Mexico's Sea of Cortez Cruises
A small ship adventure cruise to Mexico's Sea of Cortez, or "The Galapagos of the North" allows you to experience the rich abundance of wildlife and plant life like no other. Observe humpback, gray and blue whales and dolphins, up close, like no other place on earth. You'll explore where the desert meets the sea, over 6,000 animal species and over 3,000 plant species in the nearby desert, some species which grow nowhere else on earth. Expedition leaders, naturalists and regional specialists will guide you onboard ship, Zodiacs and kayaks to experience Mexico's Sea of Cortez completely, and help turn curious travelers into lifelong explorers.
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Mexico's Sea of Cortez Cruise Itineraries
- Baja's Whale Bounty
8 day, 7 night Baja's Whale Bounty Mexico cruise sailing roundtrip San José del Cabo aboard either Safari Endeavour. Kayak, paddle board, snorkel, sail, and ride a skiff in impossibly brilliant turquoise blue waters. Swim with playful sea lions, watch whales, and join a local ranchero for a BBQ on the beach or a mule ride into the arroyos.
- Among The Great Whales
Each winter gray whales migrate south from their arctic feeding grounds to breed and rear their young in Baja California’s and Mexico's sheltered lagoons, making it one of North America’s premier whale watching sites.
- A Remarkable Journey
This special Baja expedition is one of our most exciting and comprehensive cruise to Baja and offers the unique opportunity to explore — and photograph — the gray whale lagoons along Baja’s Pacific Coast and the richness of the vast Sea of Cortez.
- Whales & Wildness: Spring in the Sea of Cortez
8 day, 7 night Whales & Wildness: Spring in the Sea of Cortez cruise sailing roundtrip Los Cabos, Mexico aboard either National Geographic Sea Bird or Sea Lion. The Sea of Cortez is host to an incredibly diverse population of marine mammals—and we know where to find them. You may see fin, pilot, Bryde’s, sperm, or possibly, even blue whales.