Gray Whale Migration Off Laguna Beach Winter/Spring-$16 Cruise Special

  • 04.19 - 04.30
  • Recurring daily
  • 309 Palm St., #A
  • Newport Beach, CA 92661
10am-12:30pm, 1pm-3:30pm, 3:30pm–6pm
Admission: $36; Special** $16 Cruise Rate
949 675 0551
  • Handicapped Accessible: Yes

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 Newport/Laguna Beach coastline from the summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to the winter grounds of the Baja California lagoons and travel along the Newport Beach coast during the months of December, January, February, March, & April. During the gray whale migration it is not uncommon to view 5 or more gray whales a 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.

Just outside of Newport Bay is the beginning of one of the largest marine protected areas in southern California created to protect this rich ecosystem for future generations. The marine sanctuary covers over 15 miles stretching from Newport to Laguna Beach and provides a haven for all marine creatures including whales and dolphin. The marine reserve stretches along much of the Newport & Laguna Beach coastline and along with being a mecca for whale watching also offers some of the most beautiful coastline in Southern California.

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