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The Best Of Seasonal Activities in Latin America
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Longer Daylight Hours

Take advantage of the longest days of the year by traveling from June to September. Enjoy sunset cruises, dine on water-front patios or play an extra nine holes at your favorite golf course. 
Working Vacations
For many business travelers, the summer is a great time to include the family in their plans. While the children have time off from school, they can take in the summer activities while Mom or Dad attend business meetings. Many resorts offer activities for children and teens, and even baby-sitting services are available.
What To Do?
For some, the ideal Incentive Vacation is sitting around the pool and being pampered at a resort. But for many others, the greatest moments are those spent engaging in unique activities and seeing exotic wildlife. For the adventurers in your group, consider these options:

Coffee Harvest



Enjoy the harvest in the famous growing regions of Costa Rica, Panama, Brazil and of course, Colombia. It runs from October to March, and the production season a few months later is the best time for tasting coffee at its prime.

Monarch Butterflies

See the migration of up to a billion Monarch Butterflies as they head from Canada to Mexico every autumn.

Catch a Wave
Mexico's surf season peaks between June and September.
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Did you know that there are great things to do in Latin America no matter what season it is? Take advantage of all of the magical seasons of year to enjoy the destinations of Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico, and more!
Los Cabos, Mexico
Marlin Fishing
One of the best fishing destinations on the planet, Los Cabos is specially known for being the Marlin Capital of the World.  These fish, which can weigh up to 1000 lbs., can be found all year in Los Cabos, but they peak in the summer months.  Besides marlin, there is an abundance of swordfish, sailfish, snapper, shark, yellowfin tuna and more. Take a chartered fishing tour, or rent a panga and head out on your own for the adventure of great sportfishing.
Costa Rica
Whale Watching
Between July and October, humpback, pilot and false killer whales can be seen off the coast of the Marino Ballena National Park in Costa Rica. Seeking the warm, calm, shallow waters to breed and give birth to the next generation, the whales can be seen along the Pacific coast from Dominical Beach to Ballena Bay (Whale Bay). During the first two weeks of September, Bahia Ballena on the southern Pacific Coast celebrates the Whale and Dolfin Festival, allowing spectators to enjoy the beauty of these animals in a calm, responsible and fun environment.

The Turtles Go Marching One by One
The Costa Rican coast is home to many important nesting sites for Green Turtles, Hawksbill Turtles and Leatherbacks. They can be seen in great number, especially from March to October.  Hatching season runs from April to December, when thousands of babies make their run from their nest to the warm coastal waters.
Turtle Stampede
Between July and November, some 10,000 turtles swarm the beaches of the Panamanian islands to lay their eggs, providing a one-of-a-kind show that will thrill nature lovers.  

Cane Island, a wildlife refuge in the Panamanian Pacific, is the chosen site for some 3,500 Loggerhead turtles who keep an annual appointment on the island, traveling to this safe haven to spawn. 


Humpbacks and Sperm Whales

During the five warmest months, these mammals migrate to the Panamanian Pacific in order to reproduce.  It is quite an impressive sight to see humpback whales and sperm whales swimming and leaping from the water near the coast. This phenomenon takes place from June to November in the waters of Panama's Pacific coast.


Some of the key points in Panama where you can watch whales are the islands of Coiba, Taboga and the Archipelago of Las Perlas. You can also see them in the Gulf of Chiriquí, San Miguel, Isla Iguana and the Bay of Panama. You will find other interesting animals too, like bottlenose and spotted dolphins, but without question, the humpback whales are the stars of the show. 
Whale Sharks - Cancun and Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Ever see a licence plate from Quintana Roo, Mexico? It features a picture of a whale shark, and for good reason. Lonely Planet ranks Isla Contoy, 90 miles north of Cancun, as the best place in the world to see whale sharks. Isla Mujeres is another well-known feeding ground for these majestic creatures.  The best time of year to see them is between May and September, with the peak of their arrival occurring in July/August. These huge, amazing fish like warm waters, and we guarantee you will find swimming with them to be an unforgettable experience.

Whether it's in Mexcio, Panama, Costa Rica or any of our more than 40 fantastic destinations, we invite you to come enjoy the summer season with us. We look forward to working with you to make your next Group Travel event a truly memorable experience. 




Jose Manuel Garcia
Visionary, Founder and Managing Commander-in-Chief
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