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Whale Watching in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

1 Day • €88.58 per person

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    Pelagic Safari

    We take you away from the boat crowds but close to shore and let you take your time to enjoy mothers and calves breaching on the surface as the Pelagic Safari is specialized in short expeditions focused on humpback whales. During the safari, you also encounter dolphins, sea turtles, huge schools of Mobula rays, sharks, and everything else we may find along the way.

    Pelagic Safari can offer you a fantastic day out on the waters of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico to see the amazing humpback whales in their natural environment. Both Morning and Sunset Safaris depart from Marina Fundadores, Cabo San Lucas daily and guarantee whale sightings. The crew can'€™t wait to share their knowledge and passion with you on board and to ensure that you'll have a memorable experience!

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