Maui: Calypso Whale Watch

The two-hour Calypso whale watch is one of the most thrilling family-friendly Maui activities! From December 24th through April 15th, climb aboard our boat, and make your way to the
2 Hours
Maui, Wailuku

Maui: Whale Watching

“Hokua,” the most exciting charter vessel located at Ma’alaea Harbor, is a 40-foot power catamaran specifically built for our unique Hawaiian waters. She is Coast Guard-certified to carry up to
2 Hours
Maui

Whales Guaranteed 2-Hr Whale Watch (Dec.-April) – Waianae Harbor

If you don't see whales on any of our "WHALE WATCH"-specific trips, come back again 1 more time for free! (Rerides only, no refunds). Every December through April, thousands of Humpback whales
2 Hours
Waianae

Hawaii Nautical – Whales Guaranteed Morning – 2 Hours – (Dec.-April) (Waikiki)

Available daily when in-season, DECEMBER through APRIL, sailing catamaran Whales Guaranteed: If you don't see whales on any of our "WHALE WATCH"-specific trips, come back again 1 more time for free! (Rerides
2 Hours
Ala Moana

Whales Guaranteed Afternoon – 1.5 Hours – (Dec.-April) (Waikiki)

Available daily in-season, DECEMBER thru APRIL, aboard a sailing catamaran.  Whales Guaranteed: If you don't see whales on any of our "WHALE WATCH"-specific trips, come back again 1 more time for
1.5 Hours
Ala Moana

Catamaran Sail & Snorkel Tour – Afternoon Sail

Snorkeling Itinerary Dolphin and Seasonal Whale Watching During your shoreline sail, your friendly and knowledgeable captain and crew will be on the lookout for a viewing encounter with the playful
4.5 Hours
Ko Olina

Catamaran Sail & Snorkel Tour – Morning Tour

Snorkeling Itinerary Dolphin and Seasonal Whale Watching During your shoreline sail, your friendly and knowledgeable captain and crew will be on the lookout for a viewing encounter with the playful
4.5 Hours
Ko Olina

Whale Tour Haleiwa – North Shore

Get away from the crowds and the hustle and bustle of Waikiki and take a ride to the country side to see our Humpback Whales as they migrate from Alaska.
1.5 Hours
North Shore (Haleiwa)

Premier Whale Watch Cruise

Join us on Hawaii’s most popular whale watch cruise! The STAR’s 60’ high observation deck offers 360° views and the most outdoor space. Most whale activities, with narration, handout, keiki
Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 8
Available

Early Bird Whale Watch & Breakfast

All the contents of our Early Bird Whale Watch Cruise, plus tasty Hot Breakfast Buffet featuring Hot Items of Scrambled Eggs, Sausage and Steamed White Rice, Assorted Fresh Fruit, Muffins and
Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 8
Available

Early Bird Whale Watch

Start your day with whales aboard the Star of Honolulu®! Four walk-around decks and three types of stabilizers offer the most comfortable setting, plus narration and Whale Guarantee! Our certified
Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 8
Available

Premier Whale Watch Cruise & Lunch

All the contents of our Premier Whale Watch Cruise, plus our fabulous Taste of Hawaii Buffet featuring Carving Station of USDA Choice Top Round Grade Roast Beef, Local Favorites Teriyaki Chicken,
Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 8
Lunch

Whale Watch – Waianae

Come see the Humpback Whales in their natural habitat on the Whale Watchtour! Humpback Whales migrate to the Hawaiian Islands during the winter months Mid-December to March. The humpback whales come
3 hours
Waianae

Best Whale Watching Tour Experiences in Hawaii

Every winter North Pacific Humpback Whales navigate their way to Hawaii from Alaska as part of their natural migration. These animals can weigh up to 40 ton and they are some of the largest whales in the world! What makes Humpback Whales so amazing to see in the wild is their very graceful acrobatics. They have a tendency to breach, especially as they are migrating, and this can have the animal push an astonishing 40% of their body out of the water!

The peak season to go whale watching in Hawaii is between January to March. The whales can be found in the waters between November up until May but spotting a whale out in some of the channels is much higher in frequency from January to March.

Various whale watching tours can locate the whales, as well as provide education about the history of Humpbacks in Hawaii and their migration all the way from Alaska down into the Gulf of Mexico.