As they do every year, the humpbacks are back in Maui. These beautiful creatures make their way to the warm waters of Maui from mid October through the end of May for their mating and calving season.
Maui is a great place for you to enjoy a week or so over the winter months. Add a whale watching day excursion out of Lahaina (the ort city in Maui) for your chance to get up close and personal to these gentle giants.
In Maui, boats are allowed to come up to within 100 yards of the whales. And oftentimes the curious whales will approach the boats, getting even closer than the 100 yards. The peak of the whale season is in January, though you have a good chance of seeing them any time during the season.
And of course, Maui is a year-round tropical destination. So, if you head to Hawaii in winter, you’ll still be able to enjoy bathing-suit-friendly weather, sun, and gorgeous beaches! All I can say to that is ALOHA!
Interested in planning your next whale watching trip to Maui? Contact me by phone or email to get the planning process started.
~Happy travels, Cindy Grant Travel Consultant at Reconnect Travel/Expert Family Travel. 972.625.6200. Located in The Colony Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area (near Frisco, Plano, Carrollton, Lewisville). email@example.com