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Half Day Whale watching in the Sea of Cortez

Half Day Whale watching in the Sea of Cortez, Mexico

Today you will head out of Loreto by small motor-boat to spend approximately 4 hours looking for whales in the Sea of Cortez. The area is known to be a spot for blue and fin whales, which will be in the area to calve.

Please note it can get a little choppy out here if the wind is up, sightings are difficult and can never be guaranteed. If they are spotted then physical contact with the whales is prohibited and the boats have to keep a certain distance. The blue whale is the largest mammal in the ocean so if you are successful this really is one of the most special whale-watching adventures to witness.

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