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    Ballard Locks Tour

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    Why go to the Ballard Locks when you can go through it? With Ballard Kayak, you'll have the opportunity to embark on a scenic adventure like no other, taking on Seattle's second most popular tourist attraction! Your knowledgeable tour guide will paddle you through the iconic Shilshole Bay, where you'll see an impressive array of local wildlife such as seals, sea lions, osprey, and great herons! Then, you'll enter the historic Hiram M. Chittenden (Ballard) Locks. As the 30 ton gates of the "water elevator" shut behind you, you'll look up to see other tourists watching you with envy as you gently rise to Lake Union's water level. You'll also get to see Seattle's largest mega yachts and the infamous Deadliest Catch Boats! To end your unforgettable journey, you'll be taken back downstream to the calming Shilshole Bay Marina where you can laze around on the beach!
    Ballard Locks Tour

    7901 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle

    • Experience the second most visited tourist attraction of Seattle for yourself -- the Ballard Locks
    • Allow your trusty tour guide to paddle you through the scenic Shilshole Bay
    • Keep your eyes peeled for seals, sea lions, osprey, and great herons
    • End your journey by lounging on the beautiful beach!
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    9 positive reviews
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    Whale Watching Tour (Port Townsend)

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    Want an amazing whale watching experience without having to spend the whole day on the water? Then it's a good thing Puget Sound Express offers this 4 Hour Whale Watching Tour! You'll depart Port Townsend and head towards the San Juan Islands, where the whales are. The Red Head, your comfy and fast 40 seater boat, moves like a dream, and has a phenomenal whale-sighting track record. It's also equipped with a hydrophone, so if the whales are feeling chatty that day, you'll be able to listen in! The family behind these amazing tours has so much experience whale-watching, that they GUARANTEE you spot a whale -- or else you get to attend again, for free!
    Whale Watching Tour (Port Townsend)

    227 Jackson St, Port Townsend

    • Board the Red Head, a comfortable and fast 40 seater, and head out to the San Juan Islands
    • Spot whales, and listen in to their conversations using a hydrophone
    • Spend 4 hours on the water and get back home in time for dinner
    • Come back again for free, in the rare event that you don't see any whales
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    60 positive reviews
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    Whale Watching Tour (Seattle/Edmonds)

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    Take a ride on the fastest whale watching boat in the Northwest! Cruising at over 40 mph, the Chilkat Express will take you to the spectacular San Juan Islands in a little over an hour. Combine speed with 3 generations of dedication and experience connecting Seattle visitors to the great outdoors, and you're GUARANTEED to see whales -- or your next trip is free! This is a great way to spend a day enjoying the Northwestern waters. Kids love it too! You'll enjoy 4 ½ hours of spacious comfort, with access to a great cafe that serves freshly baked blueberry buckle. Outside, there's a menagerie of whales, porpoises, dolphins, seals, sea lions, shore birds, and much more.
    Whale Watching Tour (Seattle/Edmonds)

    227 Jackson St, Port Townsend

    • Take a ride on the fastest whale watching boat in the Northwest
    • Spot whales, porpoises, dolphins and much more on this incredible wildlife-watching tour
    • Enjoy a comfortable ride, equipped with a cafe that serves delicious blueberry buckle
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    60 positive reviews
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    Whale-Watching Kayak Tour (Half Day)

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    Looking to add a little excitement to your life? Get off the beach and into a sea kayak -- you're headed out into whale country! Grab your gear and get out onto the water with the most experienced guides in the area. These experienced mariners will do their best to get you a front row seat to these incredible animals while observing safe sea kayak whale-watching guidelines. You'll also get to explore several of the surrounding islands. Keep one eye on the land and one eye on the water because you may see humpback whales, minke whales, Dall's and harbor porpoise, river otters, harbor seals, bald eagles and Stellar sea lions. That's a lot of nature packed into four hours . . . Are you ready?
    Whale-Watching Kayak Tour (Half Day)

    275 A St, Friday Harbor

    • Hop into a Kayak with the most experienced guides in the San Juan Islands and set out in search of whales
    • Paddle in style in double fiberglass kayaks and use lightweight carbon fiber paddles for this 4-6 mile journey
    • Explore the beautiful ocean while taking in the incredible, native wildlife and the San Juan Islands
    • Take a 4-hour adventure into whale country and explore several islands
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    14 positive reviews
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    Tillicum Village Cultural Experience

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    The 4-hour adventure to Tillicum Village on Blake Island State Park begins at Pier 55 on Seattle's central waterfront. Relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery during the 45-minute narrated cruise from downtown Seattle. When you arrive at Tillicum Village, make your way up to the longhouse along the pathway strewn with clam shells bleached by the sun. Before you enter the longhouse, take a moment and enjoy an appetizer of clams and nectar. Be sure to crush the empty clam shells when you are finished as it is the tradition to help preserve the path! Inside the longhouse, watch as whole Chinook salmon is cooked over an alder-wood fire on cedar stakes in the traditional Northwest Coast Indian style. As you finish your buffet meal, the lights dim while the myth and magic come to life in the spellbinding performance featuring the Tillicum Village dancers. The highly acclaimed show leads visitors through an enchanting tour of the customs, beliefs and dances of the Northwest Coast Indians. In this 25-minute production, the authentic dances are representative of the myths and legends from various tribes along the Northwest Coast. Modern storytelling and symbolism are combined with the theatrics of the stage to enhance the ethnic and cultural heritage of an exceptional people. After the show, you have approximately 45-minutes of free time when you can watch carving demonstrations, browse through the gift gallery featuring artwork of local artisans or stroll along the pleasant beaches and forest trails. Finally, board the boat and enjoy the relaxing cruise back to Seattle.
    Tillicum Village Cultural Experience

    Pier 55, Seattle

    • Enjoy a narrated cruise trip to Tillicum Village on Blake Island State Park
    • Feast on clams, nectar, Chinook salmon, and a buffet-style meal
    • Learn about the local customs, beliefs, and dances through a special performance by the Tillicum Village dancers
    • Enjoy a stroll along the pleasant beaches and forest trails
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    19 positive reviews
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    Kayaking on the Sound Tour - 2 Hr

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    Witness the rich ecosystem of the Puget Sound on this exhilarating two-hour kayaking tour. Paddle along the intricate patterns of islands, inlets, lakes, and shorelines while enjoying an array of wildlife sightings. Today, this sound is home to thousands of creatures, from killer whales to sand dollars. Make an unwinding experience out of it by drifting among the bull kelp or get a good day's worth of exercise (with a view) by paddling hard along the shore. Whatever floats your kayak!
    Kayaking on the Sound Tour - 2 Hr

    7901 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle

    • Embark on a kayaking journey through the historic Puget Sound
    • Look forward to impressive sightings of seals, sea lions, great herons, and other local wildlife
    • Enjoy complimentary snacks in between vigorous paddling or while indulging in the salty breeze
    • Beginner paddlers and families are welcome
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    9 positive reviews
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    Lake Union Houseboat Tour - 1hr

    Explore the cool waters in a vintage yacht with all the modern comforts. You will spend one hour on Lake Union and Portage Bay. You will get the chance to see Husky Stadium and other attractions along the way. Sit back, relax and enjoy some parts of Seattle you may have missed, like Gas Works Park. Plus, you will pick up new tidbits about the history of the area such as the smuggling boats used during Prohibition and other fun historic facts about Seattle.
    Lake Union Houseboat Tour - 1hr

    Partage Bay, Seattle

    • Spend one amazing hour on the Mary Adda yacht
    • See parts of Seattle you may have missed, including Gas Works Park
    • Enjoy the antique yacht and fun crew
    • Find the beauty of Lake Union
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    Griffin Bay Sunset Kayak Tour

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    Looking to get away from the crowds? Stop cruising the mainstream attractions and take a sea kayak out on the placid waters of Griffin Bay at sunset. Grab your gear and get out onto the water with the most experienced guides in the area. You'll paddle past the glacier-covered Mt. Baker and take in beautiful views of the Olympic Range. Watch as the last rays of sun trickle through the forests of the San Juan Islands and the shadows stretch out across the shining waters of the bay. As you paddle, you may also encounter bald eagles, dall's or harbor porpoise, river otters, mink and oodles of migratory seabirds such as scoters, harlequin ducks, loons and mergansers along with our local herons, cormorants, gulls and kingfishers! The serenity of the scene will sustain you for days!
    Griffin Bay Sunset Kayak Tour

    275 A St, Friday Harbor

    • Hop into a Kayak with the most experienced guides in the San Juan Islands and explore Griffin Bay at sunset
    • Paddle in style in double fiberglass kayaks and use lightweight carbon fiber paddles for this 3-hour journey
    • Explore the beautiful coastline of the Olympic Range while taking in the incredible, native wildlife
    • Take an evening to kayak in the tranquil waters of Griffin Bay and watch an incredible sunset
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    14 positive reviews
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    Whale-Watching Kayak Tour (Full Day)

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    Looking to add a little excitement to your life? Get off the beach and into a sea kayak -- you're headed out into whale country! Grab your gear and get out onto the water with most the experienced guides in the area. These experienced mariners will do their best to get you a front row seat to these incredible animals while observing safe sea kayak whale-watching guidelines. You'll also get to explore several of the surrounding islands. Keep one eye on the land and one eye on the water because you may see humpback whales, minke whales, Dall's and harbor porpoise, river otters, harbor seals, bald eagles and Stellar sea lions. Stop to refuel with a delicious deli lunch before you get back out in the water to take in more incredible sights. That a lot of nature packed into six hours . . . Are you ready?
    Whale-Watching Kayak Tour (Full Day)

    275 A St, Friday Harbor

    • Hop into a Kayak with the most experienced guides in the San Juan Islands and set out in search of whales
    • Paddle in style in double fiberglass kayaks and use lightweight carbon fiber paddles for this 4-6 mile journey
    • Explore the beautiful ocean while taking in the incredible, native wildlife and the San Juan Islands
    • Take a 6-hour adventure into whale country with a delicious deli lunch included
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    14 positive reviews
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    Kayak Trip from Anacortes (Full Day)

    No matter how great your life is, you could always use a little porpoise. And, if your life isn't that great, never underestimate the ability of porpoise to perk you up! On this extensive tour, you'll kayak down the awe-inspiring west side of Fidalgo Island, circumnavigating the uninhabited, wildlife-filled Burrows, Allan, and Young Islands. Besides porpoises, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for bald eagles, seals, and even orca whales! And in the meantime, let your expert tour guide bring you to all the best spots for just privately enjoying nature. So come on down, and lower your stress levels with a nice, relaxing ride-- you deserve it.
    Kayak Trip from Anacortes (Full Day)

    2201 Skyline Way Ste 203, Anacortes

    • Kayak down the scenic west side of Fidalgo Island, and enjoy the amazing natural beauty upper Washington State has to offer
    • Circumnavigate the uninhabited Burrows, Allan, and Young Islands
    • View porpoises, bald eagles, seals, and even orca whales
    • Get away from the grind of everyday life with this relaxing kayak ride
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