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  • There's nothing quite like the Washington coastline!

    There’s nothing quite like the Washington coastline!
  • See the beautiful views along Washington and Oregon road and waterways

    See the beautiful views along Washington and Oregon road and waterways
  • Get up close and personal at the Pacific Ocean

    Get up close and personal at the Pacific Ocean

Seattle to San Francisco Northern Pacific Coast Tour – 6 Days

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On your six day Northern Pacific Coast Tour, you’ll see:

  • San Francisco
  • Redwoods National Park
  • Crater Lake National Park
  • Portland, OR
  • Mt Rainier National Park
  • Seattle, WA
  • Washington Pacific Coast

…AND stay overnight in comfy hotel accommodations!



Retail price $1729 adult/$1709 child*

Web price $1709 adult/$1689 child*

Internet savings $20

*Child rates are for ages 0-12. Accommodations are double occ same-sex or couple share (supplement for single private room). See booking page for exact rates.

See the craggy peaks of Mount Rainier on our Northern Pacific Coast TourAfter meeting your guide in downtown Seattle, start your journey heading off to Mount Rainier National Park and arriving in our night stop, the City of Roses, Portland. Next up, catch sight of the impressive Mount Hood, before heading to the Northwest’s adventure capital, Bend, Oregon.

Two fun-fueled days await you in Bend! Whether you’re into rafting, biking, hiking or horseback riding, Bend has you covered! Up next, head south to the crystal clear waters of Oregon’s crown jewel, Crater Lake National Park! After a stay in quirky Grants Pass, you’ll head down the rugged Pacific Coast in northern California and get up close and personal with the towering coastal redwoods.

Finally, you’ll make your way down through California’s world-famous Napa Wine Country before catching sight of the City by the Bay, San Francisco!

Weather permitting. Some activities are not accessible in extreme weather or due to road closures. Every attempt will be made to find comparable activities if these options are not available during your trip. This tour runs on selected departure dates, June-September.

Seattle to San Francisco Pacific Coast Tour

Tours: Select dates, June-Sept
Departs: 7:30 a.m. pick up from the lobby of the Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport, located at 17338 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188
Duration: 6 days/5 nights
Transport: Comfortable transport in a mini-coach (14 passengers max)
Activities: Hiking, Photography, Wildlife & Nature
Includes: One-way transport from Seattle to San Francisco
Narrated guided tour by a full-time professional, knowledgeable guide
Park entrance fees
Hotel accommodations (5 nights double occupancy same-sex or couple share. Single occ supplement applies for a private room for 1 guest)
Transportation throughout tour in mini-coach
Not Included: Meals (stops will be made to purchase food).
Optional activity entrance fees
Single occ supplement for private room for 1 person
Guide gratuity (See TripAdvisor’s tipping recommendations)
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PLEASE READ: Our terms/conditions and cancellation policy

** Tour Scheduling Tip: Space on this tour fills up fast! We recommend that you make your reservation far in advance of your intended travel date in order to secure your space. If your intended date is NOT available, we will try our best to help find something for you.**

Seattle to San Francisco Pacific Coast Tour – Sample Itinerary – Day 1

Seattle to Portland (via Mount Rainier National Park) Coast

7:30am: 7:30 a.m. pick up from the lobby of the Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport, located at 17338 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188. You’ll get on the road early on your first day of the tour. The first place on your itinerary – the snow-capped peak of Mount Rainier. At 14,411 feet, Rainier is the fifth largest peak in the lower 48 and the highest on the west coast! Next, cross the mighty Columbia River and visit the Hipster capital of Oregon – Portland. Portland is also known as The Rose City, a name it’s held since 1888 to celebrate the planting of miles of rose bushes across the city. Portland boasts the impressive and voluminous Powell’s City of Books, which takes up an entire city block of downtown Portland. After browsing through the stacks, head over (and wait in line) to the world famous Voodoo Doughnuts and select from more than 50 different mild-to-wild varieties!


Sample Itinerary – Day 2

Portland to Bend, Oregon(via Redwoods National Park)

All Day: After a morning of enjoying more of Portland, you’re off toward the magnificent Bend. Interested in mountain biking, hiking or just soaking up the awesome views around town? Not to worry, Bend’s got you covered. This afternoon, you might hit a couple of breweries, in fact, Bend is also home to more breweries per capita than any other city in the United States!


Sample Itinerary – Day 3

Free Day – Bend, Oregon

All Day: If you’re looking for adventure then look no further than Bend. From whitewater rafting to horseback riding, Bend is home to it all. Want adventures closer to the ground? Then join your guide on an epic hike in the nearby Deschutes National Forest. This afternoon, why not walk the famous Bend Ale Trail and visit one of the many breweries operating in the city. There are a lot to choose from – Bend boasts more breweries per person than any other city in the US! Tonight, join your fellow travelers for dinner where you’ll exchange adventure stories and toast to your last night in Bend.


Sample Itinerary – Day 4

Bend, OR, to Grants Pass, Oregon (via Crater Lake National Park)

All Day: You’ll begin day three with a visit to Oregon’s only national park, the majestic Crater Lake. At 1,943 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States, the topaz blue waters of this 7,000-year-old alpine lake are sure to amaze. After a stroll around the crater of Oregon’s only national park, you’ll get back on the road and head for the quirky and quaint town of Grants Pass, Oregon.


Sample Itinerary – Day 5

Grants Pass to Redwoods National Park (Northern California Coast)

All Day: There’s a lot of ground to cover today, so you’ll get an early start. Get up close and personal with the beautiful and stately coastal redwoods of Redwoods National Park. Some of these amazingly ancient trees top out 300 feet (about 90 meters)! Our hike today will take us from the redwoods to the coast and back before you head toward our night stop, the beautiful Northern California Coast. Soon you’ll be hugging the beautiful Northern California coast where you’ll end your first day on the road watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean! Get ready, you’re headed to the famed City by the Bay, San Francisco, tomorrow!


Sample Itinerary – Day 6

Northern California Coast to San Francisco

All Day: After departing, you’ll head through central Northern Cali and enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting in California’s premier wine tasting regions, Napa. From there, it’s a short drive to Marin County and your first look at San Francisco! You’ll get the opportunity to walk across the majestic span of the Golden Gate Bridge before your guide drops you off in the heart of the city by 6 p.m.

Note: No time is spent in San Francisco on this tour, but the arrival hotel is located in the heart of downtown San Francisco and has easy transit connections to San Francisco International Airport.

**Sample Itineraries: Please note that due to rapidly-changing conditions beyond our control (weather, crowds, traffic) and the small size of our vehicles/groups, we allow our guides the flexibility to tailor your itinerary to best suit the needs of the group. While we guarantee that we’ll do our best to provide you with all of the highlights within this Northern Pacific Coast Tour itinerary (conditions permitting), we do not guarantee them in this specific order. **

Northern Pacific Coast Tour GEAR LIST:

  • Camera & charger
  • Small day pack
  • Sneakers or hiking boots (mountain hiking can be hard on unsupported ankles)
  • Comfortable hiking clothes (shorts & T-shirt)
  • Change of clothes for 6 days
  • Swimwear, sandals
  • Toiletries, towel
  • Sun protection, hat
  • Water bottle
  • Warm layers (evenings can be cooler)
  • Raincoat/jacket (rainforests often live up to their name)
  • A sense of adventure!

(coming soon!)

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