Explore Southeast Portland's distinctive food cart scene by taking a ride and eating and drinking your way through its history and development. This tour is set up like a conversation, so you can try out a few different places to learn more about this dynamic culture.
On a trip from Portland, take in the beauty, learn about the area's history, and sample the region's wine. Meet some of the fascinating people who are linked to the wines while you taste their world-renowned Pinot Noir.
Learn about the food cart craze in the city that popularized the food cart pod. During this small-group walking tour, you'll have a chance to sample a variety of cuisines from around the world, as well as learn about the area's fascinating history.
Take a two-hour family stroll around Portland to see the city's best sights. Tour some of the city's most iconic monuments, explore cultural and architectural attractions, and learn about local history and life with the help of a professional guide.
The streets of Portland are perfect for exploring the city's history, its hills, its bridges, and just taking it all in. Stop by the International Rose Test Garden and Pittock Mansion to take in the sights and smells of the roses.
The Columbia River Gorge offers breathtaking views, up-close encounters with flora and fauna, and a variety of landscapes as you wind your way down its walls. Take a look at the area's geological history and the more recent history of the region.
Learn all about Portland's hidden gems. Take in the sights, smell the roses, and take a trip down the river on a bike or horseback. This is the best way to get a sense of the city's cultural, artistic, and natural riches.
Explore the Columbia River Gorge on a 4.5-hour coach tour from Portland, Oregon. After more than two centuries, retrace the steps of the illustrious Lewis and Clark expedition. Multnomah Falls is a must-see for nature lovers.
Take a two-hour sightseeing tour of Portland's downtown area. Sip chilled champagne while taking in the sights and sounds of the city as you dine on a delectable plated breakfast with a dessert buffet.
Brew your way around Portland's craft brew culture and the Eastside area, sampling a wide variety of beers from all over the world. In this course, you will learn about the history and future of craft beer in Portland and the United States.
Take a spooky evening walking tour of Portland's most renowned haunted spots, including those made famous by paranormal researchers, television shows, and lists that have appeared in publications around the country.
Multnomah Falls may be seen in a new light. You'll get a bird's-eye perspective of the entire city from the air, which is unmatched by any other mode of transportation. It's going to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
A full-day tour of Portland's food cart culture, Pioneer Courthouse Square, and the pristine magnificence of the Columbia River Gorge is included. On a tour of Portland, you'll learn about the city's fascinating past as well as its bizarre present-day culture.
Tour Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls on a guided day trip from Portland, Oregon. Stop at the majestic falls of Multnomah, Latourell, and Bridal Veil along the historic Columbia River Highway National Scenic Byway.
This journey will take you to unique species, magnificent basalt lava flows about a mile deep, and some of the world's most beautiful waterfalls. Visit one of America's most photographed natural scenic reserves, the Columbia River Gorge. We'll drive down the oldest and most beautiful roadway in the US, stopping at vistas, falls, a historic lodge, and the Bonneville Dam Sturgeon viewing center.
This full-day excursion from Portland will take you to some of Oregon's most gorgeous beaches and towns. To get the most out of your stay on the Oregon Coast, visit the little villages of Manzanita and Cannon Beach, peruse antique stores and art galleries, and stop at various beaches.
This full-day Portland trip explores the Willamette Valley wine region. This 7.5-hour excursion features well-trained guides and visits to 3-5 wineries to experience pinots, chardonnays, and rieslings. owe unpaid tasting fees.
This afternoon bike tour takes you through the city's most picturesque neighborhoods and through some of Portland's most famous breweries. Visit Lucky Lab and Rogue Breweries, two of Portland's most venerable microbreweries, for a beer tasting that's both educational and entertaining with your knowledgeable tour guide.
This full-day tour from Portland takes in the stunning scenery of the Columbia River Gorge, the Cascade Mountain Range, and Mount Hood. In the comfort of a luxury car, you can see the Gorge's most popular sights, such as beautiful waterfalls, the Bridge of the Gods, Hood's Timberline Lodge, and the lovely town of Hood River.
This half-day tour from Portland will take you to the Columbia River Gorge, where you'll see flowing waterfalls and breathtaking viewpoints. In addition to Multnomah Falls, you'll see some lesser-known waterfalls in the area. We also provide a few short treks in and around the area, so you can see more waterfalls and landscapes.
The city of Portland has long been known for its delicious donuts, and on this tour, you'll get to see some of the greatest in the city. If you're looking for something a little less well-known but equally wonderful, your guide will take you to places like Voodoo Donuts.
Discover central Portland on two wheels, the way the locals do. Tour the historic west side of Portland and visit galleries, food carts, historic breweries, and 19th-century architecture on this bike ride. To see the river and bridges up close, come to Waterfront Park.
The Columbia River Gorge, located east of Portland, is a natural wonderland of rocky cliffs and breathtaking waterfalls. On this handy out-of-town excursion, Multnomah Falls, one of the country's highest waterfalls, may be seen. The Bonneville Hatchery and Latourell Falls can be seen depending on the season.
Visit the best of the Willamette Valley wine region on a Portland-based guided wine tour. Wine-lovers should spend half a day touring three well-selected wineries, such as Colene Clemens Vineyards and Montinore Estate, with a small group of other wine-lovers. Visit local winemakers and try award-winning wines while taking in the beautiful scenery of Oregon's countryside.
This full-day tour from Portland takes you along the rocky northern coast of Oregon. Visit Cannon Beach, Ecola, and Oswald West State Parks along the scenic US Highway 101, which winds through lovely beach villages. While indulging your senses in breathtaking coastal scenery and geological wonders, you can relax on a pristine beach.
This cycling tour of the best of Portland will take you through the heart of the City of Roses. Take a leisurely bike ride through the city's historic Old Town, down the river on the Waterfront Esplanade, through the Park Blocks with their many green areas, and into the fashionable Pearl District. As you ride around the city like a local, you'll hear from knowledgeable tour guides about what makes Portland special.
This guided bike tour shows Portland like a local. Your guide will take you on an 8-to 11-mile ride through town, via flower-filled neighborhoods and across the Tilikum Bridge to downtown, stopping at a doughnut shop for delicious sustenance.
On a 3.5-hour trip, explore downtown Portland, the Pearl District, and Nob Hill. Pittock Mansion and Lan Su Chinese Garden were collaborated on by Portland and Suzhou, China. Washington Park's International Rose Test Garden has 7,000 rose plants and 550 kinds. Learn about Portland's history and culture, which has exploded in recent years. Your tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off in Portland.
This Portland ghost pub tour is a great way to see the otherworldly side of Old Town. Take a stroll around the city's 19th-century structures and discover some of the city's dark past. Listen to tales about kidnapping, gangs, prostitution, and opium dens while sampling local brews.
During this full-day trip, you'll see Mt. Hood and the Columbia Gorge, as well as a few wineries. Visit Multnomah Falls, Mt. Hood's iconic Timberline Lodge, and two wineries in the Columbia Gorge to sample the region's wine at your leisure on this tour.
A sunset dinner cruise on the Willamette River is the perfect way to wind down after a long day of sightseeing or after a long week at work. Views of the Portland skyline and the city's landmarks can be seen along the way. Enjoy a freshly made dinner from the Northwest while a local band plays live music.
This walking ghost tour of Portland's Old Town will teach you all about the city's eerie past. On this tour, your guide will share stories of the past and lead you to many spots that are said to be haunted by a long-dead fire captain.
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Guided tours are all generally all-inclusive group travel experiences led by a local travel guide and following a fixed itinerary for a specific tourist attractive or local activity. Many sightseeing guided tours, skip-the-line tickets for major travel attractions, group day/night tours, food tastings, wine tastings, and even airport transfers.
Should I use guided tours on my vacations?
Explore and experience your destination like a local.
Take it all in! Receive tailored suggestions before to and throughout your trip to ensure you take advantage of everything your location has to offer. Discover your holiday location through the eyes of a native. Discover a treasure trove of hidden gems!
Avoid scams and pay better prices
Pay the best price possible! It is common to be ripped by unscrupulous local tour agents. Book your guided tours ahead of time
I have a tight budget, can I still buy a guided tour?
With such a vast number of guided tours available, there is sure to be one that fits your budget.
Save time, Get the most out of your trip.
Finding local tours in your destination is a waste of your precious vacation time.
When you have a tour plan, you know exactly what you’re going to do each day, so you don’t have to worry about any disappointment.
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No risk to you. Free cancellation
For the majority of guided tours, you can change your mind and cancel your ticket without incurring any fees up to 24 hours before the activity’s start date. This is really beneficial if your travel plans change at the last minute.
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Types of guided tours available for your vacation
Depending on the city you are traveling to, there are almost any guide trips and activities for everyone. There are outdoor guided tours, water activities, Nature routes, Music celebrations, Local food trips, Workshops and Classes, Arts Performances, Hidden Gems exploration, beer or white wine drinking and tasting tours, exclusive TV & Movies trips, romantic couple tours, kids’ activities, tours to Parks and Gardens, Island exploration trips, check out well-known landmarks, Museum guided tours and tickets, Airport transfer services, Memorials for you to explore to under the local culture and history, go up Towers & viewing platforms to get a birds-eye view of the landscape, shopping tours, theaters and concert halls, come by ports and harbors, sightseeing cruise, bikes for rental, helicopter flights, ferryboat tickets, Jeep and SUV for rental, luxury yacht services and sailboat leasing.