Half Day Trips from Anacortes
$69 discounts* and kids under 12
$99 single kayak option
Early Bird Special: All seats** $69 on the 8:30am trip!!
**Early bird discount not available for the single kayak option
April – September
8:30am / 10:30am / 12:30pm / 2:30pm / 4:30pm
Reservations are strongly recommended for this popular tour!
October – March
Limited schedule. Call for availability.
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or call 1-800-992-1801
*Discounts apply to seniors over 65, active military with ID and groups of 20+.
Kayak Tour Highlights
- Gorgeous Views
- Seals, porpoise, eagles, and possible killer whale sightings.
- Secluded shorelines (avoid the crowds!)
- Fun and knowledgeable guides
- No Experience Necessary!
- Convenient and affordable!
These kayak trips are our most popular tours for a variety of reasons. The convenient location, perfect length of time, affordable prices, and diverse departure times all add up to a great day of sea kayaking in the San Juan Islands.
For your comfort and security we custom designed special sea kayak docks that make entering and exiting our kayaks almost effortless. The first few minutes of this kayak tour are in the bathtub-like conditions of the marina. This allows folks who have never been sea kayaking before to settle in and get comfortable in the kayak.
Most trips paddle out to 3 small islands nestled in Burrows Bay. When the conditions are right your guide may attempt a full circumnavigation of Burrows Island or Allan Island, showing you outstanding views of the San Juan Islands and Olympic Mountains.
There is something new around every corner on this kayaking tour. Our knowledgeable kayak guides are always on the lookout for seals, eagles, porpoise, and of course…Orca whales.
Although we pride ourselves on not making unreasonable claims in regards to sea kayaking with Orca whales, this trip presents great opportunities to see the whales, and many of the other creatures who call the San Juan Islands home.
Everyday is different, but one thing is certain, you will enjoy your experience of kayaking in one of the most outstanding places in Washington State.