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Discover the perks of renting your property on Whidbey
There are many reasons we love Washington State. From the snowcapped mountains, to the fresh ocean air, Washington is simply stunning. Whidbey Island is a hot spot for people seeking desirable PNW real estate, but also for renters longing for a vacation getaway.
Visit the whales on your next getaway
Whidbey Island is the gateway to tranquil waterside towns, serene wineries, unique art galleries, superb dining, quaint coffee shops, and a whole lot more. But, did you know that Whidbey is also famous for spotting whales in their natural habitat? Every spring, some of the largest mammals in the world migrate to the waters of Whidbey to feast on the tasty shrimp and salmon to fuel up for the last leg of their annual migration north. Gray Whales, Orcas, and Minke Whales can also be spotted right here in the waters of the Puget Sound and can be seen from the shores of Whidbey Island in early spring.
Book your getaway this spring - hop on a boat tour or keep your eyes peeled from the shoreline, and experience the magnificence of these gentle giants. If you take the Mukilteo to Whidbey ferry on your way to the Island, be on the lookout as you may have the pleasure of seeing whales right from the ferry itself.
A Washington State Gem
Whidbey Island – breathe the fresh Pacific Northwest air and enjoy majestic views of Puget Sound, the best seafood around, miles of beaches and hiking trails, tranquil lakes, rustic farmland, and a whole lot of history. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, family vacation, weekend away with friends, or just a fun adventure, Whidbey Island is the place to visit. During a time of social distancing and isolation, a stay in one of our vacation rentals on Whidbey enables you to safely get away, explore new surroundings, and enjoy a rejuvenating vacation on your own terms. From the moment you board the ferry from Mukilteo to Whidbey or cross the Deception Pass Bridge, your adventure awaits – but be sure to keep your eyes peeled because you just might spot a whale or two!