Offer: Receive one FREE roundtrip ferry ride with whale watching from Port Townsend with purchase of an accompanying ferry ride of equal or greater value. This scenic cruise departs Port Townsend for Friday Harbor in the beautiful San Juan Islands each day between Mar. 24 and Oct. 6, 2008. Celebrating our 20th year of seeing killer whales in the San Juan Islands! Tour includes a 2.5 hour layover in Friday Harbor for lunch and shopping!
Celebrating our 20th year of seeing killer whales in the San Juan Islands! Tour includes a 2.5 hour layover in Friday Harbor for lunch and shopping! During peak season, additional whale watching cruises are available.
Since 1981, our passenger boats have provided thousands of travelers with fun-packed and fascinating boat tours on the waters around Port Townsend, Washington.
Imagine heading out across the water, on a crystal clear morning, the Olympic mountain range to your left and the Cascade mountain range to your right, the San Juan Islands straight ahead. The water is calm and the coffee is hot, before you know it there are killer whales sighted on the port bow! This is a summer day with P.S. Express.
We offer all day sightseeing excursions to the San Juan Islands with whale watching and a stop along the way included or half day whale watching and wildlife tours from Port Townsend. No matter which tour you pick, you will find our vessels are fast clean and comfortable and our crew ready and willing to show you a wonderful day out on the water.
Next to FanTan Alley and Mole, this coffee stop could be habit forming. Owner Shane Devereaux has made a name for himself and his shop by taking coffee seriously. On Tuesdays you may stop by and join the “cupping” where you get to taste a number of beans and brews the way coffee buyers do. You get right done into the coffee. It’s worth an hour on a Tuesday afternoon if you like java and want to learn a little about “joe”.
Offer: Receive one FREE full-day moped rental with purchase of another full-day moped rental the same day. Mopeds are a fun and exciting way to see the island at your own pace. With a top speed of approximately 30 mph, mopeds are a great way to slow down and appreciate the sights this island offers. Explore to your heart’s content! View spectacular scenery. Take a full island tour, approximately 48 miles in length, or just head off for a specific location. Valid March 15 – October 1, 2008.
OK, you’re about to leave on your San Juan Island vacation. Before you go, make sure you bring the following items with you to ensure maximum enjoyment:
Driver’s License–must be a valid, current driver’s license. Learners permits are not accepted. Moped drivers must be at least 18 years of age. Tracker driver and scootcar driver must be at least 25 years of age. You must have your license with you or we can not rent you a moped, scootcar, or tracker.
Credit Card for your deposit.
Sunglasses or other eye protection–this is Washington state law for all mopeds.
Camera–to take pictures of your trip (not to be used while you are driving however!).
Close-toed shoes–sandals or flip-flops are not suggested.
Appropriate clothing–the weather can be chilly, so make sure you bring plenty of warm gear for the day.
Offer: Receive one FREE hour Kayak Rental with the purchase of an accompanying hour Kayak Rental–for the same kayak. Valid for all single and double sea kayaks. From our docks on Victoria’s Inner Harbour, we have introduced thousands of people to the joys of kayaking each year. We have a wide selection of boats to choose from. Single kayaks are $15/hr. Double kayaks are $25/hr.
With boat access to Victoria’s spectacular Inner Harbour at our door, come and enjoy a leisure day exploring Victoria from the water. Cruise the serene waterways and seaways, exploring unique inlets and pristine shoreline. Excellent wildlife and bird watching opportunities are abundant, or simply enjoy a day on the water, touring around this beautiful city.
Offer: Receive one FREE day-long bicycle rental with purchase of an accompanying bicycle rental at the same time. Enjoy Victoria’s extensive network of bike trails, including long beachfront rides and the “Galloping Goose” trail! Top-notch mountain bikes insure you’ll ride in comfort!
Offer: Receive one FREE night’s accommodations with purchase of an accompanying night’s accommodations (two consecutive nights). Enjoy convenient family-friendly accommodations one block from the Victoria Clipper dock on Victoria’s Inner Harbour. Free breakfast. Free parking. Free internet.
This Victoria BC hotel accommodations are located downtown, at the famous Inner Harbour. Just steps from our hotel, you will find the cities major attractions, such as the Royal BC Museum, the Royal London Wax Museum, Undersea Gardens and Fisherman’s Wharf. Excellent shopping and dining, day spas and marine adventure centers are also within a short walk.
The well appointed rooms and suites, our fabulous inner harbour location and the great hospitality provided by our award-winning staff, make the Best Western Inner Harbour Victoria BC hotel a great place to stay when visiting Victoria, British Columbia.
Offer: Receive one FREE Big Bus City Tour with the purchase of an accompanying city tour. When you select a BIG BUS tour, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time at any of our stops, including major attractions, shopping areas, and many of Victoria’s fine restaurants. Stops include Chinatown, Craigdarroch Castle, Beacon Hill Park, Inner Harbour and more. Enjoy a complete tour around Victoria and hop off and on again wherever and whenever you want.
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What better way to see the sights of Victoria than from a seat on one of our unique sightseeing buses! When you select a BIG BUS tour, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time at any of our stops, including major attractions, shopping areas, and many of Victoria’s fine restaurants.
On BIG BUS, there’s no need to rush! Your ticket is valid for 2 full days and our Hop-on/Hop-off policy means you can spend as much time as you’d like at any particular destination.
The best way to see Washington’s San Juan Islands is by boat. Choose from several cruises–and you’ll see beautiful scenery, in addition to stunning wildlife. The San Juan Islands are clustered in a unique archipelago between the U.S. and Canada. Combine it with a visit to Victoria, B.C. It’s a great adventure!
“Get out on the water!” Anyone who lives in Seattle or visits often will tell you the same thing: take a cruise! This city is built on the water. There is a busy port and a vibrant waterfront. There are lakes and rivers scattered throughout the countryside–and a big ocean right at your doorstep in downtown Seattle.
Take a cruise on Lake Washington and Lake Union with Argosy Cruises. These two lakes are connected by locks to Puget Sound. Over on the Puget Sound waterfront, take a super-fast catamaran up to Victoria with the Victoria Clipper. You can go for the day–or spend the night with a number of creative getaway options.
Sail from the waterfront to Blake Island. There, you can enjoy an interesting demonstration of Native American culture at Tillicum Village. You’ll feast on delicious Pacific Salmon–and learn how salmon played an integral role in native life.
Several cruises depart Seattle’s waterfront for the San Juan Islands to watch for whales. This is a fun trip–and you’re likely to see other wildlife, including sea otters and porpoise, so be sure and bring your camera!
The Washington State Ferry also sails from the Seattle waterfront. Commuters take the ferry over to Bainbridge Island. You can drive your car on board for the 15-minute journey. It’s a quick way to reach the Olympic Peninsula. Drive up to Port Townsend–or plan a longer trip to Olympic National Park!
You also can cruise in the San Juan Islands by driving north from Seattle to Bellingham. From there, you can sail with Victoria-San Juan Cruises over to Vancouver Island, with a stop in Friday Harbor. Chances are good you’ll see whales along the way!
We love Seattle. You will, too. Here are some tips and picks for the Emerald City.
Stop by the Concierge desk at the new Washington State Convention Center on Pike Street near Seventh Avenue. It’s right downtown. The folks there do a great job of giving recommendations on where to eat, where to shop, what’s going on in town and so forth. Also, you can pick up a free copy of the Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau guide. It’s comprehensive–and easy-to-read.
Make time to visit Kenmore Air for a Seattle Seaplane flightseeing trip. Take off from the scenic Lake Union seaplane dock. See spectacular views of the Emerald City: Lake Union, University of Washington, Seattle Skyline, Space Needle, Ship Canal, Mt. Rainier, Qwest Field, Safeco Field, and stunning views of the waterfront!
This year is the 101st anniversary of the Pike Place Market. What started in 1907 as a simple Farmer’s Market has blossomed into a city-within-a-city, replete with restaurants, the traditional farmer’s market, gift shops, souvenir stands, apartments, microbreweries and–of course–coffee stands. In fact, the original Starbuck’s cafe is located in the Pike Place Market.
Plan on spending at least one day on the water. Choose a cruise of the harbor–or maybe a day-long adventure up to Victoria, B.C. A Victoria Clipper high-speed ferry will land you in Victoria’s Inner Harbour – in the heart of downtown Victoria. There are a number of sightseeing opportunities andactivities for Victoria B.C. in the Seattle TourSaver.
There is also a dinner cruise to Tillicum Village, which features a wonderful salmon bake and an interesting presentation on Native American culture. MUST SEE!
Shop ’til you drop at the mother of all department stores: Nordstrom. It started out as a shoe store–and they still have a great shoe department. That’s good, since you spend a lot of time on your feet when you’re in Seattle! Choose from several top-notch shopping malls downtown, including Westlake Village and Pacific Place. The good news is there are great restaurants in each venue, so you don’t have to stop shopping for too long!
What’s that needle in the sky? Ohhh, the Space Needle. Catch the monorail from Westlake Village and cruise over traffic to the Seattle Center. Go ahead: pay the extra money and take the elevator ride up to the “O” deck for a 360-degree view. It’s a Seattle Landmark! While you’re there, check out the exhibits at the Seattle Center, including Pacific Science Center and their IMAX theater!
The Seattle Art Museum downtown is a place you have to go check out. There are wild contemporary art exhibits, in addition to permanent exhibits from around the world. If the museum is too stuffy, or if you just like fresh air, choose the Olympic Sculpture Park. It’s the Seattle Art Museum’s free outdoor museum at the north end of the waterfront. World-famous sculptors have decorated this oceanfront setting–with the beautiful Olympic Mountains as a backdrop!
If you are a wine lover, drive over to Woodinville for the day. It’s a 30-minute drive–and many of Washington’s best wineries have tasting rooms set up so you can sample some of the best grapes. In fact, they’ll ship some back home for you! Our favorites include Columbia Winery and Brian Carter Cellars . Oh, don’t forget about the micro-breweries. The Red Hook Ale tour is a must-see!
Take your time exploring Seattle. There is the famous Elliott Bay Bookstore in historic Pioneer Square. There are the incredible Tom Douglas restaurants strategically placed around downtown. There is a vibrant arts scene, with an unending parade of live music-including jazz, classical and all sorts of ethnic strains!
You’ll love Seattle. And it’s our hope that you’ll return again and again!