Las Ventanas al Paraiso Introduces Whale Safari and Other Experiences

Guests can fly by private jet and helicopter to a breeding ground for gray whales By: Kendall McKinven
Visitors can spot humpback whales on a “safari” in Baja. // © 2015 iStock
Visitors can spot humpback whales on a “safari” in Baja. // © 2015 iStock

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Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort
www.rosewoodhotels.com

Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort, in Los Cabos, recently announced its winter 2016 Once in a Lifetime Experiences — curated activities that are exclusively available to the resort’s guests.

One such experience, a Whale Safari, will take place in February. The two-day excursion begins with a private jet flight to Loreto, followed by a helicopter ride to San Ignacio Lagoon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s last breeding grounds for gray whales. There, guests will have the opportunity to witness the “Big Three” — blue whales, gray whales and humpback whales — as they migrate in the waters of Baja California Sur.

The Las Ventanas’ Whale Safari is just one of many upcoming Once in a Lifetime Experiences; others include a scuba-diving trip in the Sea of Cortez and a beauty experience in partnership with Italian luxury brand Bulgari.

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