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Whale Watching on Oahu

From December to May, you may catch a glimpse of a majestic kohola, or humpback whale, in Oahu's southern seas. The gentle giants come to the warm Hawaiian waters every year to breed and give birth to new calves.

Schedule a tour or charter a boat to spot these magnificent creatures. Treat yourself to scenic ocean views as expert guides take you to the best spots to observe whales playfully surfacing, tail slapping or blowing spouts in the air. Regulations prohibit boats from approaching within 100 yards of a whale and you should never swim with or touch whales or any other marine mammals.

You can also spot whales from Oahu’s many beaches and from southeastern Oahu spots like the scenic Makapuu Lighthouse, Hanauma Bay, and along the seaside overlooks near Leahi (Diamond Head). Whale watching tours and cruises depart from various ports along Oahu’s southern and western harbors.

Whale Watching on Oahu

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Tropical Ocean Sports
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Tropical Ocean Sports Inc. & Tropical Island Creations caters primarily to Japanese agents. We bring their customers to Kaneohe Bay for ocean sports and Eco & glass bottom boat tours. Our ocean sports activities include seawalker scuba, jet ski, amongst other miscellaneous options.

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Living Ocean Scuba
1125 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96814
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Daily Scuba Diving tours on Oahu, Hawaii. Scuba diving tours at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve (no experience required) and boat diving charters from Waikiki. We offer two trips daily at Hanauma Bay. Dive charters from Waikiki-Shipwreck and Reef charter in the morning for certified divers.

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