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We believe travel has the power to transform the way we perceive ourselves and the world around us. When you travel with a cause, possibilities for positive change are endless.

We are on a mission to enrich people’s lives by taking them into the wild for amazing encounters with animals in their natural habitat. We help travelers live epic experiences, explore new places, meet new people and connect with nature while getting involved in conservation projects and citizen science expeditions throughout this important ecoregion. 

Through the practice of sustainable tourism we also aim to drive social development in Mexico, helping build stronger communities and inspiring others to take action for the conservation of wildlife and the protection of its habitat. 

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“We loved the Tufted Jay Preserve” My wife and I recently went on the two day Birding Sierra Madre tour, and greatly enjoyed our experience. The tour was as described to us with efficient transportation, personable guides and beautiful landscapes. We were able to see the Tufted Jays almost immediately upon arrival, and saw a second group later the same day. We also ended up seeing many other typical bird species of this ecosystem, and enjoyed the solitude of the mountains and sweeping vistas on our hikes. Our lodging at the cabins was rustic but adequate, and more than compensated by the solitude of this remote area. The food we enjoyed on this tour was plentiful and tasty, and the unexpected highlight were the two delicious home-cooked meals we enjoyed in the home of our local guide Don Santos. Joel & Patti Trick | Maribel, Wisconsin | Jan 2017 on TripAdvisor

SIGHTINGS BLOG

La vida entre dos mundos: mamíferos marinos de Sinaloa

Con el trópico de Cáncer cruzándolo a solo unos ki

11 March, 2016 read more

Humpback whale mother and calf pairs early this winter season

Female Humpback whales are thought to reach sexual

15 January, 2013 read more

First recorded sighting of False killer whales in Mazatlan, Sinaloa.

On january 10th a thursday morning, our crew left

26 April, 2012 read more

ONCA on NatGeo TRAVELER

In December of 2008, National Geographic´s TRAVELER Magazine, on its 10th edition for Mexico, published an article about research-based whale watching in Mazatlan with Onca Explorations.

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