If you haven’t been to Hawaii, or Maui, to whale watch… WHY NOT?
It’s the best trip you’ll ever take in your life.
Hawaii is the island to go to watch Humpback Whales. You can sit in a beautiful breakfast hut on the shore, and watch whales splash out of the water (they’ll even ring the bell when a whale is sighted). It’s a miraculous thing indeed.
So when is the best time to head to Hawaii?
Here are the high times to spot them, and the lows:
- January – High
- February – High
- March – High
- April – Medium
- May – Low
- June – None
- July – None
- August – None
- September – None
- October – None
- November – Low
- December – Medium
Now, Where are the best places to see whales in Hawaii?
I would say Maui, hands down. But there are many places around the 5 islands to explore and view these tremendous creatures:
- The north and west coasts of Kauai
- The north shores of Oahu
- The areas between Molokai, Lanai and Maui
- The areas north of Kona, and up the Kohala Coast