7 Regions of Oregon 7N - 8D

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Day: 1 Portland
Day : 2 -The Columbia River Gorge to Pendleton
Day : 3 Pendleton to Bend via Mitchell
Day : 4 Bend To Ashland via Crater Lake National Park
Day : 5 Ashland To Eugene
Day : 6 Eugene To Newport Via Florence
Day : 7 Newport to Willamette Valley
Day: 8 Dropoff at Portland Airport
Accommodation at Luxury, deluxe, budget property options available as per passenger request.
Attractions Included
Portland Japanese Garden
Tamastslikt Cultural Institute
Columbian River Gorge
Multnomah Falls
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Crater Lake National Park
Oregon Coast Aquarium
7 nights hotel accommodation and hotel breakfasts
  • Day : 1 Portland

    Arrive at Portland International Airport, named the best airport in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure for seven years in a row.
    Spend your day taking in Portland from above in an exciting hop-on-hop-off tour or helicopter ride, smell the roses in the International Rose Test Garden, or meander through the Portland Japanese Garden or Lan Su Chinese Garden.
    Enjoy your evening with live music at one of the many festivals or music venues in Portland’s diverse neighborhoods like Mississippi Studios, Alberta Rose Theatre, Doug Fir Lounge, Crystal Ballroom, and many others.
  • Day : 2 The Columbia River Gorge to Pendleton

    Drive east of Portland through the jaw-dropping Columbia River Gorge. Stop at the Vista House to take in the stunning views and one of several waterfalls along the corridor, including Multnomah Falls, Latourell Falls, or Horsetail Falls.
    Stop for lunch in Hood River, where you’ll find plenty of excellent dining and shopping options in the walkable downtown, including the acclaimed Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom. After lunch, walk the waterfront and watch the windsurfers and kite-boarders race across the Columbia River’s surface.
    Continue to the ranching and farming community of Pendleton. Discover eastern Oregon’s hidden past by embarking on a Pendleton Underground Tour. Explore the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute to learn about the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes.
    Overnight in Pendleton
  • Day : 3 Pendleton to Bend via Mitchell

    Before departing Pendleton, grab a coffee and pastry for the road at The Pendleton Coffee Bean & Bistro and drive south on U.S. 395 toward the Painted Hills, the most picturesque section of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, where fossils dating back more than 33 million years have been found.

    Continue to Mitchell, a small pioneer town located in Eastern Oregon just 9 miles/12 kilometers from the Painted Hills. The town is situated in a rugged canyon right off Highway 26 with a remarkable rock formation, the Mitchell Rock, looming above the town’s entrance and two impressive hills, Black Butte and White Butte, rising in distance. Stop for lunch at Little Pine Café or Tiger Town Brewing Company.
    In the afternoon, drive to the beautiful city of Bend, which is known for its lively downtown of foodie-approved breweries, cafes, and bistros. Try Crux Fermentation Project or Deschutes Brewery. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day : 4 Bend To Ashland via Crater Lake National Park

    Grab breakfast on the way out of town at The Sparrow Bakery, known for their baked goods. Drive to Crater Lake National Park, the deepest body of water in the United States. Make time for the 33-mile auto tour around Rim Drive, where you’ll encounter numerous scenic viewpoints that offer awesome photo opportunities. Take a scenic narrated cruise around the lake with a stop at Wizard Island (a volcanic cinder cone), and have lunch at the grand Crater Lake Lodge, built-in 1915

    Continue on to Ashland, famous for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (performances run from February-October). Grab a coffee at Noble Coffee and stroll through Lithia Park, a verdant 93-acre patch of lawns, gardens, duck ponds and forestland featuring a gurgling creek fed by mineral springs. Overnight in Ashland at the hotel
  • Day : 5 Ashland To Eugene

    From Ashland, depart for Eugene with a stop in Grants Pass, the starting point for adrenaline-producing white-water rafting and jet-boat trips along the Rogue River, a nationally designated Wild and Scenic River that courses through some of Southern Oregon’s most dramatic scenery.
    Continue to Eugene’s vibrant downtown. Falling Sky Brewing is ideal for hearty dinner fare and well crafted, European-inspired beers. Consider renting a bicycle to get around the city of Eugene through the local bike-share program, PeaceHealth Rides.
  • Day : 6 Eugene to Newport via Florence

    From Eugene make the picturesque, 90-minute drive west to the Oregon Coast and Old Town Florence. Florence boasts several blocks of art galleries, gift shops, and seafood eateries. After exploring Old Town, stop in for an espresso at Siuslaw River Coffee Roasters, overlooking the historic Siuslaw River Bridge

    Continue north up U.S. 101, also known as the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, where you’ll be treated to spectacular ocean views from rocky bluffs and along sweeping beaches. Be sure to visit Heceta Head Lighthouse, before continuing to Newport.

    End your day about an hour’s drive north in the historic bayfront district of Newport, which has an extensive selection of seaside hotels and fun, family-friendly attractions, as well as some of the best seafood eateries around. Both a retail market and an upscale restaurant with seating overlooking Yaquina Bay, Local Ocean Seafoods serves delectable dinner fare. Don’t miss a visit to the Oregon Coast Aquarium while in town. Overnight in Newport
  • Day : 7 Newport to Willamette Valley

    Depart for the Willamette Valley, home to more than 500 wineries. Here, you’ll discover one of the world’s most renowned regions for pinot noir.
    Other varietals grown in the 5,200-square-mile Willamette Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area) include pinot gris and chardonnay. Noted for its sleek, rectilinear tasting room, the LEED-certified Sokol Blosser Winery ranks among the Northwest’s pioneers in sustainability, having earned numerous awards for its organic, balanced, berry forward pinot noirs. You’ll find a bounty of first-rate restaurants as well as additional winery tasting rooms in the towns of Newberg and McMinnville, which are both rewarding stops. Overnight in the Willamette Valley
  • Day : 8 Departure from Portland

    Breakfast at the hotel
    Later, check out of the hotel before 11 AM and proceed to Portland Airport- PDX (about 1 hour and 10-minute drive) in the morning.



Lunches and dinner on own .

Mandatory service fees: person should be paid in cash to tour guide and the bus driver as a service fee. Any child / Infant reserving a seat will have to pay the service fees as well.

Tour Notes

Hotel rates are subject to change at the time of booking

-Tours Limited reserves the right to make minor modifications to the daily itinerary flow based on weather, traffic, or any other conditions for the convenience of the traveling customers.

-Child age 2-9 years. Above 9 years is considered as an adult.

-Breakfast at the hotel will be Continental/American buffet breakfast, Packed breakfast option is not available. -No refund for any missed breakfast due to flight timings.

-Strictly one piece of medium luggage & one small carry on per person is allowed.

-Time Wise itinerary must be strictly adhered to maintain the flow of the itinerary. The itinerary and vouchers will be sent by email 72 hours prior to departure.

-Porterage, tips, laundry, telephone calls, alcohol/non-alcoholic beverages are not included.

-The passengers requiring Wheelchair assistance will have to make their own arrangements.

-Early check-in not Guaranteed and is based on the hotel's availability.

-The passengers will have to give their Credit Card at the time of check-in towards Incidentals.

-No refunds either in part or full will be made for any unused services in the above package like ground transportation, meals, accommodation, sightseeing tours.

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