• Shilshole Bay in the Puget Sound

Washington State Holidays

Washington is a state of wild beaches, mountains, vineyards, rainforests and rivers; a state where wildlife, locals and visitors alike roam free; a state where the dry climate of the east contrasts with the drizzly, temperate and untamed west. Wherever your Washington State holiday take you, an abundance of natural beauty and adventure awaits.

Washington’s cities are as diverse as its landscape; contrast a trip to the charming small city of Walla Walla with Seattle, a cultural hotspot with quirky neighbourhoods. From Seattle, head to the San Juan Islands for a slower pace and beautifully weathered landscapes. Back on the mainland, take a hike to rugged Cape Flattery and look out over the water to the tree-topped stone pillars that rise from the unruly waves that roll in. Head to the Olympic National Park and meander through the lush Hoh Rainforest on the Hall of Mosses trail, a fairytale-like haven draped in green, with moss-covered trees and a canopy of dancing leaves above. 

Natural Wonders of Washington State 

Discover the rugged landscape of the Cascades mountains in all of their rugged glory, with the tallest mountain in Washington, Mount Rainier, majestically rising up from the breathtaking landscape. Take a hike from the North Cascades Highway and find yourself gazing at the shimmering turquoise water of Lake Blue, or head to Chelan Lake, 55 miles of stunning water lined with vineyards. Luxuriate on a wine tour or head to the small and remote settlement of Stehekin for a taste of wilderness.  

Continue your Pacific Northwest adventure by journeying on to Oregon and exploring the quirky city of Portland. To combine your rugged Washington State holiday with some sea and sand, head south to the Florida Keys or Miami, or leave the United States behind and take a flight to the breathtaking Caribbean islands. 


Destination Highlights
  • Explore the San Juan Islands, an archipelago of stunning islands between Washington State and Canada
  • See the stunning landscapes of the Olympic Peninsula
  • Visit the charming city of Walla Walla
  • Climb Mount Rainier, the state’s tallest mountain

Our Washington State destinations

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Washington State