By Travelzoo Staff
The Skagit River hosts the largest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the contiguous U.S. Now, subscribers can spot these birds at the peak of migration season with this deal for a three-hour, bald eagle-sighting float trip down the Skagit
-- ranked No. 5 on Sunset Magazine's list of Top 10 Rafting Trips
-- for $38 per person, regularly $77.
Why we love it
- Observe migrating bald eagles on this Skagit River float trip for $38 per person, regularly $77
- Sunset Magazine ranked this trip No. 5 on its list of Top 10 Rafting Trips
- The Skagit hosts the largest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the contiguous U.S.
- The trip takes guests down 8 miles of river and lasts about 3 hours
- "February is prime viewing time," according to Sunset Magazine
Feb. 7, 2013 - June 8, 2013
Pacific Northwest Float Trips
Meet at the Shell Gas Station
60070 State Route 20
Marblemount, WA 98267
- A seasoned guide will navigate the group during the eight-mile cruise down the river. Spot and photograph massive bald eagles as your guide also points out plant and wildlife populations and the history and ecology of the river.
- This deal includes shuttle transportation between the meeting point (the Shell gas station in Marblemount) and the river, life jackets, rain ponchos (if necessary) and a light refreshment. The trip is suitable for anyone 6 years of age and older.
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed starting Friday, Feb. 8, through June 8, 2013. Reservations are required online. See voucher for booking instructions. Sales tax will be charged at time of booking. Trips are not canceled due to rain or cold weather. Limit 4 voucher purchases per person; 2 additional vouchers may be purchased as gifts. A 24-hour cancellation policy applies; voucher subject to forfeiture. Must be 6 years of age or older. Must sign a waiver. See below for full terms and conditions.
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