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In winter and spring Baja California has the joy of embracing the gray whale in its course to bear their calves. The sight of this sea colossus is an experience you must live. You’ll love it!

For thousands of years the Gray Whale has been a faithful visitor of the Baja California Peninsula each winter. They pass by our friendly waters to seek the warmth of the Pacific Ocean to give birth to their calves.

Their visit provides Baja California pride and satisfaction, as the Grey Whales are considered internationally as Mexican. The whale watching season begins on December and ends April of each year. This is an amazing experience at open sea, in the out shores of the Ensenada Bay, heading to Todos Santos Island, where the route of this enormous cetaceous is located. You can also behold magnificent creatures such as dolphins, pelicans and sea lions among others. You won’t regret! This unbelievable trip includes a professional sightseeing guide that will be explaining the highlights of the whale behavior and the overall details of their majestic journey. In winter and spring Baja California has the joy of embracing the gray whale in its course to bear their calves. The sight of this sea colossus is an experience you must live. You’ll love it!

For thousands of years the Gray Whale has been a faithful visitor of the Baja California Peninsula each winter. They pass by our friendly waters to seek the warmth of the Pacific Ocean to give birth to their calves. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel.

Duration: Eight hours.

Start/opening time: At 9am. Operational days: December- April.

Languages: English and Spanish.