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    Maya’s Legacy Charters Whale Watching

    Photo: @sjiwhalewatch

    When traveling to the San Juan Islands, visitors are instantly taken back by the jaw-dropping scenery. Approximately 90 miles north of Seattle, the San Juan Islands offer unique whale watching experiences—and Lime Kiln Point State Park is one of the best places in the world for shore-based whale sightings.

    In the Salish Sea, travelers witness diverse ecosystems. Home to more than 3,000 species of marine invertebrates, nearly 40 species of mammals, more than 170 species of birds and around 250 species of fish, Maya’s Legacy Whale Watching offers the ultimate tour.

    Visitors cannot get enough of the oceanic wildlife, from the orcas to the Pacific white-sided dolphins. Pushing for conservation, this tour also actively supports the recovery of whale populations and other marine species that call the Pacific Northwest home.

    Although sightings are not guaranteed, the viewing rate is phenomenal during the peak season (May to September). Accordingly, the rate is $129 per person (June 1st to Sept 30th) and $119 (Oct 1st to May 31st). People can also inquire about private charter toursperfect for celebrations, educational groups, and photographers.

    After this whale watching adventure, travelers kick back and enjoy the lovely town of Friday Harbor or head back to their hotel at Snug Habor Resort. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is accessible by either plane or ferry from Seattle.

    Book a tour online and follow Maya’s Legacy Whale Watching on Instagram.

    Address: 1997 Mitchell Bay Rd., Friday Harbor, Washington, 98250, USA
    Phone: +1 360-378-7996

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