Dive into the Depths of the Ocean and Swim with Whales, Sharks and Other Wonderful Species
Let Pelagic Life take you on this safari in the ocean of Magdalena Bay in Baja California Sur, where your senses will encounter incredible marine species... more less
Immerse yourself in the paradise of the Mexican Pacific of Magdalena Bay and enjoy, from a deeper perspective, the majestic landscapes, mountains, and sand dunes that surround the beautiful bay, right where gray whales give birth every year . IfOnly and Pelagic Life invite you to this ocean safari; It is a three-day adventure where you will look for any marine life activity on the surface such as sharks, dolphins, turtles, whales (gray, humpback, blue, pilot), among others. The days are long but worth it: leave the pier early in the morning to reach the priming point and try to attract bait sharks. The process can take from half an hour to 4 hours (or even more) but the reward of waiting is worth it: swimming with the help of your snorkel with a free shark or some other pelagic animal in open water is very rewarding. In the open sea, you will look for blue sharks, makos, silkies and hammers; but if you keep your eyes open, you will probably see lobes, turtles, humpback whales, and even killer whales. With this adventure in the great blue you can expect many surprises.
- The experience takes place in the season from April to August and has a duration of three (3) days.
- Groups limited to 5 people.
- The cost total for the group of 5 people is $ 104,000 MXN. For more details, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The reservation must be made one month in advance.
- Diving certification is not required.
- Price per person includes: snorkeling equipment, boat, divemaster, lodging, meals and local transportation.
- Does not include: Airline tickets or tips.
- Experience provided in Spanish (LAC)
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- Will be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date and time, based on luminary’s availability
- This experience is non-refundable after scheduling is complete
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