PRIVATE TOUR IN CABO
Embark on an extraordinary adventure with our yacht rentals in Cabo, where we offer an unparalleled opportunity to witness the majestic beauty of nature up close. Cabo San Lucas is renowned for being a prime destination for whale sightings, and our expertly crewed yachts are your front-row seats to this incredible spectacle. Join us for an unforgettable whale-watching experience that will leave you in awe.
As you sail through the crystal-clear waters of the Sea of Cortez, keep your eyes peeled for the graceful arcs of humpback whales, the playful breaches of bottlenose dolphins, and the elegant spouts of blue whales. Our knowledgeable guides will provide fascinating insights into these marine giants, making your excursion both educational and exhilarating. With the backdrop of Cabo's stunning coastline, you'll create memories that capture the wonder of these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat, an experience you'll cherish forever.
Whale season: December - April
Peak Sightings: December - January
Baby whale season: Baby whales are most active beginning in February
While we strive to provide our guests with exceptional whale-watching experiences onboard our yacht rentals, it's important to note that whale sightings are a product of nature and not guaranteed as part of our pricing. However, we take pride in our team of highly experienced captains and crew who have an intimate knowledge of the local marine environment in Cabo San Lucas. Their years of expertise and keen understanding of whale behavior greatly increase the likelihood of encountering these majestic creatures during your excursion. Our captains are dedicated to maximizing your chances of spotting whales by leveraging their insights into migration patterns and the best times and locations for sightings. Rest assured, while we cannot promise nature's cooperation, we can promise a memorable and informative journey at sea with our skilled crew, who are committed to providing you with a rewarding and safe experience, whether or not the whales decide to make an appearance.