banner

Majestic Whale Encounter & Coastal Wonders 3D/2N

Set out on an enchanting 3-day sojourn in the delightful city of La Paz, on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula.

This journey is specially crafted to provide you with an opportunity to witness the grandeur of grey whales in their natural sanctuary, while also relishing the charm and serene beaches of La Paz.

Tour Highlights

  • Whale watching tour for an up-close encounter with grey whales.
  • Comfortable two-night stay in La Paz with breath-taking ocean views.
  • Savour the included meals, rich in local gastronomy and fresh ingredients.
Price from

$900.00

Check availability

Tour Information

Inclusions:

  • - 2 nights accommodation in La Paz with breakfast included each morning.
  • - Transport included
  • - 2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch
  • - The accompaniment of a guide throughout the wales tour
  • - Handy extras and accessories

Departures:

Contact our sales team for the latest dates.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in La Paz

Upon landing in La Paz, you’ll be greeted and whisked away to your hotel, where the beauty of the city awaits you.

The first day is free for leisure; unwind under the warm Baja sun, take in the coastal views, and soak up the local ambiance before retiring for the night in La Paz.

Day 2: Whale Watching Expedition

Your second day will start with an early pickup from your hotel, after which you’ll be driven through diverse landscapes to Bahia Magdalena, the playground of the grey whale.

Expect a soul-stirring two-hour whale watching tour that gets you up close to these majestic marine beings. Your lunch will be served in a picturesque local restaurant, reminiscing the experience amongst the whales.

We’ll then return to La Paz, where you can spend the remainder of your evening at your leisure.

Departure

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, savouring the last moments of your stay.

A smooth transfer to the airport signals the end of your La Paz experience, but the memories of this tranquil escape will linger long after you’ve left its shores.