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SIMPLE EASY FUN SEA KAYAKING! Located right at the Orcas ferry landing! Walk up and paddle for a little while and explore while you wait for the ferry or just want to feel the calm on the water! We have guides for safety and guidance! Orcas Outdoors...more
Brian was an excellent guide on our three hour kayak tour of the islands. We looked at the map together before setting out. He explained several route options and what was special about each - we made the final call on the route we took....More
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Amee F, Owner at Orcas Outdoors, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2017
Anyone who complains about not seeing whales doesn't appreciate nature and the excitement that comes with its randomness. This company is THE only company to paddle with. We had the time of our lives. The owner guided us and we had great company and beautiful...More
We took an overnight kayaking trip recently with the Groupons we bought. While the scenery was beatiful and Jones Island (where we camp overnight) was great, we were disapponted in the quality of this trip.
While we understand that you cannot control nature whether you...More
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Amee F, Guest Relations Manager at Orcas Outdoors, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2012
We are so sorry to hear you did not enjoy your adventure. When you returned we wish we could have heard this as you stated how much fun you had and how beautiful it all was. The real issue is the hurry and the whales....More
We took a 3h kayaking trip with Orcas Outdoors. While our young guide was friendly and knowledgeable, I have to say that I am quite disappointed in the company advertising the tour as a "whale watching" tour. We did not see any whales in the...More
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Amee F, Owner at Orcas Outdoors, responded to this reviewResponded August 19, 2012
August 17 the whales were out in front of our dock. We are very sorry you did not get to see them. We cannot tell the schedule of the whales. They are wild animals. They are on their own schedule.
We just returned from the overnight kayak trip to Jones Island and we could not imagine a more amazing time! Everything was so wonderful. Ryan and Amee, the owner/operators are friendly and knowledgeable and truly made the experience more enjoyable. It's easy to tell they...More
I bought an online zozi deal for the 3-hour trip, we did it on the July 4th weekend of 2012. I left from Orcas Island with my friends, the guide (18-yr old kid, forgot his name) was very friendly, knowledgeable and nice. We got to...More
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Amee F, Owner at Orcas Outdoors, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2012
We are terribly sorry you did not see the whales on your sea kayak adventure. It is stated clearly there is no guarantee to see them as do not know the exact times they will come in our range. This year in fact was the...More
We did the overnight trip to Jones Island with Ryan and a great group of people. Ryan, our guide, took the time to explain the area, where we were going, and various wildlife. He knows the area really really well. I highly recommend Orcas Outdoors...More
We did the overnight trip to Jones Island with Ryan and it was great. Ryan, the owner, has excellent equipment and took the time to explain where and how we were going. I am an experienced kayaker and I learned much from him about the...More
We went on a kayaking trip to Jones Island (from Orcas Island) with Ryan and Amee, the owners. I am not an experienced kayaker, and I was very satisfied with both the time to Jones Island (about two hours) and the difficulty (easy enough, especially...More
The Orca are always around the islands. In fact these are residents who stay all year. They are in search of salmon. They are hungry and need a lot of food to survive. GO SALMON RECOVERY EVERYWHERE!!! if you are 🍀 you... More
The Orca are always around the islands. In fact these are residents who stay all year. They are in search of salmon. They are hungry and need a lot of food to survive. GO SALMON RECOVERY EVERYWHERE!!! if you are 🍀 you will get to see one of these magnificent creatures when you visit the San Juan Islands and go out on Deer Harbor Charters with certified naturalists who can explain all of the details about the Orca...