Whale Season in Cabo
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
In the King James Bible, Ecclesiastes 3; verse 1 states, ”To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heavens,” and In Cabo San Lucas, every winter beginning in mid-to-late November through April, is the the annual whale watching season; who for some, is quite heavenly to see. And while Gray whales are the species most often seen in Cabo San Lucas as they migrate along the Baja Coast of Mexico to give birth to a new generation of whales; the Humpback, Sperm and Blue Whales also make that arduous journey to Land’s End, as well as Orca whales. Which has been a traditionally famous draw, attracting guests and tourists from all over the world. Visitors who have seen youtube videos, Instagram and Facebook photos and images and have dreamt of making that once-in a-lifetime vacation trip and plans so they could experience, the whale watching adventure, up close and personal.
Most of the whale watching tour companies in Los Cabos charge an average price of $89 US dollars for adults and $69 USD for children ages 5-12 years old for what is typically a two hour excursion that includes bottled water, and a round trip pick up and return to a guests respective resort hotel. The sight-seeing adventure is usually aboard an inflatable that allows for the best visibility and most have weight limits in the range of 265 lbs (120 kilos). Cabo Rey, Cabo Expedition, The Buccaneer Queen, Cabo Escape, Sunrider, Pez Gato, Cabo Mar, Tropicat, Eco Cat, Ocean Rider , Cabo Sails, Cabo Sailing, and the equally sounding Cabo Sailing, all offer tremendously good tours.
for more tours visit the following link https://www.loscabosguide.com/whale-watching/
Photos : Oscar Ortiz