Nature at its best
Every year from December to March Mexico becomes home to migrating whales of different species that make up one of the longest migrations of any mammal in the world.
From their feeding grounds in Alaska these amazing creatures swim approximately five kilometers each day until they reach their specific areas.
Humpbacks and gray whales visit the sanctuary lagoons in Baja California, Baja California Sur and several other locations down the Sea of Cortez or the Mexican Pacific Coast to mate and give birth to their calves in a tranquil and secure environment where thousands of visitors admire these gentle giants.
Photo by Adrián Montalvo