Join us to meet the Gray Whale, a beautiful example of survival, evolutionary trapped in time, crossing borders during their long annual migrations from the seas of Alaska, and today, breaking the barrier of coexistence with man. Each season from December 15 to April 15, enjoy the sightings of the magnificent gray whale migration on a journey from the cold northern seas of Alaska to the warm lagoons located at the center of the peninsula of Baja California. Traveling more than 10,000 miles, gray whales swim day and night for about four months. The whales swim near the coast and go either alone or in small groups. Thousands of people across North America on the shores of the Pacific Ocean each year admire the passing of these incredible creatures sometime almost to the brink of extinction.


"We did the whale watching tour-got to see whales and sea lions. We're very attentive to get us back to our cruise ship. They also fished and my daughters got to catch fish which was an extra bonus."

Madison S.

"The trip was exactly as advertised. The boat got respectuflly close to a few grey whales and we were able to see some tails and fins and some calves. Sergio had a taxi waiting for us as when we got back as we had to get back to our cruise, the Carnival Imagination. It was a perfect day!!"

Holly M.

"Awesome whale watching trip. Ben and Sergio made the experience awesome. Both were funny and we'll educated on the nature of the whales."

Dan B.