day gray whale watching itinerary
# 1 : Leave the border bright
and early. Travel to Guerrero Negro, arrive in the afternoon.
make an excellent lunch stop near the remote village of Catavina.
There we will have the opportunity to visit an interesting ancient
painting site. Then a short three hour drive gets us to our destination.
After getting situated in our rooms we meet for dinner and an
by our own Baja Jones.
#2 and 4: Meet for breakfast
and then travel to the lagoon where we will spend the day whale
watching, lunch will be served by the friendly Palapa crew. Then
weather permitting a second trip out onto the lagoon will be
The afternoon and evening are unstructured. Dinner will be prepared
by some of the best chefs in Central Baja. Time permitting those
who aren't too tired can take a walk through the small town searching
for a souvenir or just looking.
itinerary: Meet for breakfast. Today we venture to the Inner
area #2 for one whale watching boat trip. We expect to see more
mothers with babies, possibly close views of mating groups. Afterward
our whale watching we will
at a shoreside palapa while enjoying a picnic style buffet lunch.
Later we have time to visit the old lighthouse and the old salt
#5 : All good trips eventually
end. And so will ours. This is our travel back to the U.S. day.
We'll leave early and arrive in the United States mid-afternoon,
depending on the border crossing.
Our trips concentrate on whale
watching first. We are all there to see gray whales. Dolphins,
land mammals are all found nearby to the whale lagoons and likely
will be observed during our travel.