Thousands of gray whales migrate annually from the summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to the winter grounds of the Baja California lagoons and back again along the Southern California coast.
The California Gray Whale makes the most spectacular and longest mass migration of any marine mammal with their round trip migration traveling over 13,000 miles. Thousands of gray whales migrate annually from the summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to the winter grounds of the Baja California lagoons and back again along the Southern California coast during the months of December, January, February, March, & April. During the gray whale migration it is not uncommon to view half dozen or more gray whales on a single whale watching cruise making for incredible viewing opportunities.
Newport Landing Whale Watching provides daily gray whale watching cruises with multiple times available each day. One of the few year round whale watching providers in Southern California, captains are very skilled at locating both whales and dolphin. Newport Landing's captains offer descriptive narrations that make the whale watching experience a rich one. With a 96% viewing success rate and $16 whale watching cruise special offered through the Sand Diego Tourism Authority's website makes this event very affordable for individuals and families of all sizes.
Please note, Newport Landing Whale Watching is located approximately 90 minutes north of downtown San Diego.
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