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The Baja Whale Miracle and More Travel News

The Baja Whale Miracle and More Travel News

Every year gray whales make their way from the Bering and Chukchi seas in the arctic to the lagoons of Baja in the world’s longest mammalian migration. It’s nothing short of a miracle that these giant animals swim over 5,000 miles south to Baja to have their babies in protected and warm waters.
One of the bays where they raise their calves is Magdalena Bay, home to a comfortable whale watching camp.

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The Baja Whale Miracle and More Travel News

The Baja Whale Miracle and More Travel News

Every year gray whales make their way from the Bering and Chukchi seas in the arctic to the lagoons of Baja in the world’s longest mammalian migration. It’s nothing short of a miracle that these giant animals swim over 5,000 miles south to Baja to have their babies in protected and warm waters.
One of the bays where they raise their calves is Magdalena Bay, home to a comfortable whale watching camp.

Travel News: What’s New in Mexico?

Travel News: What’s New in Mexico?

One&Only Mandarina, which opened on Nov.1, is a hidden retreat nestled on the Riviera Nayarit coastline that offers an irresistible combination of ultra-luxurious living, natural beauty, and outdoor adventure.

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