Top 3 places you can go whale watching in Washington


Living in Washington, people assume you live and breathe wildlife or are stuck in a cabin all day. Either way, you may never have seen a whale outside of an aquarium or zoo, we want to change that. Washington in general is a great place to catch wildlife in the wild.

Washington has plenty of choices for you to get on a boat and go whale watching, but why pick at random when there are so many options available? We’ll give you three whale watching companies with amazing reviews and let you decide for yourself.

3.) Puget Sound Express

If you’re looking to spot a whale in Pudget Sound surrounded by scenic beauty, then Pudget Sound Express is the place for you, 7+ years on the waters and showing people the beautiful creatures that surround the city, including of course the whales. You can check out their website below!

Puget Sound Express

2.) Island Adventures

If you’re willing to drive a little further north to Anacortes, you’ll have a wonderful excursion to the San Juan Islands, giving you the perfect view to see all the whales you can imagine. It’s a fun trip on which you can create memories for a lifetime. To check out their site and book a trip, follow the link below!

Island Adventures in Anacortes

1.) San Juan Whale and Wildlife Tours

San Juan Excursions is the perfect place to watch whales and discover other marine species during your stay. Located in the San Juan Islands, you can spend an entire weekend here soaking up Washington island life before setting sail for whale watching. For more information or to schedule a visit, check out the link below!

San Juan Excursions Whale and Wildlife Tours

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