Pacific Northwest Expeditions

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September 28, 2021

Multnomah Falls, Oregon

45.576° S -122.116° E

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Spring forward into stunning landscapes and compelling history

The Columbia and Snake Rivers take on a new kind of vibrancy in spring. Join us as we cruise spectacularly scenic waterways when wildflowers are blooming, waterfalls are brimming, and salmon-fishing is at its peak. Experience un unmatched perspective on Columbia River Gorge, Hell's Canyon and more aboard our nimble 62-guest expedition ships.

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(2) Pacific Northwest Itineraries

Pacific Northwest

Columbia & Snake Rivers Journey

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Duration

8 days
  1. Apr
  2. Sep
  3. Oct

From

$5,880

Prices are per person

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Highlights

Pacific Northwest

Columbia & Snake Rivers Journey

Duration

8 days
  1. Apr
  2. Sep
  3. Oct

From

$5,880

Top Highlights

  • Sail in the wake of Lewis and Clark and their legendary Corps of Discovery expedition
  • Spend a day cruising through the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, taking in the views from the bow and perfecting your landscape photography skills
  • Taste the bounty of the region through their harvests and fresh, local, and delectable cuisine
  • Experience the region up close on water-level Zodiac and kayak forays on the Palouse River or by hiking monumental Beacon Rock
  • Transit a series of eight locks that lift the ship 700 feet—10 times the elevation of the Panama Canal

Special Offers

  • $500 AIR CREDIT
  • SOLO TRAVELER SAVINGS
  • FREE BAR POLICY

Pacific Northwest

Canada

Exploring British Columbia and the San Juan Islands

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Duration

8 days
  1. Sep
  2. Oct

From

$5,560

Prices are per person

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Pacific Northwest

Canada

Exploring British Columbia and the San Juan Islands

Duration

8 days
  1. Sep
  2. Oct

From

$5,560

Top Highlights

  • Sail among remote islands to kayak or hike where sea lions, river otters, bald eagles, and white-sided dolphins can be found
  • Go through Desolation Sound, on the north end of British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast, a mecca for kayakers with its calm, sheltered waters and outstanding natural beauty
  • In Alert Bay visit the U'Mista Cultural Center to see a stunning collection of potlatch masks created by the Kwakwaka'wakw peoples
  • Search for humpbacks and orcas, visit the Whale Museum, and learn about local populations from a researcher for the Center for Whale Research
  • In lovely Victoria tour private gardens, take a bike ride, and enjoy a private evening event at the Robert Bateman Centre

Special Offers

  • $400 AIR CREDIT ON SELECT DATES
  • SOLO TRAVELER SAVINGS
  • FREE BAR POLICY

Expedition Highlights

Hike island forest trails in search of wildlife, kayak verdant shorelines, and bike the waterfront of a scenic city—or cruise by Zodiac and visit a mixture of quaint and world-class museums. Options abound for indulging your interests in the Pacific Northwest. Hear the legends and learn the traditions of Native Americans and First Nations through their art or moving performances. Taste the bounty of the region. Dine on salmon straight from local waters, foraged wild mushrooms picked within 50 miles, and provisions delivered directly from farmers along our route. 

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Exploring the Pacific Northwest reveals great natural beauty, and yet it features modern incredible feats of human engineering—an imposing system of locks and large-span bridges. To explore it by ship offers a chance to marvel at both.

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