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Costa Canuva

Localizado en la Riviera Nayarit de Mexico, Costa Canuva es un complejo que integra naturaleza y lujo en un desarrollo costero único. Costa Canuva es el destino principal de las salidas de campo de los estudiantes de Ocean Connectors en México, quienes vistan su campamento tortuguero, aviario y vivero de plantas nativas proporcionandoles  una experiencia costera educativa sin igual.

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Environment and Tourism

By Rodrigo Celis Garcia, Biologist, Costa Canuva Nayarit is one of the 8 states that are part of the Bio-cultural Corridor of the Central West of Mexico, this denomination makes…

Intersections

by Janaira Quigley, Ocean Connectors’ new Executive Director What a pleasure it is to join the Ocean Connectors team! The mission to “educate, inspire and connect youth in underserved Pacific…

Partnering to Save Ocean Wildlife

By Laura Kasa, Founder, Saving Ocean Wildlife  The Blue Serengeti Picture the beauty of an endangered Leatherback sea turtle swimming past your boat. Feel the lightness in your chest as…

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Costa Canuva

Localizado en la Riviera Nayarit de Mexico, Costa Canuva es un complejo que integra naturaleza y lujo en un desarrollo costero único. Costa Canuva es el destino principal de las salidas de campo de los estudiantes de Ocean Connectors en México, quienes vistan su campamento tortuguero, aviario y vivero de plantas nativas proporcionandoles  una experiencia costera educativa sin igual.

Latest Articles

Environment and Tourism

By Rodrigo Celis Garcia, Biologist, Costa Canuva Nayarit is one of the 8 states that are part of the Bio-cultural Corridor of the Central West of Mexico, this denomination makes…

Intersections

by Janaira Quigley, Ocean Connectors’ new Executive Director What a pleasure it is to join the Ocean Connectors team! The mission to “educate, inspire and connect youth in underserved Pacific…

Partnering to Save Ocean Wildlife

By Laura Kasa, Founder, Saving Ocean Wildlife  The Blue Serengeti Picture the beauty of an endangered Leatherback sea turtle swimming past your boat. Feel the lightness in your chest as…

Discussion

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