Maui Whale Watching is what we do!
Maui’s whale watching season is approaching once again, join us aboard one of our high speed eco rafts for the experience of a lifetime. Our main whale watch Captain follows the whales from his summer home in Alaska to captain our whale watches here on Maui. If you are planning a vacation during you winter break don’t forget Maui’s whale watch season is from December through May. Maui’s winters are pleasantly mild but dont let a cloudy or rainy day keep you from going out Maui whale watching. Sometimes a cloudy day is the best whale watching weather. The whales don’t care if it is raining and you will often find that there are fewer other tours around. Many of the activities around Maui are pretty weather dependant. You may find yourself in your hotel room looking out at a gloomy day and not wanting to waste the day indoors. The beach isn’t much fun under a drizzle. You could spend the day shopping and dining or save a few bucks and experience Maui’s humpback whales. The past few days have been overcast with the ocassional showers and we have had some spectacular whale watches. To experience these gentle giants without the bright suns glare and warmth can feel more intimate. Grab your raincoat and camera and head down to slip 8 in Lahaina harbor. Almost every day in Maui has perfect whale watching weather, including a blustery grey day. You can also browse our website and select and book your perfect trip. Cloudy days are good whale watching weather as well as being nice for snorkeling.
Book your Maui Whale Watching tour before August 31st and save.