We stayed in Guerrero Negro for 2 nights, and had a couple more excursions besides the whale-watching trips. On the first evening, we went on a short jaunt over to the water to see a little bit of how they make so much salt here. Water sits in ponds, and when it evaporates, it leaves the salt behind.
We also saw a couple of beautiful birds, a Great Egret -
And something else. (You can tell I'm not much of a birder...)
Then the next morning we went on a tour of the salt works - the largest in the world!
Loading up the salt into huge trucks -
To take it over where it is loaded onto barges via a very long moving belt.
While we were there, we saw hundreds of these birds fly in.
We also got to see a skeleton of a whale.
The following morning, we started our trip back north. We stopped for lunch at a unique restaurant near San Quintin, where I got to see a shark jump through the dock and grab this poor little sea lion! (Yeah, right...)
We also got a nice shot of our group, with our guide, Bonifacio, on the right. It was a great group!