A good place in Hawaii to appreciate whales. There are many species of whales in the small town here. You can choose to take a boat to see outside. There are also many introductions to visits and introductions of whales. Whale town is also a lot of tourists. Oh, I visited.
It is a submarine activity arranged by a friend company. The tour guide is a local surf instructor, the name is forgotten. The lunch restaurant was chosen near the big banyan tree, and the steak was delicious. The Tommy&H in the Outlets is very cost-effective, and the time is too short to go shopping.
The most suitable thing for Lahaina in winter is to go to sea for whale watching. There are many companies that go to sea on the beach. I booked in advance and queued up at the pier. Generally there are big boats and small boats, and there are several shifts every day. You can choose the time online. The whole process is 2 hours. It feels that the boat will be closer to the whale. I personally think that the best way to see marine animals is to go out to sea, not to catch and lock them up and force them to perform. The ancient town is quite laid-back, with many small shops on both sides, commodity shops, galleries, museums, libraries, restaurants, full of art, I like Lahaina very much
Once a whaling town, it has become a sightseeing town and it is still very worth visiting. We chose to go out to watch whales. We were very happy to see so many whales, big and small, which made our group very excited. . Of course, there are many places to watch whales in Hawaii, not just this one
The seaside town of Lahaina is an ancient whaling site and now a commercial center. Fishing boats and yachts are docked in the harbour, enticing tourists to watch whales and taste the freshly caught fish. There is also a huge Indonesian banyan tree that is more beautiful than the ginkgo tree in Ju County, Shandong Province. The locals are at ease, raising a yacht, taking guests out to sea to watch whales, slaughtering fish and selling fresh fish, and live a very comfortable life.