Whale watching in Baja California, Mexico – the best whale-watching experience on Earth!

2020 & 2021:
8-20 February; 23 February-7 March (6 March 2020 as it's a Leap Year); 10-22 March; 9-21 April

Baja California, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, is one of the best places in the world (if not the best) for whale and dolphin watching. During this superb holiday, we hope to see as many as 10-15 different cetacean species – as well as a host of other wildlife – and are likely to have life-changing encounters with some of the largest and most inquisitive animals on the planet.

Mark has been whale-watching for more than 30 years in more than 50 countries, and in his opinion, Baja is by far the best place for the closest and most varied encounters with a wide variety of species. He was among the first to start whale-watching tours there, leading trips in the region up to four times a year during the prime whale-watching season, every year, since 1999.

Group size 27 people

Cost per person £5,395 for 2020, £5,595 for 2021 (excluding flights)

Availability 2020
8-20 February: One single female place
23 February-6 March: One single male place
10-22 March and 9-21 April: Fully booked, waitlists available

Availability 2021
Places on all four dates

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Click here if you wish to book, or phone 0117 904 8934

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