See the magnificent California Gray Whale on its annual journey from the Arctic to the warmer waters and shallow lagoons of California's Baja Coast, where females give birth to calves. You'll be close enough to see the whales spout - and you'll learn how to tell how long a whale will dive for by watching its spout.
Follow the migration of the California Gray Whale!
Exciting and educational whale watching cruises aboard a yacht. View the whales up close enough to see and hear them spout! Seeing a California Gray Whale is an exhilarating experience! Between December and April the Gray whale travels approximately 6,000 miles from the cold waters of the Arctic to the warmer waters of the Baja Coast. Here they give birth to their young and prepare them for the long trek back. On the return trip the young calves can frequently be seen swimming at their mother's side.
Whale Watching Tip:
Count the number of times a whale spouts and you will know about how long he will dive. Three spouts means three minutes submerged, two spouts means two minutes etc.
This product is seasonal and operates only from December through to April
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