BEFORE THE TRIP
See the details of whale watching season here and plan your trip.
BOOK YOUR RESERVATION
The booking procedure is essential for a successful journey. Choose the date of your trip, number of passengers, if you want an Open Party Trip or a Private Charter. Then book here, or call our office +1 (619) 399–7224 in Ensenada from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) every day of the week.
All reservations must be paid in advance or booked with at least 50% of the value of the trip. You can buy your tickets or charter in advance paying with debit or credit cards. Card payments are processed by bank in the U.S. therefore, all transactions are in USD.
We recommend checking the weather reports for the city of Ensenada one or two days before the date of travel. The whale watching season takes place during the winter months therefore, it is possible to encounter bad weather on the day of the event.
THE DAY OF THE TRIP
To find our exact location see Google Maps
Our free parking area is limited specially on weekends; around our location there’re private parking areas with a $1.00 to $2.00 USD per hour fee. Also arriving early free parking can be found in the adjacent blocks.
You should arrive at our terminal 30 minutes prior to departure time and announce your arrival at the registration counter inside our offices. Generally the departure time listed in your confirmations is the exact time for departure, please take note of this.
Take a motion sickness pill at least one hour before departure time, even if you don’t get dizzy easily is better to be safe and enjoy the trip. Dramamine is the best option it can be purchased at our registration counter inside our office.
Is recommended that you have breakfast before the trip. You can also bring your own cold food and drinks (avoid glass bottles), generally boats don’t have galley service available onboard.
CAMERAS FOR PICTURES
Don’t forget to bring your video equipment, cameras or binoculars. The use of these devices can greatly enhance the experience and let you share the adventure with others.
The conditions to be monitored before any boat trip are: The intensity of the waves, wind speed and chances of rain and fog. These conditions are taken into consideration before departure, if any of these conditions can affect our trip, it could be canceled for your safety. We handle this information well in advance, we suggest that you call or send email to our office if you think that bad weather may affect your trip.
Usually the weather is cold during the winter months, even in days when the sky is clear. We recommend that you bring warm clothing (weather gets colder in the afternoon). Women are advised to avoid high-heeled shoes bring comfortable outdoors shoes. Sunglasses and hats are also recommended.