There is no better time than right now to book a trip to the Southern California Coast! Whether you’re just landing in LA, deciding on a stopover, or already living nearby, Los Angeles is a hub for fun things to do. Naturally, we think that the number one thing on your list should be whale watching! Where better to book a whale watching in a Los Angeles trip than at Captain Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Watching Safari! With the largest mammal on the planet visiting during the summer months and the only mud-sucking crustacean-eating whale visiting during winter through spring, Los Angeles whale watching is popular amongst locals and travelers alike.
Los Angeles Whale Watching at Dana Point
When it comes to whale watching season in Los Angeles, there is never a “bad” day for seeing whales, and Captain Dave’s 2 ½ hour ocean tours are the best in the Los Angeles region. Scheduled seven days a week on our spacious catamaran sailboat, you’ll marvel over our Eye-to-Eye Underwater Viewing Pods that allow close-up viewing of dolphins, whales, and fish. Come experience our most popular tour!
Pre-corona virus numbers indicate that over 50 million people visit Los Angeles each year. While many may come for America’s favorite mouse with a cheerful song and a smile, they stay for the fantastic weather and myriad things to do in one concentrated area. Whales of all sizes and shapes know that the greater Los Angeles area is the best place to visit too. This is why any day of the year is the perfect time for grabbing your camera for some seriously excellent Los Angeles whale watching. Bring the kids, your extended family, and friends out with us, and let us show you the stunning California coastline from a perspective that you and your guests will never forget.
Get up-close and personal with marine wildlife at an arm’s reach. That is right! Whale watching near Los Angeles means the opportunity of seeing dolphins at the bow of our boat, looking up at passengers with their sweet, built-in smiles. Swimming at top speeds as if racing our boats, seeing dolphins so close to the boat means you could also be sitting in the splash zone! Being splashed by a dolphin is lucky, and some may say that Los Angeles whale watching is the most exhilarating ride in town!