Bahía de los Sueños offers unparalleled opportunities for interacting with rare sea life. And the first four months of each year present the best opportunities for whale watching in Baja. According to MexicoLessTraveled.com, every November, more than 10,000 gray whales trade the freezing waters of the Bering Sea for the warmth of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. Once the whales reach the Mexican coast, they mate, bask in soothing lagoons and give birth, making January through early April the peak time to whale watch.
Termed the “Aquarium of the World” by Jacques Cousteau, the Sea of Cortez is one of the most popular big-game fishing and whale-watching regions in the world. Last May, on his 62nd birthday, Bahia de los Sueños guest Juan Antonio Sr. was treated to a rare Orca sighting just yards from the shoreline. Then in July 2010, Bahia guests Lisa and Rowin caught their first-ever Marlin and Roosterfish (we have photos!). Schools of Dorado travel through from June to October, and the world-record 114-pound roosterfish was caught here in the waters of the Sea of Cortez.
Sport fishing options at The Bay include spear fishing, deep-sea fishing, surf fishing and fly fishing. Bahía de los Sueños also offers regular boat tours to Isla Cerralvo, Los Barilles and La Paz.
To arrange a fishing excursion at Bahia de los Sueños, contact Lifestyle Coordinator Dennis Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or (866) 202-0789.