whale watching

Maui whale watching is a must do!

There are so many things to see and activities to choose from here in this paradise that is Maui, Hawaii. If you're fortunate enough to be here during Winter, a whale watching tour is a must!

Whale watch trips come in many shapes and sizes. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, we are the go-to guys. Our ocean rafts take up to 17-18 passengers for a full two hours devoted to watching the majestic humpbacks that call Maui home. You can even hear the whales sing as we have a hydrophone on our tours.

Our tours leave from slip 8 at the Lahaina Harbor. We have 5 departure times daily. Our two morning tours are perfect if you plan to grab lunch on Historic Front Street. Our afternoon trips are great if you plan to catch a sunset dinner by the beach.

Our ocean rafts are quick and allow us to spend less time travelling and more time whale watching. Many guests enjoy riding on the pontoons (like a horse) as we travel. Just the raft ride is an exciting adventure, but it gets better ... you get up close and personal with the whales! Just check out this video from our 2019 season.

Each tour includes complimentary bottled water so you stay hydrated. Just bring yourself, sunscreen and your camera. There is parking nearby, all you have to do is hop aboard and let us take you to the best whale watching spot in the islands. BOOK NOW

Lahaina Parking tips:

The closest free parking lot to the Lahaina Harbor is at the corner of Prison Street and Front Street. It has a 3-hour limit which is perfect for our whale watches. Because it's free, this lot often fills up quickly. Paid parking is located behind the Wharf Cinema Center. You can enter the paid parking lot from Wainee Streetv (between Dickenson and Prison Street).