Whale watching in Los Cabos

 

More than a hobby or distraction, whale watching has become a wonderful experience that you can’t miss on your next trip to Los Cabos. This activity consists of observing in their natural habitat the different types of whales that migrate every year to this beautiful destination of Baja California Sur, provided it is for recreational purposes and with the intention of marveling at the size and beauty of these marine mammals.

Every year, between December and April, these majestic whales migrate from the cold waters of the Bering Sea to the warm, tropical climate of this destination with the intention of breeding, giving birth, feeding and playing. This migration is one of the longest that any mammal goes through and it takes them an average of two to three months to arrive to Los Cabos.

There are five types of whales that come to the waters of Baja California Sur, among which are the humpback and gray whales. You will also see blue whales, sperm whales and orcas, accompanied by other marine species that make this experience something that you can only enjoy here.

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Más que un hobby o distracción, el avistamiento de ballenas se ha convertido en una experiencia maravillosa que no te puedes perder en tu próximo viaje a Los Cabos. Esta actividad consiste en observar en su hábitat natural a los diferentes tipos de ballenas que migran cada año a este hermoso destino de Baja California Sur, siempre y cuando sea por motivos recreativos y con la intención de maravillarte con la magnitud y belleza de estos mamíferos marinos.

Todos los años, entre diciembre y abril, migran estos majestuosos cetáceos desde las frías aguas del mar de Bering al clima cálido y tropical de este destino con la intención de reproducirse, parir, alimentarse y jugar. Esta migración es una de las más largas que realiza cualquier mamífero y les toma un promedio de dos a tres meses para llegar a Los Cabos.

Existen cinco tipos de ballenas que llegan a las aguas de Baja California Sur, entre las cuales destacan la ballena jorobada y la gris. También se pueden apreciar la ballena azul, cachalote y orcas, acompañadas de otras especies marinas que hacen de esta experiencia algo que sólo puedes vivir aquí.

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