Boca de Soledad, Canal de Soledad & Sand Dollar Beach
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 16 Feb 2022

Boca de Soledad, Canal de Soledad & Sand Dollar Beach, 2/16/2022, National Geographic Sea Bird

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Bird
  • Baja California

Whale-watching had already begun when we awoke this morning! Several whales passed by our ship in the early morning light. We watched the full moon set as the sun rose on the opposite side of National Geographic Sea Bird. We prepared to get out in pangas for another amazing morning with the gray whales. We finally said our goodbyes to the whales and then continued our journey south through the narrow mangroves and shallow passage of Canal de Soledad. The afternoon found us adventuring among the sand dunes and crossing from the Bahia Magdalena to the Pacific Ocean side of Isla Magdalena. We ended our day on the aptly named Sand Dollar Beach. It was an incredible final day to this voyage!

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