The North Pacific Humpback whale is a majestic creature, and plenty of whale-watching excursions are planned each and every day. But for those looking for the finest in everything, there is only one location, and time, to do your whale-watching. Beginning in September, Humpback whales start their migration to warmer waters to raise their young, and their spot of choice is Hawaii.
The underwater geographic characteristics and warmth of Hawaii make it perfect for raising whale calves. Because of this perfection large numbers of whales visit during the winter, and chances of whale sightings skyrocket, making your whale-watching event even better.
And after your trip out to sea, you can always head back to land and enjoy the Hawaiian experience of luau and tropical paradise before jetting back home on your private jet.
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