San Juan Islands Tour

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The Experience: Nestled between the three great cities of Seattle, Vancouver, and Victoria, British Columbia are the San Juan Islands. Encompassed by the waterways of the Puget Sound, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Rasario Strait. These Islands are often referred to as the “Rain Shadow” of the Olympic Mountains offering an average of 247 days of sunshine annually. With over 200 rocky, forested islands to explore this has become a world renowned kayaking destination. These pristine waters are host to over eighty-five resident orca whales. Other treasured wildlife sightings may include minke whales, harbor and Dall’s porpoises, seals, river otter, and a variety of bird life including Bald Eagles. Participants will traverse the waters using wind and currents to aid in the exploration of these beautiful islands. If you are interested in booking this tour, email us at

Perfect for: Beginners; Intermediate to Experienced Hikers

Group Size: 6 minimum 11 Maximum

7 days: $2400 per person

Additional days: $215 per person per additional day

Included: Professional Guide, ALL Meals, ALL Equipment, Snacks, & Permits.

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Sample Itinerary:

DAY 1: Fly to Seattle Washington

  • Fly into Seattle and stay in the area.
  • Travel to Anacortes Ferry

DAY 2: Ferry to Lopez Island

  • Stay at Spencer Spit

DAYS 3-4: Paddle to Orcas Island

DAY 5: Paddle to James Island

DAY 6 Paddle to Spensor Spit & Ferry to Anacortes

  • Travel to Seattle
  • Stay in the area

DAY 7: Fly Home

Optional Trainings

Wilderness First Aid:
2 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum, 11 Maximum

Course Fee: $235 + Trip Fee Per Person

Wilderness First Responder
4 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum 11 Maximum

WFR Certification will require Pre-Trip Book Work
Course Fee: $795 + Trip Fee Per Person
WFR Re-certification Fee: $235 Per person

All Courses include course material and certificate.

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