Maui Kayak & Snorkel Whale Watch

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Whale watching while in a kayak doesn’t get better, unless you add snorkeling to the trip as well. This is by far the most exciting way to see whales in Maui waters.



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See MAKENA CALENDAR for south Maui.

Maui Kayaking Whale WatchingEvery year between December 15th and April 15th, humpback whales mate and give birth in Maui waters. Thousands of whales travel down from Alaska every year to enjoy the protected, warm waters of Hawaii, and Maui County’s shallower ocean floor is a hot bed of activity for these incredible creatures.

On this 4 hour kayaking tour, you’ll take the kayaks out from Makena or Olowalu and watch whales in between snorkel sessions.  These are prime areas for surface activity, so get ready for the thrills of a lifetime!

If you happen to be visiting outside of whale season, check out the normal Maui kayaking tours.

If you’d rather go out on a boat, check out some excellent options in Lahaina and Kihei.


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1 review for Maui Kayak & Snorkel Whale Watch

  1. Gina Hudson

    I used to work in Whalers village and lived in Wailuku. I would commute everyday and not once did I get tired of the drive. I would look for the turtle in the mountain, and check for whale spouts. It was kind of a reward to me when I actually got to see them. Beautiful creatures in a beautiful setting. I think I told myself daily that I was not only lucky, but blessed to have been born and raised in Hawaii. Many years went by before I got more intimate with these creatures. Your kayak tour was by far the most intimate and impressive whale experience of my life! 2 whales surrounded us for what felt like hours (only 15 minutes in reality.) It was magical.

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