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Orcas in Cabo San Lucas

Orcas in Cabo San Lucas

Orcas in Mexican Waters Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek The Orcas, or Killer Whales, is a cosmopolitan species that inhabits all the oceans of the world but is most seen in coastal, temperate waters, mainly in areas of high...

Cabo Trek got certified by WCA!

Cabo Trek got certified by WCA!

We are proud partners of the Cetacean World Alliance since 2013, wow we are one of the first whale watching operators in the WORLD, to achieve the global award WCA Responsible Whale Watching Certification and the first company in Mexico. We are very honored and proud...

Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching Trip Report

Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching Trip Report

Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching Trip Report by our special guest Marie Harrington Cabo San Lucas lies on the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. It’s eastern shore is bathed by the Sea of Cortez, one of the richest marine ecosystems on the...

Eye to Eye with a Giant

Eye to Eye with a Giant

Eye to eye with a giant Article by Angelika Ludwiczak, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Lopez Mateos is a small fishing town of barely 2000 inhabitants, located over calm and shallow waters of Magdalena Bay. That is also a place where real magic happens every...

Baja Eco Tourism

Baja Eco Tourism

Baja’s Eco Tourism a win-win for conservation and economy Article by Carlos Perez, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Over the past two decades, ecotourism has been valued as a fast-growing industry worldwide, observing this phenomenon in regions and entities...

Gray Whales of Magdalena Bay

Gray Whales of Magdalena Bay

The brave journey of gray whales to the mexican waters Article by Katia Silva, Marine Biologist and Guide at Cabo Trek Every winter, hundreds of Pacific gray whales return to their traditional breeding and birthing grounds in sheltered Magdalena Bay on Mexico’s...