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jill
user 4966458
Seattle, WA
Post #: 6
Anyone interested in paddling in Baja in early March? An outfitter I've paddled with in past runs a trip on the Pacific side of the peninsula at the end of grey whale season, but, they'll only run the trip if there's 6+ clients. No guarantee of whales, but, high likelihood.
A former member
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Anyone interested in paddling in Baja in early March? An outfitter I've paddled with in past runs a trip on the Pacific side of the peninsula at the end of grey whale season, but, they'll only run the trip if there's 6+ clients. No guarantee of whales, but, high likelihood.

COST??
odiddave--- thanks
jill
user 4966458
Seattle, WA
Post #: 7
From the outfitter's website:

Trip Price: $790US
Single Traveler Supplement: $80US
Full calendar of Activities
Trip price includes: Certified, bi-lingual naturalist guides, single and/or double kayaks, all kayaking gear, camping equipment, transportation to and from your La Paz hotel and Magdalena Bay, all food and beverages during the expedition and a farewell banquet.

Guests are responsible for bringing their own sleeping bags.
Accommodation: Your expedition includes 2 nights in a comfortable hotel in La Paz and 5 nights camping on sand dunes.

Trip Description:

This is an exceptional adventure in a very remote and spectacular part of Baja virtually untouched by human impact. We paddle along a narrow channel in relatively calm waters protected from the turbulent ocean by Isla Magdalena. Sand dunes situated on the island provide a contrast to the labyrinth of mangroves along the Baja coastline. Nesting amongst the thick groves are prolific numbers of exotic birds. The La Florida estuary and a maze of other channels offer a view into another vibrant ecosystem. The bay is also the winter home of Gray whales who migrate 6000 miles to mate and give birth in these protected waters. Paddling the narrow waterways is interspersed with beach-combing the Pacific, jumping off sand dunes and the usual games and natural history education. The trip is perfectly suited for those who can handle an above-novice kayaking trip. It is a 40 mile journey and will average approximately three hours of paddling a day, including some longer days.
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