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6-Day Seattle to Olympia, Crater Lake, Olympic National Park, Seattle, Portland and Woodburn Outlets Luxury Shopping Tour (Free Airport Pickup)

Tour Code: GOL-SEA-100A
Duration: 6 Day(s) / 5 Night(s)
Tour Guide: Chinese, English
Quality: Budget
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6-Day Seattle to Olympia, Crater Lake, Olympic National Park, Seattle, Portland and Woodburn Outlets Luxury Shopping Tour (Free Airport Pickup)
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Overview

Experience: UNESCO, Family

Extra (Excluded): Wifi, Meal etc...

Tour Guide:Chinese, English


Available Days :

Tue,Wed,Thu,Sat,Sun (2020-01-01 To 2020-12-31)

Highlights :

Explore University of Washington, Olympic National Park, Seattle Fisherman Wharf, Microsoft Corporate Headquarters, Kerry Park, State House, Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah Falls, International Rose Test Garden, Pittock Mansion, Crater Lake National Park, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Steel Bridge, Grotto, Woodburn Outlets Shopping, Pike Place Market, Chihuly Garden & Glass, Pioneer Square, and Hurricane Ridge on our exciting bus tour starting from Seattle with special discounts and hotel accommodations.

 

  • Only the guides and drivers who have COVID 19 negative can provide services from now onwards. Drivers and Guides will wear the mask. They will disinfect the bus daily. Travelers will have to wear the mask and their temperature will be monitored regularly. Travelers will be provided with hand sanitizer and wipes. We recommend travelers to bring their own hand sanitizer also. Bus sitting will be based on the standards set by the Government.

 

Itinerary

Free airport pickup service is available from 9:00 am to 10:00 am at Seattle International Airport (SEA). Our guide will meet you at the Baggage Claim area # 1. Guests may have to wait for others to arrive.

Other than these scheduled hours paid airport pick-up service is available with service charges $120 for 1-2 people and $10 for each additional person.

Guests who do not require airport pick-up service, will be able to have shuttle service from 

-  Seattle King Street Station, between 9:00 am to 10:00 pm.

- Seattle Cruise Terminal, Only at 12:00 pm.

The first-day itinerary could vary, depending upon your arrival as mentioned below:

1) Guests arriving before 12:00 pm or at the hotel before 01:00 PM, will be able to take part in the morning tour. We will visit Microsoft Corporate Headquarters and University of Washington. From 14 March to 18 April guests will be able to enjoy cherry blossoms in Washington.

2) Guests arriving before 6:00 pm or at the hotel before 7:00 PM, will be able to take part in the night tour. We will visit Seattle Fisherman Wharf, Kerry Park, Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room.

Conditions apply to reserve the seats on Morning/Night Tour:

  1. If you have booked an advance tour during 4/15 – 10/8, tour is guaranteed. 
  2. Beside this if you are booking the tour during 10/9 – following 4/14 tour requires at least 4 guest’s group for morning/night tour, In case we have less than 4 passengers group, we will cancel the tour with full refund payback to the guests.
  3. If a guest is willing to take a tour but is not willing to pre-pay the tour fee, we will reserve a seat according to First come, first serve. 

Hotel: Red Lion Inn & Suites Federal Way, Clarion Inn Auburn Seattle or Similar.

 


Attractions

The morning tour is the best way to start the day with a variety of attractions along the way. The morning tour helps the visitors to explore the attraction during the best time of the day when there are not many visitors around. Visitors will have the opportunity to take photographs of this memorable morning tour.

Experience the dazzle of night tour which begins right after the late evening, taking visitors to the famous spots around the region. Our tour highlights the famous spots around the region, as well as we surely don’t to miss taking photographs of this appealing region. Experience this night tour like never before – get excited!

Seattle, WA

Seattle city is a seaport and is the largest city of Wahington and Pacific Northwest region of the North America. It is the fastest growing city of United States and remained at the top 5 in May, 2015...

We will start our journey and head toward Woodburn in Portland, First we will discover the charms of Portland Woodburn Outlet and guests can enjoy shopping there approximately for 3 to 4 hours. 

Hotel:Red Lion Inn & Suites Eugene Or similar.

 


Attractions

Portland, OR

Portland, located ideally on the Columbia and Willamette rivers is the Oregon's largest city. It is prominent for its parks, bicycle paths, and bridges, besides eco-friendliness, coffeehouses and its microbreweries. Visit the Washington Park that has formal Japanese Garden to Oregon Zoo.

Woodburn Outlets, OR

Woodburn outlets is a collection of shops, these shops are normally outlets of famous stores. Shoppers can buy almost anything here and at a reasonable price.

Summer Itinerary(from 23 April usually)

We will take travelers to Crater Lake National Park. The travelers will enjoy the beautiful scenery and see the deepest lake in the US.

Special note:Crater Lake National Park Mandatory fee includes Admission of parking, vehicle wear and fuel surcharges.

Winter Itinerary (from 1st October usually ):

Today we will explore Portland by starting our journey from Pioneer Courthouse Square and Japanese American Historical Plaza. Later we will enjoy sightseeing at Waterfront Park(Hawthorne Bridge). Afterwards, we will enjoy the outside visit of RoseQuarter.

Hotel:Red Lion Inn & Suites Eugene Or similar.

 


Attractions

Crater Lake National Park, OR

The National Park of United States in Southern Oregon is called Crater Lake National Park. It is the only park in the city which was established in 1902.

Hawthorne Bridge, OR

Founded in the year 1910, Hawthorne bridge is one of the oldest bridges in Portland, USA. The total length of this bridge is 421m and built in the type truss bridge. This supremely beautiful bridge is known as one of the wonders of the 20th century; it attracts many tourists from all over the globe because of its splendid architecture. One more interesting fact about the bridge is it is also the busiest bicycle and transit bridge. It takes tourists only 15-20 minutes to cross this bridge.

Japanese American Historical Plaza, OR

Dedicated in the memory of Japanese immigrants and native-born U.S citizens of Japanese ancestry who, in World War II, were deported to the internment camps, this monument is located in Portland’s Waterfront Park. This memorial incorporates artwork and sculptures which reveals the story of Japanese people in the Pacific Northeast. The stones are engraved with short poems. The thing that pleases the visitors the most is the ornamental cherry trees positioned to the north of the plaza.

Pioneer Square, WA

A lovely place to walk around the great number of shops and it is not really busy as any downtown store area. Visit the art galleries, studios and do not miss every month first Thursday the Art Walk taking to historic architecture.

Portland, OR

Portland, located ideally on the Columbia and Willamette rivers is the Oregon's largest city. It is prominent for its parks, bicycle paths, and bridges, besides eco-friendliness, coffeehouses and its microbreweries. Visit the Washington Park that has formal Japanese Garden to Oregon Zoo.

Steel Bridge, OR

One of the oldest bridges, the Steel Bridge was built in 1912. It is a double-deck bridge which crosses River Willamette into downtown Portland. The upper deck carries road traffic and the lower deck moves the pedestrian traffic making the bridge one of the most multimodals in the world. The independent lifts along with its double decks make it one of the unique historic landmarks.

The Grotto, OR

The Grotto is a sanctuary, and an outdoor Catholic shrine located in the Portland district, Oregon, U.S. It was built in 1924, and nearly 62 acres is covered by the sanctuary. Grotto has two levels where the lower garden is free of charge for the public.

We will leave from the hotel and start our day by exploring the Grotto for almost half an hour. Afterwards you can choose to have fun at Pittock Mansion for more than half an hour. Later International Rose Test Garden for an estimated 40 minutes.  Then we will move toward the Columbia River Gorge and guests will visit Multnomah Falls for probably one hour. After this, guests can explore the optional Bradford Island Visitor Center for a maximum 40 minutes. After that, enjoy an outside visit to the Washington Capital State House there.

Hotel:Red Lion Inn & Suites Federal Way, Clarion Inn Auburn Seattle Or similar.

 


Attractions

Bradford Island Visitor Center, OR

Bradford Island Visitor Center is a five-story building with exhibits reasoning the purpose of dam building. It is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily. If you wish to see a fish ladder, you can experience it here and watch salmon and others bypass the dam.

Columbia River Gorge, OR

Columbia River Gorge from Portland is a short drive and you can see amazing views. You can see before your eyes the huge Columbia snuggled in the Gorge. The Gorge boats of having a good selection of wines in a 40-mile stretch.

International Rose Test Garden, OR

A Rose Garden located in Portland’s Washington Park is known as International Rose Test Garden. There is a range of 550 species with over seven thousand plants of roses.

Olympia, WA

Olympia is the capital of the state of Washington, it was incorporated on 28 January, 1859. The population of this city is around 46,000 and it is without any doubt a beautiful places.

Pittock Mansion, WA

This French Renaissance-style château is situated in the heart of Western Hills in Portland, Oregon. Once home to Henry Pittock, a popular Oregonian publisher, the Pittock Mansion resides 46-room and built in early 1909 by the Tenino Sandstone. The mansion is now owned by the Bureau of Parks & Recreation and opened for the public for tourism purposes.

The Grotto, OR

The Grotto is a sanctuary, and an outdoor Catholic shrine located in the Portland district, Oregon, U.S. It was built in 1924, and nearly 62 acres is covered by the sanctuary. Grotto has two levels where the lower garden is free of charge for the public.

Washington State House, WA

Washington State House, WA The Washington State House is in the lower house of the State legislature and this in association with the Washington State Senate makes up the US state legislature of Washington. It comprises of 98 representatives electing two members and one senator of the house.

We will leave Seattle early in the morning and start our journey by Sky View Observatory at Columbia Center for almost 50 minutes. Later, we will visit the Pike Place Market for more than half an hour. Then we will visit the Space Needle from outside. Visit Chihuly Glass Garden, and MoPOP likely for an hour for each attraction. Before ending the day, we can choose to have a visit to The Museum of Flight for almost 90 minutes. 

Hotel:Red Lion Inn & Suites Federal Way, Clarion Inn Auburn Seattle Or similar.

 


Attractions

Boeing Everett Factory, WA

The Boeing Everett Factor is a factory that is located in Washington. It is essentially an airplane assembly building that is owned by Boeing. It covers an area of 399,480 m2.

Chihuly Glass Garden, WA

Chihuly glass garden offers an explicit visual experience. It is designed in nine installations. This was the first show presented in Canada as Chihuly show. These were beautifully installed in 11,000 square feet, and this also includes the exhibition space.

Experience Music Project Museum, WA

The Experience Music Project Museum is a nonprofit museum that is dedicate to popular and contemporary culture. The museum was founded by Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen.

Pike Place Market, WA

The Pike Place Market is a public market that is overlooks Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle. The market was first opened in 1907 and since then it has become a rather famous market.

Pioneer Square, WA

A lovely place to walk around the great number of shops and it is not really busy as any downtown store area. Visit the art galleries, studios and do not miss every month first Thursday the Art Walk taking to historic architecture.

Space Needle Tower, WA

Space Needle tower reaches 605 feet. It is an aircraft warning beacon. At 520 feet is the Observation Deck and the Sky City restaurant revolves at 500 feet. Space needles foundation is in concrete going underground by 30 feet. It was built over a year, yet it was a record-breaking accomplishment.

We will visit the Olympic National Park including Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent. We will spend about 2 and a half hours in the park. After this, the Bainbridge Island ferry will take you back to Seattle. 

Special Notes: 

  1. We will drive back to Seattle If the Bainbridge Island ferry will be closed or delayed due to bad weather.
  2. Due to the bad weather, If we can't' visit Hurricane Ridge then we will go toward the other points of Olympic National Park.
  3. Olympic National Park Mandatory fees include Admission of parking, vehicle wear and fuel surcharges.
  4. We advise travelers to Bring Dry Food for themselves because Olympic National Park is a mountain attraction.

 


Attractions

Bainbridge Island Ferry Ride, WA

Located at just a short walk from the main drag in town. The ride offers a great view of the Seattle skyline and sometimes stole the peaks. The route is 8.6 miles long. The island features MT. Rainer tour from Seattle, Boeing factory tour from Seattle, Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle winery, Seattle city tour with the group. Seattle skyline is one of the numerous attractions in Seattle.

Hurricane Ridge, WA

Hurricane Ridge has several hiking trails including steep trails to ridge top traverses descending to subalpine valleys and lakes. This is easily accessible mountain area presenting fantastic views and clear weather, ideally suitable to enjoy throughout the year. Snow enthusiasts in winter months can enjoy snowshoeing, skiing and sledding.

Lake Crescent, WA

Lake Crescent is a fascinating spot for a swim, picture, hike, picnic and lodging. The cooler weather, the nearby multiple water sports such as kayaking and canoeing, besides the hiking trails make it more interesting. Indeed, a great spot for picnic and scenery viewing.

Olympic National Park, WA

The Olympic National Park is located on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. The park is beautiful and has many natural environments which offer opportunities for hiking and other recreational activities.


 

 

Pricing


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What's Included

  Passengers will be picked up and dropped off at their chosen locations. (Please take notice of locations and times of pick up)

  All tours are carried out in air conditioned bus. We may also use a minivan depending on the number of people booking the tour.

  A professional tour escort will be with you throughout the tour.

  Tour package price includes all the taxes.

  Hotel accommodation included.

  Free Airport pick up is available on this tour. The Tour Package price will not include Mandatory Tour Guide tips for Airport Pickup.

 


What's Excluded

 Olympic National Park, (Mandatory Attraction)

 Crater Lake National Park, (Mandatory Attraction)

  Children going to Boeng Factory should be at least 4 years old and 122 cm tall.

  Rates could alter without prior notice.

  Airport pickup service charges $10/person.

  Optional fees will be paid in cash to the guide. Optional activities price may change or can be different as displayed on the website.

  Guide will arrange meals and drinks when requested as they are not included in the package.

  Daily Service charges for driver and the guide is $10 minimum per person.

  Such expenses as telephone services, alcoholic drinks, beverages and laundry services which are private room services.

  Services related to travel insurance.

  Other personal expenses.

Important: We never encourage customers to purchase admission packages from outside sources and try using them in this tour with discount. If they do, they must arrange transport on the same day. If you skip some attraction, you cannot do it on your own. You can sit near the bus or visit some nearby place, but you will not be allowed to sit in the bus.

 


Attraction Prices

Attractions Adult Child(3-11 yrs) Senior (65+ yrs)
Boeing Everett Factory, WA $27.00 $17.00 $25.00
Bradford Island Visitor Center, OR $10.00 $10.00 $10.00
Chihuly Glass Garden, WA $30.00 $20.00 $23.00
Crater Lake National Park, OR $35.00 $25.00 $35.00
Experience Music Project Museum, WA $28.00 $19.00 $25.00
Morning Tour, SEA $35.00 $25.00 $35.00
Night Tour, SEA $25.00 $15.00 $25.00
Olympic National Park, WA $35.00 $25.00 $35.00
Pittock Mansion, WA $11.00 $8.00 $10.00
Sky View Observatory at Colombia Center, WA $23.00 $17.00 $20.00

 

 

Departure Location

Departure Location

  • Free Cruise Pickup, Seattle Cruise Terminal at 12:00 PM
  • Free Train Station Pick-up from 303 S Jackson St, (King Street Station) Seattle, WA 98104 at 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Free Airport Pickup from Seattle between 09:00 AM to 10:00 PM. For Domestic arrivals meet the guide at the baggage claim area and at Waiting Area for the international flight.

Return Location

  • 502 S King St, (Chinatown gate) Seattle, WA 98104
  • Free Airport Drop off service is available for Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) for flights departing after 07:00 PM - Valid for Wed, Thu, Sat and Sunday (Departure Only)
  • 303 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 9810, Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun departures book a train after 07:00 PM, Thursday departure needs to book flight after 08:00 PM.

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Reviews

Reviews

Eries
  • 65
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Memorable trip of my whole life, a true blend of entertainment and relaxation. The trip was planned properly. Our tour guide was a wonderful man,transportation and accommodation were ok. Although all the places were quite amazing but I can’t forget the time spent in sea lion caves, great view of many sea lions and picture opportunities. I Loved that….. this trip is highly recommended.

Weeshu
  • 61
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We always wanted to visit Seattle and discover its true nature including those attractions and people. Fortunately, our bus tour was a great experience for all the passengers which helped us get around the famous places not in Seattle but also at Portland, Olympia, and Olympic Park. Despite the immense number of people on our bus, we still managed to enjoy the trip the fullest. Special thanks to our friendly travel guide and the driver, who did a great job in delivering us the quality service we paid for. Great experience!

John
  • 57
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One of my friends told me about this trip, my experience was also very good. We arrivedin Seattle in the morning and went to wonderful Microsoft, it helped me a lot as I my work is related to softwares. I enjoyed the best shopping of high quality of goods, we bought an additional bag as I bought too many things for my kids and for my family as well. Driver, Guide were helpful and well trained, they have a good knowledge of places.we adored our time the best shopping of high quality goods.

Liu
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As we arrived in Seattle for this tour, our tour management escorted us to the hotels and then somehow managed to take the short night trip. However, our entire family departed on this bus tour from Seattle and us actually such a great time. Olympia National Park is a gigantic park which requires few days to fully explore its famous sites, but we still visited the nearby attractions there and the trails were wonderful. It was an enjoyable bus tour but I think there is still a space for improvement in order to make it a perfect bus tour. Cheers.

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