Baja Whales Photo Workshop

A once-in-a-lifetime whale adventure

Location
Mexico
Cost
9 days from $6,950
Dates
Feb 26–Mar 6, 2025
Activity Level
Easy – Easy walks over occasionally uneven ground. You must be able to get in and out of small boats. If you are prone to motion sickness while on the water, please consider seasickness medication.
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Group Size
Open for Registration
Limited to 10 Participants

Mexico’s Baja California is home to one of the world’s most unique whale encounters. After summers feeding in Alaska, gray whales head to the San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja to give birth and nurse their calves. For an unknown reason, some gray whales are curious and crave human interaction. When and how they interact with us is up to them, but they frequently approach the pangas (small boats) to be caressed, stroked, and even kissed. We’ll also explore the Mechudo Corridor between La Paz and Loreto in search of blue whales and their calves, plus potential sightings of humpbacks, huge pods of dolphins, giant fin-back whales, and, if we’re lucky, orcas and sperm whales.

Read more about our recent encounters with gray whales in Baja.

Highlights

  • Up-close interactions and photography with gray whales and their calves in San Ignacio Lagoon.
  • Four days aboard a private expedition yacht exploring the Mechudo Corridor in search of blue whales, dolphins, humpbacks, fin-backs, orcas, and sperm whales.
  • Spotter aircraft will support our yacht to maximize wildlife encounters.
  • Stay in a luxury tent camp at the ocean's edge in San Ignacio Lagoon.
  • Enjoy snorkeling with whale sharks and sea lions.