Whale Watching - San Diego - H&M Landing Since 1935

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Whale Watching trips are offered November through April.

All Whales Migrate by San Diego!

Offshore from San Diego, we observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat while heading south to the calving lagoons of Baja Mexico. During the north bound migration in the spring, we observe mother and calf pairs as well as mating pods.

San Diego Whale Watching Tours Since 1935

H&M LANDING has long been the pioneer in West Coast whale watching since 1953. Renowned for our wide range of adventure offerings, we have unsurpassed expertise in the approach and observation of marine wildlife in their natural environment. Unlike the San Diego Zoo, Sea World or the San Diego Wild Animal Park, we have the unique opportunity to observe nature as it was intended, unspoiled and on its own terms. Whether you are looking for a 3 Hour Local Trip or one of our longer expeditions to the seacoasts and lagoons of Baja California, H&M Landing will show you the way.

H&M Landing Whale Watching, San Diego California2803 Emerson Street,
San Diego, California 92106

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Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
As the world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more protective equipment is ending up in the sea.
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
A beluga whale was spotted Friday off San Diego — the farthest south the species has been documented on the West Coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed.
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Welcome Back H&M Landing Customers.

With a date yet to be identified for resuming trips (though it is not too far away), we have implemented the following procedures to provide you with the best experience possible. As our customer, H&M Landing recognizes we all play a role. Our staff and vessel crews have taken every precaution and request our customers take an active role in playing their part as well.

We recommend on-line reservations and payment in full to reduce crowding at time of check-in.
Should you have any questions, instructional placards have been placed at the entrance of the landing explaining the protocols on the property.
H&M staff will wear face masks while processing customers in our service center and tackle shop.
Hand sanitizing stations are provided outside in the open atmosphere and in our service center/tackle shop.
All H&M staff have been trained in the Sanitization Protocols with training documented.
H&M will have staff located at the entrance to monitor social distancing and to give guidance, as necessary.

read the complete update at www.hmlanding.com
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
A judge’s ruling that the federal government didn’t take adequate steps to protect endangered whales will probably result in another monthslong court battle
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
we may be apart for now, but the same things to bring us together will bring us together again. Now is time to savor memories made once upon a time and look forward to adventures ahead, more memories to make and save for a day... kinda like today...
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
Whale Watching at H&M Landing
We at H&M Landing are concerned with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which poses a worldwide health emergency. The health and safety of our employees, customers, partners and the communities we serve is our number one priority.
Effective immediately, and extending into early April or until otherwise mandated, H&M has suspended operations on all trips scheduled to depart.
Staff will be available to reserve your future dates, as we know this situation is temporary and we are anticipating robust season.
Please stay safe and healthy in the coming weeks and practice all recommendations set forth by your local health agencies.
We look forward to the cessation of this global pandemic and a return to normality.
Frank T. Ursitti
General Manager
H & M Landing

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