Whale Watching Trips In and Around La Paz
Whale watching in La Paz during the winter months is a must-do, “bucket list” kind of activity. We’re blessed to be one of the few locations in the world to have so many different kinds of whales in the same place at the same time!
FYI, technically, whale sharks don’t count, because they are actually fish, not whales. You should still totally check them out though! If for nothing else, just for the look on your friends’ faces when you tell them you snorkeled with SHARKS on your vacation.
Really, they’re the world’s friendliest, durpiest fish, without any teeth to speak of and big ol’ mouths for sucking up tiny plankton and krill. Not at all scary (even though they’re huge!) and 100% awesome - ask us how to reserve your experience with these gentle giants, here.
To the point of this article, in addition to swimming with the world’s biggest shark, if you want to go honest-to-goodness whale watching, read on!
Between January and March each year, thousands of whales of various species make their winter migrations south: humpbacks, gray whales, blue whales (the world’s largest mammal!), fin whales, sperm whales, Bryde’s whales….somebody, stop me!