Book Whale Watching Tours & Camps in Mexico – Pacific Ocean & Sea of Cortez: Whale watching trips to Laguna San Ignacio, Magdalena Bay, Cabo San Lucas & the beautiful islands of Loreto Bay national marine park
Eco-Hub Mexico is offering a number of whale watching tours in Baja California, Mexico both in the warm desert lagoons off Baja California’s Pacific coast and in the Gulf of California/Sea of Cortez on the eastern side of the peninsula. Here you can book whale watching experiences in Magdalena Bay and San Ignacio on the Pacific coast, Loreto Bay on the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) side and Cabo San Lucas, a popular destination located on the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico where the two oceans meet.
A selection of whale watching trips are shown further down the page.
Choose between day whale watching trips to multi-day all inclusive whale watching camp experiences and combination tours. For whale watching in Mexico, particularly Baja California, Eco-Hub Mexico has got it covered.
Baja California, Mexico – Whale watching in the desert lagoons of Baja’s Pacific coast
During certain months, typically between the end of December and the beginning of March, the California gray whale, Eschrichtius robustus, gather in their thousands off the coast of the Baja California peninsula. These gray whales, unlike their Asian counterparts have made a great come back from the threat of extinction due to conservation efforts over the years. These amazing baleen whales can grow as large as 16 meters or 36 tonnes! Watch in awe as a pod of whales approaches your relatively tiny boat, these gentle giants are very inquisitive.
The photo, which we took on a whale watching tour in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, Baja California Sur in March 2010, shows an approximately 15 metre gray whale partially breaching the surface. No matter how long we sit around discussing among us how to put this amazing experience into words, we always come to the same conclusion……. this is something that simply has to be experienced in person in order to fully appreciate it.
Baja California Mexico – Sea of Cortez whale watching tours
Over on Baja’s Sea of Cortez side, blue, fin and humpback whales can be observed, some of which all year round.
There are various whale watching tour operators up and down the peninsula. We have picked out some of the very best in both northern and southern Baja.
Big Hook, an adventure tour charter operating out of Ensenada’s main port, offer gray whale watching tours departing daily. The tour takes you around the beautiful Bahia Todos Santos………… read more
Baja California Sur
From La Paz we can arrange a day trip to Magdalena Bay for you to view gray whales during the winter months. Contact for details.
ROW Sea Kayak Adventures are offering top quality Baja blue whale watching tours in the loreto Bay National Marine Park combined with gray whale-watching from their base camp in Magdalena Bay, a sheltered inner waterway over on the Pacific coast which is a prime calving and mating ground for California Gray whales…… read more
Los cabos – Cabo San Lucas
Cabo Eco Tours, based in Cabo San Lucas, offer seasonal whale watching tours onboard their luxury, multi-million dollar sailing catamaran, EcoCat, where you will get the chance to observe humpback and gray whales that like to spend their winter months around Los Cabos…… read more
ROW Sea Kayak Adventures are offering top quality gray whale watching tours from their base camp in Magdalena Bay, a sheltered inner waterway which is a prime calving and mating ground for California Gray whales. These trips can be combined with Blue Whale watching in the Sea of Cortez or with a magical guided kayaking tour…… read more
The Cortez Club, a premier adventure tour operator in La Paz, offer gray whale watching tours during whale-watching season departing from the city to Magdalena Bay over on the Pacific side of the peninsula where gray whales gather in large numbers typically between the end of December to the beginning of March. Transportation from La Paz is included…………. read more