Whale Watching in San Juan Islands Offer an Educational Insight on Life in the Wild

It’s undeniable that whale watching is the highest grossing tourist attraction in the San Juan Islands, with an estimated 500,000 visitors taking part of this activity each year. Its utmost popularity has spurned numerous sets of continuously evolving rules and regulations to address different ecological and environmental concerns about whale watching in San Juan Islands.

Yet, what sets San Juan Islands apart from other tourist destinations is both the predictable summer presence of a community of Orca whales and a commitment to give the whale watching visitors a vivid experience that would spur them to into action to help protect local biodiversity. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2sFGJH6

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