The BIGGEST - Fish of the Sea
Despite being the largest fish in the world, the whale shark is very friendly and peaceful. They can be up to 41 feet and weigh about 47,000 pounds. Their skin is very thick and due to its many birthmarks is beautiful. The whale shark is found in open waters of the tropical oceans. They feed almost exclusively on plankton and therefore, are completely harmless to humans. Come and enjoy the adventures of swimming with the biggest fish in the world, a gentle ocean's giant.
We board from the La Paz Malecon (For map location CLICK HERE), and the tour will last for approximately 2 hours, depending on how long it takes to locate the whale sharks. During the short ride to the sighting area, your guide will provide detailed information for you to fully enjoy the experience. Our clients need to take into consideration that the peak season starts in September, and tails off in June. We have different sized boats to fit all your needs. All boats are insured and have permits for operation. They are all equipped with life jackets and snorkeling equipment. There will always be a well trained guide on board to help you get the most out of your adventure.
2 Hour Tour - Leaves Daily at 10:30am (1pm Tour-Call for Details)
Round Trip Transportation - from La Paz Rezorts/Hotels
Certified Bilingual Guide - Comes with Slight Accent
Snorkeling Gear - All Sizes
Duration Two Hours - Leaves at 10:30am Everyday
Usually needed in January & February when the water temperature is colder. Let us know your sizes when booking. Pay nothing now. Pay at time of Departure.
Not included and is left to individual discretion.
Make Your Own Trip
All of our tours can be modified and adapted to your needs (Island - whale shark - Balandra bay - camping). Let us know what you want, and we can personalize it for you.
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You Might Need
Sun Block - Biodegradable Only
Towel - You Might Get Wet
Change of Clothes - For The Way Back
Waterproof Camera - Pics For A Lifetime
Sea Sickness Meds - Let Your Guide Know Please
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