Sailing from Mexico
Setting sail from Loreto
Mexico: Sea of Cortez
Once described by Jacques Cousteau as 'the world's aquarium', Mexico's amazing Sea of Cortez is rich in marine life including sea lions, dolphins, mobula rays and numerous species of whale, with countless opportunities for snorkelling, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking and more.
Mexico: Cabo San Lucas
The sister towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo sit at the tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. The towns themselves are mostly given over to luxury hotels and boisterous nightlife, but the surrounding landscape is characterised by arid arroyos, bristly cacti and rocky coastal outcrops.
Chile: Magdalena Island
Magdalena Island, situated in the Straits of Magellan to the north of Punta Arenas, is home to a huge colony of Magellanic penguins. There are some 150,000 penguins crowded on to this little island, along with various other seabirds including skuas, terns and cormorants.
Mexico: Laguna San Ignacio
Arriving in San Diego
Laid-back, friendly and blessed with near-perfect weather all year round, San Diego is one of America's most likeable cities. Enjoy a stroll through Balboa Park, dotted with beautiful Spanish Renaissance-style architecture, take a whale watching trip along the coast, or sample the nightlife of the trendy Gaslamp Quarter. The swells of Mission Beach and Pacific Beach attract a surfer crowd, while the Old Town has a strong Hispanic influence thanks to the city's proximity to the Mexican border. There are also plenty of family-friendly attractions, including Legoland, SeaWorld and the famous San Diego Zoo.
Spend time in the historic Gaslamp Quarter, and stop off at one of the rooftop bars for excellent views. Then to Balboa Park – one of the best in the world.
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Our favourite San Diego hotel
It’s about 20 miles north of central San Diego, but we have to recommend the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
If you are here in the summer or autumn, take the opportunity to go and find a blue whale leaving from San Diego’s Big Bay.