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San Ignacio Lagoon

Whale Baleen

San Ignacio Lagoon Gray Whales

Season: January to April / 4 Days, 3 Nights

This is the most amazing and spectacular whale interaction with humans on the planet. The whales in this breeding and birthing lagoon will look you right in the eye and choose to swim over to your panga to be caressed, stroked, rubbed (and yes, kissed) and even roll onto their backs so that you can scratch their bellies.

San Ignacio Lagoon - Gray Whale

Ultimate San Ignacio Lagoon

Season: January to April / 7 Days, 6 Nights


Sea of Cortez

Ultimate Whale Sharks Tours

Ultimate Whale Sharks

Season: June to October / 8 Days, 7 Nights

The highlight of every trip is jumping in the water to swim and snorkel with the friendly whale sharks of Bahia de Los Angeles. On July trips, you can expect to swim with schooling mobula rays as well! 

Sea of Cortez Tours: Diving with Mobulas

Spotter Airplane Supported Mobulas & Orcas

Season: June to October / 8 Days, 7 Nights

The Sea of Cortez is a magical and wonderful place teeming with marine creatures of all sizes. Our guests encounter and interact year-round with friendly California sea lions and mega pods of bottlenose dolphins. If we are lucky, we might also encounter spinner and Risso’s dolphins. Mobula rays are present year-round and aggregate in enormous schools from March through July. Colossal fin whales, sperm whales, rays, and whale sharks are present year-round and migrate seasonally up and down the Sea of Cortez.

Blue Whales, Baja California

Baja Ultimate Whales

Season: January to March / 8 Days, 7 Nights

Meet the most majestic whales on the planet: Gray whales, humpbacks, blue whales, fin-back whales and whale sharks. Lets not forget about the huge pods of dolphins.

Imagine combining the amazing gray whale interaction at San Ignacio Lagoon into an 8 days / 7 nights adventure at sea with all these other animals of Baja and your own spotter plane to absolutely maximize your encounters.

Eco-Experience Camp
Isla Espiritu Santo

Peak Season: October – May \\ 2 Nights Minimum

This “pop-up” camp is our homage to company founder Timo Means. We set up for a maximum of 6 relaxing wonderful days and then everything gets packed up and shipped back to La Paz. Is it a glamping or luxury camp with hot and cold running water and shower and bathroom in every tent? Unfortunately no, that’s not possible in a “pop-up” tent and it’s not what Timo had in mind for Espiritu Santo.

Gallant Lady Sunset

Luxury Liveaboard Kayaking

Season: October – March / 8 Days, 7 Nights

Explore the most beautiful islands in the Sea of Cortez including Loreto and Espiritu Santo. Paddling, relaxing and adventuring during the day and then effortlessly travelling and covering miles in the evening or early morning in comfort and luxury aboard our expedition yacht or one of our small ships.

Westerly Liveaboard

Mothership Kayaking & Camping

Season: October – May \\ 2 Nights Minimum

Adventure your way. At your own pace. With luxury touches from tent and tablecloth lunch service to silver tray cold drink service by a hostie waiting on the beach for you after an afternoon of paddling. These trips are perfect for new paddlers, those worried about not having the fitness or experience and equally perfect for experienced paddlers who want to clock lots of miles.

Swim Safaris

Season: July – October / 8 Days / 7 Nights

Why a swim safari? Because of the marvelous feeling you get when you are “in the groove,” because it is addictive, and because swimming feels great. Combine that with escaping to a beach camp in a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site, or heading out for a one-week safari on a luxury liveaboard small ship, and it just does not get any better. We cater to swimmers of all ages, experience levels, and fitness with differing safaris rated green, blue, or black.

Magdalena Bay

Striped Marlin, Magdalena Bay

Marlin & Bait Balls
Mexico Sardine Run

Season: October to January / 8 Days, 7 Nights or 6 Days, 6 Nights

During October to January, a magical event happens in the nutrient rich swirling blue waters off Magdalena Bay where striped marlin gather to hunt on the second largest sardine run in the world. This thrilling underwater action is spectacular.