CEDO (The Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans) welcomes tourist and student groups of all ages. Here you will find a knowledgeable staff and can learn more through slide presentations, tours and nature talks. There are gardens and even a fin whale exhibit that make any visit fun and educational. For groups of six or more, you may schedule your own special tour or activity.
CEDO also has a visitor’s center and gift shop located at Las Conchas and offers a fun day of discovery and exploration for all families visiting Rocky Point. The science building at the biological field station gives field researchers an exciting opportunity to further investigate deserts and oceans.
CEDO offers unique opportunities to explore the sea and the desert. You can hike in North America’s largest sea of sand, paddle through the channels of Estero Morúa, or explore the diverse underwater world of tide pools. By attending one of the nature talks or presentations you can learn about the Gulf of California’s extreme tides, the endangered Vaquita Porpoise and CEDO’s current projects. Talks and presentations are every Tuesday and Saturday – free of charge. If you visit during the summer CEDO offers an exciting youth summer camp and opportunities for schools to bring groups for day visits or overnight field trips.
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