Pacific Northwest

05/15/2019 through 09/26/2019
05/15/2019 through 10/05/2019
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Pacific Northwest

New for 2019! A celebration of the good life in the Pacific Northwest! An interpretive guide takes you behind the scenes in Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market – with tastings, of course. Cruise by the stunning San Juan Islands and search for the local orcas. Learn about the people and wildlife of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, where British, Asian, and indigenous influences have created a picturesque and fascinating city on the water. Savor Afternoon Tea, local wines, and time to explore in Victoria’s renowned Butchart Gardens. A floatplane spirits you to Coal Harbour in Vancouver, home of epicurean pleasures and natural treasures galore. And on a treetop adventure through the canopy of a coastal rainforest above a British Columbia river gorge, experience scenic beauty that used to be accessible only to rock climbers!

Two-night stays at The Westin Seattle, Fairmont Empress, and Fairmont Hotel Vancouver; touring enhanced by audio listening devices in many location; private cruise by the San Juan Islands with whale watching; visits to The Butchart Gardens and Royal BC Museum in Victoria; flightseeing by floatplane from The Butchart Gardens to Coal Harbour; behind-the-scenes tour of Seattle’s Pike Place Market with an interpretive guide; “treetop adventure” on footbridges above a British Columbia river gorge

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Day 1 Portland, Oregon
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Day 2 Portland, Oregon
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Day 3 Seattle, Washington
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Day 4 Seattle, Washington
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Day 5 Victoria, British Columbia
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Day 6 Vancouver, British Columbia
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Day 7 Vancouver, British Columbia
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