See up to 5 Types of Whales from 4 Departure Locations!

Year-round tours, four convenient departure locations.

Island Adventures has the tour for you, regardless of where you are in Washington state.  Our five departure locations – Anacortes, Everett, La Conner, Port Angeles, and Seattle – are strategically set up to offer the best whale viewing opportunity.  Every tour has the opportunity to see up to five types of whales (resident orca, transient killer whale, minke, humpback, and grey).  Check out the links below to see which departure location is closest to you! 

Anacortes, WA

Only 90 miles north of Seattle

4-5 Hour Guaranteed Whale Watch Trips

Tours run February 17th through December, 2018

Anacortes is the homeport to the San Juan Islands and conveniently located only 90 miles north of downtown Seattle.  There is no ferry hassle.  Tours on San Juan Island require an hour and a half ferry ride each way which can be tricky in the summer months.  Our tours depart out of Cap Sante Marina, conveniently located just three blocks from our main office and gift shop.  Avoid the added expense and hassle of the Washington state ferry system! 


Main Office and Gift Shop: 
1801 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221

Check in at Cap Sante Marina: 
715 Seafarers Way, Anacortes, WA 98221

La Conner, WA

Only 80 miles north of downtown Seattle

8 Hour Full Day Whale Watch Tours
with a Stop for Lunch

2.5 Hour Deception Pass Wildlife Tour

Tours run April 6th through September 30th, 2018

Both the 8 Hour Full Day Guaranteed Whale Watch Tour and the 2.5 Hour Deception Pass Wildlife Tour depart directly behind the La Conner Channel Lodge.  La Conner is an iconic Pacific Northwest waterfront community with an incredible amount of boutique shops and restaurants.  Be sure to walk the length of 1st street before or after your tour to take advantage of the lively heart of town! 


Check in Behind the La Conner Channel Lodge:
205 N. 1st Street, La Conner, WA 98257

Recommended parking:
203 2nd Street, La Conner, WA 98257

Port Angeles, WA 

Best option if you're on the Olympic Peninsula, Kitsap Peninsula, or Tacoma

4-5 Hour Guaranteed Whale Watch Tours

Tours run May 12th through October 30th, 2018

Port Angeles is strategically located on the north coast of the Olympic Peninsula.   If you're staying near the Olympic National Park or are west of Seattle, Port Angeles is the departure location for you!  If you're in Tacoma, skip the traffic of downtown Seattle an drive up the peninsula for one of the best whale watching locations in Washington state!  


Check in at the Port Angeles Landing Mall:
115 E. Railroad Avenue, Port Angeles, WA 98362

Recommended Parking:
150 E Front Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362

Everett, WA

Only 30 miles north of Seattle

3 Hour Guaranteed Whale Watch Tours

Tours run March 3rd through May 6th, 2018

Everett is the best departure in the spring – it's only 30 miles from Seattle and the whales are often right off of the dock!  Our Everett gray whale trips have been running for over a decade.  This tour is one of the reasons why we've been voted the #1 whale watch company in the Pacific Northwest the past seven years.  Whale watching in Everett is like going back in time – lots of whales and very few people. 


Check in behind Anthony's Homeport Restaurant:
1726 W. Marine View Drive, Everett, WA 98201

Feel free to park anywhere other than the two-hour parking.  We recommend parking in the 72 hour or Marina Tenant parking stalls.

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