4-Day Seattle Tour: Seattle City Tour, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, Snoqualmie Falls - 4 Days

4-Day Seattle Tour: Seattle City Tour, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, Snoqualmie Falls

Have a wonderful adventure when you visit Seattle, Mt. Rainier National Park, Olympic National Park, Leavenworth and Snoqualmie Falls on this four-day tour.

4-Day Seattle Tour: Seattle City Tour, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, Snoqualmie Falls

Highlights
• Enjoy the splendor of the Pacific Northwest
• Taste delicious German dishes in Leavenworth
• Get spectacular views from the Space Needle and Mount Rainier

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Day 1
Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park is a national park situated on the Olympic Peninsula, WA. The park comprises of four regions: Pacific coastline, alpine areas, western-side temperate rainforest and drier-eastern forests.

Olympic National Park covers several distinctly distinct ecosystems with nearly one million acres and protects a wealthy mosaic of natural and cultural history. It protects the wild Pacific coast for 73 miles. Here you can find tide pools, sandy beaches and rocky cliffs. The magnificent Olympic Mountains are at the middle of the peninsula. Hurricane Ridge offers spectacular views of mountains, wildflowers, deers, black bears and other wildlife.

Located at an altitude of 600 feet, the 10-acre natural lake, Lake Crescent, is a pristine region that offers visitors an exceptional location for recreation and relaxation. Only a few interesting locations enable the cars to enter the natural beauty. There is a wealth of outdoor activities with more than 900 miles of paths going through the vast interior of the known wildlife. You can bring the Bainbridge Island ferry back to Seattle to enjoy the amazing views of the shoreline of Seattle.

Please note:

If you depart on Monday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Mt. Rainier National Park

Day 1: Olympic National Park

Day 3: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

Day 1: Seattle City Tour

If you depart on Tuesday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Olympic National Park

Day 2: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

Day 3: Seattle City Tour

Day 4: Mt. Rainier National Park

If you depart on Wednesday and Sunday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Mt. Rainier National Park

Day 2: Seattle City Tour

Day 3: Olympic National Park

Day 4: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

If you depart on Thursday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Seattle City Tour

Day 2: Olympic National Park

Day 3: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

Day 4: Mt. Rainier National Park

If you depart on Friday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Olympic National Park

Day 2: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

Day 3: Mt. Rainier National Park

Day 4: Seattle City Tour

If you depart on Saturday, your itinerary will be:

Day 1: Snoqualmie Falls – Seattle Germantown

Day 2: Mt. Rainier National Park

Day 3: Seattle City Tour

Day 4: Olympic National Park

Day 2
Snoqualmie Falls - Seattle Germantown

The Snoqualmie Falls is one of the most famous picturesque attractions in Washington State visited every year by 1.5 million tourists.

Explore Leavenworth, 2.5 hours south of Seattle, the German village. It is the most famous city in this region where individuals are constantly celebrating. In autumn you can see the lovely foliage of fall. Here you can find lovely atmosphere throughout the year. Enjoy shopping for sensitive European souvenirs and the famous German beer and food or try traditional German clothing.

Day 3
Mt. Rainier National Park

Mt. Rainier is the Continental United States ‘ highest volcano, the fifth highest mountain in the entire territory of the United States. The top of the mountain is coated with snow throughout the year. When snow melts, a big quantity of snow water flows down, creating lovely waterfalls and vast lakes irrigating the forest land meanwhile. The 93-mile-long Wonderland Trail circles Mount Rainier and is covered by several glaciers and snowfields of some 35 square miles.

Carbon Glacier in the adjacent United States is the biggest glacier by volume, while Emmons Glacier is the biggest glacier by region. Every year, approximately 1.8 million individuals visit Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier is a famous mountaineering peak with roughly 10,000 mountaineering attempts per year with roughly 50% making it to the top.

We’re also going to travel along the Wonderland Trail. On the manner, we will arrange parking for 1-2 attractions according to the real scenario: Christine Falls (via), Narada Falls, Paradise Visitor Center (including glacier overlooking, Martha Falls, Paradise Wildflower meadow, etc. in case of poor winter weather, instead we will go to the Longmire Museum.) In the summer, we will take you through the Volcano Mountains.

Day 4
Seattle City Tour

Seattle is both Washington State and Pacific Northwest’s biggest town.

We’re going to take you to the Boeing plant today. You’ll discover the history of developing aircraft here as the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer as well as see one of the world’s only four Dreamlifters. Within the world’s biggest construction (by volume), a skilled Boeing worker will guide you to visit the Boeing Assembly Plant to watch the assembly of Boeing 747, 777 and 787 Dreamliner aircraft. In just 3 days, Boeing can create a miracle, so get prepared to be amazed by a unique experience.

Next, we’re going to go to Pike Place Market, which opened over a hundred years ago and is one of the oldest continually operated market for government farmers in the US. The Pike Place Market, created by farmers to sell their products, is now one of Seattle’s major tour attractions, holding around 200 business events each year and displaying 190 types of handcrafts by 120 farmers. Street performers are also supplied with live entertainment. The very first Starbucks opened here in 1971 is worth noting.

We’ll be heading to Space Needle after strolling around the market. Space Needle is a Seattle tower of observation and an icon. It was constructed for the 1962 World Fair at the Seattle Center. You’re provided a free telescope on top of the tower to see not only Seattle’s incredible perspective, but also Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier. The “Teleporter” kiosks developed and collaborated between the Space Needle and Microsoft will be another surprise. The 520 Teleporter offers a 3D experience that can’t be discovered anywhere else using Microsoft Photosynth technology and content shot by Creature.

Then we’ll visit the MoPOP at Space Needle’s foot. MoPOP is the first business project built in the Pacific Northwest by avant-garde architect Frank O. Gehry. Founded by Paul Allen, co-founderof Microsoft, MoPOP is devoted to fueling popular culture with thoughts and risk-taking. Three thousand panels, consisting of 21,000 individually cut stainless steel and painted aluminum shingles, enclose the stunning outside the building.

Ultimately, by visiting Pioneer Square, we will finish our tour. Pioneer Square is the oldest neighborhood in Seattle that was established in 1852. Naturally, in the course of time this historic community has undergone many changes dating back to the Gold Rush and characteristics the perfect balance of ancient coexistence with new.

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