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Sea Kayaking Tour to Rocky Cliff Shoreline of Freshwater Bay From Port Angeles, WA

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Reserve a spot on this exciting sea Kayaking Tour from Port Angeles, Washington! Starting at $59 per person for 2 hours!

Sea Kayaking one of our favorite trips: following the designated Whale Trail, kayak the beautifully rugged and rocky cliff shoreline of Freshwater Bay on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. From the comfort of your stable kayak, enjoy viewing bald eagles, otters, harbor seals, or maybe even a whale. Are you interested in birding? Freshwater Bay boasts aucklets, common loons, cormorants, surf scoters, pigeon guillemonts, harlequins, marbled murrelets, bald eagles, muerres, and phaloropes (just to name a few.) Are you interested in invertebrates? Sea kayaking Freshwater Bay will give you that close up view of aggregate sea anemones, sea stars, urchins, nudibranchs, mussels, barncacles, snails, and many many more. This is truly a wonderful trip for anyone that would like to explore a NW cliff laden shoreline with great opportunities for wildlife. Our guides know the places to take you for the best wildlife sightings; they also know all the areas protected from certain wind and weather conditions, therefore this guided kayak tour is suitable for most ages and abilities.

Trips are scheduled at: 9:00 AM, 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM ( 2 hr. sunset). The 9:00 AM half day trip is the best for wildlife with calmer conditions.

Lake Crescent- Olympic National Park- Explore the crystal clear blue waters of glacially formed Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park; surrounded by Storm King, Pyramid and Sourdough Mtns., you'll paddle along the historical Spruce Railroad Trail to the deeply gorged Devil's Punchbowl- keep your eyes open for bald eagles, deer, salamanders and a variety of birds while learning the historical and cultural significance of this Olympic Peninsula gem.

Dungeness Spit National Wildlife Refuge- We invite you to join us for this kayak trip out to the historic lighthouse. Escorted by harbor seals, various waterfowl, and bald eagles, we'll kayak along the longest natural sand spit in the country. Once at the lighthouse we'll relax with lunch and explore the historic buildings, which are now maintained by the U.S. Lighthouse Society. This is truly a memorable full day kayak tour.  Please contact us to reserve your Dungeness Spit kayak trip, minimum 3 people.

Rates- Our rates include everything you need for a complete and enjoyable day on the water. You will be outfitted in gear that is clean and will keep you warm and comfortable including farmer john wetsuit, neoprene boots, gloves, paddle jacket, and pfd (lifejacket.) You can expect to be kayaking in a standard kayak with a rudder or skeg, both tandem and single person kayaks are available.  A number of different kayak options are available depending on your experience and size; our goal is that you are comfortable at all times. Also included are transportation from our store and a knowledgeable, caring, professional guide. Our rates are all inclusive; we do not "add on" when you show up. We are a fully licensed and insured company, maintaining a 100% safety record with the highest standards of equipment and guide training.  Your safety and enjoyment is our #1 priority.

If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Rates:

Two Hour Sunset- $59, Half Day- $79, Full Day- $129

Youth Rates (12 and under) when accompanied by 2 adults- Two Hour Sunset- $39,  Half Day- $59

Details

  • Type: Kayak
  • Capacity: 1 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 day
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear

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Tammi

From Port Angeles

Member Since Jul 2014

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