Discover the raw beauty and incredible wildlife of the Sea of Cortez on an island-hopping adventure cruise from expedition cruise and travel specialist, Mundy Adventures.
The Sea of Cortez, which lies just south of California, was described by underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau as “the world’s aquarium” and boasts an astonishing array of wildlife including dolphins, blue, fin, sei, orca and sperm whales, grey whales, dolphins, mantas, sea lions, sea turtles, oarfish, boobies, frigate birds and lizards. On this seven-night cruise round trip from San Jose del Cabo, guests will kayak in glassy coves; hike along cactus-clad rims and desert scrub; snorkel alongside playful sea lions and colourful coral; and view gray and humpback whales.
The cruise takes place on the 64-guest Safari Voyager which features 33 spacious en-suite staterooms with wide panoramic windows; a comfortable lounge boasting a 270 degree view; an elegant dining room where guests can enjoy delicious meals made from locally-sourced fresh ingredients reflecting the flavours of the destination; library; fitness equipment; and yoga classes.
Starting in San Jose del Cabo, the cruise will visit Bahia Agua Verde, Baja California Sur, Ensenada Grande, Gordo Banks, Isla San Francisco, Isla Santa Catalina and Los Islotes before finishing back in San Jose del Cabo.
There are 13 departures between January and March 2015 with prices from £3,635 per person including return flights from London to San Jose del Cabo (via Los Angeles), overnight stay in Los Angeles, overseas transfers, two nights at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort and seven nights onboard the Safari Voyager including all meals, premium spirits, wines and beer onboard, port taxes, kayaking and small boat exploration, onboard expert Expedition Leaders and Guides.
For reservations and further information call Mundy Adventures on 020 7399 7630 or visit www.mundyadventures.co.uk
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