Whale Watching

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Dolphin and Whale Watching: In the winter season, humpback whales migrate from Alaska to Hawaii to give birth. During the months of November through March is peak viewing season of these very special creatures. There are a number of whale watching tours offered in Kona, here are a few that we recommend: 

UFO Parasailing also offers private dolphin and whale watching! This 90 minute long excursion on a 28’ 6 passenger speed boat is sure to be memorable. Encounter pods of spinner dolphins and enormous humpback whales off the Kona coastline. This intimate experience includes education to help foster an appreciation for marine wildlife. Conservation is extremely important, while watching, be patient and alert! Be sure to bring a towel, hat, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, camera, light cover up and any food/drinks. While taking in the stunning views of paradise and all the majestic creatures we share this oasis with, be sure to mention Big Island Reviews sends much aloha.

Address: 75-5660 Palani Rd #111, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

For more information: UFO Parasailing Dolphin and Whale Watching 

 

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Whale Watching

Photo Credit: UpSplash

Dolphin and Whale Watching: In the winter season, humpback whales migrate from Alaska to Hawaii to give birth. During the months of November through March is peak viewing season of these very special creatures. There are a number of whale watching tours offered in Kona, here are a few that we recommend: 

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Address: 75-5660 Palani Rd #111, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

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