Holidays to Pacific Northwest

Holidays to Pacific Northwest

One of the lesser-visited destinations in the USA, the Pacific Northwest – in the upper-left corner of the country - is easy-going, liberal and stunningly scenic. There are plenty of outdoor adventures making the most of the incredible natural landscapes that knock on the door of big cities like Portland or Seattle. Here you’ll find the snow-capped Mount Rainier, Lake Crater – the deepest lake in the States at 1943 feet and some of the largest coastal dunes in the world! And when you feel like a return to civilisation, you can engage in arts, cultural and a delicious foodie scene in the urban centres.

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Pacific Northwest Travel Information

There are direct flights from London to Seattle and indirect flights to Portland – flights also available from other UK airports.

  • Currency: US dollar 
  • Time difference: GMT -7 
  • Flight from UK: 9 hours 40 minutes to Seattle; 12 and a half hours to Portland 
  • Visa: Yes – ESTA required prior to travel 
  • Language: English
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Travel Tips & Advice for the Pacific Northwest

Pacific Northwest Activities


Embrace the great outdoors on your holiday to the Pacific Northwest! Olympic National Park is our recommended go-to place for wildlife and wilderness with plenty of opportunities for hiking and mountaineering. Along the coast you can go sea kayaking or whale watching – you may spot grey whales or even orcas! There’s wine tasting in the Willamette Valley and the nine month-long Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a chance to catch some culture.

Pacific Northwest Food & Drink


The Pacific Northwest is well-known for its focus on local produce whether its community gardens, farmers markets selling everything from berries to seafood or speciality supermarkets. There’s also a growing trend for food trucks, with nearly 600 in Portland alone and an increasing number of microbreweries producing IPAs. In Seattle be sure to head to Pike Place Market for fresh seafood – and don’t miss the chance to visit the first ever Starbucks at Pike Place.

Pacific Northwest Attractions


There’s a huge love for art and culture in the Pacific Northwest with galleries and museums aplenty to keep you entertained for days. For a free day out in Seattle head to the Olympic Sculpture Park or enjoy the city’s outdoor art – we love the giant troll underneath a bridge and the 7-ton bronze statue of Lenin. Pre-historic history buff? You’ll love the fossil specimens going back 40 million years at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon.

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