A 40-ton Encounter

Traversing nearly 3,000 miles across the Arctic until they reach the Mexican coasts to give birth to their new offspring, whales are welcomed by the warm waters of the Pacific to offer shelter and protection for their calves from the winter storms, and allow them to grow strong before returning north.

What is the best season for whale watching?

Humpback and gray whales visit the Mexican Pacific every year from mid-December to mid-April, the perfect season to witness these majestic cetaceans.


Interesting facts about these beautiful animals

Nearly 26,000 whales migrate to the Pacific every year

Gestation period comprises 10 months

Calves feed solely on breast milk

They can gain up to 200 lbs daily

Whale’s songs can reach up to 6,200 miles of distance


A Whale Watching tour in Cabo

If you venture to Baja during this winter season, be welcome to experience the beauty of the biggest mammal in the world, on a guided tour. Learn more about these cetaceans as you reach some of the best spots for watching humpbacks in their natural habitat. Don’t miss the chance to hear the whales’ song through a hydrophone!

You will catch the perfect photo as they approach your boat, since whales can be very friendly. Prepare your camera!

We hope you enjoy this once-in-a-life-time experience!



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