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Actually visited back in 1989, you had to camp out, use the Marine Corps style latrine, and obey the Dorey hackers who shouted !Nada! when you got too close to the whales. Visited the one-person whale conservation program office; his description of the job was...More
We must have seen at least 100 whales during our recent trip to the lagoon. Some were very friendly and allowed us to touch them and were coming out near the boat to look at us! An incredibly wonderful experience. We used Mario’s tours and...More
We sailed into Scammons lagoon way back in 1972. Due to the captains stuborn nature we ran aground and had to empt the 48 ft sailboat of all it's stowage. This took us a few hours. The whole while pods of whales circled us ,...More
Went on a tour with Bajas Frontier Tours to Central Baja and Scammon's Lagoon.
Stayed in nice hotel and went out in the lagoon twice. There were over 2,500 whales and babies in the lagoon. Boat goes out, sits and soon you are surrounded by...More
Marios tours can be reached by email and reserved. Its one of the first places you see as you approach Guerrero Negro. They were awesome. I have used them twice to see the gray whales and both times had amazing experiences. They are respectful of...More