Portland Day Tours

Columbia Gorge Waterfalls & Wine Tour from Portland

Set out to explore two of the greatest attractions of the Pacific Northwest – the Columbia Gorge Waterfalls and Oregon wines! Travel along the mighty Columbia River watching for Bald Eagles and Osprey, while admiring the towering basalt cliffs and other fascinating rock formations formed when the now tame River cut it’s way violently through the Cascade Mountain Range. Learn the ins and outs of the gorge while searching for wildlife and hearing tales of historic grandeur, before visiting Oregon’s boutique wineries for sipping and learning about the art of viticulture.

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Amazing views of Mt Hood on Explore Portland Tour

Explore Portland Tour – History, Parks & Neighborhoods – 20% off Tours Departing from Sep 15 – Oct 31

This fun, small group tour of Portland takes you over the bridges and through the eclectic neighborhoods of Portland, the City of Roses. Depending on the day, you may visit the famed Pearl District, the International Rose Test Garden, the Pittock Mansion, Washington Park, Mt. Tabor Park, Alberta Arts District, Historic Mississippi District, and Powell’s Bookstore, where you may choose to be dropped off at the tour’s end for endless literary exploration.

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hiking the hummocks trail in mt. st. helens national monument

Mt. St. Helens National Monument & Ape Cave from Portland – 20% Off Tours Departing from Sep 15 – Oct 31

Mt. St. Helens is one of our region’s most iconic and “powerful” attractions. On this small-group Mt. St. Helens Tour from Portland, your naturalist guide will capture the significance of the 1980 volcanic eruption through captivating stories and interpretative nature walks. You’ll also discover how the local ecosystems are reemerging and evolving. Descend into the Ape Cave lava tube, watch for elk grazing in the gaze of the smoldering crater, and enjoy the contrast of colorful wildflowers against the barren landscapes. You’ll hear incredible stories of survival and science, and experience the resilience of nature demonstrated by this rebounding environment!

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