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Friday, July 25, 2014

Whale Watching In Cabo San Lucas

Have you ever imagined that you could approach the world's largest mammal and feel it? Yes, maybe only in Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos Mexico. Plan to visit Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos Mexico between December and March as this is the best time to see the great and greatest mammals - the whales in action. Large gray whales hang around with their calves, this is one of the most spectacular views in Cabo San Lucas. Every winter gray, blue and humped whales migrate 6000 miles from Alaska to the warm and shallow waters of Baja California to mate and bear their children. There are 11 species of whales found around the world, eight businesses for water from Los Cabos, including minke, bryde, fin, sei, humpback, gray and blue. Seeing extraordinary creatures, which can grow up to 100 feet in length and reach 120 tons of weight.

Here you will have plenty of meetings with 50 feet of gray and blue whales that will approach the boats and show off their tricks. From coming to inhale and spouting to signify their presence to the full body implosion whereby the whale rockets come out of the water, a close encounter with these animals is something that everyone needs to experience. You can even touch them as they approach your ship. The whale is very calm and gentle. Baja California is the perfect vacation destination for whale lovers; It is home to two world heritage sites that protect the whales and the surrounding environment. This makes it a perfect breeding ground for beautiful mammals and a better whale watching destination for a vacation.

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