Kayak/Whale Watch/Snorkel

January 1st through April 30th

Quick Details

Duration: 4 to 4.5 hours
Ages: 5+
Required: Basic swimming skills
Tour Includes: Masks, snorkel, fins, life jackets, fish identification cards, water, and snacks

Located in the heart of the Hawaiian Islands National Humpback Whale Marine Sanctuary, Olowalu is home to thousands of colorful tropical fish, hundreds of giant Green Sea Turtles, and in the winter, it is the birthing grounds of the North Pacific Humpback Whale. Each year between the months of December and May an estimated 15,000 Humpback Whales visit the area to birth and breed, then return to their summer feeding grounds in Alaska.

Maui Adventure tours is dedicated to Marine conservation and education and actively supports groups such as R.E.E.F, F.I.N., Pacific Whale Foundation, Project Aware, Surf Rider, Earth Island Institute, Sea Shepherd and more!

Our knowledgeable guides have years of experience kayaking in Hawaiian waters and are guaranteed to keep you safe. Guides are Hawaii Marine Naturalists certified in American Red Cross CPR, First-Aid, and Lifeguard training. They are equipped with two-way VHF Marine Radios while on the water to ensure a safe journey. Each trip includes expert education and interpretation of whale behavior, marine science, and island history. Turtle sightings are guaranteed year-round and whale sightings often occur January through April.

Where & When to Meet

  • Check-in at 7:30 a.m.
  • Meet across from Mile Marker 14, Honoapiilani Hwy 30 (1/2 mile south of the at Olowalu General Store) at the green Jeep Cherokee with red, white and blue kayak trailer