#IslandVoices

 Hear from local islanders what they find unique and special about the San Juan Islands in this collection of videos.

 

Farmer Lori Ann, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Farmer Lori Ann

"The San Juans are definitely a destination for people who love good, fresh food."

Kayak Guide Kelly, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Kayak Guide Kelly

"It is one thing to drive around the San Juan Islands, but it is a totally different thing to see it from a kayak. You feel like you are connected to a different world."

Park Ranger Chris, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Park Ranger Chris

From little uninhabited islands to 2,409-foot Mt. Constitution, the San Juan Islands are full of unique parks to explore.

Chef Gretchen, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Chef Gretchen

Chef Gretchen talks about her connection with fresh local ingredients, and how cooking brings community together.

Captain Dan, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Captain Dan

"Whales are special," says Captain Dan, who has been leading whale and wildlife watching tours for more than 30 years, and it never gets old. "Once you leave the shore, a whole new world opens up!"

Ferry Captain Donna, Voices of the Islands, San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

First Mate Donna

"I love being able to take people to the San Juan Islands," says Donna, who is a chief mate for the Washington State Ferries. She guides visitors and locals alike through the 172 islands.