Join us for our half day LUNCH IN THE WILD KAYAKING TOUR! On this guided adventure we paddle along the rocky shoreline of the North Hood Canal in search of the area’s abundant wildlife before stopping at a secluded beach for lunch, swimming, and beach combing. Seals, eagles, marine invertebrates, small fish and river otters may be spotted along the way and occasionally we encounter larger marine mammals such as Orca, humpback whales and California Sea Lions.
Bring your own lunch or arrange with us to pick up a sandwich picnic lunch from The Pleasant Harbor Pub & Galley ($16 each). Please wear shoes that are sturdy and can get wet. There are many oysters on the beach were we dine, swim and beachcomb and they can be quite sharp. The waters in the Hood Canal can reach 73 degrees F in the summer, so bring your swimsuit for June through September tours! Or any time of year if your a polar plunger!
If you wish to catch your own Dungeness and/or Red Rock crab during your tour let us know. $25 for each crab pot dropped. Please come prepared with your WDFW shellfishing license and Dungeness Crab Catch Card. You may purchase licenses locally at the Brinnon General Store, Hoodsport IGA, Eldon Store or through the WDFW on-line licensing system. Bring your own bait or purchase in our store.
All kayaking and safety equipment and your beach day use fee is included.
If your preferred date and time is not listed, simply call us to book 360.301.6310. We can schedule this tour almost any day of the year. If you are a party of one wishing to book, please call us for availability.
Not recommended for children under 6 years old. See our Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information and our refund and cancellation policy.