What we do

Our main activity
is the conservation and protection of sea turtles, who return to the same place where they were born, to lay their eggs. Only the females come back to land when they reach their reproductive age around 20 to 30 years and then every two years. Only one of 10,000 hatchlings survive to reproduce. Sea turtles have lived on this planet about 150 million years. Of the eight species of sea turtles in the world, five species lay their eggs on the oast of the Gulf of Mexico; the KempĀ“s Ridley, the Green turtle, the Loggerhead, the Hawksbill and the Leatherback. Apart from our sea turtle conservation work, we are dedicated to caring for the environment in sustainable ways, such as through eco-tourism, intelligent reforestation, community programs, recycling programs, beach clean-ups, environmental events and especially through environmental education.