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Portland: 2.5 Hour Dinner Cruise Through Downtown

1. Portland: 2.5 Hour Dinner Cruise Through Downtown

Try out the best way to dine in Portland on the Willamette River enhanced by dazzling city sights and lights. You'll enjoy an evening featuring a 2.5 hour cruise, Northwest cuisine (locally sourced and prepared fresh on board), live piano music and narration of the sights on the outer decks. Partake in freshly baked bread, house salad, your choice of entrée (poultry, beef, seafood or vegetarian) and New York cheesecake dessert. After dinner, head out onto the observation deck to admire the city’s skyline lit up at night. Cruise along the scenic Willamette River, then pass by the impressive Steel Bridge. Along the way, learn about the landmarks from the onboard narration. 

Portland: 2 Hour Lunch Cruise Through Downtown

2. Portland: 2 Hour Lunch Cruise Through Downtown

Hop onboard the vessel and be escorted to your private table. Start off with some freshly baked bread, followed by your choice of entrée (poultry, beef, seafood, or vegetarian). Salad and dessert options are available for additional purchase on board. After lunch, head out onto the observation deck to admire the city’s impressive skyline. Cruise along the scenic Willamette River to Milwaukie and back through Downtown Portland under several bridges. Along the way, learn about the landmarks from the historical narration on the outer decks.

Portland: 2 Hour Champagne Brunch Cruise Through Downtown

3. Portland: 2 Hour Champagne Brunch Cruise Through Downtown

Hop onboard the vessel and be escorted to your private table. Start off with a refreshing glass of champagne, sparkling cider, or an orange juice. Then enjoy a delicious plated brunch made up of breakfast and lunch favorites, accompanied by a dessert buffet. After brunch, head out onto the observation deck to admire the city’s impressive skyline. Cruise along the scenic Willamette River, then pass by the Steel Bridge. Along the way, learn about the landmarks from the onboard narration while sipping on more champagne.

Portland: Columbia Gorge Flight Tour

4. Portland: Columbia Gorge Flight Tour

Select this incredible air tour to experience the grandeur and beauty of the Columbia River Gorge. Make new friends on this small group tour as you all embark on a beautiful aerial excursion of one of Portland's most famous tourist areas. Take in the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge and the tranquil river flowing within the canyon providing a natural divide between Oregon and Washington. Admire Mount Hood and how it towers in the background over Portland. Fly over the most popular clifftop viewing area, Crown Point and take a peek at Latourell Falls' never-ending cascade. Gorgeous at all times of the day, this tour shines brightest at sunset. Don't miss out on this 20 minute adventure to make a memory that will last a lifetime.

Portland: 5-Hour Willamette Valley Wine Tour with Tastings

5. Portland: 5-Hour Willamette Valley Wine Tour with Tastings

Oregon is home to some of the most beautiful vineyards in the world and its wineries are particularly well known for a distinctive Pinot Noir. The heart of the vineyard area is located in the North Willamette Valley on gentle hills that give way to expansive views of the vines and valley below. This 6-hour Oregon wine tour will show you 3 of the Willamette Valley’s finest wineries and vineyards. Enjoy the chance to visit their tasting rooms and sample the wines, too. The wine region in the north Willamette Valley, which was once known for fruit orchards and nurseries, has transformed into one of the country’s premier cool-climate varietal producers. The unique relationship between volcanic soils, elevation, and protective micro-climates has produced top Pinot Noir for decades.

Portland: Eastside Craft Brewery Walking Tour

6. Portland: Eastside Craft Brewery Walking Tour

Meet your guide and small group across the river from downtown Portland in the inner Eastside industrial district. The meeting point on SE 7th Avenue is located in the heart of so many scenes, from coffee to food, distilleries and street art. For the best of Portland's brewery innovation and history, start here, where beer (and cider) flourish and learn of Portland's craft brewing history from those who lead the way.  Walk into the hotbed of beer, through the neighborhood that borders the Willamette River and allow your guide to personally select breweries representing a trip through the Oregon's brew past, present and future⁠—and the whole US. Follow your guide through the Eastside, where you'll find an assortment of beers to satisfy your personal preferences, like sours, craft barrel-aging, Belgians, wits, imperial IPAs, and more.  Walking distance will be 2-3 miles (3-5 kilometers), with just enough beer tasting so you'll know which stop you'd like to return to. At each brewery, your guide will lead you through the choices and let you select your favorites, offering you recommendations for a classic experience, or customized the tasting to fit your likes and dislikes. Cider options are available at each brewery for gluten-free or wheat-free tour guests, and the route is mostly flat so the walk is appropriate for all abilities. This craft brewery walking tour is conversational in style; your guide is eager to share beer knowledge as well as a window into the culture of this neighborhood, one which has supported the city's street artists, skateboarders, brewmasters, food innovators, and a number of other unique parts of the city's evolution from an afterthought to a sought-after destination for tourists worldwide.

From Portland: Willamette Valley Full-Day Wine Tour

7. From Portland: Willamette Valley Full-Day Wine Tour

Learn about wine and enjoy the flavors of northwest Oregon on a wine tour of the lush Willamette Valley, home to over 400 wineries. Characterized by its range of varietals and ideal climate for pinot noir grapes, explore the picturesque beauty of the valley with a local tour guide. Departing from downtown Portland, head to a unique wine-growing region just southwest of the city. Get picked up from your hotel and introduced to a hand-picked selection of 3 to 4 wineries in the picturesque Willamette Valley. Let an expert guide your way from winery to winery, as they fill you in on the dense and intriguing history of the valley's wine scene. Learn about the Willamette Valley's geography and climate, and how they relate to the winemaking process. Stroll through beautiful vineyards at each winery. Taste a variety of wines, including regionally famous pinots, chardonnays, and Rieslings. Each tour varies depending on the season, group, and offerings. But the 3-4 wineries visited can include The Four Graces, Alexana, Lemelson Vineyards, Cana's Feast Winery, WillaKenzie Estate, Lenné Estate, and Argyle Estate. Along with the wine, feast on a delicious wine country picnic-style lunch.

Portland: Silver Falls Hike and Wine Tour

8. Portland: Silver Falls Hike and Wine Tour

Hike the forests and waterfalls of the Willamette Valley, discover the natural and cultural history of the area, and get intimate with the most renowned wine region for Pinot Noir in North America, on a small-group tour. Together with the other members of your group, learn about the history, terroir, and character of Willamette Valley from your naturalist guide.  In the morning, travel south of Portland as your guide takes you through the verdant landscape of Willamette Valley, known for its hazelnuts, berries, Christmas trees, and Pinot Noir wine. Arrive at Silver Falls State Park, the "crown jewel" of the Oregon State Park system. Hike under, beneath, above, and around waterfalls along the Trail of 10 Falls with your guide, before stopping for a picnic lunch. After your picnic lunch, you'll wander through the rolling hills of Willamette Valley, passing through charming little villages. Make 2 stops at unique boutique wineries. You may stop at a farm stand to get farm-fresh eggs or fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Finally, head back to Portland and be dropped off at your hotel.

Portland: Private Multnomah Falls Tour

9. Portland: Private Multnomah Falls Tour

As one of Oregon’s most famous attractions, Multnomah Falls is visited by over 2 million people each year which means there is a lot of crowds and a lot of traffic. So to avoid that, this beautiful landmark can be seen in 360º from the comfort of an airplane. This private air tour is an amazing opportunity to see a beautiful part of the world from a unique vantage point. In addition to the stunning views of Multnomah Falls, you will enjoy views of the Columbia River, Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Wahkeena Falls, the Vista House at Crown Point, and more as you fly over the Oregon wilderness. 

Portland: Multnomah Falls and Hood River Day Trip with Wine

10. Portland: Multnomah Falls and Hood River Day Trip with Wine

Discover the best of the Colombia River American Viticulture Area on this day trip from Portland. Enjoy a wine-tasting flight at one of the area's most renowned wineries, travel on the Mount Hood Railroad, and explore Multnomah Falls with a local guide. After getting picked up from Portland, travel straight to Multnomah Falls. Admire the impressive upper falls, which plummet 542 feet into a pool that runs into the Columbia River, making it the second-highest waterfall in the United States. At the base of the falls, you can visit the Historic Multnomah Falls Lodge for souvenirs and snacks, or visit the interpretative center. Next, head to Hood River and enjoy some free time to explore downtown before lunch at a local restaurant (not included in the tour price). After lunch, cross the road to board the Mount Hood Railroad where you will board the Hood River Excursion Train for a 3-hour ride. Enjoy a unique train ride through the lower Hood River Valley and learn about the landscape of Mount Hood and its history from your guide. Finally, pay a visit to one of the area's 65 wineries for a wine tasting. Depending on the day, you could visit The Gorge White House, Phelps Creek Vineyards, Cathedral Ridge Winery, Viento, Mt. Hood Winery, Stave and Stone, The Pines, Garnier, Hood Crest, or Wy’East vineyards. Get dropped off back at your hotel in Portland at the end of the day.

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What an incredible experience, to say the least. The customer service was lovely. The food was delicious. Beautiful live music. Beautiful views from your table and the opportunity to stand on the top deck to watch the sights. Neil was an amazing server as well, thanks so much

Trip was amazing! Pictures online seem unreal till you are actually sailing yourself and see the view for yourself amazing

Great customer service, good food, and nice boat ride to see Portland from a different view.

Amazing waitstaff and crew. Beautiful view and good food. Would absolutely recommend

Very helpful crew: help my mom (on wheelchair) get on and off the ramp.