Known as the Gentle Giants, these creatures visit the Bay of La Paz as they come here to feed in the plankton rich waters. Swimming with them can be both a humbling and exhilarating experience, particularly appealing to the young ones.
Our whale shark adventures are based out of La Paz where we have our headquarters at Marina Costa Baja. From here, it’s only a 30-minute boat ride to the area where the whale sharks are found. That means less time traveling and more time in the water with the whale sharks!
Not staying in La Paz? Don’t worry, we can arrange for ground transportation from Los Cabos or Todos Santos area.
Aside from an incredible adventure swimming along the biggest fish in the world, the one thing our former guests appreciate more than anything else is our staff. Bilingual, fun, educated and professional, our guides are the best in the eco-touring industry. They will cater to your needs every step of the way, sharing information, entertainment, refreshments and a healthy dose of charm to keep you smiling all day long.
Whalesharks are ovoviviparous, they give birth to live young which are usually around .5 meters long.
A whaleshark’s diet consists of plankton, krill, and other small organisms.
Whalesharks are believed to live up to 100 years old and reach maturity around 30 years of age.
The largest non-scientifically recorded whaleshark was around 18 meters in length, but average sizes are up to 12 meters.