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Washington & Oregon – Pacific Northwest Discovery: Volcanoes, Coasts & vistas

Price Starting at $6,695.00

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Perhaps the most beautiful corner of the United States, the Pacific Northwest has long promised enchanting natural vistas, singular local culture, and everything from mountains to ocean waves, all within your reach. Start in Seattle, where you’ll have the chance to explore the iconic sights of this incredible city, and finish in Portland, another feather in the region’s cap. Head into the wilderness, with stops in lush rainforests, along snowy mountain peaks, river rapids, and volcanic splendor to explore the Olympic Peninsula, Mt. Rainier and Mount St. Helens. Through manicured gardens, cozy townships, and eclectic city centers, you’ll absorb all of the offerings of this diverse and exhilarating region and feast your eyes on its natural delights.

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Welcome to Seattle, the Emerald City! Transfer to your hotel, where you can freshen up and prepare for your welcome dinner with the rest of your group. Next morning, depart on a brief guided tour around the city and check out Seattle’s bountiful attractions. Drive by must-see sites like the historic Pioneer Square, Chinatown, Lake Union, and the iconic Space Needle, and experience Pike Market Place on a Savor Seattle guided food and culture tour. In the afternoon, visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition showcasing distinctive blown-glass creations. Your day ends with a view of the city from above at the top of the newly renovated Space Needle. HOTEL ANDRA.

(Dinner; Breakfast)

Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

Maximum group size: No restrictions, although we recommend a maximum of 24 travelers.

  • Accommodation at hotels as indicated in the itinerary (or similar).
  • Transfers between airport and Seattle hotel, as well as Portland hotel and airport. (Please note one group transfer will be supplied each way. Anyone not arriving on group schedule, will require a personal transfer at additional cost.)
  • All meals as specified in itinerary.
  • Services of driver/guide throughout the tour.
  • Transportation in private sprinter vans throughout the tour.
  • All park and admission fees.
  • All applicable hotel and lodge taxes and gratuities for baggage handling.
  • Water in the vans.
  • Complimentary luggage tags.
The climate in Oregon is cool and humid on the coast, semi-oceanic with hot and dry summers in the Willamette Valley, and arid continental in the plateau that covers the inland areas, similar to the Mediterranean climate in some areas. Oregon is sunniest in July and August with fog possible the rest of the year in the coastal areas and even inland. The Pacific Northwest is known for its high precipitation particularly the winter months, so the best time to visit the area taking into consideration temperature and rainfall would be May through October. Washington enjoys a similar climate to Oregon, so on our Pacific Northwest tour we recommend the same time to travel.