Witness two extraordinary wildlife events: hundreds of grey whales arriving in the warm waters of Baja, having made their way from the Arctic, and millions of monarch butterflies, arriving in Mexico for their winter hibernation.
Based in a simple eco-camp, located on a section of beach along a pristine coast, you will experience the natural biodiversity of San Ignacio Lagoon, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Accompanied by a naturalist guide, regular boat trips will be taken onto the lagoon, where you will encounter hundreds of inquisitive and playful grey whales.
Leaving the Baja peninsula, you will transfer by air to Zitacuaro in Michoacan state, where you cannot fail to 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.
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