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Multi-Day Kayaking & Bicycling Camping Expeditions

I can’t thank you enough for making our vacation so fantastic! I hope somewhere we just might meet again. Enjoy life, have fun, and best wishes for lots of good adventures!
Julie Jones
Our guides John and Kelly were both wonderful. John's knowledge of the San Juan Islands' history, flora and fauna is amazing. Kelly is clearly a kayaking pro!
Meredith Radow

Kayak & Bike Camping Summary

Hey campers…here’s the ultimate multi-sport combination for the active at heart. It’s a vacation that includes not only sea kayaking, but includes bicycling the islands as well. Sea kayak one day among small remote islands in search of sea birds, seals, porpoise, river otters and orcas…then cycle the next day along unpopulated roads past rolling pastures, dotted with sheep and along steep, breathtaking cliffs. Each night we will impress you with our culinary talents while you relax and enjoy camping at its finest!

Length: These tours range from 2-6 days in length.

Few people get to experience each island’s unique style the way that you will. This trip takes you kayaking along the evergreen coastline of San Juan Island’s west side and cycling along pastoral roads that lead to views of the sea and snowcapped Olympic Peninsula. Orcas Island, with Moran State Park, the panoramic view on top of Mount Constitution, the lakes and waterfalls, is a must see when visiting. Lopez Island (known for its friendliness and “the wave” that islanders give each other in passing) is the smallest of the major San Juan Islands and offers a great route. You will get to know these islands inside and out while cycling and kayaking.

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.

No experience is necessary.

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.

Recommended to bring:

    • T-Shirt + sweatshirt + windbreaker
    • Personal clothing & toiletries
    • Cash for tipping your guide
    • Water resistant camera
    • Comfortable footwear
    • Pants or shorts
    • Sunglasses
    • Sun block
    • Lip balm
    • Hat
  • Bald Eagles
  • Shorelines
  • Sea Stars
  • Seals
  • Dall's Porpoise
  • Lighthouses
  • Orca Whales
  • Beaches
  • Sunsets
  • Madronas
  • Blue Herons
  • Bull Kelp
  • Vineyards
  • Cattle Point
  • Lavender Farm
  • Moran State Park
  • Sculpture Park

Times & Distances:

We paddle an average of 8-10 miles during each day which amounts to about 4 to 5 hours on the water. We shuttle you from Friday Harbor at 10 AM on the first day of your trip to our launch site and finish no later than 4:00 PM on your last day. We are glad to accommodate any needs which require variation from our normal schedule including any dietary needs or alterations in return times.

We bicycle an average of 15-25 miles each day with help from a support van to give you a lift if you need one. Our routes run along the low-traffic country roads, allowing time to stop and check out the amazing views or visit a local art studio along the way.

Gourmet Meals:

  • Fresh

    All meals are prepared fresh for you by your guides.

  • Local

    We support our local community and source many of our ingredients from farmers and providers right here in the San Juan Islands.

  • Organic

    Eco friendly, sustainable, and GMO/pesticide free. A way of life for many islanders.

  • Personalized

    Please inform us of your dietary preferences so we can prepare your custom meals. We can accommodate all eating preferences and allergies

*This is a small sampling of our many meals. Exact meals may vary based on dietary restrictions, allergies, food and beverage availability, trip duration and guide choices.
  • Breakfast

    Multi Grain Pancakes with a fresh berry compote and maple syrup. Local Goods Granola with a fresh fruit salad. A fantastic egg sandwich: Everything bagel, cream cheese, tomato, bacon, sprouts and cucumber. This tasty breakfast provides plenty of energy to get you through your morning activity!

  • Lunch

    Giovanni's on Bakery San Juan Bread: Fresh house made basil pesto, sliced peppered turkey, tomato, local greens and a thick slice of fresh mozzarella all on a slice of the unforgettable Giovanni loaf. Locally smoked salmon Caesar wraps fresh from the Friday Harbor fish market with local heirloom tomatoes from Mama Bird Farm. Local kale salad with mixed nuts, dried berries and fresh Quail Croft Goat Cheese dressed with Riesling vinaigrette from Local Goods. Oven fresh turkey with thin slices of brie, cranberry chipotle jam and a pile of sprouts layered between crusty sourdough bread from Bakery San Juan.

  • Dinner

    San Juan Pasta Company Spinach and Feta Ravioli topped with local vegetables in a tomato sauce. Fresh local Salmon selected by your guides from Friday Harbor Seafood and delicately cooked with garlic and fresh herbs. Served with a side of quinoa and wide rice, a seasonal vegetable and fresh green salad from Mama Bird Farm. Taco time! Fish or beef tacos with a fresh and light cabbage slaw packed full of local vegetables, Pablito's Salsa, fresh made guacamole topped with cilantro and fresh lime. This meal is an all time guide favorite and guaranteed to please our hungry camper.

*This is a small sampling of our many meals. Exact meals may vary based on dietary restrictions, allergies, food and beverage availability, trip duration and guide choices.

Our excellent knowledgeable and friendly nature/multi-sport guides...

... we strongly believe that an outstanding guide can make the difference between a good trip and a fabulous trip, therefore we place a lot of emphasis on using the best guides available. We pride ourselves on our choice of guides. We choose guides who are people persons, friendly, knowledgeable, have a great attitude, are excellent leaders, great teachers and who love what they do.

No previous sea kayaking experience is required...
...we begin each of our tours with a thorough safety/kayak lesson to familiarize you with your equipment so that you are adequately prepared for your adventure. This lesson includes paddling technique, sea kayaking safety, loading and unloading of your sea kayak, becoming familiar with our safety gear and other helpful and necessary preparation for our expedition.

*Previous knowledge of bicycling is a must.

Small personal groups…
… a great trip involves many factors. One of these is the group size. A smaller group is safer on and off the water, allows for more interactions between the guides and guest and gives our guests a chance to know each other. Furthermore, we can also adjust and modify the trip to the individual desires and interests of the group, allowing our guests to participate in various activities ranging from birding to advanced kayaking to custom bicycle routes for more mileage to photography. For all these reasons and more we keep our regularly scheduled multi-day expedition group size to 10 guests.

At least two guides on all of our multi-day kayaking & bicycling expeditions groups of 6 or more…
… one of our guides will make your trip with us great, but two will make it even better. We have at least two guides on all of our multi-day expeditions groups of 6 or more. This makes our trips safer, more intimate and allows our guides to offer our guests more, such as an evening paddle or hike, additional paddling skill development and more local folklore.

Camping at it's finest…
…we know that after a day of bicycling you are ready to take a warm shower. Because of this, we stay at handpicked campsites whether it's lakeside at Moran State Park on Orcas or Lakedale on San Juan Island. Our sites give you that "camping in the great outdoors" experience that you are looking for.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • How long of a drive is San Juan Island from Seattle?

    We are about a 2 hour drive from Seattle to Anacortes and then a beautiful 1 hour 20 minute ferry ride to Friday Harbor. Arrive to the Anacortes ferry terminal about 30-45 minutes before scheduled departure time if you are walking on the ferry and 1.5 to 2 hours before scheduled departure time if you are bringing your car to San Juan Island. We have a shuttle from the ferry in Friday Harbor to Snug Harbor on Mitchell Bay where our tours depart from, for those who wish to leave their cars at the Anacortes ferry terminal. For ferry fees and schedules visit the Washington State Ferries website. You can also fly to the San Juan Islands from Seattle, click on Kenmore Air & San Juan Airlines

  • Do you take beginners?

    Yes. All of our tours are designed with the beginner in mind. On all of our tours we give a safety & kayak lesson. All of our tours are guided so you will have an instructor near you the whole time.

  • What happens if there is a single person or an odd numbered group?

    We use tandem (double) kayaks for all of our San Juan Island tours. If there is an odd number then one person will be in a kayak with a guide or someone from another odd number party.

  • Can you accommodate my food requirements on your multi-day tours?

    Yes. We will send you a questionnaire when you make your reservation and our guides will plan accordingly.

  • Are showers available on the camping kayaking & bicycling tours?

    Yes! We do have access to showers at our campsites.

  • Will I see whales on my tour?

    Our kayak route offers one of the best opportunities in the world to see wild orca whales from a kayak because we paddle 1-2 days (depending on trip type) in a federally designated whale habitat. Since we can’t guarantee that they will show up on every kayak trip, we offer the option to increase the odds to over 90% by spending one afternoon aboard a whale watch cruise aboard the Odyssey. The resident J, K, and L pods of orcas have recently been put on the endangered species list so our goal is to respect them, abide by the guidelines and not to paddle aggressively into their path. We will give you a lesson at the beginning of the tour for appropriate kayaking behavior near wildlife.

  • What kinds of wildlife could we see?

    Some of the local flora and fauna are Bald Eagles, Cormorants, Black Oystercatchers, Pigeon Guillemots, Pacific Harbor Seals, Orcas (Killer Whales), Dall's Porpoise, Great Blue Herons, Ochre Sea Stars, Blood Stars, Pacific Madrones, Douglas-firs, Western Cedars, Bull Kelp forests and Eel Grass beds.

San Juan Islands Multi-Day Kayaking and Bicycling Camping Tour Schedule:

2-Day/1-Night - $499 per person

In Prime Orca Whale Territory.

Day 1:We will meet you at the ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle the group to our starting point, just outside of downtown. Today we will cycle along quiet country roads, stopping at Whale Watch Park for lunch and wildlife viewing in the Lime Kiln State Park. Afterwards, we will cycle north visiting an Alpaca Farm, an English garden at British Camp, Roche Harbor for an afternoon coffee or ice cream and a sculpture park on 19 scenic acres. The bike route will take us right to our camp spot for the night at Lakedale Campground.

Day 2: Wake up to a hot breakfast and some locally roasted coffee prepared by your guide and get ready for a day on the water. We will shuttle to the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back into Friday Harbor in time for your next adventure. *A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise Option Included! During each of these tours we give you the option to substitute a kayaking day for a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey. Here, as you are cruising the San Juan Islands, you can sit back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife..

Custom dates are available...just ask us.

Every Saturday-Sunday from April through October

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.
877-732-7877

3-Day/2-Night - $799 per person

Saturday - Monday 3-Day/2-Night Tour

In Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: We will meet you at the ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle the group to our starting point, just outside of downtown. Today we will cycle along country roads, stopping at Whale Watch Park for lunch and wildlife viewing in the Lime Kiln State Park. Afterwards, we will cycle north visiting an Alpaca Farm, an English garden at British Camp, Roche Harbor for an afternoon coffee or ice cream and a sculpture park on 19 scenic acres. The bike route will take us right to our camp spot for the night at Lakedale Campground.

Day 2: Wake up to a hot breakfast and some locally roasted coffee prepared by your guide and get ready for a day on the water. We will shuttle to the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Day 3: After a delicious breakfast we will pack camp up and get ready for a day of kayaking. Today we will head to the west-side to paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas, harbor porpoise and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. Whale watching is also an option today. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to Friday Harbor to say our good byes in time for your next adventure.

Friday - Sunday 3-Day/2-Night Tour

In Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: Our guides will meet you at ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle you to our private kayak slips on the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas and harbor porpoise, and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. Whale watching is also an option today. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.

Day 2: Wake up to a hot breakfast and some locally roasted coffee prepared by your guide and get ready for a day of exploring the island by bicycle. Today we will cycle along country roads, stopping at Whale Watch Park for lunch and wildlife viewing in the Lime Kiln State Park. Afterwards, we will cycle north visiting an Alpaca Farm, an English garden at British Camp, Roche Harbor for an afternoon coffee or ice cream and a sculpture park on 19 scenic acres. The bike route will take us right to our camp spot for the night at Lakedale Campground.

Day 3: After a delicious breakfast we will pack camp up and get ready for a day of exploring the shores of San Juan Island. We will shuttle the group to Snug Harbor and begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back Friday Harbor to send you onto your next adventure.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise Option Included! During each of these tours we give you the option to substitute a kayaking day for a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey. Here, as you are cruising the San Juan Islands, you can sit back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife..

Custom dates are available...just ask us.

Every Friday-Sunday and Saturday-Monday from April-October

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.
877-732-7877

4-Day/3-Night - $1099 per person

Tuesday - Friday 4-Day/3-Night Tour

Day 1 in Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: Our guides will meet you at ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle you to our private kayak slips on the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas and harbor porpoise, and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Day 2: Today we will take the Washington State ferry to Orcas Island and then cycle the horseshoe highway along Orcas Island’s enchanted evergreen lined roads. We will stop for lunch in Eastsound where you can buy gifts and mingle with friendly locals then we journey on though Moran State Park where we will be camping for the next two nights. Here you can go for a swim in the lake or hike through an old growth forest to a waterfall. You can catch a ride or cycle to the top of Mount Constitution where you will have a panoramic view of all the San Juan Islands, neighboring Canada, Mount Baker, Mount Rainer, the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges. Tonight we will serve you a delicious camp site meal made with savory island grown food and local wine.

Day 3: After a delicious breakfast we will shuttle everyone to Deer Harbor to paddle along the shoreline of the Wasp Islands where you might see bald eagles perched in old Douglas fir trees or a great blue heron wading in a shallow bay searching for its lunch. This evening you can enjoy more hiking and a wonderful campsite dinner.

Day 4: Pack up camp and head to the ferry for a day on scenic Lopez Island. We begin our bicycling journeys along unpopulated winding roads that hug the shoreline. Ride through rolling pastures, past century old farmhouses and rest at a beautiful pebbled beach with a picturesque view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the ferry to say our good byes by mid-afternoon.

Monday - Thursday 4-Day/3-Night Tour

Day 1 & 2 in Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: Our guides will meet you at ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle you to our private kayak slips on the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.

Day 2: Today we enjoy our breakfast together and then head to the west-side to paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas, harbor porpoise and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the campsite in time for you to relax before dinner.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Day 3: Today we will take the Washington State ferry to Orcas Island and then cycle the horseshoe highway along Orcas Island’s enchanted evergreen lined roads. We will stop for lunch in Eastsound where you can buy gifts and mingle with friendly locals then we journey on though Moran State Park where we will be camping for the next two nights. Here you can go for a swim in the lake or hike through an old growth forest to a waterfall. You can catch a ride or cycle to the top of Mount Constitution where you will have a panoramic view of all the San Juan Islands, neighboring Canada, Mount Baker, Mount Rainer, the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges. Tonight we will serve you a delicious camp site meal made with savory island grown food and local wine.

Day 4: After a delicious breakfast we will shuttle everyone to Deer Harbor to paddle along the shoreline of the Wasp Islands where you might see bald eagles perched in old Douglas fir trees or a great blue heron wading in a shallow bay searching for its lunch. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the ferry to say our good byes by mid-afternoon.

Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise Option Included! During each of these tours we give you the option to substitute a kayaking day for a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey. Here, as you are cruising the San Juan Islands, you can sit back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife..

Custom dates are available...just ask us.

Every Monday-Thursday and Tuesday-Friday from April-October

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.
877-732-7877

5-Day/4-Night - $1399 per person

Days 1 & 2 in Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: Our guides will meet you at ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle you to our private kayak slips on the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island. Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.

Day 2: Today we enjoy our breakfast together and then head to the west-side to paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas, harbor porpoise and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the campsite in time for you to relax before dinner.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Day 3: Today we will take the Washington State ferry to Orcas Island and then cycle the horseshoe highway along Orcas Island’s enchanted evergreen lined roads. We will stop for lunch in Eastsound where you can buy gifts and mingle with friendly locals then we journey on though Moran State Park where we will be camping for the next two nights. Here you can go for a swim in the lake or hike through an old growth forest to a waterfall. You can catch a ride or cycle to the top of Mount Constitution where you will have a panoramic view of all the San Juan Islands, neighboring Canada, Mount Baker, Mount Rainer, the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges. Tonight we will serve you a delicious camp site meal made with savory island grown food and local wine.

Day 4: After a delicious breakfast we will shuttle everyone to Deer Harbor to paddle along the shoreline of the Wasp Islands where you might see bald eagles perched in old Douglas fir trees or a great blue heron wading in a shallow bay searching for its lunch. This evening you can enjoy more hiking and a wonderful campsite dinner.

Day 5: Pack up camp and head to the ferry for a day on scenic Lopez Island. We begin our bicycling journeys along unpopulated winding roads that hug the shoreline. Ride through rolling pastures, past century old farmhouses and rest at a beautiful pebbled beach with a picturesque view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the ferry to say our good byes by mid-afternoon.

Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise Option Included! During each of these tours we give you the option to substitute a kayaking day for a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey. Here, as you are cruising the San Juan Islands, you can sit back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife..

Custom dates are available...just ask us.

Every Monday-Friday from April-October

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.
877-732-7877

6-Day/5-Night - $1699 per person

Day 1, 2 & 3 in Prime Orca Whale Territory

Day 1: We will meet you at the ferry terminal in Friday Harbor and shuttle the group to our starting point, just outside of downtown. Today we will cycle along country roads, stopping at Whale Watch Park for lunch and wildlife viewing in the Lime Kiln State Park. Afterwards, we will cycle north visiting an Alpaca Farm, an English garden at British Camp, Roche Harbor for an afternoon coffee or ice cream and a sculpture park on 19 scenic acres. The bike route will take us right to our camp spot for the night at Lakedale Campground.

Day 2: After a delicious breakfast we will get ready for a day of exploring the shores of San Juan Island. We will shuttle to the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island.Here we will give you a kayak safety lesson and then begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. Enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding snowcapped mountain ranges and listen to tales of island folklore. Taste a piece of Bull Kelp, which serves as a home to a myriad of marine species just below the waters surface. As we journey down the coast, we’ll stop for lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles. After a day on the water your guide will bring you back to our camp site to enjoy a relaxing happy hour beverage, while your guides perpare a made from scratch dinner.

Day 3: Today we enjoy our breakfast together and then head to the west-side to paddle north near Henry Island. We follow the coastline north looking for orcas, harbor porpoise and other marine mammals; we will take a break for lunch on Posey Island or one of the other remote beaches. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the campsite in time for you to relax before dinner.
*A Whale Watching Cruise aboard the Odyssey is also an option for today.

Day 4: Today we will take the Washington State ferry to Orcas Island and then cycle the horseshoe highway along Orcas Island’s enchanted evergreen lined roads. We will stop for lunch in Eastsound where you can buy gifts and mingle with friendly locals then we journey on though Moran State Park where we will be camping for the next two nights. Here you can go for a swim in the lake or hike through an old growth forest to a waterfall. You can catch a ride or cycle to the top of Mount Constitution where you will have a panoramic view of all the San Juan Islands, neighboring Canada, Mount Baker, Mount Rainer, the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges. Tonight we will serve you a delicious camp site meal made with savory island grown food and local wine.

Day 5: After a delicious breakfast we will shuttle everyone to Deer Harbor to paddle along the shoreline of the Wasp Islands where you might see bald eagles perched in old Douglas fir trees or a great blue heron wading in a shallow bay searching for its lunch. This evening you can enjoy more hiking and a wonderful campsite dinner.

Day 6: Pack up camp and head to the ferry for a day on scenic Lopez Island. We begin our bicycling journeys along unpopulated winding roads that hug the shoreline. Ride through rolling pastures, past century old farmhouses and rest at a beautiful pebbled beach with a picturesque view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Afterwards, we will shuttle back to the ferry to say our good byes by mid-afternoon.

Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise Option Included! During each of these tours we give you the option to substitute a kayaking day for a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey. Here, as you are cruising the San Juan Islands, you can sit back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife..

Custom dates are available...just ask us.

Every Sunday-Friday from April-October

Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.
877-732-7877

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