Whale watching with San Juan Safaris
While visiting the San Juan Islands earlier this month we went on a whale watching tour with San Juan Safaris. Whenever we visit the San Juan Islands we like to get out on the water as much as possible and San Juan Safaris is one of our favorite outfitters to partner with. Their guides and naturalists are professional and possess an enthusiasm for their jobs that is unmatched. Whenever I go on a whale watching tour or a kayaking trip with San Juan Safaris I always leave inspired by the scenery, but more importantly the people. In addition to fantastic staff you won't find nicer boats or kayaking equipment than through them.
Everywhere you look the scenery is breathtaking and the entire time you repeatedly ask yourself "why don't I own a vacation home here?"
We happened to be up in the San Juan Islands for San Juan Safaris first whale watching tour of the year. The weather was superb and although we did not see any whales (it was still early in the season) we witnessed an abundance of wildlife up close and in its natural environment.
There is so much diversity which exists in the San Juan Islands. Some islands are rocky, others flat and this one has a large grassy hills and imported animals.
San Juan Safari's whale watching tours never seem overcrowded and it is always easy to find a spot on the boat to yourself. Spending the day with people who are passionate about what they do breathes new life into your own aspirations. After a day of whale watching I felt happy and privileged to be able to follow my dreams and live life at my own pace.
On our tour I learned from our naturalist the subtle differences between bird species and was able to see up close the huge difference between seals and sea lions.
This post was sponsored by San Juan Safaris. All opinions stated here are my own and I was under no obligation to write anything other than my personal experience. I will never write about anything I did not enjoy or find to be a valuable experience.