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Monterey Bay Whale Watching

One of the most popular things to do in Monterey, CA, is whale watching. As our guest at Best Western Plus Victorian Inn, you'll be within close proximity of Old Fisherman's Wharf, where the best whale watching tours take off from.

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  • Hours
    • Morning and aftrenoon tours and cruises
  • Prices
    • Varies by whale watch tour
  • Events
    • Corporate Team Building
    • Family Gatherings
    • Birthday Parties
  • Attractions
    • Whale Watching
    • Bird Watching
    • Dolphin Watching
    • Sea Lion Watching
    • Photo-Ops
    • Dining

Before you go

When is the best time to go whale watching in Monterey?
The best time to see gray whales as they make their way from the north down to Mexico is between December and April. During the rest of the year, you'll get to witness killer whales, humpback whales, and blue whales, which are the largest creatures on the planet.
What clothes should I wear for whale watching in Monterey?
The weather on Monterey Bay is unpredictable, even in the summertime. Dress in layers to ensure you're comfortable and warm during your whale watching adventure. Wear long pants, a windbreaker, closed-toed shoes, and a cap or hat. You'll also need to bring sunscreen, lip balm, and sunglasses. In the winter, wear a coat and gloves.
 

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