Travel to Baja California this fall and experience the warm turquoise waters and marine ecosystems that Jacques Cousteau called the “Galápagos of North America.” On this conservation-focused gap program, live in seaside casitas and spend your time snorkeling, diving, sailing, and exploring one of the most biodiverse marine environments in the world. The Sea of Cortez, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to sea lions, whalesharks, rays, whales, and countless species of fish and invertebrates. Alongside marine educators, naturalists, and expert guides, study this fascinating ecosystem from both above and below the waves, learn to sail, and gain a deeper understanding and passion for marine science and conservation.
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