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Whale Season Arrives in Mexico

whale_watchingEver wanted to see whales up close? Now is the time to do just that with the Pacific Gray Whales making their annual migration in Mexico.

Limited spots are still available for the Baja Multisport: Gray Whales, Hiking and Sea Kayaking, departing on February 07, 2014, which offers the opportunity for close-up encounters with the Pacific Gray Whales.

This off-the-beaten path journey visits the coastlines of Baja California and is ideal for active travelers wanting to experience Baja’s world famous biodiversity and landsapes through a multitude of outdoor adventure activities.

Baja Multisport is a seven-day itinerary leaving February 07, 2013 with prices starting at $2,398USD per person.

Every year whales make their annual migration to Magdelena Bay. It’s a round trip of some 12,400 miles making it the longest migration by any mammal.

These amazing Gray Whale nursing grounds are protected by strict Mexican environmental and ecological legislation. We are careful to observe these regulations by exclusively working with licensed cooperatives that have trained boat drivers. This in turn helps support local fishermen and their families.

For more information, visit www.journeymexico.com/itinerary/baja-multisport-gray-whales-hiking-and-sea-kayaking