Whale Watching in Los Angeles

There are so many exciting things to do in Los Angeles, whale watching may not always rank high on visitors’ lists of things to do. That is, until they try it for the first time.

Once they do, they’ll want to spend at least one day during the summer or fall on the water, spotting Pacific Blue whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, porpoises, sea lions, Harbor Seals and various species of marine birds.

And then, in what passes for winter in sunny L.A., they can head back to the ocean and marvel at the sight of migrating Gray whales.

More Los Angeles Fun

As one of America’s premiere tourist destinations, Los Angeles offers something to do for everybody.

From sightseeing in Hollywood to window-shopping on Rodeo Drive, from Universal Studios to the Getty Museum, from the nightlife on the Sunset Strip to the interplanetary night sights at Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles has a dazzling array of one-of-a-kind destinations to choose from, whether you’ll be here a couple of days or a couple of weeks.

If you’re in Long Beach for your whale watching, the famed Queen Mary ocean liner is also worth a visit. Other popular whale-watching spots such as Santa Monica and Malibu offer memorable places to explore as well.

Ready for a Los Angeles whale-watching quest? Schedule your voyage with Newport Coastal Adventure