Have A Whale Adventure in Hawaii!

Canadians aren’t the only ones wanting to head to warmer climes when the weather turns cold. Thousands of humpback whales will soon make their journey from the chilly North Pacific to Hawaii’s warm waters to nurse their new calves and breed.

Atlantis Cruises Whale Watching Hawaii Whale Breaching Credit Heather Del Carlo

Whale Breaching off Hawaii. Credit Heather Del Carlo

Visitors to Honolulu have a new way to view Hawaii’s spectacular humpback whales during Atlantis Cruises’ new daily whale watching cruises on the 150-foot Majestic. Running daily from December 17 through April 8, 2018, each whale watch cruise features an onboard naturalist, who provides guests with educational information about the whales’ behaviour and biology.

In addition to the state-of-the-art boat stability designed to provide the ultimate in comfort for guests, Majestic features two expansive air-conditioned decks lined with panoramic windows and high ceilings, as well as a huge open-air top deck. The lunch cruise features an ample buffet, with alcoholic beverages available for purchase.

The cruise departs from Pier 6, Aloha Tower Marketplace, with parking available at Aloha Tower for a nominal fee. Round-trip ground transportation from select locations in Waikiki is also offered at no charge. At just $69 for adults and $40 for children (ages 7-12), with kids 6 and under free, this cruise is a cost-effective afternoon adventure that the whole family will enjoy.

Atlantis Cruises Whale Watching Hawaii Credit Atlantis Adventures

Atlantis Cruises’ Majestic Credit Atlantis Adventures


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