Wednesday, February 1, 2012
•Enjoy traveling with experienced plant experts, from the arid tropical forests, to the oak pine mountains of the Southeastern region of the Baja Peninsula in North West Mexico. These diverse ecosystems are home to many rare plants and unique cactus, as many as 88 endemic varieties. Enjoy waterfall pools and hot springs on the way, deserted beaches, and conservation projects, under star full nights, comfortable tents, and limited private room accommodations. Great gourmet food too!
•$750 dollars per person from Nov 4-8 and $350 additional for optional hiking extension Nov 8-11
•A $200 deposit reserves your space. Full amount due by October 4, 2013. Deposits and balances may be paid via check or PayPal (+5% for credit card transactions) in US dollars .
•Price includes all land transportation, lodging, food, guides and nature reserve fees. It does not include gratuities, airline tickets nor travel insurance.
•Dennis Sharmahd - Edible Landscaper, Herbalist, Mycologist Has been camping and exploring Baja since he was a child. Grows rare and edible cactus fruits on his farm in Escondido. He has been teaching about wild edible and medicinal plants for almost 30 years.
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