• Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
From USD $ 85.00 View price calendar

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When in Cabo San Lucas, don’t miss the chance to see humpback whales and other dramatic marine life on this 2.5-hour boat tour. Accompanied by a marine biologist onboard, you’ll be amazed to see whales making gigantic splashes. Snap shots of the iconic Land’s End (El Arco) and its sea lion colony. This small-group tour is limited to 10 passengers, ensuring personalized attention. Upgrade to enjoy a private tour for up to eight people.

Highlights

  • 2.5-hour whale-watching tour from Cabo San Lucas
  • See Land’s End (El Arco) and its sea lion colony
  • Observe humpbacks in their natural habitat
  • Learn about the wildlife from an onboard marine biologist
  • Choose from several departure times
  • Upgrade to enjoy a private boat tour for up to eight people

What You Can Expect

Humpback Whale Watching in Cabo San Lucas

Great Tour for the whole Family!

Customer Reviews

Maria L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2018

It was a wonderful experience. Our family enjoyed watching the whales from a safe distance that did not interfere with them

Bzjhs

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Wonderful experience! David our tour guide was excellent! He was as excited as the passengers to see all the whales! Highly recommend! Dress warm as it gets cool out there especially on the way home!

Thomas M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Our guide, Daniel, was so knowledgeable about whales and the whole environment of Cabo. He and the driver found several groups of whales so we could see them in various areas. It was one of the highlights of our trip.

deede.ingram

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

This adventure was all it was advertised and more. David was our guide and we learned a lot from him and with the aid of the captain aw lots of whales. Also they were very accommodating to us. A special thanks to Philip for allowing us to change our date due to an illness. I highly recommend this company.

cherylan B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Highly recommended. Marine biologists very knowledgeable. Loved it

Dana M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

It was great to be on a smaller boat of 8 tourists and marallia. She’s a trained marine biologist and so we had an inside track and information about the whales. We got close to de real pairs and it was fascinating. She takes many photos and encouraged us to track the whales on happywhales. !

Annie B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

The tour was well worth it. We had knowledgeable guides and we saw a huge amount of whale activity.

Bethany C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2017

Best tour I have ever taken. My family and I took this tour and didn't know what we were in for. The guides were exceptional and had a wealth of knowledge. We saw so much whale activity that even the guides were surprised. I have been on whale watching tours before but this one was by FAR the best. We saw whales breaching, tail and fin slapping, spouting and just overall playing. It may be that we just were at the right place at the right time, but it was something that I still talk about to this day and will always remember.

Gina G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2017

Our marine biologist was great. Very knowledgable, spoke great english, and was extremely helpful. We booked a private boat for 5 people. It was perfect. Saw lots of action around 3:00pm. Would definitely book this company again.

Susan P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2017

This was phenomenal. If you go whale watching, do it with this group. This boat is headed by one or more marine biologists who have utter respect for the animals they are studying and the knowledge to explain all that we should know to observe and enjoy these majestic creatures. They take their boat from the marina and up close to Land's End and show us the beautiful rock formations and sea lions, then on to the Pacific Ocean. We saw over a dozen whales, and our biologist had the trained eye to forewarn us so we could get our cameras ready. She also told us that other boats had no business being there they don't have the flag of approval to observe the whales. She had our captain leave the area full of boats where we spotted a mother whale and her baby, because she feared we were causing the mom whale too much stress. This is the way it should be. Big high fives for the marine biologists who make whale watching a non-intrusive event for both the humans and the sea creatures!

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