Enjoy a whale watch tour on Oahu’s west shore!

 Most Oahu whale watch cruises are off the Waikiki coastline, so this is truly a unique tour that takes you along the island’s largely undeveloped and very scenic west coast.

During Hawaii’s whale watch season, which runs from December through April, humpback whales frolic in Hawaii’s warm waters to mate and nurse their young. Whale sightings are guaranteed on this whale watch cruise. If you don’t see whales, come back again one more time for free! (Rerides only, no refunds).

On Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, this whale watch tour is on the brand new 65-foot sailing catamaran Ko Nau Lani. For a whale watch tour on board a 42-foot powerboat monohull called The Beach, make your reservation on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday. (Vessels are subject to change without notice. Please call to confirm if you want to book your tour on a specific vessel).

Tour Highlights

  • Whale watch cruise along Oahu’s scenic west shore (north of Ko Olina)
  • Plenty of great photo opportunities
  • All cruises are barefoot, footwear will be collected and secured until return.

Tour Inclusions

  • Light snacks, sodas, and juice

Special Instructions

Where and When:
Departs at 1:30 pm. Returns at 3:30 pm.
Departs from Waianae Boat Harbor, 85-491 Farrington Hwy, Waianae, HI 96792 
Check in no later than 20 minutes prior to departure.
Free Ko Olina hotel shuttle available.
All cruises are barefoot, footwear will be collected and secured until return.
There are no specific restrictions for this activity.
Operation Days:
Operates daily from December through April
2 hours
This tour is operated on either one of the following two vessels:
The Ko Nau Lani is a 65-foot sailing catamaran with an 80-passenger capacity.
The Beach is a 42-foot powerboat monohull with a 19-passenger capacity.