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Los Cabos Mexico / April 2, 2017

Take a Los Cabos Whale Watching Tour Before the Season Ends

Nothing puts life into perspective quite like watching a 90,000lb humpback whale jump out of the bright blue sea. Book your Whale Watch Cabo tour before the season ends on April 15th for guaranteed sightings, free photos, & 2.5 hours on the water.

Los Cabos Whale Watching

Book a Majestic Los Cabos Whale Watching Tour

Recommended Guides:

Whale Watch Cabo

Whale Season:

Now through April 15th

Prices:

Ages 13+ – $89

Ages 6-12 – $59

Vacations are all about recalibrating, putting everyday life into perspective by escaping its grind for a little time in paradise. Couple the laid-back vibe of a Baja getaway with a few hours of whale watching in Los Cabos, and you’re outlook on everything is sure to change. Seeing a 52-foot, 90,000-pound creature breach the Sea of Cortez in jaw-dropping splendor has a way of humbling us all – not to mention the pods of dolphins, sea lions, turtles, and exotic birds that are sure to color your time on the water. Humpbacks, grey whales, and six other species only fill our waters December through mid-April, though, so be sure to book your memories today.

What’s Included?

Whale watching, Los Cabos

When you tour with Whale Watch Cabo, sightings are 100% guaranteed. If for some reason they can’t find a whale (their success rate is the highest in the region), you’re invited to take another tour free of charge. Other features include:

  • Knowledgeable Marine Biologist Captain
  • Professional Photographs via DropBox
  • Onboard Hydrophone for Whale Songs
  • Smallest Group Sizes in Los Cabos
  • 5 Hours on the Water

Choose the Boat that’s Right for You

Strictly for ages 13 and up, the Zodiac raft is faster, expanding the radius within which your captain can find creatures. Families with younger children or passengers who may not be as agile should opt for the more traditional covered boat. Both are the same price, each sailing daily (Zodiac – 8am, 11am, 2:30pm; Traditional – 8:30am, 12pm, 3pm).

A Few Essentials to Remember

Whale Watching Tour, Los Cabos

If you wish to take pictures of your own, don’t forget your camera, along with essentials like sunglasses, a hat, sunscreen, and water.

Photo credits: Cabo Adventure.

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