Grey whales in Baja by Private flight
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One of the most incredible natural wonders on the Baja peninsula is visiting the Grey Whales that come to the warm lagoons of Baja California Sur to breed and give birth every winter. Experience a new level of luxury on this private tour that takes you up in the air before touching down for one of the most magical whale watching tours available.
Take a Private Flight to Magdalena Bay to watch Grey Whales
From February to March, travelers from all over the world visit Baja California to see the gray whales and, without a doubt, Magdalena Bay, also known as Lopez Mateos Bay, is one of the best spots to do so. The shallow and protected waters of the laguna provide an ideal spot for birthing and nursing calves
There is no better way to get to Lopez Mateos Bay than on a short 1 hour and 15 minutes flight departing from Cabo San Lucas onboard one of the airplanes of our modern fleet.
A comfortable Piper Saratoga PA-32R private plane will take you to enjoy the magnificent experience of getting up close, and even touching, the impressive gray whales.
When visiting Cabo during the winter months, don't miss your opportunity to experience an unparalleled Private Grey Whale Tour by plane for USD $4,900 USD for up to 4 passengers. Contact our Travel Advisor and start planning your private Baja whale watching experience at 1-800-916 8734 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy a One-of-a-Kind Whale Watching Experience in the Baja Peninsula
Weighing up to 40 tons and measuring nearly 50 feet long, the gray whales are gentle giants of the ocean. Seeing them in Lopez Mateos Bay is not your typical whale watching experience.
In addition to the behaviors we typically see in other species of whales such as breaching, slapping the water with their tail fin, and spouting, the gray whales actually seek out human contact and will come right up to the whale watching boats.
Visit the Bay During Grey Whale Migration Season
Every October, the gray whales of the Pacific begin a two-to-three-month migration from the cold Alaskan seas to the warm waters of Baja California. At nearly 14,000 miles round-trip, it is the longest annual migration of any mammal.
The gray whales travel to the warm lagoons of Baja California to mate and give birth to their calves. Making this the perfect opportunity for a private whale watching experience.
What's included in this tour
- Round Private Flight in a modern airplane for up to 4 passengers
- Expert bilingual guide
- Panga boat and life jackets
- Lunch & soft drinks
What do you need to know before you book
COVID-19 protocols are implemented to ensure the safety of all our guests
What to bring
- Sunscreen, sunglasses and hat
- Light sweater