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Author Geary Ritchie gets his first hand up-close with a 40' gray whale.

A first hand story from one of our Insider readers about his first close-up encounter with a Gray Whale. There are many places to whale watch, and even a variety of whales to be looking for, but Scammon's Bay and Laguna San Ignacio are particularly famous for their friendly whale encounters.

Cork making process

The increasingly famous Wine Route or Ruta del Vino as it is known is located in the Valle del Guadalupe on highway 3, between the cities of Tecate and Ensenada in Baja California

Whale sharks are the ocean's largest fish and frequent a number of locations in the Sea of Cortez

From early winter until late spring the whale sharks can be found feeding in the rich waters of the Sea of Cortez and in the Bay of La Paz in Baja California Sur. Whale Watching Season comes to a close April 30 - Don't miss out

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Anchored on the tranquil Sea of Cortez at sunset

The Sea of Cortez is certainly my main attraction to living in Baja California Sur. And no time of year is better for recreation on the Sea than mid-October to late November. The summer heat...

One of the friendly Gray Whales of Baja close enough to touch (Ritchie)

Gray whale watching season begins in early December and moves along the Pacific coast of the Baja peninsula and ends in early April as the whale return north.

Swimming with Sea Lions at Los Islotes, north of La Paz

The Sea Lion Encounters in the Bay of La Paz are on again and one of the most popular activities in the region. Snorkeling and scuba diving at Los Islotes, El Refugio and Roca Lobos in the Bay of...

Whale watching from la Paz can be the adventure of a lifetime.

 During December through April, the Pacific Ocean and the ...

Semana Santa in Mexico
 Semana Santa 2020 officially begins Sunday, April 5th and runs through Saturday, April 11, 2020. Pasqua (Easter)...


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