Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more


Spot gray whales and other marine life on this 2-hour whale watching cruise from Cabo San Lucas. Sail past the dramatic El Arco (The Arch) rock formation and a colony of sea lions as you enjoy a delicious Mexican breakfast of spicy eggs and aromatic coffee. Keep an eye out for dolphins, manta rays, and gray whales once you arrive at the Sea of Cortez. A marine biologist will accompany you on board to provide commentary on these impressive creatures.
  • 2-hour whale watching cruise from Cabo San Lucas
  • Watch for gray whales in the Sea of Cortez
  • See El Arco, Lovers Beach, and Pelican Rock
  • Enjoy a hearty Mexican buffet breakfast
  • Sip on mimosas and other beverages from the open bar
  • Listen to commentary from a marine biologist guide
Depart from Cabo San Lucas Marina on your double-decker catamaran. Help yourself to a Mexican buffet breakfast, complete with waffles, toast, and scrambled eggs, or traditional fare such as chiquales (fried tortilla chips with eggs, salsa, and cheese.) 
Sip a selection of drinks from the complimentary onboard bar as your guide provides a safety briefing. Learn about the diverse and protected wildlife that inhabits the area, as well as the breeding behavior and temperaments of gray whales.
Soak up the scenery of the Cabos peninsula, passing Lovers Beach, the dramatic curve of Los Cabos Arch, and a colony of sea lions. As your boat slows at the Sea of Cortez, keep your eyes peeled for gargantuan gray whales. Whale sightings are guaranteed on this tour, so if you aren’t lucky enough to spot any, you can enjoy another whale watching cruise for absolutely free. 
At the end of two hours, your boat returns to Cabo San Lucas Marina.


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, Apr 2018

Okay experience. The boat is very crowded and it's extremely difficult to get a good view of anything with so many people on board. The breakfast they provided was quite nice, but didn't really make up for the rest of the tour. Great views from the boat and you can get good pictures of the arch, but everything about the experience just seemed rather cheesy. If I could do it again I would try to go with a smaller company or just hire a boat at the pier.

, Mar 2018

We did this on our first day at Cabo for the Sunday morning 9:00 a.m. breakfast tour. People were in a good mood, and the staff works hard to make sure your are having a good time. The breakfast is buffet style with a variety of items. The whales were active during our tour. So that we were able to take a lot of good photos. And there is a guide providing an overview and ask questions you may have during the trip.

, Mar 2018

We live in the Pacific Northwest and have been on whale cruises to see the orcas. This excursion was disappointing as the whales were spotted way far in the distance. The food was just okay.

, Apr 2017

We went on this tour for my bachelorette day. The food was great! A good mix between western and Mexican cuisine. The drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) were all included. The staff was very friendly and helpful!! We saw a few whales and one whale breach!!

, Mar 2017

We had a great time on this tour. Saw tons of whales. The open bar was certainly enjoyed!!! I would highly recommend.

, Feb 2017

Well worth the money. This whale watching cruise is enjoyable and educational and the on-board breakfast was well done. Because of the size of this craft it was very stable and suitable for guests that might be concerned about sea sickness. There was a full bar on this double decker boat selling cocktails but beers were handed out at no cost. A professional biologist provided an interesting and educational commentary in English and Spanish. Because February is the middle of the season for whale watching there were numerous sightings. A few were near the boat but most were off in the distance. Taking pictures of the sightings and getting good results is very difficult. By the time you spot, point, focus, and shoot you've missed it. Video is a better option.

, Feb 2017

A very pleasant way to spend a morning - beautiful weather, breakfast, open bar and lots of whale sightings. Crew and staff all very obliging. Food ok. All in all, well worth it.

, Jan 2017

This was a great tour and the breakfast was far better than I thought it would be. We did see the tails of whales and while going to our hotel, we saw a baby whale splashing around.

, Jan 2017

My wife and I have done several whale watching tours and this was typical of the others. We did see whales coming up for air and fluking but we did not see any breach. It was just another typical whale watching tour, but anytime you get close to these majestic mammals, it's exciting.

, Jun 2016

Flights were on time hotel was relaxing.the staff was very attentive.clean simple and would stay again the bartender's were friendly and attentive as well its a 20minute drive to Cabo and a straight shot loved being away from the busy city of Cabo but nice to do the touristy thing we rented a car.

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