Family Memories Await At Newport Landing Whale Watching
By Deb Flomberg
Living on the Pacific coast can provide so many amazing nature-based activities. One of the best is taking a day, heading to the beach, and going on a whale watching trip. The Newport Landing Whale Watching trips are some of the most memorable and amazing ways to view these spectacular creatures, and you simply have to take a day, grab the family, and go for a trip.
There are two main types of trips with Newport Landing Whale Watching. You can take a two and a half-hour trip, or make a day of it and go for a full day Catalina Island Whale Watch Trip. Depending on the time of year, each cruise will take you to see a variety of different whales. If you venture out in May through November, you’ll see the giant blue whales and finback whales. Or December through April is when you can catch the California Gray Whale during its annual coastal migration. With so many different types of whales visible on the Pacific coast, you can take a whale watching trip any time of the year. You may also be lucky enough to spot lots of dolphins, seals, sharks, killer whales and other amazing marine animals.
A whale watching cruise can be fun and educational for the whole family, and you can join an existing cruise or even charter a private one for an exclusive family outing. The crew at Newport Landing Whale Watching knows their stuff, too. You’ll get a full narration about the whales and other marine-life, as well as plenty of time to ask all your questions. The boats have snacks available to purchase and most of them have both indoor and outdoor seating plus a great top observation deck for the best photo ops and views.
As you get ready to enjoy a day out on the open water, it is just as important to travel there in style. Arrive in the CL65 AMG Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is just the right car to transport the whole family in total luxury with all the elegance and comfort that only Mercedes-Benz can provide.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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