The Mexican Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP) governs the protected biospheres of Mexico and requires visitors who are in these areas for any recreational activities to purchase either a Biosphere Bracelet that is good for one day’s use, or an annual Conservation Passport, valid for one year.
Discover Baja can now process the annual Conservation Passports for DBTC members. The price has increased for 2021. The cost is $1,500mn pesos (US$75) plus an additional US$10 processing fee. Please complete and return the Conservation Passport Application. Part of the fees that go to CONANP support conservation efforts and community development. There is an extra $10 fee if you are not a Discover Baja member.
The Conservation Passport now allows you to access any protected area in Mexico (see full list by region here) except for Revillagigedo National Park and the Isla Guadalupe Biosphere Reserve. To visit those two specific areas, please refer to the information below:
Reserva de la Biosfera Isla Guadalupe:
Av. del Puerto No. 375, Local 30 Fracc. Playa Ensenada, C. P. 22880 en Ensenada, Baja California, México
Con Marisol Torres Aguilar
Parque Nacional Revillagigedo:
Carretera Transpeninsular al Norte, esquina bahía ballenas, Col. Fidepaz, CP. 23094
Con Javier Alejandro González Leija