My wife are both biologists who've worked & traveled extensively on 4 continents in search of cool natural history encounters, and this is hands-down one of the best experiences we've ever had. We went out in mid-April - a bit late - but whales were still around. Probably best to inquire before going down if not in the peak season (Feb-March). Still, we just showed up with no reservation and went out...and had lots of incredible close encounters with very curious mother whales & calves. It is an incredibly beautiful setting as well - a great place to hang out on shore & watch shorebirds. Road to Pachico's is not bad, but pretty washboarded - could be done in 2WD vehicle without problem if you drive slow.
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