sure to make your trip in Baja California Sur unforgettable. It is through our tours that we achieve our mission– giving you another reason to love the ocean and furthering your understanding and appreciation of it. Cabo Trek: off the beaten trek! We choose to focus on small group tours only so that we can guarantee excellent quality service: all our guides are PADI certified scuba diving instructors and the crew counts with marine biologists, wildlife naturalists and skilled photo professionals, but the most important skill is: they are all driven by dedication and passion in what they do! About TripAdvisor TripAdvisor® is the world’s largest travel site*, enabling travelers to plan and book the perfect trip. TripAdvisor offers trusted advice from travelers and a wide variety of travel choices and planning features with seamless links to booking tools that check hundreds of websites to find the best hotel prices. TripAdvisor branded sites make up the largest travel community in the world, reaching 340 million unique monthly visitors**, and more than 225 million reviews and opinions covering more than 4.9 million accommodations, restaurants and attractions. The sites operate in 45 countries worldwide. TripAdvisor also includes TripAdvisor for Business, a dedicated division that provides the tourism industry access to millions of monthly TripAdvisor visitors. TripAdvisor, Inc. 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March 2015

Destino Magazine march 2015       Destino Magazine article can be found online by clicking here.           Also, this March 2015, Cabo Trek got a live interview on local radio station “Vive Los Cabos

February 2015
We at Cabo Trek have been very active lately and the world out there seem to enjoy out pictures and the stories we have to tell: Times and Daily Mail liked our pictures and used them for their articles Humpback Whale Breaching Daily Mail   Click here to see the PDF: LondonTimes Click here to see the PDF: Daily Mail and here the link to the online version of the Daily Mail: click here.     Destino Magazine Feb 2015_CaboTrekSo Barcroft.tv is featuring 2 videos this month taken by our photographer/videographer Frankie Grant: 1) A story about the SeaLions: click here. And 2) A story about Humpback Whales of Cabo San Lucas: click here.     Also once again “Destino Magazine” is sharing with the rest of the world informations about Whale Watching in Cabo San Lucas with an article written by Frankie Grant and displaying his awesome pictures.
January 2015

Read the whole story of how Cabo Trek got viral with a “Breaching Thresher Shark” in our blog section. More than 300K views in less than 2 weeks!

As well Cabo Trek was mentioned on the local Cabo San Lucas news at “Gringo Gazzette” and an article featuring Cabo Treks photos was written in the local “Destino Magazine“.

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