Marc Nelson, Christi Mcgarry Explore Mexico In Two-Part ‘Beached’ Special

Marc Nelson and Christi McGarry are out to explore Mexico’s stunning waters, scenic land destinations, and mouthwatering fare in a two-part special of travel show “Beached,” airing on June 22 and 29 (Sunday) at 8 pm on Metro Channel.

They are in for an exhilarating adventure in the Mexican peninsula called Baja California, which boasts beautiful beaches, forests, and deserts. In the “Beached” teaser released by Metro Channel, Christi said their current stop has “diverse geography, captivating shorelines, and pristine turquoise waters.”

The hosts get to see grey whales, try night paddle boarding, go on a mountain bike ride, explore Mexican food, and many other fun activities in the first part of the Mexico special.

According to Marc, Baja California is a haven for beach lovers.  “For a beach and ocean lover, this place has it all. Freediving, kiteboarding, scuba diving, paddle boarding, and so much more,” he said.In the second episode of “Beached: Mexico,” Marc and Christi get to swim with whale sharks, the largest fish in the world. They also make a stop at La Paz Malecon, which has a rich marine life and a rich city life with cool bars and restaurants to try in the area.

The venturesome hosts also go to see the beautiful islands of Los Islotes, part of the UNESCO biosphere reserves and home to sea lions. Their itinerary likewise includes the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park, one of the top diving destinations in Mexico.Discover the beauty of Baja California in Mexico in the latest episodes of “Beached,” premiering this June 22 and 29 (Sunday) at 8 pm. Metro Channel is available on Sky Cable channel 52 (SD) and channel 174 (HD), Cignal channel 69, and GSAT channel 70. For more details, follow Metro Channel PH on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram and check out previous episodes of “Beached” on Metro.Style YouTube channel.

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