The shallow, warm waters around the Hawaiian islands are an annual stop-over for Pacific humpback whales, making Hawaii one of the world's best whale watching locales. See below for our tips on seeing these amazing creatures in Hawaiian waters.  ... 

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Greg L

April 2012

 One of several whales breaching that we witnessed on our trip...awesome! , Greg L - April 2012

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One of several whales breaching that we witnessed on our trip...awesome!

Kelly C

November 2017

 wow moment , Kelly C - November 2017

wow moment

Kelly C

November 2017

 so close! , Kelly C - November 2017

so close!

RICHARD W

April 2017

 Diamond Head looks best from the sea , RICHARD W - April 2017

Diamond Head looks best from the sea

RICHARD W

April 2017

 Our captain and crew , RICHARD W - April 2017

Our captain and crew

RICHARD W

April 2017

 Our catamaran , RICHARD W - April 2017

Our catamaran

Ben G C

March 2017

 Shout out to this amazing turtle , Ben G C - March 2017

Shout out to this amazing turtle

Ben G C

March 2017

 Whoa...nothing more to say : , Ben G C - March 2017

Whoa...nothing more to say :

Ben G C

March 2017

 Another pic with our dolphin friends on the day , Ben G C - March 2017

Another pic with our dolphin friends on the day

Ben G C

March 2017

 Hanging with a few sea friends : , Ben G C - March 2017

Hanging with a few sea friends :

Ben G C

March 2017

 Some quality snorkelling with my girlfriend , Ben G C - March 2017

Some quality snorkelling with my girlfriend

Ben G C

March 2017

 Amazing sight to behold...up close whale breach! , Ben G C - March 2017

Amazing sight to behold...up close whale breach!

Mjpkcc

March 2017

 Tell us who is in the photo, what you were doing, etc. , Mjpkcc - March 2017

Tell us who is in the photo, what you were doing, etc.

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