Welcome to Port Angeles


Named Puerto de Nuestra Señora de los Angeles by Spanish explorer Francisco Eliza in 1791 (the name was later anglicized), Port Angeles entered history in 1862 when president Abraham Lincoln created a navy and military reserve around the natural harbor and made it only the second planned city in the US (after Washington, DC). Though the fishing industry has declined in recent years, Port Angeles has added dynamism to its cultural life with a fine-arts center and numerous public sculptures.


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$110 Cultural & Theme Tours

Food, Drink and Twisted Tales

We will meet at Hallar Fountain on the corner of Washington and Taylor After introductions a stop next door at Alchamy for a drink and a light appitizor and stories of the town and the building will be told Next is dinner at the Silverwater, one of Port Townsend's most exclusive restraunts.  When dinner is done, a small walk to The Old Whiskey Mill for some dessert and thena stop at The Callar Door for a good night drink and more stories of a twisted nature pertaining to our City of Dreams. During this activity, you will be introduced to Port Townsend in such a way that you will truley feel why this is one heck of a Twisted City.

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1-Day Olympic National Park Tour from Seattle, WA

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Olympic National Park Visitor Center, Port Angeles, Clallam County, WashingtonOne of the most famous national parks in the western part of the United States has the world's largest temperate native rainforest and is listed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO as a natural heritage. The Olympic National Park is the largest original area of the United States, except for Alaska, with a total area of 3628 square kilometers, which is famous for combining the three distinct ecological environments of the coast, mountains and rainforests throughout the area. In the middle of the peninsula stands towering with the magnificent Olympic Mountains, 60 glaciers stretch endless. The tourists who love nature will find the paradise of the dream here.Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washingtonoverlooking the virgin forest, walking between the clouds, looking into the 19 mountains of the Olympic mountains (in case of bad weather cannot reach the hurricane Ridge, we will go to the Olympic National Park temperate rain forest area).Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Crescent Lake, Olympic National Park, WashingtonCrescent Lake is located in the famous 101 highway, because the shape of the lake like a bend of the moon named Glacier carved Crescent Lake has the original waters that make it full of mystery.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Seattle Waterfront, Seattle, WashingtonIn the evening, we will experience the Seattle people's special lifestyle, take the ferry from the largest ferry team in North America to return to Seattle from the Baltic Island (such as the ferry for any special reasons closed or late, we will drive back to Seattle).Duration: 1 hour

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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.