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Campo Ramon is a small and simple eco camp on San Ignacio Lagoon, situated very close to the grey whale’s breaching site.

The camp is composed of six twin walk-in tents, each with comfortable camp beds and bedding. There are two toilet facilities, with two solar-heated showers (the entire camp is run on solar power).

A beachside lounging area is equipped with hammocks, chairs and a camp fire, providing the perfect place to unwind under the stars, after an exhilarating day's whale watching.

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Key info

  • Available*: Feb-Mar * The dates shown are when the accommodation is generally available. Please enquire for specific availability.

Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Monarch Butterflies & Grey Whale Migration

Combine two extraordinary wildlife events: witness hundreds of grey whales arriving at their breeding grounds in the warm waters of Baja and enjoy their inquisitive and playful antics; then observe millions of monarch butterflies filling the sky as they arrive in Mexico for their winter hibernation.

  • When to go: Feb-Mar
  • Duration inc. flights: 10 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £5,175 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
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San Ignacio Lagoon

San Ignacio Lagoon is located in the Mexican province of Baja California and is one of the winter sanctuaries of the eastern Pacific grey whale. Here, males and females congregate looking for mates and newborn calves prepare themselves for the long journey north to their summer feeding grounds in the Arctic.

  • Where: West coast
  • Ideal for viewing: grey whale, Cape pygmy owl, Harris hawk, leatherback turtle, olive ridley turtle
  • Excellent for: Wildlife festivals, Whale watching