Reiki and Whales


A 3-day kayak and camping tour of the San Juan Islands, Pacific Coast, Washington

Three days offer the perfect amount of time to explore the islands by paddling in prime whale watching territory!

Meet the Southern Resident Killer Whales, protected under the Endangered Species Act of 2005.

Each evening enjoy beautiful sunsets and camp or hike to take in vistas of the Canadian Gulf Islands.

If conditions permit, kayak at night to take in the sparkling lights of bioluminescent organisms.

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Gourmet Camp Cuisine

Custom designed meal plan.

Sourced from organic gardens and local farmers.

Day One: Lunch and Dinner

Day Two: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day Three: Breakfast and Lunch

Quality Equipment

Spacious tents, marmot sleeping bags, thermal rest sleeping pads and camp pillows for a good nights rest.

Fiberglass kayaks, with lightweight Werner paddles.

Sea line dry bags for your personal belongings.


Equipped with water, picnic tables, composting toilets, flat ground for tents, and trails to explore.

Kayak Guides

Highly skilled kayakers, strong naturalists and history backgrounds.

PLUS: Daily group reiki experiences.

Individual Reiki sessions can be arranged for an additional fee


  • Sea Kayak Guide
  • Kayak instruction
  • Tandem Kayaks and Paddles
  • Life Vest (PFD) and Spray Skirts
  • One 10L dry bag and One 20L dry bag
  • Waterproof jacket and pants for paddling
  • Tents (MSR 3-person tent for 2 guests
  • Marmot sleeping bags and sleeping bag liner
  • All meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
  • Plates, Bowls, and Utensils

You Provide:

  • Water Shoes
  • Non-cotton clothing
  • 2 shorts and 2 long sleeve tops
  • Base layer (long underwear)
  • Quick dry pants
  • Shorts for summer season
  • Hat or Beanie
  • Rain jacket and pants for camp
  • Hiking shoes
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