September 12, 2020 at 10:30 AM – 4 PM

Fort Flagler State Park

As you paddle out with expert naturalist and sea kayak guide Sam Kaviar, you will be supporting Center Valley Animal Rescue’s continued commitment to providing medical care, feeding, rehabilitation and well-being to the domestic, farm and wild animals at our facility.

Please join Olympic Kayak Tours and Center Valley Animal Rescue for a special fundraising event!

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TOUR DETAILS

• Depending on conditions we will paddle Admiralty Inlet, Port Townsend Bay, or Kilisut Harbor.
• Paddle with world renowned bird watching, ample seals and sea lions with their pups, teeming salmon runs, porpoises, and the possibility of whale encounters from Orcas to gray whales, to humpbacks!

Something unique we offer is the option of high quality waterproof binoculars to enhance our wildlife viewing experience at no extra charge, and the guide has a background as a zoologist and animal behaviorist.

We place our customers in our excellent two person kayaks. Due to Covid, we are encouraging all people to book in pairs from the same household to germ group. Because the cockpits in our kayaks are 4′ a part it is not possible to social distance from your boat partner, and so WA state law is that if people are from different parties in the same kayak, they should paddle with a face covering if they’re not with someone from their household.

Included:
Tandem kayak
paddles
life jacket (PFD)
spray skirt
safety gear
expert naturalist and sea kayak guide

You should bring:
lunch & water bottle
weather appropriate clothing
water shoes or sandals, ideal sandals include keens, chacos or tevas. Crocs become extremely slippery when wet and are not good. Old tennis shoes you don’t mind getting wet are also ok. (your feet will get wet to mid calf)
sunglasses, sunblock, hand sanitizer, and hat recommended.

A covering for mouth and nose such as a bandanna, mask or scarf for when we must come into close contact such as during the orientation on shore, or when “rafting up” on the water. A bandanna or buff are handy because it can be tied around the neck.

We meet by the Fort Flagler boat launch where the OKT kayak base is located operating out of 2 shipping containers, weather dependent we may caravan to the east side of the park from there.
WA Discover Pass are required for vehicles, they are for sale at the park entrance, or can be purchased from an automated machine in the parking lot.

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For more information email Dinah at: Fundraising@centervalleyanimalrescue.org

For more info on Olympic Kayak Tours visit: https://www.olympickayaktours.com/