This city on the tip of Cape Cod is a major center for whale watching. Several tour operators offer excursions from Provincetown Harbor to Stellwegen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.
Located on the Mid-Cape, Hyannis offers a variety of whale watching tours departing from Hyannis Harbor. These visits often take place at the Stellwegen Bank National Maritime.
Close to Hyannis, Barnstable Harbor is another departure point for whale watching tours. These include humpback, fin, minke and even the occasional right whale.
On the "elbow" of Cape Cod, Chatham offers whale watching tours that take you through the waters of the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, a known area for whale sightings.
Just outside Cape Cod, Plymouth also serves as a starting point for whale watching trips. These tours often explore the Stellwagen Bank area for prime whale watching opportunities.
This picturesque town hosts whale watching tours that navigate around the Stellwagen Bank Sanctuary. Look out for humpback whales, dolphins, and other marine life.
While not technically part of Cape Cod, Nantucket is nearby and provides whale watching tours that can yield sightings of various whale species.
Whale watching tours from Brewster take you into Cape Cod Bay, where you can spot humpback, fin, and minke whales during their feeding season.
Located on the Outer Cape, Eastham offers tours that venture into Atlantic waters off Cape Cod. the spouts of these magnificent creatures.