Gray Whale Encounter Feb 4-8, 2019


This is a great week spent riding Baja California and playing with the Gray Whales.

We will begin in San Diego, CA and leave for Guerrero Negro stopping overnight in San Quentín.

After two nights in Guerrero Negro, we will continue to San Felipe with a stop at Coco’s Corner (Weather Permitting).  This includes 20 miles on hard-packed gravel and is suitable for any street bike.   If it is raining or has recently rained, we will return via Hwy 1 and Ensenada.

We will return to the USA via Tecate.

The gray whales are huge and majestic creatures.  They grow to over 40′ long.  We will take a private panga right to the nearby bay where they reside and give birth during the winter months.

We get so close you can pet them.

Prices based on Double Occupancy.  If you wish a single room, please add the Single Room surcharge to your cart.

Accommodations, Breakfast, Dinners with drinks, Tolls, and a Guide are all included in the price. All you pay for is for lunch, fuel, insurance, and any additional partying.

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An Adventure to Remember for a Lifetime from Authentic Moto Travels

Discover the majesty and grace of these intelligent and graceful creatures.  Be a part of something very special and life-changing.

This is a Bucket-List trip that one should not miss.

The Gray Whale Encounter Adventure will begin on February 4th in San Diego, CA.  We’ll cross the border together and head south to San Quentín.  There we’ll stay at a delightful hotel and enjoy an authentic dinner and entertainment, Mexico style.

February 5thth, the group will continue south to Guerrero Negro.  We’ll pass through El Rosario and lunch at Mama Espinosa’s.  Once fed, we’ll continue through Cataviña and on to Guerrero Negro.

February 6th a private panga and captain will take us out into the middle of the bay and experience the Gray Whales up close.  This incredible experience will stay with you forever.

Coco’s Corner

February 7th, if it hasn’t rained in the past 10 days, we’ll head to San Felipe via Coco’s Corner.  About 20 miles of Mex 5 is under construction.  It’s hard packed gravel and no problems traversing on any street bike.  If it has rained, we will return the way we came.

February 8th, we leave San Felipe and head up to Mexicali.  Rather than cross there, we continue on Mex 2 to La Rumorosa for lunch and cross at Tecate and back to the USA.

Petting the Gray Whale


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