ITINERARY: Whale Watching

Humpback whales migrate to these subtropical waters for mating and calving. The shallow waters around San Blas provide safe grounds from November to April. Don't miss this opportunity to see these awesome giants of the sea. You may also encounter manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins and sea turtles!

Group Size

Up to 8 people. Subject to conditions.

Trip Schedule


This trip must be taken with a guide:


Are Reservations Required?
Where to Meet Your Guide: Boat landing next to the Frey Junipero Serra library, west end of the street "Calle Juarez". Four blocks west of the plaza.
Meeting Time: 7:45 am
Departure Time: 8:00 am
Retrun Time:
Schedule Notes: Exact time to be scheduled with captain.Towel. open boat on the oceanShortsWaterproof sandals or reef-walkers. Fruit, crackers.

What to Pack

CLICK HERE for a list of clothing and gear recommended for this trip.

A note about Motion Sickness:
Before traveling, eat a light breakfast, or crackers, and stay away from greasy foods. If you are prone to motion sickness, we recommend taking medication prescribed by your doctor, taken as directed. Try your medication the day before you travel to make sure it does not effect you adversely.


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What We Do

The "San Blas EcoTours" website is run by Graphic Designer Heather Graef & Diving Beyond Owner Doug Storms. We desigin websites for San Blas guides, offer information about local tours, make recommendations, and help tourists find guides. We do not take commissions, and we consider our work a volunteer project. We also have equipment in San Blas that we make available to guides, such as snorkeling and diving equipment, camping, and other gear.
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