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The state with diversity and adventure is true identity of Washington. It is originally the heart of Pacific Northwest. It is probable to expect lush green forests and parks, with snow build strong mountains and relaxed friendly San Juan Islands. And this is only one side of Washington. For more fun and excitement, head towards other side and see the all new state.

East of Washington is more scenic, with farm lands, wineries and cowboy breakfasts. You can have a style of lunch eating in orchards or white farm field’s restaurants. Washington is a true vacation place for romantic style, family and friend’s style, for bachelor’s parties and also for romantic honeymoons.

The biggest upscale tourism market in Washington is Seattle. It drives the tourist the most with its city charm. Once you are done with Seattle and its ferry boats, leave it behind and head towards charismatic journey to mountains and the green woods.

Best Time to Fly to Washington

Washington is rated as year round vacation land with activities to hosts in winters as well as in summers.

Peak Season: Washington has best tourist hosting in summers. July and August are the busiest months where you may stand in queue to wait four your turn at almost every tourist spot. This is time of summer vacation so you will meet families from all the world exploring every inch of Washington State. If you are planning in these months, you may plan 4 months before to get best deals on flight and accommodation deals

Off Season: in Washington, October to April is high rainfall. This closes door to most of the parks and forest areas. Hotel rates and accommodation is quiet cheap. In fall and winter, nearly September till February, winter sports begin. Though tourists visiting becomes less but winter resorts receives good number of vacationers.

Top 10 Must Things To Do In Washington

Washington State has vast opportunities for you to experience and explore. The state has strong economic back hence they keep on adding new and fun things to add to your bucket list.

  • 1. Olympic National Park in Peninsula is one the greatest national park in entire country. It hosts oceans and beaches to mountains and glaciers. It also includes, a Hurricane Ride, Hot Springs, Hiking Trails like Hall of Mosses and Hoh river Trail, all-time favorite Marymere Falls
  • 2. Seattle Center, is a top rated family friendly tourist location. It is a 74 acre land of tourism activities to enjoy. The Space Needle is one the favorite centers, Monorail, parklands and museums are other options to lookup for. They have added Chihuly Garden and Glass with glass sculptures and Museum of Pop Culture in the newer version.
  • 3. San Juan island of Puget Sound are the best of all the Washington’s islands. To reach to San Juan, you have to take a ferry. It has famous art galleries, many seafood restaurants and parks. It also has a National Historic Park famous for a hurdle by British and Americans. Most visited tourist destinations in San Juan Are: Friday Harbor, East Sound and Moran State Park. The location is famous for sea kayaking, street dining and what watching.
  • 4. Huge and iconic landmark in Washington is Mount Rainier National Park. Mountain Rainier is the tallest peak in Washington and is located in Seattle. It is mostly famous for best sunrise scenic views. It is open year round for tourists. In summers you can enjoy hiking till the last point and in winters you can plan for snowshoeing or skiing. If you are not fond of running on mountains you can enjoy strong waterfalls, peaceful gardens, wilderness forests and camping grounds.
  • 5. Seattle downtown is a happening beat with lots of things to do. It has a Pike Place Market with historic museums and shopping ground. It has a Pioneer Square for live concerts and Benaroya Hall for arts performances. If nothing rusty or crowded you want to do, you can head towards Olympic Sculpture Park near waterfront to relax and enjoy breathtaking fragrance of gardens. Waterfront itself has many water activities to enjoy.
  • 6. The wide and original North Cascades National Park has some fantastic views to cover. It shares the borders with Canada. Ross Lake, hiking trails, family treks and stunning views of mountains is all what North Cascades has to offer. It has a recreational area called Lake Chelan and a mountain town unexplored known as Stehekin.
  • 7. Heading towards eat of Washington, the weather changes to sunny rays and mild temperatures. This makes green leaves and water sparkle in afternoons. Spokane is a major cultural landscape area with top gardens, parks and museums to follow. Not just this, Spokane hosts World’ Fair annually on Riverfront Park, including Ferris wheel. And for winter adventure, mount Spokane is best for skiing experience.
  • 8. Moving towards north of Seattle, city of Bellingham is worth a stop. It has beautiful outdoor attractions like Whatcom Falls Park which has 4 sets of waterfalls. Click your best photos at Skagit Valley with colorful Tulips in spring. For indoor activities, Fairhaven Historic District is famous for art galleries. End your trip with a drive on narrow route of Chuckanut.
  • 9. No trip ends without living a nightlife. Washington offers superb clubs and bars for you to have some fun. Most rated nightclubs are Stompy’s at Queen Anne, Tuck Seattle, Rico’s Public House in Pullman, the Brick in Roslyn and Pourhouse in Port Townsend. If you love tequilas, visit South at Wenatchee and for fashion clubs, Tini Bigs Lounge for big martinis.
  • 10. For ladies, shopping in Washington is pinnacle. Visit Nordstrom Rack, which is the best cheap shopping area in Seattle. Otherwise, visit Cascade mall in Burlington, Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood and Kitsap Mall in Silverdale.

Enjoy your journey while you are in the state Washington. From shopping to kids play, trails to hiking trips and from fine dining to dance till the last beat in Washington’s best nightclubs.