Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching - Fishing in Cabo San Lucas
The Whales, living treasure of Los Cabos
Mexico is very proud to have 3 Natural World Heritage Sites, two of them located in the Baja peninsula, considered as one of the most important whale breeding sites in the world. From mid-December to mid-April, the ocean off Los Cabos is home to the amazing whales. Balmy temperatures also make winter the best time to bird-watch and explore the flora in the surrounding desert.
Gray, Blue and Humpback Whales migrate around 5,000 miles from Alaska to our warm winter waters of Los Cabos to breed and rear their young calves, affording visitors remarkable whale-watching opportunities to see them mating, nursing and playing. In Los Cabos and Cabo San Lucas, you can see these awestruck and wonderful creatures, up-close and in large numbers. It is known that whales enjoy tactile stimulation and their curious calves often come up to the boats to be petted.
Los Cabos Offshore Sport Fishing Tournaments
The world-class sport fishing centers of Los Cabos are home to several top fishing tournaments, including the million-dollar Bisbee billfish tournament held in mid-summer. Major contests are held every month from May to November of each year. This is a must during your Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos vacation.
Cabo Whalewatching and Fishing Tours are available at Pueblo Bonito Hotel by contacting Concierge Department at your hotel.
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