Come Watch the Whales!
Humpback Whales migrate to the Hawaiian Islands during the winter months Mid December to March. The humpback whales come to the Hawaiian Islands for the purposes of calving and mating, and the warm waters surrounding these islands provide the young whales protection from predators as they build up sufficient body fat for their 3,000-mile journey north.
These acrobatic animals are known for breaching and slapping the water with their tails and pectoral fins. Humpback Whales can be found as far South as South America and Australia, and as far North as Alaska, but one of the best places to view them up close is in the warm waters of the Hawaiian Islands.
Whale watching is an activity that is certain to make your day, if not your entire vacation!