Whale Watching Cabo San Lucas

Whale Watching Cabo San LucasEvery year Humpback and Gray Whales migrate to the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez in Baja California SUR to mate and have babies. Whale watching in Cabo San Lucas is the best mid-December to mid-April as your prime opportunity to see great whales breach and play. What's better? This safe experience is a simple 15-minute ride from the Cabo San Lucas marina.

During a day or sunset tour, you will not only experience the beautiful whales but also encounter dolphins, sea lions and turtles, many different sea birds and other marine animals. Pure Cabo offers small intimate, group and private whale watching adventures. You get to experience all of these wonderful creatures in their natural habitat.

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Whale watching in Cabo has been a popular experience ever since the organized watching was orchestrated an event in San Diego in 1950. Each tour is guided by an English-speaking guide that narrates the journey, no matter if your visit is serving scientific and/or educational purposes. In 2007, the Humane Society International sponsored a series of workshops to introduce whale watching to coastal communities and produced a blueprint for high quality, sustainable whale watching. Our tour operators follow strict, ecological guidelines that include minimizing noise, strict turns, creating a wake, not pursue, encircle or come in between whales and remain a safe distance to not interrupt their migration and play. All this while creating an enjoyable and safe experience for your group. Children and adults of all ages will enjoy this experience!

Once booked our staff will contact you by phone or email and provide instructions for your tour. They depart on a scheduled basis from the marina in Cabo San Lucas.

We also have many other yacht charter tours and sunset cruises that can also be scheduled as whale watching as well. Contact us - we're here to help!


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