WHALE WATCHING- LORETO, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR
Bienvenidos to our whale watching- Loreto Baja headquarters. Here on this page we hope you find the information you need to plan your Spring Whale watching adventure. Whether its observering the magnificent Blue whales on the Sea of Cortez, Grey Whale Watching in Magdelena Bay or both! Not only are our guides experts when it comes to whales, but also birds plants, and the history of the area as well.
Blue Whale Watching, Sea of Cortez
Every spring the Loreto National Marine Park plays host to many different species of whales and dolphins. Late January to the middle of March is the best time of year for whale watching in Loreto. Every year they settle somewhere new, but it doesn’t take long for our experienced guides to figure out where that is. We leave early in the morning (its easier to see the spouts as the sun rises) and return around 2:00pm. If we have a chance we may stop at a nearby beach for lunch and exploration.
Itinerary Blue Whales:
7:00-7:30 Meet at Marina
7:30-12:30 Whale watching
12:30-1:30 Lunch at Island
1:30-2:30 Return to Loreto
Please note: These are the ideal trip times. We can begin and end earlier or later to accommodate your schedule.
LORETO NATIONAL MARINE PARK
"I really appreciate how respectful your captains were while showing us the whales. They too love these amazing creatures and you can tell that they didn't want to disturb them"
Grey Whale Watching, Baja California Sur
"Thanks so much for taking care of all the logistics! It's been so nice just to 'show up'. It kept the vacation a vacation!!"
Itinerary Grey Whales:
8:00 Pick up at hotel
10:00 Arrive to Magdalena
10:00-12:00 Guided whale tour
1:00-2:00 Local seafood lunch
2:00-4:00 Return to Loreto
Please note: These are the ideal trip times, however we can begin or end earlier or later to accommodate your schedule.
JANUARY BOOKING? please contact us in regards to the status of the whales in the lagoons. They are usually in by the last week of January.
IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING
"One of the most moving experiences of my life!! Thank you so much for showing us these amazing creatures!"