When it comes to whale watching, Cabo San Lucas is a worldwide hotspot. That’s because the waters surrounding Cabo are breeding areas and migratory stops for humpback whales in the Pacific Ocean. To help you get as close to these magnificent creatures as possible and take pictures to memorialize the moment, our experts here at Cabo Adventures proudly offer this one-of-a-kind Whale Watching Cabo Photo Safari. Witness the awe-inspiring enormity and grace of 40-50ft (12-16m) humpback whales up-close in their natural environment from our specialized, inflatable boats. Feel the rush of seeing them shoot out of the ocean depths, launching high into the air and returning to the sea amidst a colossal splash!
Whales in Cabo: What You Need to Know
Whales travel about 3,000 miles during a 10 to 12-month gestation period. Above the ocean, their breathtaking performance is a way of communicating with other whales and below the surface, they produce a wide range of fascinating singing sounds. Humpback whales can reach sizes over 50 feet in length and weigh as much as 80,000 pounds. They are perhaps the most famous whale species for breaching, which is on full display near Cabo.
The Best Whale Watching Cabo Has to Offer
If you are looking for the best way to do Cabo San Lucas whale watching, our Whale Watching Cabo Photo Safari is the right choice for you. Led by some of the region’s finest local whale experts, our whale watching tour take you to some of the areas best spots for seeing humpback whales in their natural habitat. Hear the whale song through our state-of-the-art hydrophones while our Marine Mammal Specialist explains everything about these fascinating creatures. Watch as whales breach just few from your boat and take photos to last a lifetime. When it comes to Cabo San Lucas whale watching, this is the tour to top them all.
Your day will include
- Bottled water
- Round trip transportation in an air-conditioned van from most hotels in Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo
Duration: 2 hours
- Minimum Age: 5 years old
- Expecting mothers restricted
- Maximum weight: 265 lbs (120 kg)
- To ensure maximum visibility, this tour is conducted on inflatable motor boats with no extra facilities aboard
What to bring
- Biodegradable sunscreen
- Light sweater
- Money for photos and souvenirs
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