A marine safari on and off the shores of Washington state’s San Juan Islands.
The largest member of the dolphin family, the orca is one of the top predators of the sea.
The San Juan Islands is the best spot in Washington state for whale watching, thanks to its many sheltered coves.
In the shadow of the Olympic Mountains, the San Juan archipelago is protected from heavy Pacific weather, enjoying 250 sunny days a year.
Protected by the Olympic Mountains, the San Juan Islands provide a peaceful marine habitat for wildlife. Look for whales and other marine life from the comfort of a private catamaran. Visit waterfalls and mountain lakes, and learn about local efforts to protect wild salmon at a salmon hatchery.