When summer arrives to Riviera Nayarit’s so do the Olive Ridley sea turtles and other breeds. There are a variety of sea turtles in Riviera Nayarit that return to their original birthplace on the beaches of Banderas Bay. It is needed for the sea turtles to return, because it is the cycle of life that promotes their survival. July starts the first return of the sea turtles season and it runs through December. Hundreds upon hundreds of sea turtles return to the beaches of Riviera Nayarit. There are protective programs that have been created around the beaches. The protective programs allows tourists and locals to get up front and personal with Mother Nature with the sea turtles along with preserving their lives and existence.
The benefits of vacationing “off-season” are often extolled by travel bloggers and experts alike because of the low flight prices, cheap package deals, fewer crowds and shorter lines can all be found off season. Plus the Caribbean off season coincides with the school summer vacation and is a great place to go on a family vacation.
Tropical destinations are a great choice for summer vacations, but what you might not have realized is that the summer months is hurricane season for many. Travel agents and experts recommend traveling “off-season” for many different reasons. Firstly you’ll find that there are fewer crowds, cheaper flights, shorter lines for attractions and better resort prices. But have you ever considered why it is considered “off-season”? Well, despite what some people think, it has nothing to do with school vacations and everything to do with the weather because in tropical nations winter is hurricane season.