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Baja California

We found 10 trips matching your criteria.

Wild Baja Escape: The Whales of Magdalena Bay

Spend several extraordinary days in the company of majestic gray whales in Mexico’s Bahía Magdalena, one of the best places in the world to witness interactions between gray whale mothers and their curious calves.

  • National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Expedition Ship
  • 62 Capacity
  • 6 Days
  • 2021 View Departure>
    • 2021
    • Jan 14 Thu
    • Jan 19 Tue
    • Feb 3 Wed
    • Feb 8 Mon
    • Feb 13 Sat
    • Feb 18 Thu
    • Feb 28 Sun
    • Mar 5 Fri
    • Mar 10 Wed
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  • $3,740
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Baja – Mexico's Sea of Cortez

Follow Steinbeck’s path into the protected waters of the Sea of Cortez where active adventure and a menagerie of wildlife await you!

  • Safari Endeavour
  • Expedition Ship
  • 88 Capacity
  • 8 Days
  • 2020, 2021 View Departure>
    • 2020
    • Dec 19 Sat
    • Dec 26 Sat
    • 2021
    • Jan 2 Sat
    • Jan 9 Sat
    • Jan 16 Sat
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    • Jan 30 Sat
    • Feb 6 Sat
    • Feb 13 Sat
    • Feb 20 Sat
    • Feb 27 Sat
    • Mar 6 Sat
    • Mar 13 Sat
    • Mar 20 Sat
    • Mar 27 Sat
    • Apr 3 Sat
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Baja California: Among the Great Whales

Benefit from 30+ years of experience with this operator and its relationships in Baja California to see all you came for and more.

  • National Geographic Venture
  • Expedition Ship
  • 100 Capacity
  • 8 Days
  • 2021 View Departure>
    • 2021
    • Jan 9 Sat
    • Jan 16 Sat
    • Jan 23 Sat
    • Jan 30 Sat
    • Feb 6 Sat
    • Feb 13 Sat
    • Feb 20 Sat
    • Feb 27 Sat
    • Mar 6 Sat
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Baja: The Sea of Cortez

Discover a veritable Eden which has rightly earned the region a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Playful sea lions, dolphins, tortoises, dozens of different species of fish: the teeming wildlife is quite simply fascinating.

Baja: The Sea of Cortez

Discover a veritable Eden which has rightly earned the region a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Playful sea lions, dolphins, tortoises, dozens of different species of fish: the teeming wildlife is quite simply fascinating.