Grey whales swim near a whale watching boat off Baja California, Mexico. Each year hundreds of the whales migrate 9,000km south to give birth, attracting thousands of visitors. Photo: AFP
Grey whales swim near a whale watching boat off Baja California, Mexico. Each year hundreds of the whales migrate 9,000km south to give birth, attracting thousands of visitors. Photo: AFP
Mexico

Mexico whale watching tours resume at half capacity, to the delight of visitors who can touch mothers nursing their calves in its warm waters

  • Tourists elated to see up close grey whales that migrated south from the frigid waters off Alaska
  • Boat operators are relieved to be taking visitors out on the water. ‘Everything’s getting better little by little,’ one says

Grey whales swim near a whale watching boat off Baja California, Mexico. Each year hundreds of the whales migrate 9,000km south to give birth, attracting thousands of visitors. Photo: AFP
Grey whales swim near a whale watching boat off Baja California, Mexico. Each year hundreds of the whales migrate 9,000km south to give birth, attracting thousands of visitors. Photo: AFP
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