Expert Travel Advice to Washington

Top Answers To Washington Travel Questions

  • Martina asked:
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    familytrip through Washington
    Geoff answered:
    Do not forget everything the Northwest has to offer: the San Juans or Whidbey Island (breathtaking - great B&B's), Anacortes (the home for whale watching and guided kayak trips - if you can't make the San Juan Islands), at the Space Needle - see the new Chihuly Center; Tacoma - lots to do and close-up of Mount Rainier; Yakima Valley (wine tasting); White Pass or Chinook Pass (high in Alp-like Mountains); Mount Rainier National Park. That's just the tip of the iceberg. The reading was accurate -- there's so much to do, just in Seattle. Kayaking? On Lake Washington. See the Sound Experience (near the Space Needle). Ride the Duck (fun), Tour the Puget Sound - ride a ferry. You just can't go wrong: we are lucky to spend a lifetime in this area.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Hi Jake, Check out some of the best nature and adventure tours in Washington on this link: http://gorptravel.away.com/xnet/search-2.tcl?destination_id=722&all_p=t Austin Lehman Adventures offers an all-inclusive luxury adventure tour that covers North Cascades National Park and the Columbia River Valley. http://gorptravel.away.com/xnet/one-product.tcl?product_id=116611 Crystal Seas Kayaking offers an inn-to-inn sea kayaking tour of the San Juan Islands. http://gorptravel.away.com/xnet/one-product.tcl?product_id=118970 Adventure Life Voyages offers an adventure cruise of the Pacific Northwest, that focuses on nature and wildlife. http://gorptravel.away.com/xnet/one-product.tcl?product_id=126330 Best of luck in your travel planning! Linda
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Take a few days to escape the city and make a beeline for Olympic National Park, one of the country's most diverse landscapes. With so many options on tap, here are a couple of links from Away.com's sister site, GORP.com, to get you started: http://gorp.away.com/gorp/location/wa/ww_seattle.htm, http://gorp.away.com/gorp/resource/us_national_park/wa_olymp.htm. For something a little special, hike the Hoh Rain Forest Trail to the quietest spot in the Lower 48 (www.onesquareinch.org for details, including hike directions). Warning: it'll make it hard to return to the East Coast's din!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    La Push, Ocean Shores, Alki Beach, Copalis Beach.

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