IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. The time when Gray Whales migrate to the Huntington Beach coastline. During the Gray Whale migration, it is not uncommon to view Gray Whales from Surf City USA beach and Huntington Beach pier. The Gray Whale makes the most spectacular and longest mass migration of any marine mammal. Tens of thousands of gray whales migrate annually along the Huntington Beach coastline during the months of December, January, February, March, & April. And what better way to observe many Gray Whales just a couple of feet away from you? Newport Landing Whale Watching tours gives an experience of a lifetime. Sea why.
Newport Landing Whale Watching Tour
Watch the Gray Whales and even dolphins breaching, the many whales swimming alongside each other with water spouting from their blowholes, all from the view of the Newport Landing Whale Watching boat. Whale, this tour is an experience to say the least.
The whale watching cruises are offered several times daily during the migration. 5 or more gray whales can be viewed on single cruise making for excellent viewing opportunities. Other varieties of whales including finback whales, humpback whales, and minke whales can also be viewed along with several species of dolphin.
309 Palm Street Suite A, Newport Beach, CA 92661
What to bring
- Camera- Document the experience to relive it and share it via social media hashtagging #NewportLandingWhaleWatching
- Sunscreen- the tour is over 2 hours long and during #SurfCityUSA sunny weather in the winter, you won't want to get sunburn
- Jacket- It can get cold out in the Pacific Ocean, bring a jacket just in case
- Sunglasses- It's sunny in the winter in Huntington Beach. Don't have the sun block you from seeing the Gray Whales
- Comfortable clothes- dress comfortable