This was our third trip to Baja on Safari Quest. It has become our favorite cruise vessel. Large enough to find solitude, small enough to culture new relationships. The accommodations are first rate from the memory foam beds to the heated bath room floors. The A level room have a sliding door to enjoy the cool night on the Sea of Cortez.
This is an all inclusive trip. Food prepared by an outstanding Chef with fresh bread and pastries made daily. Wine with all meal and drinks to relax after a long day of excursions which may include hiking, mule rides, kayaking, chasing whales and dolphin in zodiacs,swimming with sea lions or just sitting still in a pod of whales while they bubble net, tail slap, breach, spy hop and simply circle you for an hour. Adventure is always at hand.
The naturalist are well educated and are willing to try anything the group wants. They and the rest of the crew may pitch in to assure you have the ultimate adventures.
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well acquainted with the waters and find the most that is out there and then reroute the cruise to give you time with nature. There are few if any real ports of call, just one provisioning stop. Nights are spent in quiet anchorages and afford great star gazing.
Offered from December to March ensures temperate weather and usually a dry trip.
You meet the most interesting fellow travelers with a wide variety of backgrounds. you get to share the bridge with the Captain and gain a whole new perspective on what it take to create the perfect cruise.
As far as value, we have always looked at out expeditions as a bargain for what we got and the way we were treated. Less
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