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One of nature’s most incredible events happens annually in our region—and you can see it right here at Hilton Los Cabos. From late July to November (especially during August and September) hundreds of Olive Ridley sea turtles will hatch and take their first steps toward the sea.



Turtle Season

We are certified by the Semarnat & Profepa environment agency to help protect these turtles both before and after they hatch, an accreditation which we earned through continuous training and education. Once eggs are laid in the sand, we patrol a 10-mile stretch of beachfront from El Dorado to El Tule every day to monitor the number of nests, move eggs to our corral if needed, and coordinate the safe release of the babies.

It’s hard work, but if you’ve ever seen these turtles, you know it’s worth it. This is a magical, even spiritual experience, and we hope to share it with you.

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eforea spa blends the healing powers of marine elements, natural herbs, and culturally rich practices. Inspired by local heritage and modern techniques, this 7,000-square-foot oasis is a place designed to help guests find both balance and wellness. Extending beyond the spa walls, guests may partake in a seaside spa day at Enclave Beach Club with private spa treatment cabanas.
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