Cabo Whale Watching

An unparalleled experience, whale watching in Cabo San Lucas is something you’ll never forget. Get up close with majestic California Grey and Humpback whales as they breach the water and play in their pods. Thousands of whales migrate every year from Alaska down to the warm waters of the Baja Peninsula. December to April is Cabo’s whale watching season and the perfect opportunity to view majestic animals in the wild.

Why visit a zoo when you can see these incredible animals in their natural habitat? Our Whale Watching Photo Safari is a perfect way to gain an appreciation for conservation and grab some fantastic photos while you’re at it.

Expert Guides

Want to learn even more about whales? Our expert guides will explain feeding habits, behavior, and more all throughout our tour. They are knowledgeable in all things whales, dolphins, and Cabo marine life. Ask them anything.

Best Boats

Our boats are optimized for your whale watching experience. Not only do they meet top-quality safety standards, but they allow you to get up close and personal with some of the ocean’s largest creatures.

More Than Whales

Every day in Cabo is an adventure, and you never know what you’re going to see out on the water. Sea turtles, dolphins, rays, and more are common sightings!

Trip Details

Cost: $50 USD per person (children 5-11 are half price and under 5 are free)
Duration: 2 hours
Operates: Available from December to Mid April
Departs Daily: 9am and 12pm (Check Availability)
For Cruise Ship passengers: Cabo is on Mountain Time.
Boarding is 20 min prior to departure. Boat departs from Gate #4, located between the Cruise Ship Pier and the Dolphin Center.