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$199 Day Trips & Excursions

Olympic National Park - Luxury Small Group Day Tour with Lunch

Our Olympic National Park tour begins with morning pick-up at your hotel in our eight-passenger Mercedes van. We'll board the scenic Bainbridge Island ferry, where we'll enjoy coffee, tea, and pastries while taking in sweeping views of the Seattle skyline and surrounding mountain ranges. While driving to the park, your guide will discuss the fascinating history and culture of the region as we pass several important historical sites. Once we arrive at the park, we'll head straight for Hurricane Ridge. Here, we'll take in stunning views of the Olympic Mountains while walking among picturesque alpine meadows. Be on the lookout for wildlife, including Olympic marmots, black bears, and deer. Your guide will prepare a gourmet locally inspired lunch with complimentary beverages. Our next stop is Lake Crescent, a glacially carved lake set among steep green foothills. Take in the crystal-clear blue waters and visit the historic Lake Crescent Lodge. Afterward, take an optional guided nature walk through an old growth forest to Marymere Falls. Amidst this stunning backdrop, imagine how small geological forces built over time to sculpt the jaw-dropping landscape we see today. On the comfortable ride home, relish the memories and photographs from a great day. Hotel pick-up/drop-off, ferry fare, park admission, and food and drink are all included. Please note that our guides optimize every tour based on the season, weather conditions, and guest interest, so exact stops in the park are subject to change. We look forward to seeing you!

$75 Shore Excursions

Pre-Cruise Seattle Sightseeing Tour

Starting at 9am with your pickup at your SeaTac airport hotel, you will encounter six different iconic areas of Seattle: Downtown Seattle, Pioneer Square and Stadium District, International District and Waterfront, Seattle Center and Queen Anne Hill, and the Ballard Locks and Fremond Districts.Downtown SeattleThe tour will begin in Seattle’s bustling downtown core highlighting the Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Shopping District, & World’s First Starbucks.Pioneer Square and Stadium DistrictSeattle’s original downtown is now a 35 square block historic district filled with turn of the century Romanesque architecture, art galleries and trendy restaurants all of which border the sports stadiums for the Seahawks, Sounders and Mariners.International District and WaterfrontHome to Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korea, Cambodian, and Hmong communities. This neighborhood continues to play a role in Seattle’s multicultural identity. Seattle’s waterfront includes the aquarium, ferris wheel, classic seafood restaurants, funky souvenir shops, historic piers and ferry and water taxi terminals.Seattle Center and Queen Anne HillThe Seattle Center is a 72 acre urban park and is the site of the 1962 World's Fair. The home of the Space Needle, Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project, Dale Chihuly’s Garden and Glass exhibition and Pacific Science Center. Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill provides a dramatic panoramic photo opportunity of Seattle’s skyline.Quirky neighborhoodsFremont neighborhood, famous for its outdoor art and nude bicyclists in the Summer Solstice Parade is also a microcosm of the challenges Seattle faces as it grapples with growth. This once quirky bohemian artist colony is now transforming into a high-tech powerhouse with offices for Google, Tableau, and Adobe while remaining true to its artsy roots.The views just keep coming! Along with our stop in Fremont, you’ll visit the rocky peaks and grassy knolls of Magnolia Bluff. This northwest Seattle neighborhood sits atop a peninsula looking out over Elliott Bay. Watch ferries and boats float across the water, with West Seattle, Bainbridge Island, and even majestic Mt. Rainier in the distance on a clear day.

$1119 Multi-day & Extended Tours

4-Day Pacific Northwest National Parks Tour from Seattle

DAY 1 - Take in the beauty of Seattle on a ferry ride across Elliott Bay (included) to Bainbridge Island. Enjoy lunch along the waterfront in Port Angeles before heading to breathtaking Olympic National Park, and a hike along the brilliant blue waters of Lake Crescent. Olympic National Park is one of the most-visited parks in the USA, but with more than 600 miles of trails, you’ll still find that exhilarating feeling of isolation that makes places like Olympic so special. You'll stay overnight in the rustic logging town of Forks.DAY 2 - Visit the moss-draped Hoh Rain Forest on the western side of Olympic National Park, and hike among the towering lush green trees - this park receives an astonishing 12 feet of rainfall per year! Enjoy afternoon at the beach, and lunch along the sandy coast of Ocean Shores. You'll make your way into Oregon, and stop for the night in the charming town of Astoria. Sit back and relax with a cold beer (or hot tea), and then enjoy dinner at one of Astoria’s many breweries!DAY 3 - Wake up early for a visit to Coxcomb Hill, home of the world-famous Astoria Column. Built in 1926, the column features murals celebrating the history of Oregon. Next, you’ll drive along the Columbia River and roll into The City of Roses (and hipsters!), Portland. You'll have time to explore downtown and visit Powell’s City of Books, taste the world-famous Voodoo Doughnuts, or stroll along the river and see the world’s smallest park. That night, you’ll explore the funky and quirky parts of the city.DAY 4 - After more free time to explore Portland, you'll cross back into Washington and visit the beautiful Mount Rainier National Park. This stratovolcano reaches more than 14,000 feet and has more glaciers than any other mountain in the continental United States! Hike the trails surrounding the Paradise area of the park. After a few hours of amazing views of the mountain and wildflowers, you’ll head back toward where your adventure began: the Emerald City, Seattle.

$274.15 Day Trips & Excursions

Native Culture - Suquamish and Chief Seattle

Native culture!Visit Suquamish, off Bainbridge Island, and learn about the early Pacific Northwest.  This tour includes a ferry ride and lunch, plus entry fee into the Suquamish Indian museum, with docent to share insights on the past, present, and future of the Suquamish People.  The docents are very informative and fun to listen to.Seattle is named after the local Indian Chief of the Suquamish and Duwamish Indians.  Chief Seattle lived in Seattle and after the Elliott Treaty, lived in Suquamish, on the Kitsap Peninsula.  Join us for a ferry ride to Suquamish, to visit his town, grave site, and museum about the Native Indians and culture that lives today.Museum includedDocent tour of museum includedFerry ride includedVisit Chief Seattle's graveLunch on Bainbridge Island included

$229 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Bainbridge Island Wine and History - Luxury Small Group Day Tour with Lunch

Our Bainbridge Island history and wine tour starts with morning pick-up at your hotel in our eight-passenger Mercedes van. We'll board the scenic Bainbridge Island ferry, where we'll enjoy coffee, tea, and pastries while taking in sweeping views of the Seattle skyline and surrounding mountain ranges.Once on the island, we’ll head to Bloedel Reserve, a nature preserve on the former estate of wealthy Washington lumber family. Enjoy beautifully manicured gardens set among lush forests and visit the French-style mansion. Afterward, we’ll enjoy a delicious upscale picnic lunch or restaurant meal (included in the price of your tour), depending on weather conditions.We’ll begin the afternoon by visiting the powerful Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, a moving tribute to this important historical event. Throughout the drive around the island, your guide will share meaningful historical, geological, and cultural information about the region.The rest of the day is all lighthearted and fun as we explore Bainbridge’s growing wine scene. We’ve carefully curated three island producers for some enjoyable, educational, and unpretentious tastings. After the tastings, there will be an opportunity to explore lovely downtown Bainbridge, filled with shops, galleries, and restaurants.Hotel pick-up/drop-off, ferry fare, park admissions, winery tasting fees, and food and drink are all included. Guests must be 21 years or older with valid identification to participate in wine tasting. Please note that our guides optimize every tour based on the season, weather conditions, and guest interest, so exact itineraries are subject to change.We look forward to seeing you!

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