What to Wear:

Ideal kayak clothing is fast drying and moisture-wicking. A long sleeve shirt is always a good choice for sun protection. Footwear can be anything that you don’t mind getting sandy and wet, like water-compatible shoes (or old sneakers). You may also wish to bring an extra layer, a windbreaker, and a change of clothes to leave in your car or with us in case you get anything wet.

  • Shorts or pants, non-cotton if possible. (Jeans are NOT recommended.)

  • T-shirt, long or short sleeved. Non-cotton if possible

  • Extra layer: fleece/wool sweater/synthetic insulating layer (Sweatshirts are NOT recommended)

  • Light rain-jacket or windbreaker

  • Shoes you don’t mind getting wet (flip flops are okay at the Langley marina, but we recommend sturdier shoes for our other tours due to the abundance of sharp shells and rocks on Whidbey's shores)

What To Bring:

  • Sunglasses

  • Water bottle

  • Baseball cap, visor, or sun hat with chin strap, (wool or fleece hat if it is chilly)

  • Sunscreen

  • Binoculars (optional)

  • Any medications that you might need