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Post by dean Sun Oct 14, 2018 7:23 am

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Every year thousands of California gray whales migrate 6,000 miles from the warm waters of Baja California's central Pacific coast. From mid-December through March, Scammon's Lagoon is the destination of the largest number of these magnificent mammals, aproximately 1,500 --including newborn calves-- every year.

Located 450 miles below the international border of the United States and Mexico, Guerrero Negro is the northern gateway to the state of Baja California Sur. It is about a 12 1/2 hour drive from Los Angeles, a 10 1/2 hour drive from San Diego, an 8 1/2 hour drive from Ensenada, or coming south to north, a 10 hour drive from La Paz (capital of the state).

Known for its whale watching and salt industries, Guerrero Negro is not a typical tourist town, but it downs offer a complete range of services and facilities. Please note that Guerrero Negro --and all Baja California Sur-- observes Mountain Standard Time, one hour ahead of Baja California and California.


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