San Juan Islands: The Unmissable Excitement of Whale Watch Tour Adventures!
Eco/Green vacations including a whale watch tour from San Juan Island
Attractive, green and unpolluted; the San Juan Islands consist of approximately 170 to 700 small islands (depending upon the tide), which form an archipelago along the Washington coast – just northwest of Seattle and south of the Canadian border. The San Juan Marine Stewardship Area, in northern Puget Sound, provides a protected habitat for an amazing range of sea mammals in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. This has produced a safe feeding and breeding ground for the resident orca pods and visiting whales, porpoise, seals and many other beautiful animals. Continue reading →
San Juan Islands, Washington is a beautiful and exciting destination for a vacation, especially for a family vacation. There are plenty of things to do and see while there, including a guided bicycle tour, a day out with a kayak and even a whale watch. Continue reading →
A short ferry ride or flight from mainland Washington takes you to one of the best kept secrets of the Pacific Northwest, the San Juan Islands. Whether it’s the sanctuary of a luxury retreat amid beautiful undiscovered coves and beaches, or the possibility of seeing the three pods of orca whales and bald eagles, or the buzz of charismatic art galleries, museums and restaurants you’re seeking, the islands offer it all in abundance. Continue reading →