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Kayak the San Juan Islands with Discovery Sea Kayaks
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Kayak San Juan Island

Kayak San Juan Island with Discovery’s professional guides in personal small-group settings. Dedicated to providing visitors with the best the area has to offer, we provide our guests with high-quality equipment and design our paddle routes to maximize time spent in scenic areas with excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.

We have also pioneered and perfected some of the region’s most sought-after adventure experiences, such as the Bioluminescence Kayak Tour. Whether you’re looking for a taste of paddling the San Juans on one of our Half-Day or Full-Day Tours, or ready for a Multiday Camping excursion, we have a variety of tour options available April through October.

The San Juan Islands are a world-renowned sea kayaking and whale watching destination just a short distance from Seattle, Washington.

Specials (September 2019)

We have some great deals for the rest of the summer!

  • West Side Half Day Kayak Tours: Save 15% Off with Promo Code HDT. This will discount the price to $84.15 per person.
  • East Side Half Day Kayak Tours: Only $69 per person.
Do I need a reservation?

We recommend that you reserve your kayak tour in advance to secure your space. Though we are usually able to accommodate walk-ins, our trips do fill up, especially in the summer months. Get a head-start on your booking and get set for kayaking San Juan Island.

What's the most popular San Juan Kayaking Tour we offer?

The Half Day Kayak Tour is the most popular daily departing kayak tour. The Bioluminescence Kayak Tour is our most popular specialty kayak tour. The 3 Day Kayak Tour is our most popular camping kayak tour option. View our entire selection of professionally guided San Juan Kayak Tours.

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Sea Kayaking Tours of the San Juan Islands

The San Juan Islands are a small chain of islands in the Salish Sea. The area is a world renowned kayak tour destination in Washington State.