Marine Megafauna Safari Tour

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  • Well-organized, comfortable and active camping-trip vacations.
  • Reconnect with Nature and feel your whole self unwind.
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  • Amazing, fully-catered meals.
  • Awesome naturalist and Wilderness-First Responder guides.
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Let’s go on safari!! Baja’s amazing marine megafauna awaits.
"The world's greatest aquarium"
Jacques Cousteau

The bay of La Paz is a biodiversity hotspot, home to an incredible array of marine megafauna, including many species of whales, dolphins, sharks, rays and sea turtles. The geology of the region results in tidal mixing and upwelling during Spring and early Summer, making it a highly productive area and a hub for many migratory and non-migratory species. Come celebrate all this life around Espíritu Santo Island, have lunch on turquoise-clear waters, and let’s see what we can find!

Our rendezvous is in La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, from where we’ll head out into the Bay surrounding Espíritu Santo Island. Once there, you’ll find yourself in “the world’s greatest aquarium” to quote Jacques Cousteau. Our days are structured around a Bottlenose dolphin research project, which is the perfect excuse to get out in the bay and look for all the life teeming at this time of year. Mobulas leap out of the water in huge aggregations and we may encounter pods of dolphins and other huge whales. The waters are cool, the days are sunny and the wildlife in this area is abundant. 

Ready for a true adventure? We never know what the day will bring, so join the fun and let’s see what we see. Eco Migrations will be thrilled to live this amazing experience with you. Thank you!

available in Spring & Summer

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Trip duration: 9 hours

Meeting time & place

Meeting time: 8:00 am

Eco Migrations Headquarters
Paseo Alvaro Obregón 774
La Paz, B.C.S.
23000, México
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  • Snorkel kit, including full wetsuit
  • Drinks
  • Lunch
  • Bilingual guide.

Does not include

  • Transportation to and from our office in La Paz.
  • Gratuities (10-15% cash recommended).

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Bridgett L

Family Traveller

“JJ and his girlfriend, Erin, took me on an unforgettable tour. Hoping to have an amazing experience I really wanted to get some photos but I didn’t have an underwater camera. Emer, the gal that works with JJ, loaned me her very nice underwater camera for the trip. Not only did I have a once-in-a-lifetime experience, I have the photos to remember it all. I was able to snorkel up close to juvenile whale sharks. After swimming for a while with the whale sharks, our boat driver, Rafael, took us out to a beautiful private isla for lunch. It was very remote and seemed like something out of a movie. We were served delicious, healthy food, cooked by our own personal chef right on the isla. After our delicious lunch, we continued by boat to the sea lion rookery at Los Islotes. But before we arrived we came upon a very large pod of oceanic bottle nose dolphins, and they were very playful. At Los Islotes, I snorkeled with playful sea lions and tons of beautiful tropical fish. As if it couldn’t get any better, on the way back we spotted a whale in the distance. Truly the best tour I’ve ever taken.
The equipment provided was top notch and the company of JJ & Erin was the icing on the cake.”

March 12, 2019