Baja Jones Adventure Travel
Gray Whales & Blue Whales

Rub noses with a gray whale,  Pet a Giant Panda BearSnorkel with a shark, Walk a Tiger on a leash!, Walk in the footsteps of Gorillas

The Gray Whale Advocate
Dedicated to the POSITIVE advocacy for the Gray whale species
On line since 1995.   Within the pages of this website you will find everything you could want to know about Gray whales and about whale watching.  Want to Pet a Whale?  We will show you how.  Dedicated to promoting knowledge of the Gray Whale species and the environment in which these whales live.  This website contains hundreds of   individual webpages.

Whale watching brings people and whales together and promotes awareness of the dangers that the different whale species face today.  In this website you will find truthful, factual information, not biased by greed or by  personal interests other than a deep love and respect for the Gray whales.  Here you will also find whale watching trips and whale information about Gray Whales, Blue Whales, Humpbacks, Narwhals and more.

Click here to email Baja Jones

2017 Baja Winter Whale Watching Schedule

View our new & upscale seaside whale safari camp 

Baja whale watching has been our passion and our focus for more than 20 years.

Join our 3 generation whale watching family as we experience the world's best whale watching.


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 Baja Jones Adventures & Jones Adventures

Whale watching around the world.  Baja Jones is the only sponsor of this, the world's largest gray whale information website.  Join our sponsor on a whale watching trip.
     Baja Jones Adventures offers 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 & 13 day whale watching trips to Laguna Ojo de Liebre (formerly known as Scammon's Lagoon).  Trips that include San Ignacio Lagoon. Trips to Magdalena Bay as well. To get to these remote, but exciting, locations we offer several different type of trip.
     All inclusive trip prices beginning at $1,395.  As always there is
No Single Supplement charged for these trips!   Check out all the trips on our Schedule Page.
     Our standard is the five day trip.  You can join us as we drive south from San Diego in nearly new 15 passenger vans.   Or you can fly into Loreto on the Sea of Cortez and then make a much shorter ride across the peninsula to Laguna Ojo de Liebre.
   Nobody offers more departure dates, more variety of types of trips or more ways of getting to the whales.  And nobody else in the world offers a trip like our Rub noses with a wild whale trip.  NOBODY can match that!
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There is no experience in the world like looking a wild whale in the eye, then reaching out and gently rubbing her face while she lays on her side with her pressed against the side of our small launch.  You can count the hairs that sparsely dot her face like whiskers on an adolescent teenager.
Students ! !  Click here for serious report information.  Have whale questions? 
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  Keith Jones - Adventures with Wild Animals

If you're planning a whale watching trip to see gray whales, whether to Baja or off the California or Oregon coast, you need this book along with you. 

The only book with maps of all the whale nurseries and almost 100 full color photos of the gray whales in their winter home in Baja California Sur, Mexico.  Migration, birth, babies, whale watching tips, parasites, mating, jumping, and anything else you might want to know about Gray Whales.

Ever see a whale barnacle?  The eye of a whale Up close?

On sale now at

Gray Whales My Twenty Years Of Discovery
Print or Ebook versions

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Click on image above to view our new flyer.

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This is our site entry page.  For precise whale watching information go to our Whale watching in baja page.  You can also email keith for one on one communication with our head guide and naturalist.    This site is very large.  Feel free to ask us questions if you have difficulty locating answers. 
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   Gray whales of Baja

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We made the video to the right some years ago, for a travel show DVD. We are currently going through our videos in order to create a new video that shows off the great whale watching we encounter on our trips and our new Safari Whale Camp. While we were reviewing this video, we decided to put it up on the web for a bit, so people could take another look, or even a first look. If you have traveled with us in the past and recognize any of the clips, send us an email, we would love to hear from you. Enjoy this video of our trips and check back for our new video later this year.


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Join our leader as he travels to China to work with pandas in a Panda preserve.  Walk the Great Wall,  see the famous life sized terra cotta army & so much more. Spend 4 days working inside of a panda preserve with the Chinese panda experts! Click here for info.


           Here's some facts about Baja Jones Adventure trips:   Since 1996 every person who has traveled with Keith on a whale watching trip, anywhere in the world, has observed whales every whale watch day. Since 1998 every group on a 5 or 6 day gray whale trip has had the opportunity to touch a wild whale.  No other whale tour operator anywhere in the world can come close to matching this record.
Main gray whale watching page                        Blue whales of Loreto                         Narwhals of Baffin Island, Canada                       about Baja Jones                         contact info for Baja Jones             

Dedicated to educating the world about the whales and about the environment in which the whales live.  We believe that truth is important and strive to remove mythconceptions and half truths from the writings about whales 

Anyone who would like to comment or make suggestions, feel free to contact me at

The contents of this site, both the photographs and the editorial copy, are copyright Keith E. Jones 2015.  This means you cannot use the photos without permission.  However permission is hereby granted to any individual who wishes to use photos or editorial copy as part of an educational report or study, as long as you list this publication in your bibliography.  For commercial and editorial uses contact me by email and I will respond promptly. 

Webmasters, I welcome your use of my photos.  I have two requirements.
1.    Contact me and I will email you the image you want to use or you may download them from our website.
2.    You must place a clickable link to either this page or to The link must be on or immediately adjacent to the photo.
3.  You must print the copyright information somewhere on the same webpage as the image appears.  It should read Copyright 2009, Keith Jones.
If you use the images in an email newsletter the same requirements apply.   For printed publications contact us and we will give you our requirements.

copyright 2015, Keith Jones
No images may be used without written permission of copyright holder
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