Los Cabos is one of the best whale-watching locations in the world, as more than five whale species travel these waters on their yearly migration from the Bering Sea. Their round-trip, spanning 5,000 to 6,000 miles (8,047 to 9,656 kilometers), is the longest annual migration by any mammal.
Make your way to the boarding dock in Cabo San Lucas for your 2.5-hour whale-watching tour. Your crew points out whales along the way, sometimes accompanied by pods of dolphins. Humpbacks and gray whales are among the whale species you are likely to see.
During your journey, enjoy lovely views of Lover’s Beach, a sea lion colony, and the famous El Arco. Take in the marine wildlife and beautiful landscapes as you enjoy lunch or dinner onboard, along with drinks from an open bar.