Scenic Seattle, Portland and Oregon Coast

8 days

Scenic Seattle, Portland and Oregon Coast
Connect with rugged wilderness, scenic landscapes, cities and coastal towns as you blaze through lush Olympic National Park, wine taste at a Be My Guest Experience in the Willamette Valley, enjoy a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience at TMK Creamery, and meet a local farmer at an organic lavender farm in Sequim.
Sightseeing highlights
  • Explore Astoria Riverfront Trolley, Sequim Lavender Farm, Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, Columbia River Maritime Museum with a Local Specialist
  • Discover Conduit Coffee Company, Hibulb Cultural Center, Sequim lavender farm, Astoria, Columbia River Maritime Museum, Kramer Vineyards and TMK Creamery with a Local Specialist
  • Visit Pike Place Market, Olympic National Park, Astoria Column, Newport, Hood River
  • See Mt. Hood, Oregon Coast, Washington Coast, Mt. Rainier
  • View Multnomah Falls
  • Scenic Cruise along Puget Sound
  • Scenic Drive along Olympic Peninsula
  • Seattle: Tick the must-see attraction of Pike Place Market off your bucket list. At the oldest, continuously open farmers’ market in the country, take your time exploring the market’s stalls and shops spread across nine acres. Visit the historic arcade and make your way down winding alleys, stairways and lower levels for a sensory tour of sights, sounds and tastes. Be sure to stop by the Pike Place Fish Market, famous for its vendors who toss fish back and forth. Founded in 1930, the Pike Place Fish Market is an enduring Seattle institution and a one-of-a-kind experience.
  • Seattle: Unlock incredible views of the Emerald City from the Seattle Space Needle. Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair, this 605-foot-tall icon continues to represent the innovative and forward-thinking spirit of Seattle. Stroll around the circular deck, offering unique vantage points of the city’s neighbourhoods.
Iconic Experience
  • Astoria: Delve into historic Astoria, the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. Visit Astoria Column for sweeping views, then board the Astoria Riverfront Trolley for a scenic orientation. Gain insights into the natural history of the region at the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
  • Hood River: Head to Multnomah Falls, Oregon's tallest waterfall at 620 feet. Learn how the falls are fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain and are usually highest during the winter and spring seasons. Multnomah Falls is also one of the best places in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study geology exposed by floods. As the most-visited natural recreation site in the Pacific Northwest, it's the ideal spot to snap pictures to add to your travel album.
Dive Into Culture
  • Bainbridge Island: Venture to Jardin du Soleil, a certified organic lavender farm near Sequim, Washington. Explore the Victorian gardens, ponds, fruit trees and lavender fields on this 10+ acre farm. Deepen your discovery by joining the Jardin du Soleil team as you learn to distill and harvest lavender right on their farm. You’ll then work with a lavender farmer to make your own lavender essential oil -- known as a natural antiseptic and to help with headaches and relaxation.