This is for those of you who’ve always wanted to know what it takes to be a TOSEA guide. Bryan and Sergio Jauregui, of Todos Santos Eco Adventures, have returned from their incredible month-long safari through Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Uganda (stay tuned for their tales from the trails featuring Imvelo Safari Lodges and Classic Africa Safaris!) just in time to schedule their annual guide trainings. Trainings will include a week of American Canoe Association Certification, a 2-day Leave No Trace certification course with NOLS, 2-day aquatic water safety certification course, WFR certification/recert (9 days/2 days) + iNaturalist training with staff biologist Stephanie Russo (stay tuned for news of this becoming a regular feature at Camp Cecil!), and 2 day birding course with Roberto Carmona. Believe it or not, this list doesn’t even include the federal licenses and NOM-9 certification TOSEA guides must also have. Phew! Needless to say, whether your guests are exploring the town of Todos Santos, catching waves on a surfboard, swimming with whale sharks and sea lions, or kicking back to star gaze, they will be in most excellent hands (let’s not forget great fun!) with TOSEA’s amazing staff of guides!
What Does it Take to Guide in Baja with TOSEA?
Sonya Bradley2018-09-11T10:20:06+00:00September 11th, 2018|