Wildlife abounds in Baja Califonia's bays and lagoons
Grey whales complete one of the most epic migrations in the world, leaving cold Alaskan waters to travel 5,000 miles south to their breeding grounds in the warm, pacific bays of Baja California.
On motorised skiffs we hope to come within touching distance of these inquisitive giants.
The rest of the marine life in Baja will not disappoint: sea lions, dolphins and turtles share the islands, lagoons and rugged shoreline.
What makes this trip responsible?
On this trip we visit some fragile environments that are important for marine wildlife and in these areas we use accommodation that minimises the environmental impact of our visit. At Espiritu Santo Island and Magdalena Bay we stay in semi-permanent tented camps, both of which have beach front locations and will be removed at the end of the season to return the area to its natural state. These camps are locally staffed and serviced primarily with fresh produce from the region.
Grey whale whatching