Humpback Whales are Back

Humpback Whales are Back

Humpback Whales are back! Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek. Worldwide, whale watching as a tourist industry may generate more than $1 billion a year. There will always be an element of mystery about whales since they do appear at the...
Trip Report: Gray Whales Magdalena Bay

Trip Report: Gray Whales Magdalena Bay

The magical encounter with the survivors of the sea Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Whale watching is the human activity of encountering whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. The species originally responsible for the...
The social life of Orcas

The social life of Orcas

The social life of Orcas Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Orca is a marine mammal. They are often confused for being a whale because of their name ‘killer whale’, but orcas are actually dolphins. In fact, they are the largest member...
Rare sighting of False Killer Whales in Los Cabos

Rare sighting of False Killer Whales in Los Cabos

Rare sighting of False Killer Whales pod in Los Cabos Article by Katia Silvia, Marine Biologist and guide at Cabo Trek The Sea of Cortez is one of the best places in the world to watch whales and dolphins. Famously called “the world’s aquarium” by oceanographer...
How I lost my heart to the Ocean

How I lost my heart to the Ocean

How I lost my heart to the Ocean Article by Angelika Marine Biologist Internship Experience at Cabo Trek I was only seven when I first got to snorkel and it was a love from the first breathe. It was in Egypt and I almost drowned myself trying to talk underwater that...