Each year, between July and October, almost 700 specimens of the humpback whale visit
Ballena Marine National Park, which results in a migration about an 18,000-km distance.
It's not the food that attracts our whales! The warm (energy saving) and shallow (less
visited by predators, such as sharks and orcas) water is ideal for mating and birthing. For 4
months, the baby whales will learn the whale's ''ba-ba''. The humpback whale (up to 17
meters long, from 30 to 40 tons) surprises visitors with its majestic breaches and spouts of
water caused by breathing. The national park is extraordinarily characterized by a strip of
land in the shape of a whale's tail and is the first Latin American Marine Park.