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Northwest USA ~ Vancouver Island

  • Destination: Canada RV Tours, United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 38 days

August 03 – September 09, 2017

Two Person / RV $7,695
One Person / RV $5,995
Additional Guest $3,295

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This tour will take you to beautiful coastlines, spectacular mountains and the lush green vistas of the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and British Columbia.

And just look at all the fun and interesting activities and tours included as we explore these scenic areas!

We rendezvous in historic Salt Lake City, home of the LDS Church, and explore the area history. Among the highlights is a performance by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Travel to friendly Boise, Idaho and Pendleton, Oregon, land of ranchers and cowboys and home to the famous Pendleton Round-up.

The majestic beauty and natural wonder of the Columbia Gorge will astound you as we enjoy everything it has to offer. We take a Sternwheeler Boat Brunch Cruise. A stop in Portland, City of Roses, includes a Riverboat Tour on the Willamette River.

We’ll visit volcanic Mount St Helens and observe the crater and devastation of the mountain that exploded in 1980, forever changing the landscape and the lives of the locals. Learn about the people affected and the recovery of plants and wildlife in the area.

Seattle, the Emerald City, has spectacular views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains, Mt Rainier and Puget Sound. The Space Needle, an Argosy Boat Cruise to Tillicum Village and the Boeing Factory tour are a few of the highlights we visit here. Pike Place Market is famous for “flying fish”…if you haven’t seen them in action, you wouldn’t believe their accuracy!  Another highlight is a cruise from Anacortes through the San Juan Islands, famous for abundant eagles and orca whales.

Heading into Burnaby, BC, your welcome to Canada includes two days of guided Luxury Motorcoach tours seeing all of the Vancouver highlights, including time to enjoy Granville Island. In Victoria we take a Water Taxi across the Inner Harbour. Whether or not gardening is your passion, you’re in for a treat as we delight in the splendor of Butchart Gardens, and the world renowned floral displays. We partake of in the elegant High Tea at the most famous tea room in North America, the grand Fairmont Empress Hotel! We’ll also tour the Cowichen Valley and learn about the First Nations and Lumber history of the island.

After crossing by ferry from Victoria, BC we complete this caravan in Port Angeles, WA. A day trip to Olympic National Park and Hurricane Ridge will give you spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains. Savor all that Port Angeles has to offer, culminating in the Wooden Boat Festival with Tall Ships gracing the harbor.

Come and enjoy the beauty, history, food and culture of the northwest with a tour you will never forget!  Note: This tour ties in perfectly with the West Coast America trip beginning in Tillamook, Oregon.



Day 1 - 3
Salt Lake City, UT
● Get Acquainted Party & Orientation
● Salt Lake City Sightseeing
● Tour Temple Square
● Tour Brigham Young’s Official Residence
● Tour LDS Conference Center
● Guided Salt Lake City Motorcoach Tour
● The Great Salt Lake – Put your Feet in the Great Salt Lake
● Antelope Island State Park
● Lunch at the Lion House Pantry
● Utah State Capitol Building
● Heritage Park
● 2002 Winter Olympics Cauldron & Olympic Park
● Salt Lake Masonic Temple
● Natural History Museum of Utah
● Free Day to Visit & Explore Salt Lake Venues,
– Park City or Visit the Genealogy Library
Day 4
Declo, ID
● Mormon Tabernacle Choir Live Broadcast Performance
Day 5 - 6
Boise/Meridian, ID
● Guided Boise Trolley Tour
● Old Idaho Penitentiary Guided Tour
● J. Curtis Earl Arms Collection
● Basque Block
● World Center for Birds of Prey & Museum
● Steak Dinner
● Idaho Blue Grass Band Entertainment
Day 7 - 9
Pendleton, OR
● Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
● Hamley’s World Famous Saddles & Bronzes
● Pendleton Historic Underground Tour
● Tamastslikt Cultural Institute Tour
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● Pendleton Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame
Day 10 - 14
Portland, OR
● Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway
● 2 hour Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler Brunch Cruise
● Bonneville Fish Hatchery
● Bonneville Dam, Locks & Salmon Fish Ladder
● Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway
● Multnomah Falls (620 Feet Tall, 2nd Tallest in USA)
● Horsetail Falls, Wahkeena Falls, & Bridal Veil Falls
● Crown Point Vista House
● Breakfast at Voodoo Donuts
● Rose Gardens
● Guided Portland Motorcoach Tour
● Lunch at the Old Spaghetti Factory
● Sightseeing Riverboat Tour
● Free Day to Explore the Willamette Valley
– or Visit Local Wineries
Day 15 - 16
Mt. St. Helens/Castle Rock, WA
● Hoffstadt Bluffs Visitor Center
● Mount St Helens Visitor Center
● Optional Helicopter Ride over Mt St Helens
● Forest Learning Center
● Johnson Ridge Observatory (Look into the crater)
Day 17 - 21
Seattle/Kent, WA
● Guided Seattle Motorcoach Tour
● Pioneer Square
● Boeing Museum of Flight Tour
● Pike Place Market & World Famous Flying Fish
● Seattle Waterfront
● Argosy Boat Lunch Cruise to Tillicum Village
● Space Needle Tour
● Chihuly Gardens
● Boeing Airplane Assembly Plant Tour
Day 22 - 24
Anacortes, WA
● San Juan Islands Whale & Wildlife Cruise
● Free Day to Enjoy Fidalgo & Whidbey Islands
Day 25 - 28
Burnaby, BC
● Welcome to Canada Party
● Guided Vancouver Motorcoach Tour
● Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure
– Cliff Walk, Totem Pole Park & The Rainforest Tour
● Grouse Mountain Sky Ride & Tour
● Lumberjack & Birds in Motion Show
● World Famous Stanley Park
● Lost Lagoon & Prospect Point
● Chinatown & English Bay
● Gastown Historic Downtown Area
● Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden
● Granville Island
● Free Day to Enjoy Vancouver
Day 29 -33
Victoria, BC
● Ferry Crossing – Vancouver to Victoria
● Victoria Double Decker Bus Tour
● High Tea at the Empress Hotel
● Royal British Columbia Museum
● British Columbia Parliament Building
● Bastion Square
● Water Taxi across Inner Harbour
● Duncan Motorcoach Tour
● British Columbia Forest Discovery Center
● Cowichen Valley Museum
● Duncan Totem Pole Walking Tour
● Chemainus Murals
● Winery Tour
● Butterfly Gardens
● Butchart Gardens
● Free Day to Enjoy the Lovely City of Victoria
Day 34 - 38
Port Angeles, WA
● Ferry Crossing – Victoria to Port Angeles
● Olympic Game Farm
● Olympic National Park & Hurricane Ridge
● Northwest Maritime Center
● Wooden Boat Festival of North America
– Tall Ships, Entertainment, Vendors, Craft Fair & Food
● Farewell Dinner at Paradise Restaurant
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Features

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– Includes Two Ferry Crossings

Additional one time Ferry fee:
*Add for Rigs 30+ $ 200
*Add for Rigs 40+ $ 325
*Add for Rigs 50+ $ 400
*Add for Rigs 60+ $ 500

*Length and price includes tow vehicle and anything attached to front and rear of your vehicles.

Prices are subject to increase due to Ferry Re-measurement, Fuel Surcharges, Taxes, Fees and/or major fluctuations in currency exchange rates.


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  • “This tour was exactly what we wanted and expected, full of history, the food and entertainment were first class and the staff were so great!”
    Glen & Lynn Storey
  • '...knowing that we had a Tailgunner behind us really put us at ease... we never broke down, or even got lost, we knew someone was looking out for us.'
    Bill & Shelly
  • “The things we did and what we saw in New York City were amazing! It was a great experience!”
    Kathy & George Snyder
  • “We learned a lot about the area and went to wonderful museums.”
    Dave & Marge Thomas
  • “Jim and his staff were absolutely magnificent. They were respectful, friendly and accommodating. And worked extremely hard, it was superb.”
    Erwin & Herta Schmidt
  • Wonderful Staff (Conrad, Clary and Ron on the Polar Bear tour) - I had car trouble, I had a cabinet fall right out of the wall, and I fussed about my transmission on the RV. I had slide covers full of heavy wet snow --- all these problems solved with cheerful and competent efficiency. A widow on my first alone adventure ---totally looked after. Thanks to these fellows - I am delighted with my experience.
    Linda Ellis – Polar Bear Tour

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Northwest USA ~ Vancouver Island

  • “Fantastic experience to travel in RV and have guide and arrangements made. The freedom to deviate from the schedule gave freedom to do what you want. Logistics were excellent. Wagonmasters were very experienced to meet all needs of the caravan. Wonderful team.”
    Doug & Kay Marsh
  • “A real rich experience, many excellent and varied opportunities. We had a lot of fun with wonderful people!”
    Steve & Jenny Altman
  • “Exciting tours, delicious dinners, close to speedway—good seats. It was all good.”
    Rick & Gail Davies
  • “Everything was great. Well done!! You know a lot about Chicago when you leave. Love the city.”
    Donna & Phillip Laugen
  • “We only stayed five days but they were amazing!”
    Thomas & Colleen Brown
  • "It was so fun, with nice people, new friends, new places—what else do you want?!”
    Diana Foster
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