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A little nervous when didn’t hear from tour, but we received email the afternoon before. Our guide was John and he was AWESOME. Wet (for sure) and a bit cold, but he told us history and brought the tour to life. And many of the...More
This tour was different from what was described. We saw only one beach and spent the rest of the time visiting towns. We spent more than one hour in Astoria, which isn't even on the coast. It wasn't what I had paid for.
Awesome tour! Our driver, Crystal, was super friendly and knowledgeable. Was picked up, on time, at my hotel. Rode in a comfortable Mercedes Sprinter van. The trip to Multnomah Falls alone is worth it, but wait, there's more! You get to see several other falls,...More
Everything was BETTER than expected! We enjoyed the trip and our host (Marcus) was phenomenal. The three (3) vineyards selected were exceptional. We learned alot about the region and the wines. We also had a really good group, too! They made the trip lots of...More
This was one of the best wine tours I’ve ever been on! The winery selections were great, the tour guide (shout out to Phil) was amazing, and the timing is perfect. I live in Portland and I will definitely be going on a tour with...More
Our family recently spent 4 days in Oregon to visit family and we took a 1 day tour to see the Falls, Columbia River and Mount Hood. Our tour guide, Tom, provided us so much interesting information about the history (like Lewis and Clarke), knew...More
I would find it very stressful taking toddlers on the tours we were on (Portland City a.m. + Columbia Gorge, Multnomah Falls p.m.). I’m pretty sure you would have to bring your own car seats, and, while much of the city tour... More
I would find it very stressful taking toddlers on the tours we were on (Portland City a.m. + Columbia Gorge, Multnomah Falls p.m.). I’m pretty sure you would have to bring your own car seats, and, while much of the city tour is spent just driving around, you do stop and walk around at three sites, one of which is a historic mansion where you are not allowed to touch anything. The Gorge and waterfalls tours involve viewing the sites from tall heights. I witnessed one toddler pushing almost half his body through the bridge while looking at one of the falls - no joke, one wrong step and he would have fallen to his death. It was terrifying for me as a parent - not a place I would want to bring a toddler at all