Explore the gorgeous Pacific Coast as well as several of the area’s most popular National Parks!
We’ll go from the tallest trees in the world to the glitz and glamour of Beverly Hills; from the iconic Golden Gate Bridge to Yosemite National Park. This is the perfect tour for seeing the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Seattle’s Space Needle
Constructed to be the focal point of the futuristic 1962 World’s Fair, the Seattle Space Needle is one of the most famous attractions in the world. All the way to the top of the needle is 630 feet while you’ll be 520 feet off the ground at the observation deck. The Sky City restaurant is 20 feet below the observation deck and rotates a full 360 degrees during your dining experience.
Avenue of the Giants
Home to the tallest trees in the world, The Avenue of the Giants includes the four of the tallest trees along with the “Champion Coast” a whooping 370 foot tall redwood! You’ll also be able to take photos of the largest remaining stand of virgin redwoods in the world. Stop by the “company owned” town of Scotia and check out the Historic Logging Museum complete with photos, artifacts and vintage logging equipment.
Home to San Francisco’s colorful fishing fleet for centuries this is the place to take an iconic cable car, dig into a huge plate of Dungeness crab and soak in all the history of this great San Francisco landmark.
Located in the heart of San Francisco Union Square provides unparallel shopping, dining, entertainment and spa choices for the entire family.
Golden Gate Bridge
One of the world’s most breathtaking bridges, the towers, cables and Art Deco styling makes this one of the world’s most recognizable attractions. Bridge Plaza, located on the south end of the bridge is the all new interactive visitors center.
Mann’s Chinese Theatre
Now known as TCL Chinese Theatre, Mann’s Chinese Theatre is still the preferred location for many of Hollywood’s most prestigious movie premieres. Walk the famous red carpet, tour the entire theatre, have your photo taken with a celebrity look-alike, size up your hands and feet with the concrete imprints of some of the world’s most famous stars past and present.
Walk of Fame
All along fifteen blocks of Hollywood Boulevard, you’ll enjoy searching for your favorite star, fictional character or musical group among the over 2,400 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars set into the concrete sidewalk.
Beverly Hills Tour
Ride in comfort while listening to an entertaining guide during this tour of art, architecture, infamous sites, move stars and their estates and of the famous Rodeo Drive shopping district.
Yosemite National Park
Home to the majority of the world’s geysers including Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park is one of the last natural ecosystems available for touring and exploring.
Alcatraz Island Walking Tour
Now part of the National Parks Service, your island tour will be narrated by an experienced guide explaining the history of Alcatraz, the famous inmates who served their sentences on the island, tales of escapes, the Alcatraz Lighthouse and Fortress Alcatraz.
Victoria, Vancouver Island
Known as the “City of Gardens,” Victoria is a coastal community offering all things aquatic. Go boating, play a round of golf, stroll the vibrant downtown area, explore the rich and varied history of this, the oldest city in the Pacific Northwest.
This National Historic Site of Canada, Butchart Gardens is one of North American’s premier floral show gardens. The over 50 aces of horticulture, streams and ponds, Butchart Gardens was created in 1888 by Robert Pim Butchart and is still run by his descendents to this day. Along with the magnificent gardens, eco-friendly electric boat tours are offered. Stop in and browse the gift and seed shop and if you happen to need a little snack or a light lunch, there are several food and beverage options available.