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Whale Watching Cruises in Los Angeles

If you are visiting Los Angeles between December and April you might be able to see the annual migration of the Pacific Grey Whales along the Southern California. You can sometimes see the whales off in the distance when you're standing on the shoreline, but the best way to do it is to sign up for a whale watching cruise. The whale watching season in Los Angeles runs from approximately January through April.

Harbor Breeze Whale Watching Cruises
Whale watching cruises out of Long Beach harbor that last 2-1/2 hours.

Santa Barbara Whale Festival
A two day festival in Santa Barbara, that usually takes place in March, with whale watching, arts and crafts, a children's carnival, food booths, and more (Santa Barbara is about 120 miles north of Los Angeles).



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