Tue, Mar 16 | DayTripper Tours Online Experience

Gray Whales and the Wonders of Baja California

Journey in the wake of California gray whales during their annual winter migration from the Arctic feeding grounds south to Mexican waters. Discover the spectacular sights down the Baja coast.
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Gray Whales and the Wonders of Baja California

Time & Location

Mar 16, 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM PDT
DayTripper Tours Online Experience

About the Event

Discover the spectacular sights down the Baja coast as Tour Guides Keri Belisle & Isabel Sánchez explore the path of gray whale migration. Take in the scenery en route to the stunning lagoons and perfect whale-watching locales on this engaging virtual tour. Pass through and learn the history of sites and cities such as Tijuana, Ensenada, and San Quintin. Explore the plant life in the Great Central Desert and the fascinating geology of Cataviña. Visit Guerrero Negro and find out about the history of whaling and the biosphere reserve, as well as conservation and more in San Ignacio. Keri and Isabel will also offer details on whale watching and the whales themselves. Did you know a gray whale’s body can be as long as a charter bus? These massive animals also bring barnacles that latch onto them, their hitchhikers-for-life, along for the 12,000-mile round-trip migration. Many more fascinating facts and other stories await you on this exciting virtual experience. You’re sure to have a whale of a time!

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