Gray Whales, known as the longest mammals worldwide are migrating to Baja California. Migration of these whales begins each October in the eastern Pacific. These creatures leave the frosty waters in the Bering Sea to settle on the warmer aquatic condition nearby Baja peninsula.
The tourists in San Diego are lucky to be able to get a chance to watch the whales’ migration.This nature’s exciting activity won’t last long, the people will only have the chance to see it before April 15th.
If you want to see these mammals, join the guided tour to their breeding grounds either at 9:45 in the morning or 1:30 in the afternoon,where you can actually see these mammal escapade towards their habitat in Baja California. If you get lucky aside from from the chance of seeing approximately 20,000 gray whales making their trail towards south, you might get a chance to see seals, dolphins, and sea lions that will truly make your visit in San Diego worth the trip.
If you are planning to visit San Diego and watch the whales’ migration you might want to stay in a vacation rental house that is a driving distance from where you can easily take on board for the whale watching adventure.