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Tour Bainbridge Island

let locals show you the town

Who Needs a Car?

There are many ways to enjoy the sites of the island without using your own car.  Let others do the driving or think out-of-the-box for some entertaining and creative ways to tour Bainbridge Island.

Aptly named, Tour Bainbridge, is the only guided touring company on the Island.  Locally owned, Tour Bainbridge delivers personalized tours and transportation for the quintessential Bainbridge experience. Best known for the wine and spirits tasting tours, Tour Bainbridge also offers a magnificent Bloedel Reserve experience. Knowledgeable, local guides are at the helm, so sit back and enjoy the ride.

Paddle to Blakely Rock in a canoe or enjoy a historic and gorgeous Eagle Harbor canoe experience with Back of Beyond Advenures. What started in 1999 as a small touring and instructional husband and wife team has flourished to become a committed paddling community. Offering a wide variety of classes and tours (including camps and classes just for kids), Back of Beyond is a one-of-a-kind PNW experience for adults and kids too.

Looking for a kayaking or scuba adventure? Look no further than Exotic Aquatics. Rent a kayak or take a guided kayak around the harbor, to Blakely Rock, or in the moonlight. Kitsap County’s only 5-star PADI Facility also offers SCUBA classes, certification, and equipment rentals and sales.  Hit the Waterfront Park dock location or call to book your tour or rental.  Open seven days a week.

Biking is a way of life on Bainbridge. Get in the groove and rent a bike to get around the island. Check out Bike Barn Rentals or Classic Cycle. From hybrids to electric bikes and from racing to mountain bikes, you’re sure to find the right bike to suit your touring needs.

Let the touring adventures begin! Rent the coolest Volkswagen Westfalia bus from PacWesty for a retro camping adventure in fully-outfitted vans. Explore more of the Pacific Northwest — travel to the Olympic Peninsula, Whidbey Island, or the San Juans.  Grab your toothbrush and some grub and you’re on your way.