Adventure Girl says: Whale Watching Hawaii
Looking for a sensational winter adventure.Â Check into the Hawaiian Isles to experience the wonders of whale watching.
Each winter, humpback whalesÂ migrate from their summer homes in Alaska to the warm birthing waters of the Hawaiian Islands. One of the best and least crowded places to view and learn about these extraordinary creatures is right off Hawaii’s Big Island. Encounter these majestic mammals during high season, now through March, under sail, under water or from under a palm tree. Visit Hawaii’s official travel site and pick your favorite way to watch whales.
Want to help the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary count this season’s population of humpbacks in Hawaiian waters? Call (888) 55-Whale to be part of the Sanctuary Ocean Count, which happens the last Saturday of January, February and March 2010, and visit here for details.