Whale Watching Tours In Hawaii
How do I see whales in Hawaii?
Whale-watching tours let you see Hawaii’s humpbacks for yourself. Regulations forbid boats from approaching within 100 yards of a whale, but you’ll still get close enough to marvel at these magnificent creatures. You can whale watch from every island, but the calm, clear waters of the Auau Channel between Maui, Molokai and Lanai may be one of the best places in the world to see Hawaii’s humpbacks.
The humpback is still on the endangered species list, but efforts to protect these gentle giants have increased their overall population. In fact, Hawaii’s humpback whale population may have doubled over the last ten years. Roughly 6,000 to 8,000 humpback whales visit Hawaii each year and current studies may increase those estimates. Because of this, there may never have been a better time to go whale watching in Hawaii.
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