Head out to the Columbia River Gorge for half a day of visiting cascading waterfalls and scenic overlooks with this tour from Portland. You'll visit Multnomah Falls, the highest waterfall in the state, as well as lesser-known falls throughout the region. You'll also have the chance to take mini-hikes in the area to get better views of waterfalls and the surrounding scenery.
Whether you want to relax after a long day of sightseeing or need to unwind at the end of your workweek, a sunset dinner cruise along the Willamette River is sure to do the trick. The journey offers spectacular views of the Portland skyline and city’s main landmarks. Listen to live music while you enjoy a freshly cooked Pacific Northwest meal.
Less than a 2-hour drive from Portland, the Oregon Coast is celebrated for its natural beauty. This tour gives you the chance to experience some of the best of what the coast has to offer, without having to do any driving. You'll visit the coastal town of Cannon Beach, spend time among the trees of Ecola State Park, and learn about local wildlife from your naturalist guide.
Enjoy lunch along the Willamette River on a 2-hour cruise in Portland. Great for newcomers and locals alike, the leisurely cruise presents an expansive vista of Portland from the water. In addition to exceptional views and food, the afternoon tour also includes commentary from your captain and live entertainment. Prepared with local ingredients, your meal can be upgraded to include an appetizer and dessert.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Columbia River Gorge on this full-day trip from Portland to Mount Hood! With your small group, take a guided tour of such iconic Oregon destinations as Multnomah Falls and the famous Timberline Lodge, and enjoy lunch in the charming city of Hood River.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the day on this guided tour to Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls. Travel along the historic Columbia River Highway National Scenic Byway and stop at the magnificent falls of Multnomah, Latourell, and Bridal Veil.
Explore the stunning beaches and beautiful towns along Oregon’s northern coast on this full-day trip from Portland. Visit the charming towns of Manzanita and Cannon Beach—home of the famous Haystack Rock—browse antique shops and art galleries, and stop several beaches to maximize your time at the Oregon Coast.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and bounty of Willamette Valley wine country on this full-day tour from Portland. Perfect for all level of wine enthusiast – from newcomers to connoisseurs – this 7.5-hour trip offers the insight of expertly trained guides and visits up to 3 vineyards to sample unique varietals including renowned pinots, chardonnays and rieslings. Tasting fees are not included.
Visit the prettiest spots along the Waterfall Corridor in the Colombia Gorge, without having to worry about parking, with a self-guided electric-bike tour. You and your private group will be outfitted with everything you need for a successful trip, including locks, helmets, and bikes adjusted to your heights, as well as a digital self-guided tour route to help you maximize your time.
Species seen nowhere else in the world, dramatic basalt lava flows nearly a mile deep, and some of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls are a few of the sights that await you on this tour. Come experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States’ most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. We will drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US, stopping at sweeping viewpoints, flowing falls, and a historic lodge.
Experience the unrivaled beauty of the Columbia River Gorge, Cascade Mountain Range and Mount Hood on this full-day trip from Portland. In the comfort of a luxury vehicle, enjoy a guided tour of the Gorge’s top destinations, including dramatic waterfalls, the Bridge of the Gods, Hood’s Timberline Lodge, and the charming city of Hood River.
Discover the history and legends behind Portland’s Shanghai Tunnels on a small-group walking tour. Follow your guide beneath a restaurant to the tunnels, which once connected local businesses and hotels to the Willamette River. Learn about subterranean historic events and perhaps catch a glimpse of Nina, the resident ghost. Afterwards, resurface and enjoy three tastings and a full pint of locally produced beer.
Tour Portland in an open-air pink trolley on this afternoon tour. You'll travel through downtown, along the Willamette River waterfront, and up through lush Washington Park. You'll also get the chance to stop for a half-hour visit to the International Rose Test Garden, which offers scenic views of downtown Portland from amidst thousands of rose bushes.
Start your day off right with a 2-hour brunch cruise along the Willamette River. Board the boat in the late morning and soak in the scenery of northern Oregon as your boat glides away from Portland. When you’re ready, help yourself to a buffet brunch accompanied by sparkling wine or apple cider. You can walk around the deck or sit near the cabin windows to view the stunning landscape.
Escape the city for an afternoon exploring some of greater Portland's most scenic falls. Set out to see Multnomah Falls as well as other falls along the Columbia River Gorge, home to the largest concentration of waterfalls in the country. Take plenty of pics of the cascading waters or simply bask in their beauty. You'll enjoy incredible panoramic views from the Crown Point Vista House while an expert guide fills you and your group in on local flora, fauna and history.
Visit Mt. Hood and the Columbia Gorge, with a couple of stops for wine tasting along the way, with this full-day tour. You'll visit Multnomah Falls, the Columbia Gorge's most famous attraction, hang out at Mt. Hood's historic Timberline Lodge, and pay a visit to two different wineries to taste Gorge-produced wine at your leisure.
Learn about the haunted past of Portland, Oregon's Old Town with this guided ghost tour. Your guide will regale you with tales of the past as you walk to different allegedly haunted locations, wrapping up at Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub, believed to be haunted by a long-dead fire captain.
Visit the top sights of the Columbia Gorge and Mount Hood on this guided tour. You'll stop to take in the views at the historic Vista House, spend time exploring Latourell Falls, Horsetail Falls, Wakheena Falls, and famous Multnomah Falls--and that's all before lunch. You'll also get to take a drive through the Fruit Loop apple-growing area and Mount Hood's Timberline Lodge before returning to Portland.
Explore Oregon’s rocky northern coastline on this scenic full-day trip from Portland. Travel the picturesque US Hwy 101 through quaint beach towns, stopping in Cannon Beach, Ecola State Park, and Oswald West State Park. Spend a luxurious day enjoying panoramic coastal views, geological wonders, and wind-swept beaches.
Soar over the Columbia River Gorge on a sightseeing flight that takes you from Portland to the scenic gorge. Ideal for visitors who are short on time but don’t want to miss any of the highlights, these 20 minutes of flying time show you more than you could see on a full-day ground excursion. Plus, the aerial view provides great photo opportunities.
See Portland like a local—by bicycle—with this guided tour. Your guide will take you on an eight- to 11-mile ride through town, past beautiful neighborhoods filled with flowers and across the river via the pedestrian- and bicycle-only Tilikum Bridge towards downtown, with a stop at a local donut shop for some sugary fuel along the way.
Get stellar views of downtown Portland from inside an airplane with this aerial experience for up to three passengers. You'll fly over iconic sights such as the Portland, Oregon sign, the Moda Center, the Rose Quarter, and Providence Park, with the chance to take aerial photos of downtown Portland, the Willamette River, and the city's many bridges.
Combine hiking and bicycling on this small-group tour of the Columbia River Gorge, ideal for active travelers. After a minivan ride from Portland to the Gorge, you'll hop on your bike and start exploring, stopping at the Vista House, Bridal Veil Falls, and Multnomah Falls along the way. You'll also visit Latourell Falls, where you'll take a hike al long a 2.1-mile loop trail up to the lower falls.
Portland has long been known for its donuts, and with this tour, you'll get to visit some of the city's best donut shops. Your tour guide will take you not only to the most famous of them all, Voodoo Donuts, but also to lesser-known, but no less delicious spots that locals love.