Weather & Climate in Baja
During these conditions, the boat ride (45 minutes) to and from the whale-viewing area can be cold, wet and bumpy. However, the barrier islands forming the mouth of the lagoon provide protection from Pacific swells, so even in the worst of
On the Pacific side of the peninsula, daytime temperatures can reach the 70s, but because of the influence of the Pacific Ocean, temps can sometimes remain cool all day, with fog in the mornings and afternoon winds. Under these conditions, daytime highs might not even reach 60°F. The water temperature in Baja at this time of year generally ranges between 57 and 60°F. Please be prepared for COLD weather during your adventure.
The nights are usually mild but can occasionally dip into the low 40s, requiring warmer clothing, including hats, gloves, warm socks and a heavy sweater or fleece jacket. A waterproof rain jacket (with hood), waterproof rain pants and warm clothing you can layer and take off as the day warms up are essential items to ensure maximum comfort during your stay at San Ignacio Lagoon.
AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURES & PRECIPITATION:(in Fahrenheit and inches)
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The Great Gray Whales of Baja
Limited to 18 Travelers
Swimming with Mexico's Whale Sharks
Limited to 14 Travelers