The San Juan Islands are lauded as one of the top marine tourist destinations in the United States and there are plenty of opportunities to experience their island beauty to the fullest. Enjoy guided kayak tours all around San Juan Island and the whole of San Juan County. Take a charter boat or whalewatching tour and see the local orca whale pods in their natural habitat. Charter boats can also be rented for fishing trips, weddings, and other maritime excursions. South Beach is one of the longest stretches of open beach in the San Juan Islands and perfect for beach picnics and teasing the waves. Inland adventures are no less exciting on San Juan Island. Several state parks offer abundant camping sites and hiking trails. San Juan County’s only commercial zipline provides family friendly tours through the wooded interior.
Offering sea kayaking tours for 18 years, Outdoor Odysseys in Friday Harbor, Washington focuses on specific locales in the San Juan Islands where whales and other "wonders of the world" can be seen. We've built a solid reputation for offering quality, hand-crafted kayak outings in one of the most extraordinary, unique marine environments in the world.
Call 360-378-3533, San Juan Island
Our passenger-centered approach and reputation for going the distance assure you the best whale watching experience possible. Our whale & wildlife tours are fun, informative and interactive. Great for family groups and guests of all ages, we focus on small group tours so there's no competition for the best view.
Call (360) 378-7996, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
Every tour with Captain David and Captain Barbara is a different adventure. Rising and falling tidal and seasonal cycles develop a rhythm for all coastal life. The weather changes, lunar cycles, tides, currents, winds, waves and the lives of the ocean and coastline inhabitants are all connected and all constantly changing. And so with every breath of salt sprayed air that we take we experience something different. We can adjust to the level at which you're ready to adventure, to heel over with the boat and be part of the dynamics of nature. Your confidence will grow as you become accustomed to the dynamics of sailing in the Pacific Northwest. In a short time we feel connected to the ocean and linked to the life which flourishes here, present and amazed as the complex lives of whales, sea lions, seals, eagles, diving sea birds and salmon unfolds around us on our journey.
Call 360-298-1918, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
Come and experience for yourself the only Zip Line Tour in the San Juan Islands. Our family friendly Zip Tour features 8 Zip Lines. Zip San Juan is located in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Free transportation is provided from Friday Harbor Ferry. Reservations are required.
Call 360-378-5947, San Juan Island
The best Orca (killer) whale watching is off San Juan Island. San Juan Safaris is located in Friday Harbor just steps from the ferry landing on San Juan Island.
Specializing in high quality sea kayak tours. San Juan Outfitters is known for its low guide to guest ratio kayak tours. That includes the whale tours by kayak, day kayak tours and overnight kayaking -camping tours. San Juan Outfitters owns the exclusive kayak launching rights at Roche Harbor, San Juan Island and kayak launching rights in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island. This means that you will depart from custom designed kayak finger docks that make entering and exiting your boat easy. No more dragging your kayak down a beach or getting wet. We make it easy, safe and accessible for everyone.
Call 866-810-1483, San Juan Island
Experience the thrill of seeing orca whales, harbor seals, California & Steller sea lions, Dall's & harbor porpoise, gray & minke whales, bald eagles, cormorants, great blue herons and so much more on one of our whale watching trips.
Call 800-809-4253, San Juan Island
Join the kayaking and natural history experts at Sea Quest for your next kayak vacation. Experience the thrills and tranquility of sea kayaking with whales and marine wildlife. Sea Quest has been operating whale watching sea kayak tours for 25 years and our founders share a combined 50+ years of professional kayaking trip experience.
Call 360-378-5767, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
The San Juan Islands are the best place in the world to view orca whales in the wild and our vessels depart from the middle of it all, the west side of San Juan Island. The best months to view orca are from April though September, but a wide variety of other species thrive here as well. In addition to orca, humpback, gray and minke whales, porpoise, sea lions, a diverse variety of sea birds, eagles and seals call the San Juan Islands home year round.
Call 360-378-3744, San Juan Island
San Juan Kayak Expeditions, in Friday Harbor since 1980. Offers 5 Star guided 3, 4 and 6 hours kayak tours, Custom Kayak Trips, Multi-Day Kayak Camping Trips and Sea Kayak Rentals. Call us at 360.378.4436
Call 360-378-4436, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
Crystal Seas Kayaking specializes in guided 3 hour, full day, sunset and multi-day kayaking and multi-sport trips in Washington's sunny San Juan Islands - mid March through mid October. The perfect adventure for singles, couples, groups, and families - no experience is necessary. We are locally owned and operated by second generation islanders on San Juan Island and proudly support local businesses, organizations, schools and small farms. Besides the incredible scenery and wildlife, our guides are a huge part of why you will love your trip. The majority of our staff are locals who majored in science or recreation and all of them have an infectious love and knowledge of the outdoors. They are all naturalists who are CPR and First Aid certified and many are also Wilderness First Responders.
Call 877-732-7877, San Juan Island
Capt. Ken is a certified Naturalist and one of his greatest pleasures is to share his experience with others in this unique and intimate tour by taking you out to meet and observe the whales and marine life in their natural and magnificent environment.
Call 360-378-0302, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island