See them each year in the lagoons off the Baja Peninsula
Each winter, the Gray Whales complete their remarkable 12,000-mile migration from the Arctic Circle to Baja’s Pacific lagoons. These resilient mammals, once on the brink of extinction, thrive in numbers, making their annual appearance from the end of December to the beginning of March.
Whale Watching Excursions: Daily trips to Magdalena Bay provide up-close encounters with these incredible creatures, with opportunities to touch them.
Inclusive Package: For $249 USD per person, enjoy a full-day whale-watching experience.
The package covers transfers, breakfast, seafood lunch, a knowledgeable guide, and a 2-hour boat trip. (Tax not included, 16% extra)
Catered Expeditions: Indulge in multi-day “catered” expeditions tailored for kayakers, campers, and enthusiasts of all ages.
Immerse yourself in the world of Gray Whales with an inclusive package perfect for everyone fascinated by these magnificent marine beings.
Don’t miss this chance to be part of an unforgettable journey, observing the Gray Whales as they grace the lagoons of the Baja Peninsula each year.