Your group’s final day in Seattle Southside brings them back to the waters of Puget Sound, but this time, underneath with a guided scuba diving tour with Seattle Dive Tours at Saltwater State Park.
Before the dive, schedule some time to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of Saltwater State Park. There are picnic benches for snacks and lunch and great views all around. Your group will want to walk along the beach, breathe in the fresh air of the Pacific Northwest and enjoy!
Seattle Dive Tours has everything your group will need to have a great Puget Sound diving experience. They will be guided to artificial reef structures, which make great homes for all sorts of marine life. Your group may see Copper and Black Rockfish, Plumose Anemone, wolf eels or even a Giant Pacific Octopus. They can even rent an underwater camera to capture every moment of their underwater journey!
After an amazing underwater adventure, your group can dine at Salty’s Seafood Grill at Redondo, a hidden gem on the Puget Sound waterfront. Your group will experience fabulous sweeping views of the Sound, Maury Island and the Olympic Mountains, while dining on award-winning Northwest seafood and steak cuisine with impeccable service. Their private-dining area can accommodate groups up to 70 guests. If you want an even more unique experience, your group may dine in the Belly of the Whale Hall at the MaST Center Aquarium next door, where a 38-foot whale skeleton hangs from the ceiling!