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Gray Whale Expedition

Enjoy one of the most spectacular whale encounters on a 2-day expedition to Magdalena Bay

  • 48 hr
  • 12,000 Mexican pesos
  • Boulevard Paseo de la Marina


Tour dates 2025 February 8th & 9th March 22nd & 23rd This whale watching adventure will take you to Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos, a small fishing community located around 6 hours from Cabo San Lucas, in Magdalena Bay, one of the main breeding areas for gray whales in the world. The Gray Whale is one of the most active whale on the surface and one of the most popular for whale watching due to its famous curiosity towards boats and humans. In Magdalena Bay we can find vast areas with dunes and mangroves and it is also a great place to observe different species of birds, coyotes, dolphins and sea lions, an incredible opportunity to explore the wildest side of Baja California Sur. Itinerary: Day 1 05:00 am - Departure from Cabo San Lucas 11:00 am - Arrival to Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos 11:30 am - Check-in at the hotel 12:00 pm - Lunch 01:00 pm - Whale watching (4 hours) 05:00 pm - Return to the dock 06:00 pm - Dinner Day 2 06:00 am - Breakfast 07:00 am - Whale watching (4 hours) 11:00 am - Return to the dock 12:00 pm - Lunch 01:00 pm - Check out of the hotel 07:00 pm - Arrival in Cabo San Lucas Price per person: 12,000 MXN Includes: - 4 hours of boat travel per day - Water and snacks on board - Photos taken throughout the trip - Naturalist Guide - One night's lodging in a shared double room - Boat and Captain - Round transportation Cabo San Lucas - Lopez Mateos - 1 continental breakfast - 2 lunches - 1 dinner - Rain Covers - Binoculars - Educational Material Does not include alcoholic beverages, tips to restaurants, or souvenirs. Safety: - First aid kit - Small groups maximum 10 guests What you can bring: - Reef friendly sunscreen - Hat - Sunglasses - Warm Jacket & extra layers - Confortable clothes - Camera - Cash for souvenirs or tips 5 participants minimum 5% of our profits goes to whale disentangledment & 15% of our profits goes to marine education for local children

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