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I have recently put together an fly drive itinerary that that little bit different from the norm. I have been asked many times to put clients together itineraries for California, New England, Deep South or Florida but this one was a little different a fly drive tour of Washington State taking in Seattle, Whale watching and the National Parks.
I have really enjoyed piecing this one together Starting and ending the tour in Seattle. Flights to Seattle only fly direct from London however the KLM network has great connections from regional airports such as Humberside and Leeds Bradford with only an hour or so wait.
Seattle has many things to offer from a ‘Duck’ tour on amphibian land vehicle to a tour of the famous Boeing factory to see the latest aircraft being made or even a chocoholics tour! If you’re a nature lover a must is a whale watching experience which covers the full day but only costs around £75pp.
Around a four hour drive from Seattle is the North Cascades National Park with lovely Lodge accommodation to enjoy. A short drive south from there brings you to a place called Chelan a National Recreation Area at the head of Lake Chelan. A short sea plane transfer takes you to a beautiful ranch at Stehekin where you can relax and be at one with nature. Around 80 miles from Chelan you can visit Washington states best winery the Cave B winery the winery also has its own Cave B inn.
3 hours from the Winery brings you to Mount Rainier National park a place of outstanding beauty with fishing and log cabins to stay in or if you really want to get into the wildlife experience we can even book a tent! 174 miles from Mount Rainier brings you to another National Park Olympic National Park and Lake Quinault which is even host to a rain forest. The next stay heading back towards Seattle will bring you through the town of Forks famous for the ‘Twilight’ films the best town to stay here is the town of Port Angeles with its famous Hurricane ridge, you will only know why when you are there!
From Port Angeles the last stop would be to either stop one night in a relaxing spa lodge or head back to Seattle for the last night before departing back to the U.K.
A tour like this will cost you around £2400pp depending on season. The best time to see the Whales is September. If you would like us to put together a similar itinerary please drop us a line.
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