Maui Whale Watching Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Spotting the Pacific's Best Acrobats — Uprooted Traveler (2022)

What could possibly be more majestic than seeing a creature the size of a school bus jump out of the ocean and slap its 60,000 pound body against the surface, before disappearing below- all with the gorgeous Hawaiian islands as the backdrop?

During certain parts of the year, Maui is one of the best places on earth to spot humpback whales- so if you want a front row seat to one of Mother Nature’s most dazzling shows during your time on the island, here’s 10 things you should know about Maui whale watching to make your experience as epic as possible!

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1. Winter is the best season for whale watching on Maui.

While you can catch certain whales in Maui’s waters year-round, the best time to see humpbacks is November through May (with peak season mid-January through March), when 10,000-12,000 whales migrate from the chilly Arctic waters of Alaska to the warm lagoons of Hawai’i to breed, calve, and raise their young.

My husband, Justin, and I visited in mid-January and I can’t believe how many amazing whales we saw. At one point, there were two whales from separate pods around our boat, each jumping out of the water and competing for our attention at the same time (did it make me cry from being so overwhelmed by how majestic these creatures are? Yes, yes, it did).

In fact, all of the pictures you see in this article were captured on that one trip alone! If you happen to be visiting Maui at this time, you’re basically required to go see some whales- it was definitely one of the highlights of our trip!

If you visit outside of this window, you will likely be able to find a company that still operates whale watching tours, but your chance of seeing whales is pretty low- and the tour company won’t guarantee the sightings (unlike how they usually do during the migration season).

Fun fact: While the humpbacks obviously love Hawai’i’s waters, the adults actually don’t eat anything during their stay and exist solely off of their blubber they’ve built up in Alaska- their usual diet of krill and copepods is not found here. The babies, on the other hand, eat quite a bit- drinking up to 158 gallons of their mother’s milk per day!

2. Humpbacks are culturally significant to Native Hawaiians.

Humpbacks, or kohola in Hawaiian, are more than just a gentle giant- they’re also an important part of Hawaiian history and culture, playing a role in a story of creation and can be found in ancient petroglyphs on several of the islands. Plus, given that many of the world’s humpbacks are born in these very waters, many Hawaiians treat their annual migration here as a homecoming of sorts. Some Native Hawaiians also believe that aumakua (deified ancestors who take the form of animals) may take the form of humpbacks, so these enormous creatures are treated here with the utmost reverence.

3. Maui is the best Hawaiian island for whale watching.

While you can see whales off all the Hawaiian islands, Maui is the best one for it, given that the shallow Auau Channel, between Maui, Molokai, and Lanai, provides one of the highest concentrations of humpback whales on the planet during the winter months. Beyond just having warm cozy waters (perfect for a humpback whale nursery!), scientists believe that whales love this area so much, given the low amount of natural predators, the human-imposed protections around the Hawaiian Islands (the area is designated as the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary), and the high visibility of the water. The Auau channel is located on the western side of the island, with most tours departing from the town of Lahaina (although some tours also depart from Kihei or Māʻalaea).

We made Lahaina our homebase during our stay on the island and I’d highly recommend doing the same- it has a cute little downtown area and it was very convenient being so close to where a lot of the activities we did (including the whale watching tour!) were located. If you’re looking for places to stay in Lahaina, I’d recommend checking out the Napili Sunset Beachfront Resort, The Mauian Hotel, and Aston Kaanapali Shores for clean and modern accommodations at a reasonably affordable rate (or as affordable as Maui gets anyway!).

4. You can see whales from shore on Maui’s leeward side.

If you’re on a budget or just don’t want to go on a full-blown whale watching tour, you have a decent shot of seeing whales from the shores of Maui’s southwestern side. Note that you may hear this referred to as the “leeward” side, which relates to the direction of the tradewinds- people LOVE to talk like sailors in Hawai’i! While your view of whales from the shore won’t be the best, you may be able to catch some spouts (when they expel air from their blowhole, causing surface water to shoot up) or some tail-slapping, even at a distance. Some of the best places to watch from shore are:

Want to have a better shot of seeing the whales from shore? Bring along some binoculars (which have the added bonus of really upping your *distinguished sailor* vibes).

5. But you’ll have a much better chance- and a better view- if you take a boat tour.

Whales tend to swim at least a couple miles offshore, so it’s no surprise you’ll have a better chance of getting a closer look from a boat- plus you’ll benefit from having a naturalist on board who can answer all of your burning questions about the fifth largest species of whale. But, with all of the options for tours, it can be hard to pick which one is right for you!

One of the benefits of going with a tour is that the naturalist will usually put a hydrophone underwater, which lets you hear the whales’ beautiful songs!

Ranging from group tours with hundreds of people (usually costing around $40 per person) to bougie and intimate sailing excursions with champagne toasts (costing well over $100 per person), there’s something out there for everyone:

  • The most common type of tour is on a catamaran, which can hold groups of up to 150 people. While these are generally one of the most affordable options (starting around $40 per person and up), it can also be the most impersonal, given that they’re usually guided by a captain and naturalist speaking over a microphone and loudspeaker.

This was the option my husband and I went with Pacwhale Eco Adventures. We selected this company, given that all profits go to support their sister company, Pacific Whale Foundation, a legit nonprofit dedicated to the research and conservation of whales, dolphins, and other marine life. I was SO impressed by their knowledgeable and friendly staff and would highly recommend booking through them- if you’re looking for a snorkeling tour, they offer some of those as well!

  • If you’re looking for a more intimate whale-watching experience, sailboats typically hold 60 people or less and often come with more upscale perks, like open bars or free breakfast. One of the best options for this is Sail Maui.

  • On a raft tour (like a Zodiac), you’ll be with an even tinier group, usually less than 20 people and can cover more ground (well… water), given the rafts’ peppy speeds. That being said, it can be a pretty bumpy ride and can be uncomfortable for those with back and neck problems. For these tours, check out Redline Rafting Co.

  • Kayaking or canoeing in an outrigger allows you to both get some stellar exercise in- and have a much more personal experience with a whale! You’ll obviously be much more limited in where you can go on one of these tours, but your guides will bring you to spots where you’ll have the best chance of seeing whales and provide you a unique, adrenaline-pumping experience. Check out this tour and this tour for this option.

  • There’s even some scuba diving tours, like this one, that take certified divers to seek out where you’re likely to see a whale. Hearing the whales’ songs underwater is supposed to intensely vibrate your whole body- sounds incredible!

Whether you’re kayaking, canoeing, snorkeling, or in any kind of boat, always be sure to stay at least 100 yards away from whales at all times. And that’s not just to protect these magnificent creatures- it’s actually required under U.S. federal law.

6. Schedule a morning whale watch if you can- the earlier, the better.

Booking an early morning cruise has a ton of benefits:

  • Many companies offer a discount for their earlier morning cruises to entice you out of bed. Embarrassingly, this is probably the primary reason I booked our tour that departed at 6:30 AM- but I’m so glad that I did!

  • Remember how I said I went on a catamaran tour, which is typically the cheapest but most crowded option? Our early morning tour was on a weekend, during Maui’s busiest tourist season AND during the height of whale-watching season- and still only had less than 30 people on our 150-person boat. So, chances are much better you’ll be able to move around the boat with ease and not have to fight with strangers for the best view if you’re willing to set your alarm clock just a few hours earlier.

  • You’ll get to see the sunrise over Maui from the water on your way out, which, I can confirm, is a spectacular way to wake up.

  • The typical trade winds of Maui make it so that the waves are typically calm in the morning and more choppy later in the day (although, of course, it’s different every day). Not only will it be more challenging to spot whales in the afternoons’ rougher waters, but you also have a higher chance of getting seasick.

  • If you’re a photography enthusiast like me, the lighting is spectacular in the morning- soft, glowy golden light, as opposed to the harsh lighting of the midday sun (this also makes it easier to spot the whales without the glare on the water).

While I’m all about the early morning cruises, there’s no such thing as a bad time to go whale watching (except at night, given that, you know, you have to be able to see and all). Whales are not more active at any particular time of the day, so if an afternoon tour is what works with your schedule, don’t let that dissuade you.

7. Book a tour towards the beginning of your trip.

Almost all tour operators will guarantee seeing a whale during the wintertime- meaning, if you return from your tour without seeing one, you can rebook another tour for free within a certain period (usually a year). While you’ll almost certainly see a whale if you visit during the migration period (these guys don’t stay in business by giving out a bunch of free tours!), I’d recommend booking your trip at the very beginning of your time in Maui, so you’ll have an opportunity to reschedule if needed.

8. Let your ears help you spot whales.

While you’re on the boat, everyone is going to be on whale-spotting duty, scanning the water for signs of activity. But it’s not uncommon for you to actually hear a whale before you see one- like when they’re at the surface, blowing all of the air out of their lungs (which is generally the size of a small vehicle) through a hole smaller than a dinner plate.

Note that, most of the time when you see a whale blowing like that (also called “spouting”), they usually are just taking a breath at the surface, only to dive into the depths of the ocean immediately afterwards for at least 45 minutes (a telltale sign of a diving whale is when their tail is fully and evenly out of the water). So you’re mostly going to want to keep an eye (and ear!) out instead for surface active whales, who might be displaying behaviors like slapping their fins or tails or, of course, breaching, when they acrobatically launch their 30+ ton bodies out of the water.

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These types of surface behaviors not only make sounds that humans can hear, but also the creatures underwater. While scientists aren’t sure why whales display a lot of their behaviors, it’s believed that many of these activities are linked to communicating with other whales around them, like alerting others to predators or attracting a mate.

9. Treat the boat like a clock.

Most captains will treat their boats like a clock, with the bow being 12 o’clock and the stern being 6 o’clock. Letting the captain know you saw a whale at “4 o’clock” is much more helpful than gesturing wildly to the expansive open sea and yelling “I saw something over there!”.

On a similar note, be sure to keep an eye out not just towards the front of the ship, but all around the ship (including the back). Whales can pop up out of the water anywhere- and actually have a propensity of diving under and coming up towards the back of ships.

10. Here’s some things to make sure are on your Hawaii packing list that will make your whale-watching experience as awesome as possible.

  • Seasickness meds, if you tend to have problems with motion

  • A light waterproof jacket (like like this one for men and this one for women), especially if you go in the cooler mornings

  • Reef-safe sunscreen- you’ll be spending at least a couple of hours directly in the sun

  • A good camera with a zoom lens (we use this camera with this lens)- definitely not a necessity but we wouldn’t have been able to get all of the awesome photos in this post without ours!

  • Drybag, if you’re going in a raft, kayak, or canoe, to keep your belongings dry

  • Binoculars, especially if you’re going outside of the main whale watching season, to help you see mammoth creatures that are farther away better

  • Cash to tip the naturalists and captain on your tour

Now get out there and see some whales. Have any questions about Maui whale watching? Drop me a line in the comments below!

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FAQs

What is the best month to see whales in Maui? ›

Whale sightings in Maui typically occur between November and May. The best months to see whales is usually between mid-January and March as this is considered peak whalewatching season. On occasion, we will have our first whale sighting as early as October or late September.

What is the best time of day to go whale watching in Maui? ›

Anytime is the best time! But, if you're looking for the best scenic times, early morning or sunset is considered prime. 11 am to 3 pm yields the best overhead light.

What side of Maui is best for whale watching? ›

Generally, whales prefer calm, warm water (kind of like people!) so they're definitely more attracted to certain parts of each island. On Maui, the south side beaches (Kihei and Wailea) and west side (especially Kapalua) are the best areas to see them.

Are whales more active in the morning or afternoon in Maui? ›

The good news is that humpback whales are not on our schedule. They do not have specific periods of time for rest or play, rather whales have intervals of activity throughout the day! This means you can whale watch in Maui sunrise to sunset!

What time of day are whales more active? ›

Whales are never diurnal, but they can be crepuscular. This means they are most active during twilight hours which are both before sunrise and after sunset.

Is it better to go whale watching in the morning or afternoon? ›

One of the reasons that the morning time is the best time of day for whale watching has to do with weather and ocean conditions. The wind is a key player when it comes to smooth seas, and morning trips often have less wind.

What is the cheapest month to go to Maui? ›

January is the cheapest time to fly to Maui. Flights are 20% cheaper than the yearly average when you fly to Maui in January, based on 2 years of historical flight data analyzed by Skyscanner. February is the second cheapest month to fly to Maui.

What month is the best for whale watching? ›

Summer Whale Watching (June, July, August):

The Summer months are the best months to witness the world's largest animal…the BLUE WHALE! Southern California is the best place in the world to look for a Blue Whale as they seek the nutritious krill that allows them to grow to their epic size.

Where do you see the most whales in Maui? ›

The best place to see whales in Maui is the Maui Nui Basin. It's estimated that more than half of the humpback whale population migrates to the Maui Nui Basin for breeding every winter. The Maui Nui Basin refers to the waters between Maui, Lanai, and Kaho'olawe and is a protected sanctuary for the whales.

What month is best for whale watching in Hawaii? ›

The best time for whale watching is December through April!

By the end of November, around the Thanksgiving holiday, we have more regular whale sightings and guaranteed humpback whale sightings for tours starting December 1st every year.

Can you see whales in Maui from shore? ›

In fact, there are plenty of areas on Maui where humpbacks can frequently be seen from the shore during whale season. The scenic McGregor Point lookout west of Maalaea and the beaches of Kaanapali, Kihei and Wailea are also great spots to see whales.

Do whales sleep at night? ›

Unlike most dolphins who often hunt for their prey at night, most whales can often sleep throughout the night.

When can you see sea turtles in Maui? ›

You can see the sea turtles in Maui at any time of the year! However, the best time to see sea turtles in Maui is probably in the summer, when the water is warm and calm with plenty of other aquatic creatures to view. You'll often spot turtles swimming near the seashore or basking on the beaches of Maui.

How can you tell an orca? ›

All cetaceans have dorsal fins or ridges, but the size, shape, and location on their backs differ. Gray whales have small dorsal ridges, while orcas have pronounced triangular fins that can grow to over 6 feet high on males.

Do you get wet while whale watching? ›

Waterproof Clothing

Unless you are on a cruise ship, you are likely to get wet during whale watching. Consider investing in waterproof trousers as well as a jacket if you are likely to go often.

How much do you tip whale watching? ›

10% – 20% gratuity is a good general rule, depending on how amazing your guide was.

Do you need binoculars for whale watching? ›

Ans: You should opt for a pair of binoculars with a magnification of 7X or 8X, for spotting and recognizing whales in their natural habitats. These binoculars offer a wide field of view due to which it is easy to locate and observe a moving whale.

Does time of day matter for whale watching? ›

Sunlight and time of day do not affect whale activity but it can affect your photography opportunities. If you are looking to get fun, casual whale watching photos, anytime of day works great!

How rare is it to see a blue whale? ›

Blue whales are the largest animal ever to live on our planet, and at nearly 90 feet long they shouldn't be too hard to spot! However, these solitary marine mammals are classed as 'Endangered' on the IUCN Red List, and with only a few thousand left in the ocean knowing where to look for them is key.

Can you swim with whales in Hawaii? ›

Humpback Whale Season - December to May. At Oahu Diving we occasionally get the honors of seeing and yes swimming with these majestic big mammals of the sea. There has been numerous times where we have actually had humpback whales swim right by us on a particular reef. This is both lucky and very rewarding.

Are humpback whales active at night? ›

In waters off the West Antarctic Peninsula, Ari Friedlaender, an ecologist with Oregon State University's Marine Mammal Institute, found that humpback whales fed exclusively at night when the krill migrated vertically into shallower water and became an easier catch.

Why do whales breach? ›

Whales breach ( or flipper-slap/tail-breach/etc) to help rid themselves of parasites. Whales, Humpback Whales especially, sometimes carry a variety of external (as well as internal) parasites that may cause itching and irritation to their sensitive skin.

Do orcas travel at night? ›

Most animals, humans included, are diurnal and on the go during the day. Killer whales, however, follow a diel cycle—they're active both day and night. The puzzle for researchers is to determine how the whales' behavior—their foraging, socializing, traveling, resting, and sleeping habits—changes from day to night.

What are the rainy months in Maui? ›

Maui Weather Patterns. The wettest periods on Maui almost always occur in winter, when the tradewinds bring additional moisture to the islands. This period runs from mid-November through late March on average, and some of these systems can carry quite a bit of rain.

How many days do I need in Maui? ›

If Maui is the only Hawaiian island you'll be visiting, you'll want at least 7-10 days to explore the island. That will give you enough time to do some day trips, take a few tours, check out the beaches, and have plenty of time to relax and unwind.

What months are off season in Maui? ›

The fall off-season on Maui is from September to November, before Thanksgiving. This is when the summer crowds dissolve and a new season is welcomed on the island. Island temperatures remain in the 80s during this time of year. There are many benefits to visiting during the off-season.

Where is the best whale watching in the world? ›

The best destinations in the world for whale watching
  • Baja California Sur, Mexico. ...
  • Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. ...
  • Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada. ...
  • St Lawrence Marine Park, Saguenay, Quebec, Canada. ...
  • St. ...
  • Mirissa, Sri Lanka. ...
  • Kaikoura, South Island, New Zealand. ...
  • North Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA.

Where is the best place in the world to go whale watching? ›

Maui, Hawaii

Maui is one of the best places in the world for whale watching because of its ideal location in the Pacific Ocean. Every year, humpback whales migrate to the waters around Maui to give birth and mate. These whales can often be seen breaching and spouting just off the coast.

Can you see whales from land in Maui? ›

Best spots to see whales from the land:

Maalaea Bay: This large protected area of water is perfect for humpbacks to feel safe giving birth, mating, and just playing. This is the best area in the state to see whales on the surface.

Is there a whale tracker? ›

The free Whale Alert app , provides mariners and members of the public a user-friendly tool directly on their iPad or iPhone that displays whale "safety zones". Through the app, users can report any live, dead, or distressed whale sightings to the appropriate response agency, helping to reduce whale ship strikes.

Can you swim with whales in Maui? ›

Can We Snorkel With Whales? Is a frequent question we get asked here at Ultimate Whale Watch & Snorkel. Although snorkeling with whales is often seen on social media or portrayed in documentaries on the ocean and marine researchers, it is not permitted here in Lahaina, Maui.

Where is best whale watching in Hawaii? ›

which Hawaiian island is the best for whale watching? In season, Maui is the best place to see humpback whales, but other islands also have many whales to see. The islands of Kauai, Oahu, and Big Island offer great whale-watching tours.

What kind of whales are in Maui now? ›

Answer: The whales that come to Maui and Hawaii are the beautiful Humpback whales. You may have a chance of seeing more rare species such as Pilot Whales and False Killer Whales, but about 99.9% of the sightings here are of the Humpback.

What time of year do whales migrate to Hawaii? ›

The whales start returning to Hawaii around the fall months, and sightings can begin as early as October or November! Whale season officially runs from about December 15 – May 15. While it's still possible to have whale sightings until the summer, most activity can be witnessed from January through March.

Can you see whales from Kaanapali Beach? ›

* Kaanapali Beach- From the shores, you can watch calves with their mothers breaching and putting on a show. They are frequently seen in this area. * Launiupoko Beach Park- This area in West Maui is popular for offering an ocean view of humpbacks breaching.

How long do whales stay in Maui? ›

Actually, humpback whales will go the entire time they spend in Maui—up tofour months—without eating anything at all. Consequently the adult whales will lose up to 1/3 of their body weight during their winter vacation.

Can you still see whales in Maui in April? ›

April marks the tail end of Maui's whale season. While whales can still be seen in Maui waters, their numbers are significantly fewer than during peak season. Most tour operators only guarantee whales through April 15th.

What is the best month for whale watching in Hawaii? ›

The best time for whale watching is December through April!

By the end of November, around the Thanksgiving holiday, we have more regular whale sightings and guaranteed humpback whale sightings for tours starting December 1st every year.

What is the best month to see whales? ›

Summer Whale Watching (June, July, August):

The Summer months are the best months to witness the world's largest animal…the BLUE WHALE! Southern California is the best place in the world to look for a Blue Whale as they seek the nutritious krill that allows them to grow to their epic size.

Can you see whales from shore in Maui? ›

In fact, there are plenty of areas on Maui where humpbacks can frequently be seen from the shore during whale season. The scenic McGregor Point lookout west of Māʻalaea and the beaches of Kāʻanapali, Kīhei and Wailea are also great spots to see whales.

What is the best time to see turtles in Maui? ›

You can see the sea turtles in Maui at any time of the year! However, the best time to see sea turtles in Maui is probably in the summer, when the water is warm and calm with plenty of other aquatic creatures to view. You'll often spot turtles swimming near the seashore or basking on the beaches of Maui.

Are there killer whales in Hawaii? ›

There are no killer whales in Hawaii it's very rear to see in Hawaii, but there are a number of other species of marine mammals that can be found in the state. These include dolphins, sea lions, and seals.

Where is the best place to see whales in Hawaii? ›

which Hawaiian island is the best for whale watching? In season, Maui is the best place to see humpback whales, but other islands also have many whales to see. The islands of Kauai, Oahu, and Big Island offer great whale-watching tours.

Can you swim with whales in Hawaii? ›

Humpback Whale Season - December to May. At Oahu Diving we occasionally get the honors of seeing and yes swimming with these majestic big mammals of the sea. There has been numerous times where we have actually had humpback whales swim right by us on a particular reef. This is both lucky and very rewarding.

Is it better to go whale watching in the morning or afternoon? ›

One of the reasons that the morning time is the best time of day for whale watching has to do with weather and ocean conditions. The wind is a key player when it comes to smooth seas, and morning trips often have less wind.

Where is the best whale watching in the world? ›

The best destinations in the world for whale watching
  • Baja California Sur, Mexico. ...
  • Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. ...
  • Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada. ...
  • St Lawrence Marine Park, Saguenay, Quebec, Canada. ...
  • St. ...
  • Mirissa, Sri Lanka. ...
  • Kaikoura, South Island, New Zealand. ...
  • North Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA.

Where is the best place in the world to go whale watching? ›

Maui, Hawaii

Maui is one of the best places in the world for whale watching because of its ideal location in the Pacific Ocean. Every year, humpback whales migrate to the waters around Maui to give birth and mate. These whales can often be seen breaching and spouting just off the coast.

Can you see whales from land in Maui? ›

Best spots to see whales from the land:

Maalaea Bay: This large protected area of water is perfect for humpbacks to feel safe giving birth, mating, and just playing. This is the best area in the state to see whales on the surface.

How many whales are in Maui now? ›

Today, the population of humpback whales that uses Hawaiʻi's waters as their principle wintering ground is likely more than 10,000 animals.

How can you tell a whale from a shore? ›

Look close to shore, and look out across the horizon. Watch for anything that breaks the surface of the water. Look for boats, especially if they are stopped. Sometimes the best way to find marine mammals is to find the other people who are watching them.

What beach has the most sea turtles in Maui? ›

As its name suggests, Turtle Town is a prime location for sea turtles on Maui. It stretches between Nahuna Point and Black Sand Beach but specifically refers to Maluaka Beach. Maluaka is the best place to snorkel in the area and has a high population of Hawaiian Green sea turtles.

Can you touch turtles in Hawaii? ›

Can I Touch The Turtles? No. Hawaiian green sea turtles are federally protected and it's illegal and harmful to touch or harass them. In order to be a responsible snorkeler, be sure to give turtles plenty of space and make an effort to not overcrowd them.

Can you see turtles in Maui without snorkeling? ›

Yes, on land — Maui's green turtles can often be sighted basking on quiet beaches, usually in the evenings and mornings. Get Maui snorkeling and diving tips.

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