Baja whale watching, birding and botany eco-tours
Gray whale watching
Join us on our 5-day whale watching trips
to Laguna San Ignacio in Baja California Sur, Mexico to see the friendly gray whales up close in their winter mating and calving grounds. We invite you to join us at our eco-friendly and comfortable “safari-style” tent camp on Punta Piedra (Rocky Point), the VERY best location
for whale watching
2015 whale watching trip dates available! Call for further information and booking.
Our 5-day (4 nights) Baja whale watching trips depart from San Diego and travel to the lagoon by private air charter where activities include whale watching, bird watching, exploring the desert, beaches, tide pools and mangrove wetlands, and enjoying comfortable camp life. Our low-impact safari-style tent camp, accessible only by boat, is situated on a low bluff overlooking the lagoon and offers incredible opportunities for viewing the whales 24 hours a day, even hearing them breathing at night as you are star gazing or relaxing in your tent.
Natural history tours and treks – birding, botany, cave paintings
Join us on our natural history adventures
that include: riding mule-back to visit mysterious cave paintings in the Grand Mural region of the Sierra de San Francisco; hiking Baja California's beautiful deserts, beaches and mountains; and exploring pristine islands, and observing whales, dolphins, whale sharks and sea lions in the legendary Sea of Cortez. We are pleased to also provide special interest trips with a focus on birding and botany led by professional biologists and botanists. Join us for an experience you'll never forget.
Let us introduce you to the very best Baja has to offer from the desert’s vast cactus forests to the abundant wildlife in the Sea of Cortez. Explore old missions, islands, bays, beaches... meet Baja's gracious people... photograph the Sonoran Deserts unique cacti and wildflowers. Make friends with 40-ton gentle giants, the gray whales
, at our whale watching camp at San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja California Sur. Photograph birds in the nearby mangroves. Savor your own sunrise... on your own beach... with nobody around for miles.
Baja Discovery, a leader in ecotourism since 1991, provides comfortable, easy-going, and educational tours. Our groups are small and led by naturalist guides who understand and respect the ecosystems of the Baja peninsula. They will ensure you get the most from your experiences as you travel through the Baja peninsula. All of us at Baja Discovery
have a personal commitment to providing you with the finest service.
We invite you to join us!
Toll free in USA and Canada: 800-829-2252; and +1 619-328-9678; firstname.lastname@example.org
Baja Discovery, Inc., P.O. Box 152527, San Diego, CA 92195 USA
Registered Seller of Travel No. 2111632-40 California