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Baja Whale Watching Multi Day Tour

Baja Whale Watching Multi Day Tour
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$1100
Duration: 6 days
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Description

Witness the gray whale migration, one of nature’s most phenomenal events, and see these gentle giants up-close in the heart of their breeding grounds.  At a Glance Observe one of the most miraculous natural phenomena on the planet: the 5,000-mile winter migration of gray whales to the Baja Peninsula to mate and deliver their calves. Journey from San Diego into Mexico to trace the migration and lifecycle of the gray whale.

Observe one of the most miraculous natural phenomena on the planet: the 5,000-mile winter migration of gray whales to the Baja Peninsula to mate and deliver their calves. Journey from San Diego into Mexico to trace the migration and lifecycle of the gray whale.

6 Days & 5 nights - Departure from San Diego

Day 1: San Diego - Ensenada - San Quintin.
Day 2: San Quintin - Guerrero Negro.
Day 3: Guerrero Negro - Scammon’s (Ojo de Liebre) Lagoon - San Ignacio.
Day 4: San Ignacio - Laguna de San Ignacio - San Ignacio. 
Day 5: San Ignacio - Scammon’s (Ojo de Liebre) Lagoon - Cataviña. 
Day 6: Cataviña - San Diego.



Lodging

Day 1: Mision Santa Maria, San Quintin
Day 2: Halfway Inn, Guerrero Negro
Day 3: Desert Inn, San Ignacio
Day 4: Desert Inn, San Ignacio
Day 5: Misión Cataviña, Cataviña

Meals

Day 1: 
Lunch in Ensenada. Dinner at the hotel in San Quintín
Day 2: Breakfast at hotel in San Quintín. Lunch in Cataviña.
Day 3: Breakfast at hotel in Guerrero Negro. Bag lunch on the boat in the lagoon. Dinner at hotel in San Ignacio
Day 4: Breakfast at hotel in San Ignacio. Lunch at the lagoon.
Day 5: Breakfast at hotel in San Ignacio. Bag lunch on the boat in the lagoon. Dinner at hotel in Cataviña
Day 6: Meals Breakfast at hotel in Cataviña. Lunch in San Quintín. Box dinner on the go.

Witness the gray whale migration, one of nature’s most phenomenal events, and see these gentle giants up-close in the heart of their breeding grounds.  At a Glance Observe one of the most miraculous natural phenomena on the planet: the 5,000-mile winter migration of gray whales to the Baja Peninsula to mate and deliver their calves. Journey from San Diego into Mexico to trace the migration and lifecycle of the gray whale.