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Experience the excitement of Orca whales while paddling the San Juan Islands. There is no route more inspiring than exploring the San Juan Islands. We paddle an average of 10 miles each day which gives us plenty of time to explore and relax.
This tour uses remote camps which will be our home each night. The camps offer a wilderness setting with the comforts of roomy dome tents and home cooking in the camp kitchen. All camping gear and meals are provided. All you bring is your sleeping bag, clothing and personal items. The San Juan Islands have a mild summer climate with daytime temperatures 60-70F and nighttime temperatures 50-60F.
Saturday, July 9 - Sunday, July 17, 2011
Saturday, August 6 - Sunday, August 14, 2011
Only 10 spots available on this tour
You will experience two of our most popular trips for just one low price on this HUGE adventure. We have combined our whale encounter with our glacier tour. This trip is fully catered and all camping equipment is supplied. All you bring is your sleeping bag, clothing and adventurous spirit. Here is how our itinerary pans out.
Floatplanes will pick us up and fly west to Kupreanof Island, one of Southeast Alaska's premiere areas to view whales. The coastline offers miles of beaches and coves to explore by sea kayak. Humpback whales are only one of the many animals feeding in the rich waters offshore.
River otters search the beach looking for a dinner of crab and clams while bald eagles keep a watchful eye, searching for salmon returning to spawn in nearby creeks. For those interested in doing some land-based exploring, our neighbors include black bear, moose, deer, mink, and wolf. After each exciting day we'll spend our evening recalling the days events by a warm fire on the beach.
Join us for this fun and exciting tour by kayak on San Diego Bay.
We'll meet at Shelter Island for an introductory paddling lesson. Then we'll launch our kayaks for a beautiful tour of the bay traveling toward Point Loma.
Along the way we'll visit the marine mammal training area where they work with dolphins and sea lions. Then we paddle to the local bait barge where the California Sea Lions hang out. We also see many species of birds such as Brown Pelicans, Snowy Egrets, Double Crested Cormorants and Great Blue Herons.
We make it easy for you to join us on this paddle. We provide all the kayaks and equipment plus an introductory paddling lesson. No previous kayaking or swimming experience is required.
We use stable, comfortable 2-person kayaks that are easy to paddle for a safe, enjoyable day on the bay.
Bring your family and friends for an up-close-and-personal view of the California Sea Lions.
Cost is $44 per adult, $18 per child (2-14 years of age) sharing a kayak with an adult. Includes kayak, life vest, paddle, introductory lesson, and instructor/guide. $22 discount with your own kayak.
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If you prefer to pay with a check, call us at 619-282-3520 or email us to reserve your space. Once your space is reserved, you can download and print the 2-page Trip Sign-up form. Just fill it out and mail it to the address on the form along with your check. Once your paperwork is received, a confirmation and more detailed information will be sent to you.
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