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: £5,795 (excluding flights)
Availability in 2022: 25 March-6 April 2022: 1 single female
9-21 April 2022: 1 single female and 1 single male
THE OTHER 3 TRIPS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED (waitlists available)
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Please contact Rachel Ashton if you wish to book
T: +44 (0) 117 904 8934 E: email@example.com
If we can run a holiday safely, we will. But if we do have to cancel because of Covid-19, we offer you a simple choice: either a full refund (within 14 days) or the option of transferring to a future trip with The Whale Watch Company (if you transfer to the same trip the following year or the year after we’ll honour the price you originally paid).
We also strongly recommend you book flights via an agent such as Trailfinders rather than direct with an airline. And we strongly recommend that you have adequate travel insurance in place with Covid-19 protection (in case you have to cancel even if the trip is running) through a company such as Trailfinders Insurance, Campbell Irvine and P J Hayman.
We use the World Land Trust’s Carbon Balanced programme which enables travellers to offset their residual greenhouse gas emissions through the protection and restoration of carbon-rich wildlife habitats in the tropics.
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