Humpback Whale Marine Sanctuary Live cam


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The direct live stream from the 4K webcam at the humpback whale sanctuary in the Hawaiian Islands near Maui. This sanctuary, stretching from the mysterious island of Molokai to Lanai in the distance, serves as a breeding and mating ground for the population of humpback whales in the northern Pacific Ocean. From December to April, they can be seen here in large numbers, flapping fins and tails. The broadcast covers the north (tiny island of Mokuho’Oniki and Kahana, Maui), west (Molokai Island), and south (Lanai Island).

Opposite is the Kahekili Marine Reserve, one of Maui’s three reserves and a popular spot for watching green sea turtles feeding on seaweed. You may also stumble upon a pod of dolphins or a rare encounter with an endangered Hawaiian monk seal. Morning rainbows are a common sight, and evening sunsets are impressive. The sound from the webcam is prerecorded to ensure the privacy of guests staying at Maui Sands 4B.

This view is available to guests of Maui Sands Unit 4B right from the first-floor lanai. Unit 4B is a carbon-neutral, eco-friendly, and fully equipped condominium. Maui Sands is one of the first resort condominiums on the west coast of Maui to retain the spirit of the Hawaiian Islands of the 1960s before the hotel boom began.

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