The neighboring communities on the islands and the mainland each have their own unique personality and points of interest. No matter where you choose to stay in this region, you’ll find beautiful scenery and friendly people.
The restaurant scene in Friday Harbor and all of San Juan Island is rich and varied. Whether seeking the classic burger, fries and a milkshake or a farm-to-table experience, diners can find a restaurant to suit their tastes.
Seattle is by turns cosmopolitan and casual, and visitors here can find both activities and lodging to suit their style. Don’t miss your opportunity to explore the Emerald City before or after your whale watching safari.
Let us help you plan your most memorable trip ever. Getting to San Juan Island is half the fun. Once you're here, you'll be amazed by all there is to see and do.
It's half the fun! Your adventure doesn't just start with the begining of your San Juan Outfitters tour, it starts from the moment you leave your door. So, how will you plan to get here? Will you drive Washington State's designated scenic byways to the Washington State Ferry in Anacortes, WA? Will you take in the sights from a different view and arrive by sea plane? Take a moment to check out our Getting Here page that provides the information you'll need to get to the next leg of your adventure.
Need help with transportation logistics? Give our San Juan Island reservations staff a call. We'd be happy to help with your transportation questions. From flights, to ferries, to shuttles from Seattle, we can answer all your travel questions.
Experiencing the San Juan Islands
There are 172 names islands and reefs in San Juan County. Whether you are planning to enjoy a day of whale watching or look forward to participating in a week long kayak excursion, be sure to plan some extra time to just to explore all that San Juan Island and Roche Harbor have to offer. From high-speed whale watch excursions, to sea kayaking, or to fine dining, and quiet beaches, the San Juan Islands have something for every visitor.
Visit our San Juan Island lodging page for information on our recommended island accommodations. You can also visit the San Juan Islands tourism bureau website if you would like to expand your trip to some of the surrounding local islands.
What to Bring?
When you come on a tour with us, the most important things to bring are yourself and a sense of adventure! However, we do have a few suggestions that will aid in making your trip comfortable, and the memories you take away a whole lot better.
Each guest who joins San Juan Outfitters for an adventure receives complete tour details in an emailed confirmation letter. Give our San Juan Island reservations staff a call if you have questions. We'd be happy to help!
I Still Have a Few Questions...
If you don't find all the answers you're looking for, please feel free to give us a call toll free at (866) 810-1483, locally at (360) 378-1962, or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our San Juan Island office is open year round, so please give us a call. A member of our reservations team would be happy to help plan your adventure.
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