Our primary focus will be snorkeling with mako and blue sharks, there is also a chance to look for whales and other pelagic species. This area is known to have different shark species throughout the year. We will chum the water in order to bring in pelagic shark species.
The Southern Baja Peninsula is becoming a top destination to encounter mako and blue sharks.This pelagic shark species are known to travel long distances. With the colder water currents during winter and early spring, they chase their prey such as tuna in the Pacific waters off Cabo.
During winter and early spring gray whales make their way down south to mexican waters. Although they are protected by law, it is possible to watch them from a boat, where local operators who follow rules will get you as close as possible. Often times, enough to be touched by the whales.
In small groups we will spend the morning whale watching from a panga of one of the local operators. This is a fantastic opportunity for topside photography.
Surface temperature: average 85 - 80 °F/ 29 - 26 °C
Water temperature: average 83° F/ 28° C
Visibility: ranging from 50 - 100 ft/ 15 - 30 mts
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