TULIPS & CRAB CRUISE in the Skagit Valley. A new and different way to see the flowers and yet do something new!
April 16 One Day Only
Due to the boat requirements, we must book this tour by February 3.
We want crab and we need you! go to http://cherylsnorthwesttours.com/seasonal-tours.php then scroll down to the Tulips and Crab Cruise tour, and book today!
We begin this Skagit Valley tulip tour from Seattle, and travel to La Conner, where we meet the boat and set out for a two and a half hour boat cruise on Puget Sound. Lunch is included and you get cracked crab, chicken, and more.
Upon your return to the dock, you’ll continue to the two famous tulip farms, Roozengaarde and Tulip Town. You may know, Skagit Valley is the largest tulip producer in the entire United States.
Oh and I must mention, you get to skip the lines to get tickets, and you get dropped off at the gate! Now more parking and walking and waiting. Boom, you’re in!
Rather than do the usual 2 farms and lunch in a nearby town, try something new this year! We’d love to experience this and get local, fresh crab as our lunch. We need 10 people at time of publishing, so come on, let’s do this!
See some beautiful islands, feast on crab, then feast your eyes on the flowers!
$179 /per person, plus tax ~ all inclusive tour
Again: Must book by Feb 3, 2017
New! Ocean Beaches Tour to Long Beach Peninsula. This tour is loaded with activities, with the main background theme the Pacific Ocean.
This Northwest Adventure is one of the finest, and you’ll have 3 days and 2 nights, October 13-15, 2017 to relax and enjoy all the Washington Coast has to offer on the Long Beach Peninsula. You really should book this tour!
Friday, beginning with the drive from Seattle to the ocean, you will stop for lunch midway in a great ale house, then continue to Long Beach, with time to relax before dinner. Dinner is at a wonderful restaurant, then s’mores on the ocean beach. The hotel we’re staying is the Adrift Hotel and Spa.
Saturday, you’ll start the morning with razor clams and eggs at the famous 42nd Street Diner, and yes, you can choose something else. Following breakfast, you’ll visit historic Oysterville for a tour of oyster farming followed by a visit to an art gallery. Then to get a little more physical, you’ll go horseback riding on the beach, whether permitting. If unfavorable weather, you’ll instead visit the Cranberry Museum/Bogs area near Long Beach. There’s time for rest before dinner and your day is not rushed at all. The plan is to have fun and do some exploration.
Dinner is at the Shelburne Inn, on the National Historic Register, known for their creative 3-course meals, combining Northwest flavors with Old-World traditions and organic foods.
Sunday begins with breakfast at Cottage Bakery, then you’re off to Ilwaco, a fishing community, to visit the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum and tour Ilwaco’s waterfront area.
This area is well known for being the end of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. They found the ocean! You’ll visit the very well done Interpretive Center, the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, the National Park, and the Northhead Lighthouse today, then we have to head back.
This tour is all inclusive (except for 2 lunches). Included in the price: Hotel accommodation, breakfasts, dinners, and entry to the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum, Northhead lighthouse, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, the National Park, and the State Park. Price also includes costs for guest speaker at Oysterville, horse back riding, and Carriage Museum.
There’s so much packed into this ocean beach tour, and we hope you’ll join us! You can find booking access at http://cherylsnorthwesttours.com/seasonal-tours.php scroll down to Long Beach Peninsula. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.