5 Day Air Trip to San Ignacio Lagoon

Baja Ecotours 5 Day Whale Watching Trip
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Up Close Whale Watching in Baja, Mexico

Experience the Unforgettable: Join Baja Ecotours for a 5-Day Air Trip to the Gray Whale Sanctuary in San Ignacio Lagoon.

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with Baja Ecotours at Campo Cortez, our solar-powered ecolodge nestled along the pristine shores of San Ignacio Lagoon. Discover the captivating world of the majestic Gray Whales as they migrate to this sanctuary, a cherished destination for thousands of generations. Immerse yourself in the heart of Mexico's largest protected area, the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, and witness the extraordinary bond between mother Gray Whales and their newborn calves.

At Laguna San Ignacio, our boats offer an intimate encounter like no other. Experience the incredible closeness as mother Gray Whales gracefully approach, inviting us to scratch, pet, and even sing to them. This awe-inspiring interaction is an exclusive privilege of San Ignacio Lagoon, where this phenomenon has become a regular occurrence. Unlike anywhere else in the world, this unique location remains untouched by human interference, thanks to the dedicated efforts of the local community, who strive to preserve the lagoon as a sacred and protected sanctuary for these magnificent and friendly giants.

Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in our low-impact, solar-powered ecolodge. Rest assured knowing that your stay with us will have minimal environmental impact, allowing you to fully appreciate this life-changing event. Join us at San Ignacio Lagoon, and let the ethereal beauty of these gentle giants touch your soul.

Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity! Book your spot now and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Baja Ecotours is your gateway to the Gray Whale sanctuary at Laguna San Ignacio, offering an experience that will forever be etched in your memories.


P1Feb 08 – 12Sat – WedBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P2Feb 12 – 16Wed – SunAuthor-led trip by Jim Dorsey - “THE LAGOON”

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P3Feb 16 – 20Sun – ThuBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P4Feb 20 – 24Thu – Mon Book Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P5Feb 24 – 28Mon – FriBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P6Feb 28 – Mar 04Fri – TueBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P7Mar 04 – 08Tue – SatSOLD OUT Trip Details$4,150.00
P8Mar 08 – 12Sat – WedSOLD OUT Trip Details$4,150.00
P9Mar 12 – 16 Wed – SunSpecial Lunar Eclipse Trip.
Dark sky viewing of this total lunar eclipse on March 14th!

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P10Mar 16 - 20Sun – ThuBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
P11Mar 20 – 24Thu – MonBook Now! Trip Details$4,150.00
Self-Arrival to Campo Cortez and join any 5 day air trip: (arrive camp on your own during an above trip itinerary – limited space.$2,495.00

Deposit and Additional fees for 5 Day Air Trip:
Single Fees:$500.00 USD
Biosphere Fee:$75.00 USD (Vizcaino Biosphere Fee San Ignacio Lagoon)
Airport fees and CBX Crossing:$185.00 USD
Deposit:$750.00 USD

Availability is on a limited basis. Please make your reservations well in advance to secure your space on the aircraft and at the Ecolodge. Many of our guests plan and book their trips at least six to 12 months in advance. For your comfort, space is limited at camp and all our reservations are taken on a first come basis. Please call or email us to check our schedule for availability.

Before your departure, you’ll receive from us:

  • Comprehensive itinerary package and travel information
  • Camp guidelines and whale watching information
  • Guide information and contact information
  • Detailed packing list

We are consistantly rated the #1 Travelers’ Choice on Trip Advisor year after year for one reason, our Staff and Owners - who are residents and locals to San Ignacio Lagoon. We are four generations of family living and working in the lagoon since the settlement of San Ignacio Lagoon. We take pride in our efforts at our Ecolodge to have a low-impact environmentally and the responsibility that we carry as Ambassadors to the lagoon and its many wildlife residents.