Monday, December 12, 2005
It's Whale Watching Season in Hawaii
Humpback whale watching season in Hawaii runs from the middle of December through the middle of April, and whale watching cruises are available on all of the Hawaiian Islands. To view whales from shore, look for spouts of water, and then look for fins and tails in the same area. If you are very lucky, you might see a whale jumping out of the water. December through April is the season for viewing Humpback whales in Hawaii, but you can see other species of whales all year, including pilot whales, sperm whales, killer whales, beaked whales, and melon head whales.
Whale Watching Cruises in Hawaii Hawaii Humpback Whale Marine Sanctuary PBS Special on Humpback Whales
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