Whale Watching - Cabo San Lucas
Every autumn, thousands of Gray whales make their annual 6,000 mile migration from the summer feeding grounds of Alaska to the calving grounds of Cabo San Lucas, the Baja and the Sea of Cortez. If you're coming to Cabo San Lucas between December 15 and April 15, you will likely be treated to seeing some of these gentle giants. Gray whales are the species most often seen in Cabo San Lucas as they migrate along the Baja Coast of Mexico to calve. Humpback Whales and Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins are plentiful too. Sperm whales, Blue Whales and even Orcas are also sometimes spotted.
Whale Watching - Panga Style
This adventure uses the same whales & water but without the suspension seats. Don't worry, the whales won't care either. Enjoy your time at sea in the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortes searching for the worlds largest mammals. Soak in the beautiful scenery and all points of interest of Cabo San Lucas bay as we visit all landmarks such as the Arch, Lover's Beach, Divorce Beach, and a Sea Lion Colony.
Want an exclusive experience with your friends and family? Private tours are available at special discounts and flexible departure times.
Duration Two Hours - Leaves at 10:00am, 12:00pm & 2:00pm Everyday
Duration Two Hours - Leaves at 10:30am & 1:30pm Everyday
$2 - Fee per person to enter the gate. This must be paid in cash on arrival
Not included and is left to individual discretion.
2 Hour Tour - Leaves Daily at 10:00am, 12:00pm & 2:00pm. We board from the marina downtown. A detailed map with instructions are sent after booking.
Certified Bilingual Guide - Comes with Slight Accent
Life Jackets - All Sizes
You Might Need
Waterproof Camera - Pics For A Lifetime
Snacks/Drinks - Bring Your Favorites
Sun Block - Biodegradable Only
Someone to Watch Your Dog - Sorry Buster
Make Your Own Trip
All of our tours can be modified and adapted to your needs (Arch Tour - Snorkel - Whale Watching). Let us know what you want, and we can personalize it for you.