Mar 12, 2020 - National Geographic Venture
This morning we woke up anchored offshore of Isla Margarita in the southern region of Magdalena Bay; a remote area of ocean where we tend to see single adult gray whales coming to court and mate. After a beautiful sunrise, we went out with local guides who took us on two rounds of whale watching from their pangas, rugged and seaworthy fishing boats converted for whale watching. After many encounters with adult gray whales and dolphins, we headed back to the ship for an afternoon of margaritas and talks as we repositioned the ship northward for our full day of whale watching tomorrow.
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