Humpback Whale Watching 2018-2019

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The imposing humpback whales, also known as Yubartas, are one of the largest animal species in the world.

An adult humpback whale measures between 15 and 19 meters long with an estimated weight of 36 thousand kilograms.

These beautiful marine creatures, travel through the oceans and seas of the world, approximately migrate around 25 thousand kilometers a year. They feed only during the summer in polar regions, then, during the months of December and until March, they migrate to the tropical waters of the Jalisco coast, where they can be observed in Puerto Vallarta.

Throughout their stay in the Bay of Banderas, these cetaceans are observed making their big jumps in the water, without a doubt a majestic experience for you have witnessed this event.

In Puerto Vallarta, a variety of tours are offered from December 16 to March 16. Come and experience this amazing event. You can not lose this!

 Source: visitpuertovallarta