An Amazing Comeback of the Greatest Whale on the Planet

by Gray Whale Gray Whale Watching in Baja
Grey whales were once hunted to the edge of annihilation, but now the California grey whales are burgeoning. Gawk the most awaited comeback of the grey whales, as well as other species of whales, in the tepid waters of the Baja Peninsula. Grab the chance to experience Mexico whale watching in the pristine waters, find a lot of whales and spend less time commuting. Mexico’s Baja California is an ultimate spot for whale watching. A variety of species of whales travel to the waters of Baja’s Pacific coast and the lagoon’s of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, amid their migration and mating. During winter and summer, whale watchers can hire, tour operators who specialize in whale tracking movements. Since, these tour operators are experienced, they dive close to the coasts, but, the Baja whales can be easily spotted from the beaches. 

One of the important facts about the grey whales is they were almost chased to extinction, they were also known as “devil fish” for their savagery with which they protected their young against nineteenth century whalers. Once these endangered species have now fought its way back from the brink of extinction. Today, these grey’s have made a massive comeback and are thousands in their numbers and are far more friendly, engaging, frequently letting mystified humans to pat them.
Along the peninsula’s east coast, the sea of Cortez is a shelter for some twenty whale and dolphin species. For those, looking out for blue whales, breeding humpbacks and whale sharks, Bahia de Los Angeles is a popular place for naturalists. You can book for whale watching in Baja Mexico through boat trips, or you can simply watch passing whales from your harbor. 

Without a doubt, the best way to see whales at a closer range is to take a whale watching tour. If you see one of the whales spouting, it will probably do it again in the direction it is moving. They usually travel about 5 miles in an hour, and the usual diving cycle of the grey whales is between three to five blows, followed by their swimming from three to six minutes, frequently twisting their tails shortly before diving. 

If you are a whale watching enthusiast, then you should consider Mexico whales watching trip. Also, when you opt for the whale watching trip on the water, you have the chance to witness these gentle, harmonious creatures of the sea so close and can click wonderful pictures of these marine mammals. 


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