In winter, La Haina is most suitable for whale watching. There are many companies going to sea. I made a reservation in advance and lined up directly at the dock to board the ship. Generally divided into big boats and small boats, there are several classes every day, the Internet can choose the time, the whole process of 2 hours, feel that the boat will be closer to the whale. Personally, the best way to see marine animals is to go to sea, not to catch them, lock them up and force them to perform. Ancient town is very leisurely, there are many small shops on both sides, commodity stores, galleries, museums, libraries, restaurants, artistic atmosphere, like La Haina very much.
When you come to Maoyi in winter, you can't miss Lahaina Whaling Town. Whales can be seen in a small section of the sea. It's very comfortable to visit the town after whale watching. There's an Oleko shopping 15 minutes'walk from the wharf. Although there are not many things, the exchange rate is lower than Honolulu and fewer people. Orlet side has Forrest Shrimp and Rushmallow Steak, the environment is good.
This is the ancient whaling farm, now the commercial center. Before Hawaii moved its capital Honolulu, it was the ancient capital. So far, the city still retains its unique classical flavor. Rows of wooden dwellings are commercial and art districts. Fishing boats and yachts docked in the harbour are good places to entice tourists to watch whales by boat and to taste fresh fish just caught. There are also giant Indonesian banyan trees that are more beautiful than Juxian Ginkgo biloba. Local people generally enjoy leisure, keep a yacht, go to sea to see whales, slaughter fish and sell fresh fish, and have a comfortable and leisurely life. It is said that there is a famous small hotel here, like pioneer inn, Hemingway, Sun Yat-sen, the author of the old man and Hai, who lived here before (unfortunately, we can't catch a picture after boarding the car).
Come to La Haina town, walk in the street where Forrest Gump runs in the movie "Forrest Gump's True Story", sit on the coastline and taste Forrest Gump's shrimp, then rest under the banyan tree at the entrance of town, and follow the movie to recall Forrest Gump's unusual life.
Beautiful scenery, rich cultural heritage, 1873 old banyan trees, ancient wharfs, ancient buildings everywhere, make the town famous overseas.
It's a good time to see whales. They shoot out high water columns in the blue water, turning huge bodies and drawing people's cheers. Unfortunately, the camera lens can't keep up with the whale dance. Only the most beautiful lens can be seen in the eyes and left in the mind.