The coastal terrain of the Pacific Northwest is the most magnificent countryside you'll ever set eyes on. This 7-day tour features towering rock cliffs, snow-capped mountains, lush gardens and vibrant cities, giving you a glimpse of American and Canadian natural beauty at its best.
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- 8 Meals (3 dinners and 5 breakfasts)
- Round trip airport transfers
- Rocky Mountaineer's Whistler Sea to Sky Climb rail
excursion to the town of mountain town of Whistler
- Sightseeing tour of Victoria, capital of British Columbia
with a local guide
- Visit world-famous Butchart Gardens, one of the
world's premier floral show gardens and a Canadian
National Heritage Site
- Spend 3 nights in downtown Vancouver, site of the 2010 Winter Olympics
- Sightseeing tour of Vancouver including Stanley Park and Gastown with a local guide
- Take British Columbia's BC Ferry across the Strait
of Georgia to beautiful Vancouver Island
- Embark on a guided sightseeing tour of Seattle with
a local guide including Pike Market Place and historic Pioneer Square
- Board the Coho ferry for a journey across the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Vancouver Island
and Washington state
- Enjoy a farewell dinner high atop Seattle's
Space Needle, offering spectacular views of the city and Mount Rainier
- $35 in Mayflower Money
Days One and Six - Red Lion Downtown, Seattle, Washington
Days Two through Four - Rosedale on Robson,
Vancouver, British Columbia
Day Five - Chateau Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia
Rooms for the night before and after the tour are available. Cost
for a room in Seattle is $279,
Seattle and the Space Needle
When you see the Space Needle looming in the distance, you'll know you've arrived in Seattle. But you certainly won't be "Sleepless in Seattle" as there is more than enough activity to keep you busy! Your city tour includes Pike Place Market, Chinatown, historic Pioneer Square, Seattle's waterfront and the incredible Space Needle. Officially opened in 1961 for the 1962 World's fair, the Space Needle's elevators whisk you to the Observation Deck in under a minute for an unforgettable panoramic view of Seattle. With snow-capped Mount Rainier to the south, the Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic Olympics to the west, you will see why Seattle is anything but ordinary.
Vancouver - Cosmopolitan Canada
Cradled between the ocean and snow-capped mountains, Vancouver's dazzling downtown skyline, idyllic waterfront and lush parks make this a city to behold. An experienced local guide will join us for an unforgettable city tour of Vancouver. You'll see the beauty of Stanley Park with its 1,000 acres of gardens and sand beaches, along with the colorful neighborhoods of Chinatown, Shaughnessy and the historic streets of Gastown. You'll spend three nights in Vancouver with an endless list of things to see and do in one of Canada's most cosmopolitan cities.
Travel the Ferry System
You'll use the popular and intricate ferry system, a main mode of transportation for locals which ties the mainland with the many islands that dot the coast line. Whether it's crossing the Strait of Georgia or the Strait of Juan de Fuca, ferry is the best way to reach Vancouver Island, the largest in the region.
The Whistler Mountaineer is a breathtaking three-hour train trip offering world-class Canadian hospitality from North Vancouver to the mountain town of Whistler. The journey delivers a unique blend of contrasts the "Sea to Sky" region is famous for; cities and old-growth forests, bustling action and natural serenity, deep valleys and snow-capped peaks, seascapes and mountain views.
Victoria - A Capital City
A leading travel magazine named Victoria "one of the world's top ten cities to visit." And, Victoria works very hard to live up to that reputation. The historic capital city of British Columbia, Victoria has a distinctly British feel with pubs, tearooms and bagpipers in abundance. Your experienced Tour Manager conducts a panoramic city tour highlighting the best of Victoria, from its beautiful harbor boardwalk to its incredible parliament building. Stop in for a visit at the remarkable Empress Hotel during your free time. One of the highlights of Victoria is the hundred-year-old Butchart Gardens, which has been included on your itinerary. From the exquisite Sunken Gardens to the lovely Rose Garden, you'll be captivated by the spectacular views and elegant waterfalls as you stroll through the expansive lawns.
Day One - Arrive Seattle
Welcome to Seattle, Washington, the "Emerald City." Your Tour Manager will be available in the hotel lobby at 6:00 p.m. to offer dining suggestions.
Day Two - Seattle Sightseeing
Today a local guide joins us for a sightseeing tour of Seattle. We venture into Pioneer Square, the oldest neighborhood in Seattle and pass through the colorful streets of the International District. Pass the world famous Pike Place Market, travel around the Seattle Center and see the city's busy waterfront. A stop at Kerry Park offers perfect photo opportunities of Elliot Bay and the Space Needle before venturing north. Arriving in Vancouver this afternoon allows us time to check into our centrally located hotel. Tonight, a special welcome dinner has been planned to get to know your traveling companions. (B, D)
Day Three - All Aboard the
Whistler Sea to Sky Climb Rail Excursion
Today, we board Rocky Mountaineer's Whistler Sea to Sky Climb train for an exciting excursion along the dramatic landscape of British Columbia's coastal region. Travel through scenic Howe Sound and the spectacular Cheakamus Canyon, across a trestle bridge and past jagged snow-capped mountain peaks before arriving in the world-famous resort village of Whistler. Spend time exploring this unique mountain village on your own before climbing aboard our motorcoach and travelling back to Vancouver. (B)
Day Four - Touring in Vancouver, British Columbia
This morning a local guide joins for a sightseeing tour of Vancouver. A cosmopolitan city, Vancouver is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the coast mountains and is surrounded by stunning natural beauty. We get a glimpse of what the world saw when Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Our panoramic city tour features Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown and Queen Elizabeth Park. The afternoon is yours to explore picturesque Vancouver on your own. Dinner tonight is at a local Vancouver waterfront restaurant. (B, D)
Day Five - Victoria and Butchart Gardens
This morning we board British Columbia's BC Ferry service for the ride across the Strait of Georgia to beautiful Vancouver Island. Back on our motorcoach, we visit the world-famous Butchart gardens. Ranked as one of the world's premier floral show gardens, Butchart is now a Canadian National Heritage Site. Stroll through the wonderful floral displays, exquisite sunken garden and lovely rose gardens. Later, a local guide joins us for a tour of Victoria. Dubbed "The City of Gardens," this beautiful capital city is known for its old-world charm and has a distinctly British feel. (B)
Day Six - Ferry to Washington State
Today, we board the Coho ferry for the short journey across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Port Angeles in Washington state. Traveling across the Olympic Peninsula brings us back to Seattle for our final overnight. Tonight, your Tour Manager hosts a special farewell dinner high atop Seattle's Space Needle. Enjoy dining while taking in the spectacular views of the city, the coast and Mount Rainier. (D)
Day Seven - Travel Home
Depart for home with memories of the beautiful Pacific Northwest with a group transfer to Seattle Airport for flights home after 12:00 p.m. (B)
Meals (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
This tour is not available in 2012.
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A valid passport is required to participate in this tour.
Call 877-929-7245 today to book your Pacific Northwest Tour vacation.
*Prices are per person, based on double occupancy and include tax.
Prices are subject to change without notice, and all reservations are based upon availability.
Single and Triple rates are available.
Effective May 23, a tour surcharge of 3% has been imposed by this tour's supplier and will be added to the price of this tour.