Hawaii consists of 6 islands spread closely in the Pacific Ocean. If you are planning on visiting Hawaii it’s a good idea to gather some basic knowledge of the 6 primary islands for your activities in Hawaii. Although each island may be referred to and called Hawaii each island has its own unique name and each island has its own special appeal and uniqueness. Let’s explore the Hawaiian Islands starting from the western most part and moving east.
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Sail the smooth waters of Oahu's West Coast to see magnficent Humpback Whales and beautiful views of Oahu's towering Waianae mountain range. Light snacks, water, juice and soda provided.
Whale sightings are guaranteed. Children 3 years and younger are FREE.
Whale Season: December 15 - April 15
Ko Olina Whale Watch with Hawaii NauticalHawaii Nautical is now offering whale watch tours from Ko Olina! Step onboard our newest vessel, Sea Dreams II, for a personal and exclusive experience with Hawaii's majestic Humpback Whales between December 15 and April 15 off Oahu's Leeward coastline.
Ko Olina Whale Watch Excursion Details
Duration: 2 hours
Location: Departs from Ko Olina Marina
Time: Afternoon check-in at 1:45pm
Schedule: 7 days a week
Children: 3 & under go FREE! 4-11 pay reduced rates.
What to Bring: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, sweatshirt or light jacket
Ko Olina Whale Watch
|Ko Olina Whale Watch Cruise (Adult)||$65.00|
|Ko Olina Whale Watch Cruise (Children 4-11)||$42.00|