Whale watching from a sailboat is the best way to experience these wonderful mammals.
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About Whale Watching
While whale watching is most commonly used as a form of recreation, it also serves as an educational and scientific way to study the species without interfering with their habitat or lives.
San Diego has become a global destination for visitors to observe one of the longest migrations on earth, the Pacific Gray Whale. Each year, these gentle giants pass near offshore as they head south to the calving lagoons of Baja California Mexico. Their journey continues, taking them past our shores again, heading north returning to their feeding grounds in the Bering Sea.
Over the last several decades whale watching has become an amazing form of entertainment for millions of people all over the world who want to get a glimpse of the amazing majestic creatures we all know and love as whales.
While whale watching spotters enjoy watching and observing whales these marine mammal enthusiasts may also look out for a number of different dolphin species such as killer whale, (killer whales belong to the dolphin family), bottlenose dolphins, hourglass dolphins and other popular dolphin species that may be found among the group of whales they’re observing.