La Ventana Snorkel Tour Seafari

La Ventana, BCS, Mexico

BW
Baja Wild Encounters
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1 review
Duration: 1 day
Group size: 1 - 14
La Ventana Snorkel Tour Seafari
La Ventana, BCS, Mexico

Baja Wild Encounters
  • Email address verified
1 review

NaN MXN
Duration: 1 day
Group size: 1 - 14

About this trip

The Sea of Cortez wasn’t called the World’s Aquarium by Jacques Cousteau for nothing! Every day is a surprise, you can see different marine life throughout each season of the year - Dolphins, Whales, Manta Rays, Mobula Rays, Sea Lions, Turtles, Orcas & more!  For full details: https://bajawildencounters.com/la-ventana-snorkel-tour

Tour cost

$3000 pesos per person (around $150 USD per person)

Tour meeting point:

What’s included

  • Boat, Guide, Captain
  • Food and Water
  • Snorkel Gear
  • Wetsuits
  • Tip/gratuity
    for guide and captain

Available Packages

Select number of people
3,000 MXN
Deposit: 1,500 MXN

Your Organizer


BW
Baja Wild Encounters
1 review
We are not a big corporate tour company, in fact we are just a one person tour organiser and guide that works with local people with aims of reducing the amount of over fishing and provide income through means of tourism. Our goal is to show you the true beauty of Wildlife both underwater and on land. We believe that if we show more people how these animals live and why they are so important for our eco systems then we can encourage humans to look after Mother Nature like she looks after us.

Reviews

Our tour guide Jaime was a great communicator. He always responded to my many questions and was helpful with every aspect of the trip. We went on the whale watching tour and were glad that he had told us to expect it be a bit chilly and then on the return trip to be ready to get wet (due to going against the waves when returning to port). It really helped that we were dressed appropriately. Jaime was extremely knowledgeable about all aspects of the trip from marine life to geology to effects of climate change on the Sea of Cortez. The captain was excellent and we felt safe 100% of the time! I think because it was mid December, we didn't see a lot of the animals - it sounds like there are better months for viewing marine life. We did see several rays and we did see a couple of whales (til they dove down and traveled some great distance away from us). He provided us a great lunch and really did everything in his power to show us as many animals as possible. I certainly can recommend this trip to others.
By Diana M for La Ventana Whale Watching on 04 Jan, 2023