Dragonfly Kayak Tours is all about adventure! We are excited to take you on a journey of exploration in the Salish Sea! Booking a tour with us is like planning an intimate getaway with your closest friends. We’ll take care of all the planning and work, all you have to do is show up prepared for fun and lasting memories. We offer half day, full day, sunset, bioluminescense and multi-day overnight adventures.
San Juan Cruises offers a scenic whale watch cruise which includes lunch and a stop in Friday Harbor, sunset crab dinner cruises on the bay with spectacular views of the Chuckanut coastline, wine and beer tasting cruises, and customized adventures.
Pacific Northwest Guided Tours invites you to join us in experiencing Bellingham’s urban and natural surroundings. Explore this city on the bay with a small town feel. Fun and casual tours await with your friendly and knowledgeable private guide.
Take a wilderness adventure into Bigfoot Country with your guides who have spent a lifetime exploring locations this elusive creature has been seen. Learn techniques to call one in, cast a wild animal track, use night vision to explore the forest at night, sit at a campfire drinking a hot beverage while your guides tell about a riveting first hand face-to-face encounter with a Bigfoot!…all this and more available on our evening, day and multi-day trips!
Tea and Tour combines English tea and scones with scenic and historic bike tours. The Cascade Trail is breathtaking with tour posts along the way that shared the rich history of the area. Our Northern State Mental Hospital Bike tour is a must-do!
We are proud to share our knowledge and expertise with you today! Beginners will learn the basics of kayak navigation and paddling techniques, while the more experienced will find this an excellent opportunity to advance their skills. We offer evening, half day, full day and multi-day trips as well as custom adventures.
Whatcom County artists open their studios to the public during the 20th annual Whatcom Studio Artist Tour the first two weekends of October. Artwork is for sale and artists are available (some demonstrating) to meet with visitors. Tour includes clay, glass, handmade books, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and woodworking. This self-guided tour is free.