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Pacific Whale Foundation

300 Maalaea Rd #100, Wailuku, HI 96793

(808) 249-8811
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Sunday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Monday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Tuesday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Wednesday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Thursday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Friday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
Saturday
06:00 am - 6:00pm
* All Times in HST

Pacific Whale Foundation Reviews Around the Web


  • AnDi Irvin · November 05, 2020

    Quiet, clean and beautiful products. Staff extremely friendly and helpful on what to do on the island.


  • Matthew Humphrey · April 24, 2020

    I have done three different trips with the Pacific Whale Foundation. Two Snorkeling trips and one whale watching tour. All three trips where in whale season so they all three ended up being whale watch tours anyways. Had a blast with them. The crew was very professional and nice. Another good thing is you know the money you spend with them is going to a good cause.


  • Jennifer Spice · February 16, 2020

    The staff on the ship were wonderful. We were served a light breakfast, and offered coffee or water while driving to our destination. We had the incredible experience of several sightings of mother and baby humpback whales. They told us February was a great time for this as that is when the whales come from Alaska to breed and birth their young.
    We were able to snorkel for an hour and a half, instructions were given to the beginners. We were provided lunch and drinks, which included Maui brewery beer. On the way back to port, we again spotted mother and baby whales. No dolphins or sea turtles, as our snorkel location was changed due to very choppy water conditions. Overall, a great experience, and the money spent is for a good cause.


  • Michael Bednarski · March 09, 2020

    Had a great snorkeling trip with Capt. Allen and crew. I’d highly recommend the Wild Side tour. Great people, great food and plenty of Maui brews. Saw a number of fish, turtles, and whales. Will visit again.


  • Arjun Dutt · December 27, 2019

    We saw at least half a dozen humpback whales breaching, slapping their pectoral fins and singing to each other on an afternoon whale watching tour with Pacific Whale Foundation. It was one of the highlights of our trip to Maui. Parking is easy (and free) in the aquarium parking lot. Their boats hold up to 149 people and we were at capacity but I never struggled to get a view. Narrators are friendly and knowledgeable. The tour operator is a non-profit to boot and your money supports a good cause. Great for families.

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