La Giganta, Baja California Sur

As noted in the first and second posts on this topic, the question at hand is whether there is a formulation that can effectively bring thousands of hectares of private lands into a conservation area that is supported by entrepreneurial activity.  That activity puts conservation and social welfare of the local communities as the top priorities–the motivation for bringing conservation-minded travelers to valorize these protected areas.

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These pictures capture some of the coastal, geological and ornithological wonders of the La Giganta corridor between La Paz and Loreto, which is mostly inaccessible by land.  Photo credits: Gloria Godínez Guerrero.

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