Bainbridge Sightseeing Tour

We follow forested trails across the island through groves of majestic cedar and fir trees draped with iridescent moss and carpeted with ferns. We reach the western shore of Bainbridge Island at Fort Ward, the former WWI and WWII base, to explore abandoned gun batteries and pristine beaches. We'll take in breathtaking views of the Puget Sound and look across Rich Passage toward the snow capped Olympic Mountains. You'll learn some great historical facts, and see how the island comes to life on all sides. Remember to bring your camera, we'll make a stop or two. As we whisk you across the island we'll give you everything you need to know about Bainbridge Island. Join us to create some everlasting memories you'll cherish for lifetime.

Tour stops

  • Beaches around Bainbridge Island
  • Bay Hay and Feed
  • Fay Bainbridge Park
  • Fort Ward State Park

What's included:

  • Eagle watch in their natural habitat
  • Knowledgeable tour guides
  • Safe and comfortable transportation

What's not included:

  • Tips and gratuity

Things to know:

  • Please bring some cash with you for lunch or souvenirs etc.
  • We are a small group, traveling on a small bus, and space is limited.

Tour Pick up

Tour pick up and drop off is at the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal. If you are staying near by please call for pickup availability.

Weather Conditions

Pacific Northwest weather can be temperamental, and therefore it is a good idea to bring some warm clothes with you (essential in the winter months). Bainbridge Island is usually warmer than the surrounding areas but from our experience, you will be much more comfortable if you’re not battling the elements! Layers are a good way to adapt to the often changing weather conditions. Comfortable shoes are a good idea too, as we do some walking on all of our tours. Washington is famous for its rain, but it typically rains much less than you probably imagine! It would still be a good idea to pack an umbrella and/or waterproofs with you, just in case.