Trip reference number: 7022
Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide
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Witness two extraordinary wildlife spectacles: millions of monarch butterflies migrating to Mexico for their winter hibernation and great numbers of humpback whales arriving in the warm waters of Banderas Bay.
After an overnight stay in Mexico City, you will transfer to the small town of Angangueo in Michoacan state, where you will be mesmerised by the millions of monarch butterflies, filling the sky with clouds of orange as they come to rest on the oyamel fir trees at the end of their epic 4,000 kilometre migration to a warmer breeding climate in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve.
From the monarch butterfly migration in Mexico's Central Highlands, you are transferred to Puerto Vallarta on the country's Pacific Coast where you will explore the waters of Banderas Bay to encounter cetaceans, particularly humpback whales. Accompanied by a naturalist guide, regular boat trips will mean there are plenty of opportunities to view these acrobatic whales.
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