Boca De La Soledad, Baja California Sur
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 25 Jan 2020

Boca De La Soledad, Baja California Sur, 1/25/2020, National Geographic Sea Lion

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Baja California

We started our day with another spectacular sunrise and an invigorating morning stretch with our wellness specialist Lola! After breakfast, we were on a mission to find more gray whales, and find we did. Most of the day was dedicated to whale watching and exploring the dunes, and we spotted a nice variety of wildlife, ranging from coyotes to first-year gray whale calves. The birding is always a highlight in this area as well, and we had a great time inching closer and closer to a group of great egrets working their way through one of the many tidal pools among the dunes.

Our evening was made very special with a visit from our favorite local band, Los Coyotes de Magdalena. They took cocktail hour to the next level and even came back for another set after dinner!

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