La Boca de Soledad, Hull Canal, Sand Dollar Beach
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 22 Mar 2022

La Boca de Soledad, Hull Canal, Sand Dollar Beach, 3/22/2022, National Geographic Sea Bird

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Bird
  • Baja California

Calm winds and clear skies persisted on our second day of whale-watching. Once aboard our pangas with local boat captains, we headed out to the sandbar at Boca de Soledad. The whales seem to have started their migration north, as we could not find them inside the bay.

Following our whale-watching excursion and before heading back to the ship, we navigated along one of the branch channels of Canal de Soledad to a small oyster farm. Miguel and his brother greeted us with oysters, limes, and salsa for a delicious treat.

After whale-watching, we sailed south to Sand Dollar Beach, where we walked among the beautiful sand dunes of Isla Magdalena.

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