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SAN DIEGO WHALE WATCHING

WHALE WATCHING SEASON IN SAN DIEGO RUNS FROM MID-DECEMBER THROUGH APRIL. HOWEVER, WE HAVE THE UNIQUE ADVANTAGE OF WHALES ALL YEAR LONG

WHALE WATCHING

 

San Diego whale watching season starts December 9th. Watch the seasonal migration of California grey whales and blue whales off the San Diego Coast up close and personal.

Traditionally, whale watching season runs from December through April. However, because blue whales and gray whales migrate at different times of the year, the whale watching season in San Diego is open year-round. If you have a preference for one species of whale over the other, gray whales migrate from mid-December through April while blue whales migrate from mid-June through September. Blue whale calves will be swimming beside their mothers for the return migration in the spring. If neither the gray whales nor the blue whales are in town, you can see orcas, minke whales, and fin whales year-round.

 

 

Choose your whale watching tour: 

Up to 13 Passengers: 60′ Hatteras

14 or more Passengers: 55′ Power Sailboat