2022 Baja Whalewatching Tour #2 Isla San Jose (March 17)
We woke up to a picturesque Sea of Cortez sunrise. After a nice hike and a snorkel we travelled north up the east side of Isla San Jose. We didn’t have to go far. We started seeing Blue Whales right away. We saw two mother and calf pairs, followed by multiple pairs and singles. We had a fluking whale as well that popped up a couple hundred feet from the stern, swam around the boat, then fluked right off the bow. Quite the day for blue whales here!
We anchored at Tambobiche bay for dinner and the evening. We’re going to go for a walk around the lagoon for some birdwatching then do a snorkel and take off south around lunchtime.
Captain Mike and Team Searcher
Punta Colorado, Isla San Jose (photo from Trip #1 by Gillian C)