With LA Whale Watching, you will see many different kinds of sea life (including Gray Whales) on our excursions out into the ocean. We guarantee that you will not leave empty handed.
Slightly smaller than their counter part the Blue Whale; Gray Whales still grow to 50 ft. in length. The whales create enormous excitement with their spectacular breaching as scene in the below image.
These ocean beasts are avid travelers often making the trip from their summer home in Alaska to warmer waters off the coast of Southern Mexico. Often stopping by LA Whale Watching during their route!
You will usually see Gray Whales with LA Whale Watching between December and April.
Los Angeles is not the only place where these Gray Whales live. These whales can also be seen near the Asian continent, however, they are listed as critically endangered.
More recently, scientists discovered a Gray Whale in the Mediterranean Sea, which was once a breeding ground for the whales. Scientists believe that these creatures are going back to old mating sites.
The staff will offer everything they know about this type of whale.