See the latest press and news articles featuring Sea Kayak Adventures.
Become One With the Whales on This Epic Baja Whale Watching TripTravel Age West December, 2020
"Each winter, thousands of eastern North Pacific gray whales migrate more than 5,000 miles from Alaska’s Bering Sea to three protected Baja lagoons to give birth or mate from mid-January through mid-March. Nowhere else in the world do inquisitive mothers and calves approach skiffs and allow delighted humans to pet them."
Explore Mexico On A Baja Bubble Journey This WinterForbes November, 2020
Forbes writer Everett Potter provides an overview of Sea Kayak Adventurs new Bubble Journey series, providing private escapes to Baja, Mexico. As well, this piece highlights the airlines bet on Baja as a winter travel getaway in 2020.
Sea Kayaking Adventure to Danzante IslandSea Kayaking Adventure to Danzante Island November, 2020
Seasoned traveler and writer, Nancy Brown, details her trips to Baja with Sea Kayak Adventures.
Most Picturesque Destination For NovemberWhere Can I Fly? October, 2020
"Baja, California is a place I love and visit every fall and winter because of miles upon miles of empty beaches, rugged desert islands, towering mountain ranges and the transparent blue waters of the Gulf of California. in November the sea is still warm from the summer's sun and hurricane season is over, so the weather is usually perfect. It's easy to get to Baja with flights to Cabo, La Paz and Loreto." - Peter Grubb
Best Sea Kayaking Adventures for SeniorsTravel with a Challenge July, 2020
A thorough review of five first class kayak destinations to explore as featured in Travel with a Challenge, a publication for mature travelers seeking something beyond conventional travel.
Whale breeding grounds thrill visitors at Baja’s Magdalena BaySan Diego Tribune April, 2020
"In less than half an hour from the harbor, we spot our first whales spouting maybe 50 yards away. Our main guide, Mario Escalera, who has a master’s degree in marine biology and knows these whales intimately, advises us that our boat will stay far enough from the whales to avoid stressing them, but it will be OK if whales approach us on their own. Several of us have heard stories and seen videos about whales coming so close to boats that the passengers can touch them, and we’re hoping to experience that phenomenon, too." - Doug Hansen
This Eco-Ranch in Baja Is an Adventure OasisOutside Online March, 2020
"No trip to Baja is complete without time on the water. Since Rancho Cacachilas has no coastline access, it partners with local sustainability-minded companies like Sea Kayak Adventures to offer guests kayaking and whale-watching outings." - Outside Online
Where to go on spring break, whether you’re traveling with family, friends or your favorite plus oneChicago Tribune February, 2020
"head to Mexico’s Baja Peninsula to explore the Sea of Cortez by land and water. Rancho Cacachilas, a nearly 35,000-acre solar-powered ranch with 37 miles of hiking and biking trails, has partnered with Sea Kayak Adventures to offer an eight-day trip. Half of it is spent kayaking from Isla Espiritu Santo, where guests will glamp — or camp in fully furnished tents — between excursions to view whales and sea lions (from $2,040 per person)." - Elaine Glusac
A Review of Isla Espiritu Santo in Baja MexicoThe Los Angeles Times February, 2020
ISLA ESPÍRITU SANTO, Mexico — I’d just snorkeled into a sea cave. Before I could see much of anything, a sea lion pup burst in front of me and nuzzled my hand with a whiskered snout. It tickled. Then came another pup, and another, all eager to play. - Christopher Reynolds
The Ultimate Baja, Mexico Travel GuideOutside Magazine January, 2020
"Sea Kayak Adventures offers one-to-ten-day journeys from La Paz up to Loreto and over to the Pacific Ocean’s Magdalena Bay. Trips include everything from kayaking to whale-watching to hiking." - Stephanie Pearson