Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching
Located on the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula at the convergence of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, Cabo San Lucas is the ideal vacation destination for eco-enthusiasts. Our naturalist guides will lead you on a marine excursion to see amazing Gray Whales in their native environment. Every winter, these massive cetaceans migrate from the chilly waters off Alaska to the Bays along the Mexican Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. You may also have the opportunity to see other marine mammals such as Humpback Whales, Sea Lions, Spinner Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins, and Spotted Dolphins. You will never forget the once-in-a-lifetime experience of witnessing these majestic animals in the wild.
Our professional crew takes pride in providing fun-filled, educational, safe, and comfortable eco-tours in the cerulean waters of the Sea of Cortez. Our English-fluent captains and crew are thoroughly trained and licensed by the Mexican government. All of our vessels are meticulously maintained and inspected to ensure a safe and enjoyable whale watching adventure.
Exciting Ocean Riders Whale Watching
Join Ocean Riders fro an eco-friendly whale watching adventure in the Sea of Cortez. Our quick zodiac-style boats will allow participants to experience an up-close look at the majestic Gray Whale. You may also have the opportunity to se other marine mammals such as Humpback Whales, Dolphins and Sea Lions.
Unlike some whale watching tours, we keep the passengers to an intimate group, and utilize a smaller more maneuverable craft that can get close to the action. Our English-fluent naturalist guides are experts on these amazing creatures.
Whale Watch Catamaran Excursion
This exhilarating combo adventure combines catamaran sailing with a thrilling whale watching excursion. As you sail along the gorgeous waters of the Sea of Cortez, with the tropical breezes blowing through your hair, you'll truly feel as though you've arrived in paradise.
Our bilingual biologist guide will then guide you to the best areas for spotting Gray Whales. You'll be astounded as these gargantuan cetaceans breach the surface, spout from their blowhole, and slap the water with their tremendous tail.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas
Located on the southern tip of the eight hundred mile Baja Peninsula, the resort area of Cabo San Lucas has been a coastal vacation destination for more than fifty years...
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Cabo San Lucas Marina
Centrally located in a protected harbor in down-town Cabo San Lucas, Marina Del Cabo offers every convenience and amenity that is expected at a luxury resort marina...
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Whale Watching Season
Whale watching season in the Pacific Ocean off the Baja Peninsula and in the Sea of Cortez begins in December and carries through the winter months until the end of March...
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About Whale Watching
Whale Watching has become an immensely popular phenomenon worldwide, generating more than two billion dollars of revenue annually across the globe...
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Whale Watching F.A.Q.
Here are some common questions and answer we've received from visitors to our website and Cabo San Lucas...
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Whale Species Info
Every winter a number of species of the Cetacean Order of mammals migrate to the warm waters off the Baja Peninsula...
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