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I HIGHLY recommend a small boat whale watching tour. As I stated in the kayaking tip, there were very few tourists in Mid-May so my hubby and I were the only ones on the boat with the captian. Not within 10 minutes did we encounter Orca whales( J pod) and the alpha male Ruffles. Ruffles is named for his unique apperance of his dorsal fin. This experience was truly moving.....Highlight of the trip. You will not get the same expertise and attention from the captian on those huge boat tours.
Written Sep 15, 2005
make sure to check out all four of the islands, San Juan, Lopez, Orcas, and the fourth one I forgot what the name of it was. Lopez island is run completely by nuns. Orcas island, although it is small has lots of spots to sit and go whale watching.
Written May 24, 2004
We used Maya's Whale Watching which is highly recommended on the internet. We saw 8 whales on our morning trip which was out of this world to see those giants(Orcas) performing in the ocean. Captain Jim is very knowledgeable and takes only 6 people on his boat unlike most who carried up to 16 people. Kayaking was done with Outdoor Odysseys and highly recommend them. This is one of the prime kayaking areas in the U.S.
Written Feb 25, 2003