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San Diego Whale Watching

A Breaching Baby Gray Whale in San Ignacio Lagoon, in Baja Mexic

If you’ve never had the opportunity to go whale watching, now is the time to do it, during your visit to San Diego. With 70 miles of coastline directly in the migration path of 20,000 gray whales on their way to Baja California to give birth to their calves, San Diego is one of the best places in the world to see these giant mammals in their own environment. You’ll be awed by their size—they are nearly the width of a basketball court.

There are several San Diego companies that offer whale watching cruises. You’ll want to select a year-round company because their operators understand and appreciate the whales’ migration patterns and will make sure you have the best whale-watching experience of your life. Hornblower Cruises & Events, Flagship Cruises & Events, and Next Level Sailing are proud to offer whale-watching tours where you can have a close-up look at these magnificent, awe-inspiring creatures. Next Level sailing trips include free entry to the famous Maritime Museum of San Diego.

Hornblower Cruises and Events  (855) 552-9051

Next Level Sailing  (800) 644-3454

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