There are few places in the world where you can see, touch and study the earth's largest living mammals -- gray, blue and sperm whales -- in such abundance. Heart stopping views of these friendly, majestic mammals make a life of memories and pictures! Each winter between December and April, gray whales migrate south from their Arctic feeding grounds to breed and rear their young in Baja California's sheltered lagoons. After their long journey from Alaska, the Gray Whales arrive in the shallow and warm waters of Baja California. In Los Cabos you can see these amazing and wonderful creatures, up-close and in large numbers. While whales do show up in Cabo San Lucas, the best spots are further north in the bays and lagoons, which requires a short plane ride. For us here in San Jose del cabo we offer the immediate experience of going offshore in one of our Pangas to be up close and personal with whales that are here for the winter months. You'll never forget a close encounter with a gentle, 30-ton animal with baby in tow! We promise plenty of pictures and a life of memories.
We also offer boat excursions that explore the coast line, snorkeling, including the whale-watching and all around days on the water in our Panga fleet.