Especially after Covid, probably the first thing on everyone’s mind is getting OUT of the house and into the fresh air. There are so many possible choices about what we can do and where we can go, but do you really want to get into the fresh air of nature?
There are some creatures that would be pleased to see you: they’ve been waiting. They’re so excited that they jump into the air when you’re near. Have you guessed who they are, Ishmael? Save the whales! And we can get you up close and personal to these most thrilling beings.
February through April is considered whale season in Northern California—the time when it’s most likely you’ll spot whales in the bay or in the Pacific within a few miles of shore. This also means late winter and early spring are the best times to take a whale watching cruise from San Francisco. Here are some tips for making the most of your experience.