Sunday, April 11, 2021

Whale watching at San Ignacio Lagoon

Between December and March of each year, gray whales come to gather in these lagoons to mate, give birth, and nurse their young. 

Laguna San Ignacio is located just a few hours south of the 28th parallel in Baja California Sur, México where gray whales have been returning each year for countless centuries in one of natures magical cycles of life before heading north again to reach their arctic feeding grounds.

To experience these whales close up – see them blowing, sounding, mating, and calving in their natural habitat is an awesome and inspiring experience where mother whales bring their newborn babies right up to the boat!

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