Join us on an experience like no other – to watch the Grey whales as they bask in the shallow waters of southern shore of Magdalena Bay in Baja California sur on an historic piece of land.
The Gray whale was hunted to extinction in The Atlantic Ocean and nearly to extinction in the Baja California lagoons. The Gray whale has been protected since 1947 and was taken off of the endangered species list in 1994. Today there are over 20,000 gray whales in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
This is not a freediving trip, Instead, we will spend the days on small, local Panga fishing boats watching the whales. The Grey whale literally seek human contact and it is the only place where touching a whale is acceptable. Spending time with these majestic whales is profound.
We will also visit cueva del Raton, where prehistoric cave drawings can be seen.
In order to join our trips you will be required to pay a deposits. Our payment schedule is as follows:
25% deposit to be made at the time of booking. Deposits are only refundable with the conditions listed in our Terms and conditions page.
25% of total amount deposited 3 months prior to the estimated start of the trip – non-refundable + transferable for the 2024 season with conditions listed in the Terms and Conditions page.
50% to be paid 60 days before trip commencement.
*some trips may have different payment schedules – please check individual trips.