See the Humpbacks of Maui
No trip is complete without whale watching in Maui. Whale watching is one of the most exciting Maui activities. The waters of West and South Maui are quiet and tranquil, making the visibility of the Humpback whale easy to spot. Each year, over a thousand Humpback whales migrate from the cool waters of Alaska to the warm waters of the Hawaiian Islands. Prime whale watching in Maui is from December to April. They come to birth their young and find their mates. Most of the Humpbacks that travel to Hawaii end up in the waters of Maui. From the comfort of our Kahana condo rentals, you can observe the whales as they frolic through the surf, breaching, and slapping their tails against the water.
For those looking to venture out from our shore, there are plenty of chartered tours within close proximity to the property. Below are a few we recommend:
Trilogy is known as the oldest Hawaiian outfitter for guided whale watching tours, Trilogy provides world class whale watching in Lahaina, Kaanapali and Maalaea.
Ultimate whale watching guarantees whale sightings with up close and personal photo opportunities.
For other excursions, we recommend Tom Barefoot Tours.