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Our specialty is encountering Orca Whales while kayaking the San Juan Islands. Day trips explore Lime Kiln Whale Watch Park. Multi-day camping trips visit remote islands. Professional guides, small groups, best equipment, 40+ years of experience.
Join our award winning sea kayak tours, departing from both Anacortes and San Juan Island. We are conveniently located just 90 minutes from Seattle.
Single, double, and triple kayaks available. Join us!
Voted #1 Eco-Adventure in Washington!
We provide only the best equipment for our guests and personally guarantee your satisfaction. Our handpicked kayaking trip locations will allow you to explore the least developed shorelines in the northern Puget Sound region and the San Juan Islands.
With its unique setting and outstanding natural resources, Heirman Wildlife Preserve at Thomas' Eddy offers the perfect location for viewing wildlife, walking, picnicking, fishing and discovering the beauty and wonders of nature.
The open tide flats are the park's most significant feature. Mud flats in the area support a rich supply of invertebrates that attract shorebirds as they migrate from Central and South America to their breeding grounds in the Arctic.
The Chimpanzee & Human Communication Institute, is a sanctuary for a unique family of chimpanzees who have acquired the signs of American Sign Language (ASL) and use those signs in conversations with each other and their human companions.
Surrounded by irrigated cropland, this area is characterized by a tapestry of rugged cliffs, deep coulees and canyons, lakes, wetlands and shrub-steppe.
Calling adventuresome birders to explore primitive site along Cowlitz River.
The Dungeness Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for a wide diversity of wildlife species. Over 250 species of birds and 41 species of land mammals have been recorded on the refuge along with eight species of marine mammals.
Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge boasts one of the world's longest natural sand spits, which softens the rough sea waves to form a quiet bay and harbor, gravel beaches, and tide flats.
Enjoy the beauty and diversity of 600 acres of old growth Douglas firs, with mature western hemlock, Sitka spruce and western red cedar trees. Hike through five distinct ecosystems within a radius of just one mile.
Whether birding, practicing photography, or participating in educational programs, visitors enjoy viewing the unique ecosystems and diverse wildlife.
The GRNRA is one of the largest man-made, multi-use wildlife refuges in the United States. There are three observation towers, parking and a walking trail.
Welcome to the Buck Lake area of the Hansville Greenway. Approximately 3 miles of trails are available for your exploration.
We invite you to leave behind your hectic daily routine and escape to the quiet, peaceful world of the Hi-Tide Ocean Beach Resort.
Located on the south end of Lopez Island’s largest freshwater lake, this 80-acre Preserve includes 1,450 feet of lakefront shoreline, wetland, meadow, forest, and habitat for many bird species.
The park is part of the Willapa Bay Water Trail. A variety of migratory birds can be seen from fall through spring, including shovelers, brants, pintails, buffleheads and sooty shearwaters.
Lime Kiln Point is a 36-acre day-use park set on the west side of San Juan Island. The park is considered one of the best places in the world to view whales from a land-based facility. Orca whales are common in the waters off Lime Kiln.
The Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge is located in northeast Washington. Located on the west slope of the Selkirk Mountain Range, it is the only mountainous, mixed-conifer forest refuge in the lower 48 states.
The land that is now Meadowbrook Farm has been a focal site of human activity for thousands of years.
Mystic Sea Charters offers guaranteed Whale Sightings, Five star rating! See the whales, the wildlife, and the San Juan Islands or the Saratoga aboard the classic 100ft. Mystic Sea.
Discounts for Military, AAA, Seniors & Students
Orca whales, wildlife, Lighthouse viewing, Orcas Island Eclipse Charters
The park is named for its "pinnacles," or unique sandstone formations, and for the town of Peshastin, located three miles away. The area has been popular for rock climbing since the 1960s.
Birders flock to one end while boaters motor on the other side of this high desert oasis where the Columbia River overflow fills glacier depressions formed in ancient sand dunes.
Our whale watching tours are guaranteed to connect you with whales, or your next trip is free.
Our whale sighting guarantee: We see whales on over 90 percent of our whale watch tours! If you don't see whales on your whale watching/wildlife trip with us, then your next trip with us is free of charge.
We specialize in providing high quality whale watch, kayak, and adventure tours for groups small and large, families, and independent travelers with highly trained and friendly naturalist guides.
See Wild Whales! Modern, comfortable, fast boat. $79 Adults, $52 Child, under 2 years FREE
Save 43% off Seattle's 6 Best attractions with Seattle CityPASS. Plus skip ticket lines. Valid 9-days.
Toppenish Refuge, established in 1964, is an important link in the chain of feeding and resting areas for waterfowl and other migratory birds using the Pacific Flyway.
Join Jim Trainer, Kitsap community forester for a tour of the areas natural beauty. View bears, habitat and champion trees all while learning reforestation, restoration and mitigation tactics.
The 3,036 acres of wetlands on Turnbull NWR represent some of the last quality breeding habitat available in eastern Washington for waterfowl, which have experienced tremendous population declines across North America.
Turtleback Mountain preserve is treasured by islanders for its dark, undeveloped ridgeline, it is a refuge for wildlife and a haven for those who wander the trails through a mosaic of forests, wetlands and open meadows.
The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife is the definitive source for all information about watchable wildlife, hunting, fishing and clamming seasons as well as access to our wild back country.
The zoo, formed in 1899, is renowned for its naturalistic animal exhibits which incorporate the many elements of nature mimicking the actual habitats of hundreds of animal species around the globe.
The island sits on Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson islands in South Puget Sound. Visitors can enjoy picnicking on the beach and watching harbor seals on the shoal at low tide.
Matia Island State Park is a 145-acre marine park with 20,676 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Strait of Georgia. The island is part of the San Juan National Wildlife Refuge.