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Private Tour: Olympic National Park Day Trip from Seattle
"Your day trip to Olympic National Park starts with a downtown Seattle hotel pickup for the scenic drive from Seattle. Enjoy a light breakfast of pastries and hot beverages in your luxury SUV or Mercedes van and enjoy the views of the coastal mountains as you near the park. During the drive to and inside the park you’ll make plenty of stops to take photos spot waterfalls and explore the area on short nature walks with your private naturalist guide. Home to the dramatic Olympic Mountains remote beaches and a lush temperate rainforest Olympic National Park is not just a national park — it’s also an International Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage site. In other words it’s a spectacular natural wonder that overwhelms visitors with its beauty
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Private Tour: Butchart Gardens and Saanich Peninsula
"The Butchart Gardens draw more than 1000000 visitors to the Saanich Peninsula every year to experience world-class gardens and incredible scenery.  Designated a National Historic Site due to its international acclaim and renown the gardens offer vibrant displays of verdant plant life and scenic pathways allowing visitors incredible opportunities to explore graceful fountains recreated Japanese temples and renaissance-inspired displays. Your 2.5-hour tour starts with a pickup from your Victoria-based hotel or lodging in a small 10-passenger van.  After meeting your driver and tour host you will drive through half an hour of strikingly lush natural scenery as you make your way to the gardens.  Your guide will intersperse bad jokes and personal anecdotes with a careful narration of the history and details of the Saanich Pe
From CAD421.00
 
Seaplane Flight to Vancouver with Fully-Narrated Bus Tour
"Check in 30 minutes prior to your flight departure time at the Victoria Harbour Airport located centrally in Victoria's historical Inner Harbour. Before taking flight take part in a short safety briefing. Then you’ll be ready for your 35-minute scenic flight to Vancouver. Departing from downtown Victoria you'll first fly out over the Peninsula with the world famous Butchart Gardens below Mount Baker in the distance and Salt Spring Island. Then head out into the Georgia Strait
From CAD429.00

More Transportation in Olympic National Park

From Seattle to the Olympic Peninsula

It should not be that difficult to go between Seattle and Olympic National Park. After all, you just take the most direct route, right?Wrong! The most direct route, and the route that Google Maps and...
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glabah
Jan 25, 2015

Public Transit Options on the Olympic Peninsula

As a general rule, it is best to get around on the Olympic Peninsula by driving, as there are many areas of the park that are not accessible by public transit. However, if you are put off by the...
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glabah
Oct 22, 2012

Sail across the Sound

This is the fun way to get to Olympic! The Washington State Ferries carry 26 million passengers a year across the Puget Sound to work in Seattle or to visit the the Olympic Peninsula and San Juan...
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goodfish
Mar 03, 2011

one very spread out park

Olympic National Park is not the easiest place to get to due to it being surrounded by water on three sides and a fairly undeveloped area to its south. If coming from Seattle, expect to take a ferry...
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richiecdisc
Nov 14, 2009

Edmonds - Kingston ferry

If you are heading south on the I-5 from Canada and want a short way to reach the Port Angeles area you can take a ferry from Edmonds, just south of Everett, and take a 30 minute ride over to...
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toontown
Oct 23, 2006

BLACK BALL'S MV COHO

Not in the Park, but if you are in Port Angeles, why not take advantage of the opportunity to visit the foreign port of Victoria. The MV Coho pushes off everyday from Port Angeles to cross the...
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mtncorg
Nov 25, 2003
 
 
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Getting Here

Olympic National Park takes up most of the Olympic Peninsula. There are long distances involved so you will want your own transportation. The nearest airport is Port Angeles just North of the park. ...
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Basaic
Oct 25, 2011

Top Hotels in Olympic National Park

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Sol Duc Road, U.S. 101, PO Box 2169, , Washington, 98362, United States
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Top Things to Do in Olympic National Park

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Salmon Cascades

Salmon Cascades is a viewpoint on the Sol Duc River where there is an impressive waterfall that Salmon swimming upstream after to overcome. During October through early November, Salmon will swim up...
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Maple Grove - Hoh Rain Forest

While hiking along the Hall of Mosses Trail, you will come across a short side trail that leads to a small stand of trees. The are protected by a fence to keep people out. Due to the name I am...
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Ruby Beach

Ruby Beach is part of a detached portion of Olympic National Park It's on the Pacific coast just off Route 101. There is good signage on route 101 where to turn off it is a short drive the the...
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Hole in the Wall

Hole in the Wall is a large hole formed through a large sea stack. It was created by wind and water over time. To get here, you must walk 1.5 miles north from the Rialto Beach parking lot along the...
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Canyon Creek Shelter

This historic shelter was built in 1939 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). It is the last remaining shelter in the park built by them and was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places...
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Madison Creek Falls

Madison Creek Falls is located in the Elwha Valley and a short drive off Route 101. Due to the road being washed out, Olympic Hot Spring Road is closed further up but fortunately stops at the trail...
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Top 5 Olympic National Park Writers

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"Where Wishes Come True: Olympic National Park"
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goodfish

"Olympic National Park"
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chewy3326

"A Spectacular Coastal Mountain Wilderness"
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goingsolo

"Crown Jewel of the Pacific Northwest"
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Basaic

"Basaic Olympic National Park Page"
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