Watching these awe-inspiring creatures is a sight not to be missed. During the tour, you might be a spectator to a number of behaviors. This is the first indication of the proximity of whales. Another whale behavior is breaching: when the whale leaps out of the water and falls back with a splash. Whales are constantly moving and can remain underwater from two to five minutes, meaning you have to keep your eyes open and anticipate their direction so you will be ready for the next breach and sprout.
Your guides will also be able to tell you where to look as they have become experts in reading whale behavior. While on the tour, you might also see the whales showing their flukes, and hear them sounding their whale song. The most exciting and thrilling behavior is spy-hopping: the whale pushes itself up to the surface of the water until it can see his surroundings. The curious creature comes face-to-face with its observers as you look at it. Although the gray whale is the most popular species, Los Cabos whale watching tours are rich because there might be the chance of seeing an even greater variety of animals.
The tour is also available in Vallarta. Dolphin Discovery takes you on this exciting whale watching tour in Los Cabos and Vallarta on a small boat, zodiac, giving us the ability to move in closer and faster to get an eye-to-eye close up with these stunning and beautiful animals. Dolphin Discovery Los Cabos is open for business! This Project is the tenth dolphinarium from the Dolphin Discovery Group, designed in a natural environment in the waters of the Sea of Cortez in Puerto Los Cabos, surrounded by lush greenery and soaring palm trees, a striking contrast to the cactus and nopales of the region.
The facility has the capacity to receive up to visitors per day, welcoming guests looking to live the extraordinary experience of swimming with dolphins in the most beautiful dolphinarium in the Mexican Pacific. Dolphin Discovery Los Cabos is now welcoming new friends and sharing the experience of a lifetime in this prestigious destination.
With three interactive dolphin swimming programs , we have something for everyone. The Dolphin Encounter program is ideal for families with young children and the Dolphin Royal Swim is perfect for those looking for an adventure in adrenaline. For more photos of our beautiful new location, visit Dolphin Discovery Los Cabos.
Despite being hunted for thousands of years until they were protected in the s, the current population of California sea lions is considered healthy. Patients range from elephant and harbour seals, sea otters, sea lions, sea turtles, harbour porpoises, false killer whales, dolphins and other cetaceans including killer whales. In the past 12 months, marine mammals have been admitted to the Rescue Centre for treatment. The Rescue Centre rescues stranded marine mammals and rehabilitates them for release back into their natural habitat.
Donate to the Rescue Centre at www. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Best attendance yet at Nature Walk. Most people just happy to be off the boat.
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Beautiful flowers…agave, coralvine, mistletoe, mimosa, Krameria, cardon, desert lavender, morning glory, passionflower, indigo bush, weird wild cucumber with fat root. Also saw velvet ant, side-blotched, antelope ground squirrel, pack rat nests, ringtailed cat tracks, desert spiny lizard, queen butterfly, ermine moth.
Fantastic birds too…gnatcatchers, mockingbirds, desert sparrows, costa hummerbird displaying, gila and ladder-backed woodpeckers… Some of us went snorkeling, good visibility and alot of fish. Then moved north during lunch to Los Isolotes at the north end of Isla Partida. Jerry and Nancy stay in water the entire time!!!!! Sea lion with gill net…bummer. Moved down to Ensenada Grande for great hike up canyon and dinner. Canyon wrens singing, great horned owls, ficus, weird volcanic formations.
Evening program on Isla Carmen and wildflowers that we have been seeing. Decide to make long run up to Carmen this evening to get the seas over with……but seas have calmed down and as we head north we get bowriding dolphins in bioluminscese. Calm seas all night!derivid.route1.com/algo-ms-que-trabajo-el.php
Lucky us. Arrived Bahia Salinas, Isla Carmen at Rain, amazing.. Oldest salt works in the new world. Cat, dog, fisherman, and salt in old volcanic caldera. We go to church and pass by the school.
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Off island at and then out for some whale watching. Not supposed to do that. Great looks at them.
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Kevin sights a group of Killer whales but soon they turn into short-finned pilot whales, and then into long-finned pilot whales, and then into false killer whales, then into pygmy killer whales watch for white lips finally the chameleons become bottlenose dolphins. Whoops our mistake. Lucky I am not one of those insecure naturalist types. Around noon we see 2 humpback whales. Can see the remoras and penellas parasitic copepods on their flukes. At a large group of common dolphins came to bowride, surfer boys. Rounded Carmen and went in canal east of Isla Danzante and then headed right toward the distant burning dump of Loreto.
Sighted Blue Whales!!!!! Spent the rest of the afternoon watching them, including one that rolled right near the boat. There were also some fins and a Sei whale. Went ashore on west side of Carmen for brief hike through the wash. A glorious sunset. Afterwards we gathered some marine invertebrates and looked at them through my little microscope- crab larvae, comb jellies, weird worms.
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On beach by Sunny and blue Baja kind of day. Full of singing birds. Great barrel cactus and cardon. The wash was full of flowers including numerous lupines. Hindu Bonnie goes swimming in her clothes again. Some of us went snorkeling through the rocks, great light, lotsa fish. Jannette goes snorkeling! After lunch we decided to head over to Isla Santa Cruz for a visit to a new island. Cruising along Santa Cruz we see at Byrdes type whale at Arrive at SW end for shore party and some snorkeling. Horned lizard, jasmine, mala mujer bad women. Whales in the distance.
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Evening program: seabird adaptations and Isla San Jose. Susannah asleep.
After slide show we go out on the darkened deck and learn a few stars. Left Santa Cruz at 4 arrived Pt. Colorado, Isla San Jose at Went ashore just south of lighthouse. So pretty. Great hike up canyon and scrambling over hills. Caught desert spiny lizard on dental floss, skeptics convinced. Lotsa fast Zebra-tailed lizards. Hang out at beach. Beauty of this Pliocene marine deposits is striking. Back on boat at Start heading south when we see a very big group shoal of common dolphins. Estimated at Kodak and Fuji stock goes up. At lunch brief talk on Oceanic Society and Norway whaling problem, please do your part.
At we arrive at west side of mangroves. Head out in skiffs against strong current into mangroves. Not too many birds, a few no-see-ums and one great sea slug.
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