Maui Whale Watching SeasonHumpback whales migrate each year to Hawaii from cold Alaskan waters where they live to give birth and mate in warm waters, where they can raise their newborn calves. The migration takes place over a period of months. Yearly whale sightings in Maui begin in fall late, usually in the months of September and October, and the whales continue to arrive in Hawaii through November. The whales stay in the warm waters of Maui through spring, and many whale watching tours will guarantee whale sightings during an open water voyage through mid-May with peak season usually considered to take place in February and March.
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