From May to November, the bay is the home to the magnificent whale shark, the largest of all fishes. These gentle giants can reach 30 feet in length, but are not dangerous to humans since they eat tiny life forms such as krill, and have a baleen, not teeth. They seem to like swimmers and kayakers, and you can interact with them freely. There are few places left that permit swimming with the whale sharks, but Bahia de los Angeles is one of them. Take advantage of the opportunity while you can. The whale sharks are easily reached, and the water in the bay is usually calm and flat, so even less experienced swimmers can participate. It is a chance of a lifetime, and this is the best place on earth to do it.
There is so much to do and see in and around Bahia de los Angeles, that you will probably have to make several trips to see it all. There are all the normal water sports at the Villa itself, and many sites to be seen in the village or within a short drive. You can choose from just relaxing, or be more active and go exploring for all to be seen in the desert, the mountains, or the islands in the bay.