that included "touching" the Gray Wales
Everyone would love to “touch” a whale, so let’s
go to Baja, California. Traveling south from San Diego (approximately
700 miles), you will reach two lagoons famous for the migration
and birth place of the Gray Whale. I highly recommend going
the first weeks in March to see the young baby whales.
Lagoon near Guerrero Negro can have as many as 2,000 whales
(Jan. thru March), and San Ignacio Lagoon slightly less. With
your guide you will encounter these curious, friendly, and
peaceful mammals. Being in a small boat called a pangas, you
will have the opportunity to witness and experience what few
people ever get to do. Touching a whale and looking directly
into its eye can be a lifetime changing moment.
strict rules and behavior is practiced while viewing these
whales. Keeping up the great work is our hope for the preservation
and protection of these near extinct mammals.
You will also see cactus that is found no where else in the
world touring your trip down the Baja. I went with a travel
company that is highly regarded for its tours and great organization.
Andiamo Travel has been doing these annual tours for many
successful years. I would highly recommend booking your trip
send me a note, and I will give you the full details. May
the Gray Whales continue to survive for generations to come.