Posted by Caroline Aguiar
Raul and I are organizing our first Whale Watching Tour to Laguna San Ignacio, Baja California Sur. Some of you may already know Laguna San Ignacio as a main destination, and migratory route for the Gray Whale. Each year the whales travel 10,000 to 12,000 miles roundtrip from the cold Arctic Seas to their mating, and calving grounds in the warm waters of Mexico. Laguna San Ignacio has become a Gray Whale nursery as mothers are there to give birth, and nurse their young for a period of three months before traveling back up north.
The dates for this incredible trip are Wednesday, January 21st to Monday, January 26, 2015! This is a 6 day event, complete with all meals, 2 nights of hotel accommodations (one night on the way down, and one night coming back), comfortable cabin accommodations at Laguna San Ignacio, whale watching activities, roundtrip transportation, and gorgeous scenery in every directions at all times!
The minimum number of participants for this trip is 6, and our maximum is 12.
Artists, painters, photographers, nature lovers, travelers, and Baja Adventurers don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to come up close with the friendly Gray Whales, and gentle leviathans of our seas!
If you’re interested in this trip, guided by Raul and Caroline, known travelers of the Baja Peninsula, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We will also give you an itinerary for the trip.
We’ll look forward to hearing from you soon. Places for this trip will go fast so please reserve you spot as soon as possible!