5 Whale Watching Tours In Washington That Are Half Off Right Now

Watch gray whales migrate as they go on summer vacay. 🐳
Cheap Whale Watching Tours In Seattle That Are Half Off Right Now

Whether you're visiting the Pacific Northwest or are a local, if you've ever looked for cheap whale watching tours in Seattle, now is a great time. From Anacortes to Port Townsend, several tour operators are having half-off deals right now. And we've rounded them up so you can take full advantage of them! 

Remember we said that it was a good time to watch the underwater giants swim around? Allow us to explain: From March to May every year, the grays migrate to summer feeding grounds in the North Pacific or breeding waters in Baja California. 

And you can watch them up close as they take this journey —without it costing you the prettiest penny, of course.

Outer Island Expeditions

Original Price: $109

Sale Price: $55 per person

Why You Need It: Boats ferry passengers out to oceanic playgrounds for 3.5 hours where encounters with orcas, humpbacks, and grey whales are promised. If you don’t see one, you can come back again for free!

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Puget Sound Express

Original Price: $110.50

Sale Price: $60 per person

Why You Need It: This all-day trip from Port Townsend to San Juan Island lets you admire orcas, humpback whales, and other marine wildlife while making pitstops at Friday Harbor and Smith Island. Call it an island day.

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Orcas Wild

Original Price: $109

Sale Price: $55.62 per person

Why You Need It: You can watch and learn more about the southern resident killer whales on this 3.5-hour journey. There's an interactive exhibit after, too.

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Deer Harbor Charters

Original Price: $109

Sale Price: $55 per person

Why You Need It: From pods of orcas to breaching humpback whales and sea lions sunbathing on the rocks, you can catch the marine action from large, picture windows on this tour.

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Island Adventures

Original Price: $99

Sale Price: $69 per person

Why You Need It: Cruise in heated boats for 4.5 hours on the Salish Sea on a tour that guarantees sightings of orcas, humpback whales, gray whales, or minkes.

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