Surrounded by the pacific ocean Monterey Bay is located along the central coast of california.
Monterey Bay is a great place to go whale watching and offers its visitors and residents many opportunities to enjoy a variety of aquatic/marine life found along the coast and in the ocean.
Monterey Bay also happens to be a popular location for those who enjoy laying out on the beach and taking diving lessons.
If you enjoy beautiful ocean sights, laying on the beach and whale watching Monterey Bay is a great option.
Where to go whale watching
Monterey Bay Whale Watch
Monterey Bay Whale Watch is located in Monterey, CA and offers its passengers year round whale watching tours where whale watchers can view a variety of marine mammals including whales, dolphins, seals and sea birds off the coast of Monterey Bay and the pacific ocean.
Monterey Bay whale watch also provides its passenger with captains who have over twenty years of boating experience and each trip is led by marine biologists who provide passengers with 10+ years of knowledge on fully narrated boating trips.
Princes Monterey Whale Watch
Princes Monterey Whale Watch is located in Monterey, CA and has over 30 years of cruise experience.
While on your tour you can enjoy narrated ocean and bay tours from marine biologists and naturalists that specialize in natural history and the biology of various marine wildlife, and of course whales.
Sanctuary Cruises is located in Moss Landing, CA and is halfway around the Monterey Bay between Santa Cruz and Monterey.
This whale watching and cruise company specializes in providing passengers with a personalized whale watching experience on cruises that often containing around 25 passengers.
Sanctuary Cruises also promise passengers a great marine life experience or your next trip is free and allows up to 72 hours before your trip to cancel if you won’t be able to make it.
Santa Cruz Whale Watching
Santa Cruz Whale Watching is located in Santa Cruz, CA and provides passengers with whale watching tours & sea life excursions where you’ll have the opportunity to spot up to seven different whale species while on your tour (depending on the time of year).
There are also plenty of opportunities to spot a large variety of other marine mammals including dolphins, sea lions, seals, otters, sea turtles and marine birds.