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Whale watching calendar for Cabo

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As we begin to approach high season in Cabo all sorts of interesting things start happening.

 

Perhaps one of the most exciting things is the official dates for this season’s whale watching.

 

Whales can be seen all around the middle peninsula of Baja California Sur. The first official day of the  season is December 15. But it starts in different days in different places. So, if you are planning a trip with whale watching in mind here are some dates for your diary:

 

1. December 15 – to April 15, 2017 -  whales will be visiting  the area of Protection of Flora and Fauna in Cabo San Lucas, in the National Park Cabo Pulmo, in Los Frailes, Cabo Pulmo and San Jose del Cabo,

 

2. December 15 - to April 30 2017  - whales can be observed in the Reserve Vizcaino Biosphere, Laguna Ojo de Liebre, Laguna San Ignacio and Punta Eugenia , in the municipality of Mulege.


3. 1 January to 30 May 2017  - will be the period for sightings in the National Park in Loreto Bay.

 

4. 1 January to 30 April 2017  - whales can be seen in Port Adolfo Lopez Mateos and Puerto San Carlos de Magdalena Bay , Bahia Santa Maria and Magdalena Island in the municipality of Comondu. Plus  Puerto Chale, in Magdalena Bay, the municipality La Paz.

 

Plenty of choices to fit in with your schedule.

 

But please note – SEMARNAT (Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources) advises that these dates may be subject to slight changes depending on a) when the whales actually arrive and b) any actions that need to be taken to protect them while here


We 've got lots more info on whale watching  and tour operators.

And loads more pics and blogs  on whales in Cabo (just see below). 


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