Baja Whale Watching Tours
“The Best of Baja’s Whales, Dolphins & Sea Lions”
February – Beginning of April Are The Optimal Times for Baja Whale Watching
More Whale Watching • Less Travel Time • U.S. Based Company
Scammon’s Lagoon (Ojo de Libre), Pacific Ocean
Midriff Islands Region, Sea of Cortez
Las Animas EcoLodge • Private B&B • Private Carriage Transportation • 10 Person Groups
#1 Specialty Lodging Baja California
Best Dates for Seeing Lots of Whales: February to Beginning of April
Last 2017 six-day Trips with Openings: March 20, March 27 & April 3
Whale, Dolphin & Sea Lion – Six Day Combo Trip
Your Baja whale watching trip with Baja Airventures begins with two and a half days exploring the famous Scammon’s Lagoon (Ojo de Libre) located on the Pacific Ocean.
You’ll experience California Gray whales as they move along their annual migration route, first with a local guide by boat, and then by air. The combination of air and sea viewing is something NO other whale watching operator in Baja is able to offer. In fact, the opportunity to view these creatures with a birds eye view is a rarity in itself. See aerials of whales here.
You will revel in up-close encounters with inquisitive young calves and mischievous, yet mindful adult whales. A short, scenic flight will then carry you over the peninsula to the Las Animas Wilderness Ecolodge, found on the Sea of Cortez. The remainder of the trip to Las Animas is by boat. There you’ll enjoy four more days of fun, exploration, and relaxation. Fantastic food, superior accommodations, attentive staff, endless natural wonders and certain relaxation will all meet you there. Call now to reserve your place on this truly unique soft adventure vacation. See you in Baja!
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Amazing Momma & Baby Gray Whale Close Encounter
John Steinbeck’s “Galapagos of Mexico” – Sea of Cortez
There really is no question as to why John Steinbeck coined this area of Mexico as the countries Galapagos! The Sonoran desert and the crystal blue waters surrounding Las Animas near the Bay of the Angels are home to an impressive variety of abundant food supply and diverse habitats. You’ll experience perhaps the most spectacular collection of marine plants, birds and mammals found anywhere in the world. 23 species of dolphins and whales, including the largest whales in the world, the Fin and Blue whales, have been sighted in Canal de Los Ballenas (just whale canal), east of Las Animas. 800 fish species, 120 species of cactus, and the largest concentration of seabirds found anywhere in the Sea of Cortez are all here to discover.
This was a great trip! I highly recommend it!Tripadvisor review
2017 Baja Whale Watching Departure
Call for Current Trip Availability
800-221-9283 or 1-619-421-2235
January / February Baja Whale Watching Tours
|Feb. 6 – 11||SOLD OUT
|Feb. 13 – 18||Special Ocean Institute/Marine Biologist SOLD OUT
|Feb. 20 – 25||SOLD OUT|
|Feb. 21 – 26||SOLD OUT
|Feb. 27 – March 4||SOLD OUT|
|Feb. 28 – March 5||SOLD OUT|
March & April Baja Whale Watching Tours
|March 6 – 11||SOLD OUT|
|March 7 – 12||SOLD OUT|
|March 13 – 18||SOLD OUT|
|March 14 – 19||SOLD OUT|
|March 20 – 25||3 open|
|March 27 – April 1||SOLD OUT
|March 28 – April 2||6 open
|April 3 – 8||3 open|
|April 8 – April 13||3 open
* Trips are limited to 10 guests only!
2017 Best of Baja’s Whales, Dolphins & Sea Lions Tour
February – March: Baja Gray Whale Watching Season
6-day, ALL Inclusive: $2,995* *Please add 13% Mexican government IVA & 3% National Park Tax*