Latest news from our friends at Natural Habitat Adventures...........
As a nature lover, articles about wildlife always catch my eye -- and I suspect you can relate. Recently, I came across
one such story
that I want to share with you...
It concerns the state of gray whales, whose annual 6,000-mile migration from Alaska culminates off the Mexico coast, a grand finale that is at the heart of our Baja whales adventure. The article tells a great story of how ecotourism in Mexico has saved these gentle giants -- they are now the first marine mammals to be removed from the endangered species list!
As threats to the gray whale population continue, though, it is more important than ever to support ecotourism in their Baja habitat. This winter, you can join Nat Hab Expedition Leader and gray whale expert Melissa Scott as we explore their traditional breeding and birthing grounds at San Ignacio Lagoon on Mexico's Baja Peninsula. Friendly and engaging, these whales are often intrigued with humans, sometimes swimming right up to our boats and offering our small groups a chance to interact with them at very close range.
Our exclusive "whale cabanas" -- isolated accommodations right on the beach -- provide the perfect base for our excursions. You won't find a more remarkable whale-watching encounter than this rare adventure!
Learn more about this exciting nature adventure by clicking here or call us on 01902 798008 for prices and a brochure..