Travel through the Ballard Locks into Lake Union for an amazing sight-seeing adventure! With live narration from your captain, you will learn about Seattle's historic waterfront. Along the way, you will see photo-worthy views and wondrous marine life who call the inlets home. Details
Watch orcas in the wild near the San Juan Islands. This Washington whale watching tour departs from Anacortes, located 90 miles from downtown Seattle, and is one of the best opportunities to see wild orcas, in addition to humpback whales, minke whales, and gray whales that also frequent the area throughout the year. The tour lasts about 4 to 5 hours and covers 60 miles through the calm waters of the Salish Sea aboard a state-of-the-art catamaran that features 3 viewing decks and indoor heated seating. Learn about local wildlife from onboard naturalists, and if conditions are right, even listen to whale conversations via underwater microphones (hydrophones). Details
The 3 Hour Seattle City Tour offers a curated experience of Seattle’s best highlights. The tour begins by exploring downtown gems like Pike Place Market and then down to historic Pioneer Square. Afterward, visitors visit International District and Waterfront, the Seattle Center and Queen Anne View Point, and then end the tour by the Puget Sound at Ballard Locks and the Fremont neighborhood. Details
Enjoy this chef-led food tour of Seattle featuring the famous Pike Place Market. Guests will be taken behind-the-apron of the Seattle food scene while their guide uncovers hidden gems, where the chefs shop, local favorites and so much. Along the way, you’ll learn more about the history of Seattle and gain a unique culinary perspective. Details
If you’re traveling as a family, this classic Whale Watch & Wildlife Tour is for you! During the 3-4 hour excursion aboard the M/V Sea Lion Vessel, you’ll be in search of orcas, humpback whales, seals, eagles, and more. And, with the marine naturalists on board, all of your curious questions will be answered. In addition, there is a field guide library and children’s books on board so kids are sure to be entertained during this engaging tour. Details
Leavenworth is a Bavarian-styled village in the Cascade Mountains, in Central Washington State where German influence reigns supreme, with classic Bavarian architecture, charming gift shops, and authentic German pubs and restaurants. Ancient forests merge with desert landscapes from the ice ages in Central Washington, where Leavenworth is tucked away in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.
On your private day trip to Leavenworth, you will be charmed by the Alpine-style buildings with restaurants serving German beer, and enjoy a walking tour through its many locally sourced shops, including a fantastic cheesemonger. Your guide will give you plenty of recommendations on where to wine and dine; a wine tasting at a tasting room is included in the private tour, but meals are not. You'll return to Seattle around 6 pm after your private walking tour, which lasts between 7-9 hours. Details
This action-packed Harbor Cruise travels the Elliot Bay so you can admire Seattle from the water! See the spectacular city skyline and many famous landmarks, including the Space Needle, from the vessel! A local guide will provide a historical narration along the way. A full-service bar and modern comforts make your trip both relaxed and pleasant. Details
Stop in for a drink and see picturesque views of Seattle at the highest public observatory in the Pacific Northwest! You will enjoy 360-degree panoramas of cityscapes, waterways, and mountainous terrain as far as the eye can see. The city at night is especially gorgeous as skyglow illuminates for miles in all directions. No matter the time of day, Sky View Observatory guarantees a view of a lifetime. Details
Explore Seattle's hip urban South Lake Union neighborhood while indulging your inner foodie! Enjoy this two-hour culinary Street Food Tour of South Lake Union. This unique walking tour spans this historical neighborhood that is now the heart of Seattle's Tech center and home to the expansive Amazon and Google campuses. Stop at six different South Lake Union locations for delicious tastings including bagels at Rubinstein, refreshing beverages from Rachel's Ginger Beer, Korean-Hawaiian fusion and more! Bring your appetite and walking shoes, and enjoy this culinary experience on your next Seattle visit. Details
Enjoy local Seattle flavors with the Taste Pike Place Market Tour. Offering tours in smaller, intimate groups, guests can sample from delicious local restaurants such as Saffron Spice and Ellenos Greek Yogurt & Los Agaves with a local guide. On the route through the renowned Pike Place Market, guides narrate interesting Seattle history and trivia. Details
As one of the most diverse ecosystems in the United States, Olympic National Park holds much for the outdoor enthusiast. Snowcapped mountains are met with old-growth forests stretching down to sandy beaches. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is on a remote peninsula nestled along the Pacific Ocean, and its unique biosphere boasts jagged mountain peaks, gorgeous wildlife, and glaciers.
On your day-long excursion to Olympic National Park, you will:
Meet your guide around 7:30 am pick up from your hotel, and ride to the small town of Port Angeles - the gateway into Olympic National Park. Breakfast will be provided for you, so no need to wake up earlier than required.
Venture into one of the highlights of the park, Hurricane Ridge. Here you will ascend over 5,000 feet, enjoying panoramic views of the Olympic Mountain Range and several glaciers.
Walk a few short loops around the area, such as Big Meadow and High Ridge, catching glimpses of wildlife like marmots, deer, birds of prey, and chipmunks.
Enjoy a fresh, local lunch and wine, provided along with water and snacks throughout the day.
Visit Lake Crescent, surrounded by old-growth forests and snow-capped mountains.
Enjoy an easy, scenic hike to Marymere Falls (a 1-mile hike to the falls).
Return to Seattle, with hotel drop-off, around 7:30 pm.
Please note - this tour is not available for children under the age of 10, due to the hiking and walking distances. For all children under the age of 18, please notify us at the time of booking of the participating children's ages. Details
Enjoy a culinary passport to Woodinville, WA, where you will get a chance to realize why the state is considered the second-largest wine producer in the country! With the Woodinville Wine Tasting Pass, you get a chance to earn exclusive discounted tastings throughout wine country. Whether it be just for over the weekend or for a long-term tour around the area, with this pass, you can take a fresh look into one of the world’s premier wine and craft beverage destinations and see (and taste!) for yourself what Woodinville has to offer! Details
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