Thursday, March 12, 2009

Whale Watching in San Diego!

Whale Watching Season is Upon Us!

Tourists and locals made their way to Seaport Village and along the Embarcadero for a glimpse of the 30 foot gray whale that wound up in San Diego Bay on Tuesday, March 11th. Many believe that the whale may be lost during its first migration from Alaska to Baja California. However, experts say that it is not uncommon for a whale to end up in San Diego Bay, and it will eventually find its way back to open water. What better time to take a trip to San
Diego to witness this natural wonder?

For more whale watching excitement, climb aboard Hornblower Cruises Whale Watching Adventure, a narrated 31/2 hour tour through the San Diego Harbor. Featuring spectacular close up views of the California gray whale, dolphins, seals and much more! Tours are offered at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily. To purchase tickets please visit SDGO's Web site!

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