whale breaching

Go on a whale-watching photo safari

When Jerry Mack first saw a whale breach, it made an indelible impression and at once he knew: “That’s my world.” He went on to study whales and has made it his life’s work to help others connect with these majestic creatures.

  • Duration: 2 hours off property

When Jerry Mack first saw a whale breach, it made an indelible impression and at once he knew: “That’s my world.” He went on to study whales and has made it his life’s work to help others connect with these majestic creatures.

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The Experience

We’re going whale watching, so pack your camera and binoculars for an exhilarating adventure. Our groups are the smallest in Cabo, with as few as six people per boat and a dedicated marine biologist. We’re respectful of the whales while still getting close enough that you’ll feel the splash as their tails slap the water and capture vivid action shots. Keep your eyes peeled, and you may even spot dolphins and sea lions. Cabo is one of the world’s best places to do so, as humpback and gray whales make the annual 10,000-mile journey from Alaska to mate and give birth in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez.

I’ve experienced many beauties, but whale watching was one of the most memorable ones. Incredibly mesmerizing. Jorge Varela Staff

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