One of the biggest spectacles in the Sea of Cortez is the arrival of thousands of gray whales. These mammals migrate from the Arctic to Baja California to feed and have their offspring. They usually stay from December to march, although some groups stay until April.
Observing the journey of the gray whale is an experience like no other in the world. We are not talking about seeing a pair of moving humps emerging at moments to the surface, several meters away and under the worst climate conditions; it is a true approach with these cetaceans under a pleasant climate and calm waters where whales are free of stress and are able to play with their young, reproduce and even give birth.
Can you imagine fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, kitesurfing, seeing sea lions, dolphins, stingrays and snorkeling with the world’s largest fish? Well, in Baja, it’s possible!!