Moondance Sea Kayak Adventures

348 Cove Road, Bellingham, WA 98229, United States

360-738-7664

Moondance Sea Kayak Adventures

is located in Bellingham, Washington and welcomes beginners as well as more skilled paddlers on our adventures. Beginners will learn the basics of kayak navigation and paddling techniques, while the more experienced will find this an excellent opportunity to advance their skills. We offer half-day, full-day and multi-day trip options. Local trips launch near Bellingham and Anacortes, or from Orcas Island.

We specialize in small groups to assure attention to individual needs, and to promote low impact interaction with the natural surroundings. Our experienced guides are friendly, approachable, and extremely passionate and knowledgable about our local environment and waterways.  Moondance Sea Kayaking Adventures has successfully been running trips since 1992 when Sharmon Hill decided to take her passion and hobby into her everyday life. Today, owner Kristi Kucera continues to carry on Sharmon’s vision and commitment to ensure you the most rewarding kayaking experience possible while providing guidance for a safe adventure.

Snug in our kayaks, we will glide through kelp beds along shoreline galleries of fantastically sculpted sandstone and cross between islands in a dance with the moon and the tides . . .

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