Our Whidbey Island tour from Seattle highlights the best of our state’s famous scenery and lifestyle. Washington’s largest island is packed full of local charm, friendly people, state history, and beautiful vistas. Among the most popular weekend destinations for Washington residents, Whidbey enjoys an idyllic setting and playful energy that make it a rewarding day trip from Seattle.
“Every country road on this glacially formed island off the coast of Seattle leads through astoundingly diverse but ever-enchanting topography: tunnels of towering redwoods, farmland dotted with barns and grazing horses, stunning vistas of sparkling bays.”
– Lindsay Moran, The New York Times
Join one of our professional local guides on a journey through the history and geology of this beautiful landscape. We’ll learn about the island’s local Native American history, the founding of one of Washington’s oldest communities at Coupeville, how Deception Pass earned its name by tricking Captain George Vancouver, and the importance of Whidbey’s fortifications in defending Seattle during World War II.
Washington’s island communities have always enchanted visitors, and our Whidbey Island and Deception Pass tour is the perfect way to see this local life at its fullest.
|PICK-UP AND RETURN||Your downtown Seattle hotel or vacation rental. For guests staying outside the city center, pick-up is available at the Charter Hotel at 1610 2nd Ave.|
|DEPARTURE TIME||8:00 AM|
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|PRIVATE TOURS||Prefer a private experience? Click “Private Tour” below for availability and pricing.|
We want you to have the best experience possible, so we optimize every tour based on the season, weather conditions, and guest interest. Here’s an example of a typical itinerary for the Whidbey Island and Deception Pass Tour:
8:00 AM: Pick-Up
10:00 AM: Deception Pass
12:00 PM: Coupeville
12:30 PM: Lunch in Coupeville
1:30 PM: Ebey's Landing
2:30 PM: Fort Casey
4:00 PM: Langley
5:00 PM: Clinton Ferry to Mukilteo
6:30 PM: Arrive in Seattle