If you want to refresh your mind by watching wild whales and dolphins with your friends or family, then I suggest you book this boat. There have many other boats in this location. Read this article till the end to know more details and directions about Whale Watching in Long Beach.

Whale Watching boat
Image from Viator

About the boat:

  1. This is a small boat
  2. This boat can carry 6 tourists
  3. They will provide Life jackets
  4. No wheelchair accessible

Why I suggest this boat:

  1. This small boat can cover more areas.
  2. Not overcrowded, so you can refresh your mind and peacefully watch whales swimming.
  3. You can tell the captain where you want to go.
  4. You can see beautiful water, Wild Dolphins, and Whales, and if you are lucky you also can see other marine wildlife.

Things to keep in mind:

Don’t go if you have back problems, heart problems, or other serious medical conditions. Also, this is not recommended for pregnant women. Take Videos instead of taking pictures. Bring sunscreen, water, and a jacket with you. Also, check weather conditions before booking.

But, the problem is if they will not find minimum travelers, they will change the tour date or refund you.

Best time to visit:

The peak season for the whale watching experience is the summer months, from mid-June to early September. November-March is also a great time to watch humpback whales, and October-December is a prime time to watch minke whales.


First, book this boat from here: 2-Hour Whale Watching Experience in Long Beach. Then get up early in the morning. Reach the destination before 9:00 AM “200 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA“. You will find them at the gate to the wooden dock in front of the Pierpoint Landing building and courtyard. The captain will meet you and take you to the boat.

Pierpoint Landing building
Long Beach, California
Photo by Mikal Kelaidis on Unsplash

Google Map Location: 200 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA