Baja Penninsula & Gray Whales, Mexico, 2016 travel blog

Baja Penninsula & Gray Whales, Mexico, 2016

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Seeing Gray Whales and their babies in their natural habitat, AND being able to be so close to touch them is an experience of a lifetime. In Magdalena Bay, we ventured out in landing zodiacs among these magnificent whales. The Baja Peninsula is a geological and natural wonder and birding sanctuary as well. Blue-footed boobies, cormorants, pelicans, egrets and magnificent frigatebirds, with some in breeding plumage, all living in this wonderful birding estuary. We snorkeled among sea lions, and joined naturalists on beautiful hikes amid barrel cacti and sculpted sand dunes, seeing a variety of desert fauna and flora. To cap it off, we witnessed one the most spectacular sunsets on an evening beach BBQ. What a fantastic experience! Thank you Lindblad and National Geographic!

Order: oldest at top ( reverse )

 
 
 
La Paz to San Carlos
 
 
 
Bahia Magdalena & Canal...
 
 
 
San Jose del Cabo &...
 
 
 
Ensenada Grande & Half...
 
 
 
Los Islotes & Isla...
 
 
 
La Paz
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