Women's Two Day Kayak Camping Tour
KAYAK CAMPING IN THE WHALE WATERS! Available Every Weekend! • Beginner Friendly • Sat-Sun • $549 Why Choose Sea Quest for your Women's Two Day Kayak Camping Trip on San Juan Island? We offer the lowest priced kayak tours to the prime wildlife zones along San Juan Island where nearly all whale and wildlife sightings occur. With over 30 year of planning women's only kayak tours, our Expedition Director Martine knows she can create a supportive atmosphere where women are comfortable experiencing new activities & places. Sea Quest has professionally trained female biologist/naturalist guides capable of providing an educational and safe experience on your kayaking adventure. Our women's tours are handcrafted for adventure! by our female management and guides. We only camp on small remote islands with abundant eagles, seals and other wildlife. Our routes include visits to a National Monument, National Wildlife Refuge, State & County Parks, and possibly a National Historical Park. We paddle the best routes for kayaking with orca whales in the US with over 470 killer whales living in the San Juan Islands from Apr-Oct. Our tours paddle along stunning seashores and feature sensational vistas. Along the way we search for wildlife & enjoy the natural beauty. We provide the best and newest kayaks & paddling gear. Sea Quest only uses high-performance kayaks on multiday tours. We have the best-maintained fleet of modern, comfortable, swift kayaks in the San Juan Islands! Sea Quest has the longest history of any company operating kayak tours in the prime wildlife zones. Others companies have copied our wildlife watching success! We also have the longest history of running women's only kayak tours! Sea Quest Kayak Tours Provides Sea kayaks, all related sea kayaking trip gear, safety equipment, transportation to and from Friday Harbor and the launch beach, instruction and expert guides. While camping, meals provided include breakfast and dinner. Our all inclusive listing price includes spacious tents to ensure you will be well rested for adventure. Sleeping bags and pads can be rented for an additional nominal fee - but feel free to bring your own! Trip Details Meeting Place: Friday Harbor, San Juan Island. Look for our van and kayak trailer in the traffic circle adjacent to the Friday Harbor Ferry Terminal. Meeting Time: 8am On some dates there may be a slight difference in trip start time. Our online reservation system will indicate this if you enter a specific date. Ask about earlier or later departures if the starting times shown don’t work for you! Itinerary: Day 1 Itinerary: We go straight to the launch beach, load the kayaks, and then prepare everyone with the basic skills during a hour-long instructional session. We launch directly into prime wildlife watching territory and must keep a sharp eye out for eagles and potential “blows” as we paddle. Our route passes numerous islets, rocks, and reefs rich in wildlife. Paddling time may vary from 4 to 6 hours, covering 8 to 12 miles each day depending on sea conditions. To keep fresh, we take several floating rest stops throughout the day, plus one or more visits ashore for lunch and relaxation. If time permits, we may stop for a hike to stretch our legs and soak in the scenery before finishing our kayak adventure to our campsite. We will spend the night at a spectacular marine park. After dinner you can request a sunset paddle or even a moonlight paddle where you may see bioluminescent life swirling in the waters like fairy dust. Day 2 Itinerary: After enjoying the morning sunrise, we break camp and launch for another wonderful day of sea kayaking. We cover a similar distance as the day before, still sticking to the main thoroughfares of killer whales and other wildlife. After landing we promptly reboard the van. Finish Time & Place: Friday Harbor Ferry Terminal between 1:00 and 3:00pm. This allows you time to catch various departing ferries if you desire to leave the island that evening. Total Time: Two days of none stop fun! Be aware that whales, winds or currents can occasionally delay us! But there will always be plenty of time to catch one of several departing ferries if you are planning to leave the island. What to Bring Beach clothing, beach foot wear, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and lunch. Bring a hat, warm sweater and rain jacket if cool, cloudy, windy or rainy. A detailed packing list of camping related household items will be provided after you book your tour!
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