Exploring the Olympic Peninsula: A Five-Day Itinerary

Enjoy the top places to see and things to do on the Olympic Peninsula in just five days!

Day One: Olympic National Park's North Section

The first day for your Pacific Northwest adventure is the North Section of the incredibly scenic Olympic National Park.

Day Two: Around the Hoh Rainforest

For your second day, take a nice drive through the Hoh Rain Forest and along the way experience the peace and grandeur of the ocean beaches and the gigantic driftwood resting along the shoreline. You will experience the backdrop for the Twilight series as you pass through the town of Forks and go beachcombing along the Olympic Peninsula's Pacific Ocean shore.

Day Three: Neah Bay and Camp Flattery Area

Explore the most Northwest corner of the Continental United States around Neah Bay and Cape Flattery. Experience wonderful tide pools at Salt Creek Recreation area along the way.
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Day Four: Ferry Ride to Victoria, British Columbia

Port Angeles offers daily ferry service via the Coho Ferry to Victoria B.C. and allow guests to experience Canadian treasures like Butchart Gardens, Victoria's Butterfly Gardens and the Royal B.C. Museum.

Day Five: Lavender Farms and More

See the World's longest sand-spit, exotic animals, and The Lavender Capital of North America on your final day of exploring.