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Debra Doyle: Spy hopping whale
Melissa Scott: Whale Cabanas, Tail
Mike Bruscia: San Ignacio Lagoon

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Home Mexico & Central America The Great Gray Whales of Baja Accommodations

The Great Gray Whales of Baja

Make Giant Friendships at Sea on Mexico's Baja Peninsula

Posada de las Flores

The Posada de las Flores is a charming colonial-style hotel located in the heart of Loreto next to the town’s main square. Each room features plaster walls, heavy log beams and tilework...


Posada de las Flores

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Loreto, Mexico

Posada de las Flores is a charming colonial-style hotel located in the heart of Loreto next to the town’s main square. Each room features plaster walls, heavy log beams and tilework and is individually decorated with hand-painted murals, ceramics and antiques. The hotel features a rooftop garden area and glass-bottomed pool, with expansive views of the Sea of Cortez. Breakfast is served al fresco on the rooftop terrace, while an excellent restaurant is located on the main level. 

The Whale Cabanas

Our accommodations on Baja's San Ignacio Lagoon greatly enhance the atmosphere and excitement of our whale-watching adventure. Our eco-camp features 10 simple raised cabanas...


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San Ignacio Lagoon

The Whale Cabanas

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San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja, Mexico

Our accommodations on Baja's San Ignacio Lagoon greatly enhance the atmosphere and excitement of our whale-watching adventure. Our eco-camp features 10 small and simple raised cabanas with thatched roofs set directly on the lagoon, providing a secluded experience where guests are enveloped by the desert wilderness. Each has two beds, shelving and hooks for clothes, and a window overlooking the lagoon. The cabanas are clean and comfortable but not at all fancy—we consider them a step or two above camping. The bathroom and shower facilities are shared and constructed with the environment in mind, using solar-heated water and a system of buckets that provide a water-thrifty yet effective bathing experience. Meals and presentations take place in the large round lounge/dining cabana.

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