Magdalena Bay Gray Whale Nursery Flight Tours from Cabo San Lucas
We are not currently accepting reservations for the Magdalena Bay Whale Watching Flight Tour. Our typical provider is not able to guarantee the service to our guests for the coming season. We are looking for other options for our guests at this time. Please contact us if we can answer any questions.
Magdalena Bay Whale watching tours are a very special experience unique to the Baja, Mexico. A short flight north of Cabo San Lucas to Magdalena Bay is where we encounter the Mother and Baby Gray Whales in their protected nursery waters. This is a Whale watching adventure you can only have in the Baja, Mexico. At 2-3 hours of Whale watching time in Magdalena Bay, Whale Watch Cabo is pleased to offer the Gray Whale watching flight tour from Cabo San Lucas with: groups of no more than 13 guests, roundtrip resort transportation in Los Cabos, flight, whale watching and a seafood lunch in a local restaurant.
The Magdalena Bay Gray Whale watching season runs from January 15th to late March every year. We offer daily Magdalena Bay Whale watching flight tours with resort pick up between 7-8am and returning between 4-5pm. This tour has a 100% sightings success rate over the last 6 years!
Restrictions: guests that have had recent surgery or injury. Guests that are pregnant. The Magdalena Bay Gray Whale watching flight tour is suitable for guests age 6 years and up. We offer private Magdalena Bay Whale watching tours as well – contact us.
Magdalena Bay Whale Watching Tour Itinerary
Your Magdalena Bay Whale watching flight tour itinerary starts with pick up at your Los Cabos resort between 7am and 7:45am with a short trip to the Cabo San Lucas airport. The flight to Magdalena Bay is approximately 1hr 20 minutes with panoramic vistas of the Baja along the way. Once in Lopez Mateos you will board tour the Whale watching boat and depart for 2-3 hours of Gray Whale watching! On the tour you can expect to see adult Gray Whales, Mother and Baby Gray Whale pairs, Bottlenose Dolphins, and many species of Marine Birds – even coyotes are often seen prowling the shores! Depending on where the best sightings are being reported the boats either head south into Magdalena Bay or north deeper into the lagoons.
Before flying back to Cabo San Lucas you will stop for lunch at a local restaurant in Lopez Mateos. Once back in Cabo, our transport returns you to your Los Cabos resort.
What to expect on the tour
- No more than 13 guests
- Naturalist Guide – Sharing their observations
- Snacks and drinks throughout the day
- Lunch in a restaurant in Lopez Mateos
What to bring
Your own camera, snacks, drinks (no alcohol), sunscreen, hats, light jacket, a sense of adventure and a smile!
Be Whale Aware
Please understand that when we view the whales and dolphins in their natural environment we are guests in their home and so we must follow a strict set of viewing guidelines in order to respect their natural life processes. Yes the whales do sometimes get close due to their inquisitive behavior, but we are dealing with wild animals so we cannot guarantee behaviors, only that we will be able to enjoy the beauty the whales and dolphins choose to share with us