line since 1995. Within
the pages of this website you will find everything you could want
to know about Gray whales and about whale watching. Want
to Pet a Whale? We will show you how. Dedicated
to promoting knowledge of the Gray Whale species and the environment
in which these whales live. This website contains hundreds
of individual webpages.
people and whales together and promotes awareness of the dangers
that the different whale species face today. In this website
you will find truthful, factual information, not biased by greed
or by personal interests other than a deep love and respect
for the Gray whales. Here you will also find whale watching
trips and whale information about Gray
Whales, Humpbacks, Narwhals
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Baja Jones Adventures offers 3, 4,
7, 8, 9, 11 & 13 day whale watching trips to Laguna
Ojo de Liebre (formerly
known as Scammon's Lagoon). Trips that include San Ignacio
Lagoon. Trips to Magdalena Bay as well. To get to these remote,
but exciting, locations we offer several different
All inclusive trip
prices beginning at $1,395. As always there is No
Single Supplement charged
for these trips! Check out all the trips on our Schedule
Our standard is the five day trip.
You can join us as we drive south from San
Diego in nearly new 15 passenger vans. Or you can fly
into Loreto on the Sea of Cortez and then make a much shorter ride
across the peninsula to Laguna Ojo de Liebre.
Nobody offers more departure dates, more variety of
types of trips or more ways of getting to the whales. And
nobody else in the world offers a trip like our Rub
noses with a wild whale trip. NOBODY can match
There is no experience in the world
like looking a wild whale in the eye, then reaching out and gently
rubbing her face while she lays on her side with her pressed against
the side of our small launch. You can count the hairs that
sparsely dot her face like whiskers on an adolescent teenager.
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Migration, birth, babies, whale watching tips, parasites, mating,
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is our site entry page. For precise whale watching information
go to our Whale
watching in baja
page. You can also email
one on one communication with our head guide and naturalist.
This site is very large. Feel free to ask us questions if
you have difficulty locating answers.
dangers to the Gray Whale you should look to pollution in the Bering
Sea from U.S. oil production, from lumber harvesting in the U.S.
and Canada and finally from construction activities such as quarrying
of gravel which causes siltation and smothers the small crustaceans
that the gray whales eat. Every one of those activities poses a
real and serious threat to the continued existence of the gray whale.
Lessening of the amphipod supply, caused by pollution was
responsible for the death of 10,000 gray whales in the years between
2000 and 2004!
some facts about Baja Jones Adventure trips:
Since 1996 every person who has traveled
with Keith on a whale watching trip, anywhere in the world, has
observed whales every whale watch day. Since 1998
every group on a 5 or 6 day gray whale trip has
had the opportunity to touch a wild whale.
No other whale tour operator anywhere in the world can come close
to matching this record.
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