San Juan: Gay Travel Including a Guided Bicycle Tour of the San Juan Islands
Having Fun in Sunny San Juan
If you enjoy active bicycling vacations with free-roaming wildlife on land and porpoise, whales and seals in the sea, then you will love spending time in the sunny San Juan Islands of Washington. For trips, romantic breaks and vacations, including a guided bicycle tour of the San Juan Islands in your plans is the perfect antidote to urban burnout!
The attractive and unpolluted San Juan Islands form an archipelago on the west coast of the US, comprising a scatter of 172 to over 700 islands and islets depending upon high or low tide; many serving as wildlife refuges for harbor seals, cormorants and sea lions. These bijou beauties are set in the sparkling silver seas of the Pacific Ocean, to the north and west of Seattle and just south of the Canadian border. Continue reading
San Juan Islands: Get In Amongst the Whales on a Guided Sea Kayak Tour!
Eco/Green Vacations Including a Guided Sea Kayak Tour from San Juan Island
Travelers looking for low impact ways to observe the Pacific Northwest’s incredible wildlife can enjoy an eco/green vacation; such as a guided sea kayak tour from San Juan Island. The San Juan Islands form an archipelago comprised of 170 to 700 islands and islets (depending on the tide), along the west coast of North America, located northwest of Seattle and just south of the Canadian border.
Sunny San Juan
The sun kissed San Juan archipelago has its own special micro-climate, because of its location being in the rain shadow of the magnificent Olympic Mountains, which means these outstandingly beautiful islands only receive half the rainfall of Seattle. In fact, residents and visitors are able to enjoy approximately 250 sunny days each year and relatively mild winter weather. Continue reading
As the saying goes, the sun shines on the righteous. In that case the San Juan Islands must be doing something right – it’s claimed that sunlight adorns this sprawling archipelago north of Seattle for 247 days of the year. For busy women with vacation times sandwiched in between hectic working hours and demanding families, the San Juan Islands is your answer.
For added fun this year, try a women’s vacation including a guided bicycle tour in the San Juan Islands. Intersperse leisurely beach days with gentle – or not so gentle – exercise. What better way to truly explore the glorious sights of the San Juan Islands? What’s more, the promise of constant sunshine means it’s perfect for the fair-weather cyclists. No excuses! Continue reading
We all have different ideas of the perfect vacation. Some of us thrive in the company of our boisterous family and friends. Some favor romantic seclusion with that special person in our lives. Perhaps you dream of taking off with female company and not a demanding male (young or old!) in sight? Or maybe a solo vacation is your ideal with the chance to meet new people and forge new friendships?
If you fall into the latter categories and you’re seeking a girls’ only sojourn with a dash of added spice then a women’s vacation with a guided sea kayak tour from San Juan Island is a must.
The San Juan Islands of Washington State are often described as the crown jewels of the Pacific Northwest. Tiaras aside, they’re also one of the most popular destinations for sea kayaking, attracting visitors from all over the world. Continue reading
Are you feeling frazzled? Seeking some peace or an escape from the endless everyday demands of work and family life?
If you’re life is reminiscent of Cinderella’s before her fairy godmother appeared, a women’s vacation including a whale watch tour from San Juan Island could be just what you are looking for.
Let’s face it; life can get a little grey with its endless routines and thankless tasks. Sometimes, it’s only the hint of a vacation on the distant horizon that keeps us going. So whether it’s some girlie down-time with your close family or a longed-for retreat with a bunch of equally weary female friends, make the San Juan Islands the destination for your women’s vacation to remember. Continue reading
Going on a family vacation is about having fun and taking in new experiences. There are plenty of things to do and see from the San Juan Islands in Washington State. These islands offer something for all, regardless of interests. You could take a day on a whale watch tour to see the amazing mammals or you could see a variety of wildlife on a guided seas kayak tour. However, if you would rather use your legs to take your on an adventure, you could look into hiking or a guided bicycle tour. Continue reading
If you are looking for a way to unplug and reconnect with nature, consider San Juan Islands adventure vacations including a guided sea kayak tour from San Juan Island.
The San Juan Islands are located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the United States. This group of islands lies in the northern Puget Sound, just north of Seattle, Washington. More than 150 islands make up this evergreen archipelago, located in what the first Americans called the Salish Sea between British Columbia and Washington State. The four main islands are San Juan Island, Orcas Island, Lopez Island and Shaw island. Each has its own allure and style. Continue reading
If you are looking for a great adventure, you should try a San Juan Islands adventure vacation including a whale watch tour from San Juan Island. The San Juan Islands are a beautiful group of islands just north of Seattle, Washington, in the northern Puget Sound. With over 170 islands and islets, about 80 islets are set aside as part of the San Juan Islands wildlife refuge. If you haven’t discovered the San Juan Islands yet, you are in for a real treat. Continue reading
San Juan Islands adventure vacations including a guided bicycle tour in the San Juan Islands are the perfect way to build a lifetime of memories with your family this summer. Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, the San Juan Islands are an archipelago in the Puget Sound, consisting of more than 150 islands. Only three of those islands are reachable by the Washington State Ferry for walk ons or those that bring their car. The San Juan Islands San Juan Islands Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading