Guaranteed Whale Watch Tours from 5 Departure Locations
Our tours are more than just whales.
The Pacific Northwest is home to a vast array of wildlife. The diverse ecosystems range from the mountain ranges to the numerous island and waterways to the open ocean. The Pacific Northwest is home to bears, elk, mountain lions, eagles, salmon, giant Pacific octopus, whales and many more! The highlight for most visitors are the resident and transient orcas, humpback whales, minke whales, and gray whales. This is also a bird watchers paradise with so many unique seabirds to add to their life list.
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The waters surrounding our five departure locations offer some of the most diverse whale and wildlife viewing on the west coast. Onboard each of our tours, an experienced naturalist helps identify all of the whales, wildlife, and rich history that this area holds
Great Deals in 2017!
Adults save up to $30 off any tour by booking over 30 days in advance or by taking a Wednesday tour. There are discounts for AAA, AARP, seniors 65+, military, or students with an ID. Midweek deals can be found March-June and September-November. Click below for more information on how to save big in 2017!
Prepare for your tour
It’s better to be over-prepared than under-prepared. See our tips, suggestions, and frequently asked questions.
"Best whale watch boat in Washington"They will bend over backwards to find whales. I am a season pass holder and we have gone as far north as Salt Spring Island in Canada. As Far East as Race Rocks past Victoria Canada and as far south as Edmonds. These are great trips where you see all kinds of wildlife and you have a very knowledgeable naturalist on board.