Gray Whale Watching
Whale watching is San Diego's unique offshore adventure. From December through March, H&M Landing provides daily offshore cruises to view the California gray whale as it passes San Diego on its migration south to the warm water lagoons of Baja California. Our trips last from three hours to 11 days. Choose the length trip that best fits your schedule.
Gray whales can grow to be 40 to 50 feet long and weigh 50 to 80,000 lbs. They can live to about 50 years. On this cruise there’s also a good chance of sightings of dolphins, sea lions, sea birds and other marine life,
A whale watcher's dream! For the experience of a lifetime sign onto one of our sea-going expeditions to the lagoons of Baja California, the mating and calving grounds of the California gray whale. Explore the wildlife of Mexico's pristine offshore islands and seacoasts. Trips run from nine to 11days.
Discover Baja's diverse wildlife. Explore unique and seldom visited desert seacoasts and offshore islands. Enjoy beach combing, dune and marsh exploration and participate in the truly fascinating natural world of the California gray whale.
H&M’s fleet of whale-watching vessels are built for the open sea. Spacious, safe and comfortable, they provide outdoor and indoor seating, galley lounges with hot food and beverage service.
When you choose to watch whales from San Diego, trust the sea-savvy pioneers at H&M Landing.
Book your reservations on line or for more information:
Call 619.222.1144, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.hmlanding.com
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