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Information on Whale Watching

Information on Whale Watching

A two-hour whale watching trip may not be enough to satisfy your curiosity about these marine mammals. You may want to go on a couple of different trips during your holidays (Whale watching season hits its peak in February). Many types of boats offer whale watching. Large ones provide stability on the ocean. Some have upper decks for greater viewing capacity. Rafts, or zodiacs, are more adventurous, more intimate and give more of a 'whale-eye' view of the surroundings. Whale watching by kayak is the best way to get close and personal with Maui's largest visitors. Morning is usually the best time for whale watching on Maui. The ocean is flat, making the whales easier to spot. Zodiac rafts are extremely exciting but not recommended for pregnant women or those with bad backs. Children love whale watching! The price for kids is usually half the adult fare.

Hotels, Resorts, and Condos on Maui


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Things to do on Maui

Biking Down Haleakala
Land Tour to Hana
Luaus on Maui
Maui Horseback Rides
Maui Submarines & Glass-Bottom Boats
Eco Adventures - Skyline Eco Adventures
Maui Snorkeling
Maui Dinner Cruises
Kayaking on Maui
Whale Watching
Maui Helicopter Tours & Fixed Wing Flights

Maui Resort Areas

Kaanapali
Napili
Kihei
Hana
Lahaina
Wailea
Kapalua
Makena
Kahana
Kahului