Lindblad Adds 6-Day Whale Watching Voyages

Sea Bird

Lindblad Expeditions has announced three new upcoming expeditions focusing on whale watching inside Magdalena Bay on a special five-night cruise aboard the 31-cabin National Geographic Sea Bird.

Magdalena Bay is where gray whale mothers, calves and juveniles end the longest mammal migration on earth, the company said.

It has been part of Lindblad’s itineraries in Baja California for over 30 years, but this is the first time the line is focusing an entire voyage on this bay itself. 

The cruise will feature Zodiac adventures for up-close interactions with calves and mothers, the company said.

"You will be immersed in the rich marine life as the ship explores two distinct areas where whales congregate," the company said, in a statement. "Beyond the whales, there is so much more. Explore the mangroves by kayak. Mountain bike over Sahara-like stretches of dunes (there is a fleet of bikes aboard). Beach comb endless beaches studded with sand dollars. Revel in the vastness and serenity as you view the many species of birds in this world-renowned region. Explore mangroves by kayak or paddle board.  And explore it all with a team of expert naturalists and a Lindblad-National Geographic certified photo instructor."

This six-day sailing offers three options: March 13, 19, 24, 2019.  Rates begin at $3,290 per person based on double occupancy in a category 1 cabin.  

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