Gray Whales of Magdalena Bay

August 10, 2021 Diverse Language Services

Land/water based. Day trip. Early rise! Magdalena Bay is world renowned for gray whale interaction with humans. It is one of three nurseries and breeding grounds of the Pacific gray whales. During the months of Dec – Mar. the gray whales, after a 5000 mile migration south,  gather in the protected lagoons where breeding or birthing takes place.  Glimpse into the mysterious world of these amazing cetaceans.

Note: Our Gray Whale day trips are private and opened to guests booked by Panterra only. We place a maximum 6 guests + naturalist per panga not the normal 8 – 14 people. Our trips are 3 hours in length in the area of the gray whales and not the normal 2 hours.


  • authentic Mexican ranch style breakfast enroute
  • maximum 6 guests per panga
  • 3 hours of whale watching
  • Panterra naturalist
  • tides permitting, birdwatching in the mangroves.
  • delicious fresh seafood lunch after whale watching (meat or vegetarian choices)
  • group size – max. 6 guests plus naturalist
  • once in a lifetime experience

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