Whale Season In Hawaii

Whale Season on the Big Island

Aloha Dear Friends,

I love this time of year January, as its whale season in Big Island, Hawaii. We are blessed to have a grand show of whales showing off their beauty during this time of the year. Humpback whales leave the icy waters of Alaska to mate and give birth in warmer waters. I was watching the sunset yesterday, and the sky had splashes of pink, and this huge whale started breaching over 9 times. I know it was a show for whoever was watching, wow it gives me such a powerful feeling inside experiencing moments like this.

I recently attended the Waimea Film Festival, and I was going to as many movies on whales, mostly for my personal education and awe of these beautiful creatures.

Whales are so special and are the largest animals on earth. I was very intrigued by the parts of the movies sharing the unique whale songs. Whales can hear their sounds underwater from over 1000 miles away. With my knowledge of the vibration of sound, it is very powerful in healing, and I feel the whales are singing their songs to heal the waters of the world. And I am sure they are communicating with each other.

It has always been a dream of mine to swim with a whale, well I know we are not allowed to, BUT what if I accidentally fall off a boat and into the ocean while whales are around.

Thought you might enjoy the totem meaning of whales:

“The whale spirit animal is the earth’s record keeper for all time. As a totem, the whale teaches you about listening to your inner voice, understanding the impact your emotions have on your everyday life and following your own truth. When the whale enters your life, it may be time to closely examine where you are, the actions and emotions that have brought you to this point, and what you can do to alleviate existing drama and unrest and find peace. Those who have the whale as their animal totem are in touch with true reality. They are nurturers and go-getters who understand there is more to this life than meets the eye.” (Source:

Whale Watching in Hawaii

If you’re looking for the perfect whale watching boat journey, then I highly recommend Captain Chad Charters. Chad and his beautiful wife Grace put on a memorable experience, it’s the personal touches and marine knowledge that is a hit. Book with Chad for an unforgettable ocean journey.

I feel blessed each moment of my life for the opportunity to live in Hawaii.

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Satori Ebedes

Satori Ebedes is a REALTOR Salesperson with Hawai'i Life. Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think is practical and expecting more than others think is possible. Satori understands that real estate is more than just a transaction, it’s a life changing experience here in Hawaii. She takes great pride in the relationships she builds and always works persistently on clients behalf to assist them achieve their real estate goals through her exceptional and personalized service. With two decades of experience, Satori specialized in the high end luxury real estate market in South Florida, property management and vacation rentals. Satori migrated west from South Africa over 20 year ago to South Florida, through Sedona and ultimately settled down on the Big Island of Hawaii, where she fell in love with the “Aloha Spirit”. She has also travelled to over 15 countries and brings a global perspective that guides her to unite the gap in the diverse real estate market in Hawaii. On her journey she has discovered how important it is to bridge a healthy lifestyle by living in a beautiful environment. Satori is focused on luxury lifestyle properties and her motto is “One Life”. You can email me at or via phone at (808) 333-2127.

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