OUR FAREWELL TO THE BLUE WHALE

Every April we have to fire our beloved blue whales, who come from Alaska to breed and feed on the Sea of ​​Cortez.

After our many excursions every year in the bay of Loreto, to see these mammals - the largest animal in the world - we can not help feeling sad when they leave. But this season we felt exceptionally lucky, as we had wonderful close encounters with them. We can not but smile and protect our sea to return the following seasons.

If you have not yet seen a blue whale, the Sea of ​​Cortez is undoubtedly a natural sanctuary for these and other marine mammals.

At Desert & Sea we love to bring people in Our boats, And give them the opportunity to see the largest animal on the planet. So if you are thinking about it, read more about our tours here. Write us or call us To reserve or request reports.

Meanwhile, we are excited to share some images that the talented photographerMaia Welch Kindly allowed us to show off after our successful whale day.Whale_boat

The back of a blue whale submerging itself with the Island Danzante in the background.

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Recording sighting

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Very close!!!

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Oops ... Oh my God! Went straight under the boat

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Confirming its presence on the horizon

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Giant Blue vs Sierra de La Giganta


We hope you enjoyed the photographs, and that soon you will accompany us on one of our expeditions. Follow our adventures through our page Facebook