Snorkeling With Whale Sharks In La Paz

Swim with the whale sharks season from 1st of October to May 31st each year

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The Whale shark is the largest fish on the planet and there are few Whale species larger in size.

Thought to reach up to a possible 20 meters and 34 tons it seems difficult to believe that Whale Sharks feed on microscopic plankton and small fish.

The combination of its immense size and characteristic checkerboard pattern makes the Whale Shark almost unmistakable and completely unforgettable.

Snorkeling with the Whale Sharks has got to be one of the most uplifting experiences in the world. In season The Cortez Club will take you over to where you can swim with as many as 12 Whale Sharks in one area.

Details:

The trip cost $110 USD + 16% local Tax

Includes all equipment, bottled water & soft drinks.
The Cortez Club does not allow the collection of live marine species or shells.
There is a $2 whale shark conservation bracelet fee that is added.

Reserve online with $29 USD per person.

Combo Specials

Embark on one of the most memorable days of your life!

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1. Combined swim with the whale sharks and Balandra Bay
$140 plus 16% tax
This combo trip starts at 8:30am to noon and does not include lunch.

2. Combined local sea lions at San Rafaelito, Balandra Bay & swim with the whale sharks
$165 USD plus 16% tax.
This combo trip starts from 8:30am to 2pm and includes lunch and non alcoholic drinks.

3. Combined local sea lions at Los Islotes at Espiritu Santo Island, & swim with the whale sharks
$199 USD plus 16% tax.
This combo trip starts from 8:30am to 4pm and includes lunch and non alcoholic drinks.

Details:

Includes all equipment, natural park permit fees, sandwich or burritos, water & soft drinks.
The Cortez Club does not allow the collection of live marine species or shells.
There is a $2 whale shark conservation bracelet fee that is added.

Reserve online with $29 USD per person.

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