June 17, 2022 - June 26, 2022

Oregon Coast

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Tour Description

Your package includes deluxe transportation and accommodations, all listed tour fees, and 15 meals.

The Pacific Northwest is a wild and diverse landscape, full of towering evergreens, deep canyons, snowcapped mountains and gentle rivers. On Making Memories Tours’ trip to the Oregon Coast, you’ll get the chance to see why this area of the country is truly unforgettable. Enjoy a 5% discount (up to $100 a person) with a deposit paid before 1/31/22.  

Day 1:


Today, we head to Tulsa, Okla. to overnight before we fly out on our adventure tomorrow.  

Day 2:


Meals: Breakfast

The journey begins as we gather our fellow travelers and hop on a plane and fly to the lush Pacific Northwest. Our first night is spent in Clackamas, Ore.

Day 3:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Our first full day in Oregon starts off with a visit to the breathtaking Multnomah Falls, the state’s tallest waterfall. The water tumbles down two separate drops, giving the overall landscape a truly magical feel. Speaking of magic, our next stop is a brunch cruise on the Portland Spirit Cascade Lock. Climb aboard this authentic sternwheeler as we explore the Columbia River. Enjoy the breathtaking mountain views as the boat cuts through the water, taking us underneath the Bridge of the Gods and past the Native American salmon fishermen before returning back to the docks. After a full day, we overnight in Bend, Ore.  

Day 4:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

The adventure continues as we venture to the Cascade Mountains to see…a lake! Yes, Crater Lake sits atop the Cascade Mountains. Not only is this one-of-a-kind water feature the deepest lake in the USA, but it is also one of the most beautiful. It is not fed by underground streams; instead, it gets its water from rain and snowmelt, causing its color to be a pure, deep blue. We spend the majority of our day exploring this area, allowing plenty of time for you to take pictures. We rest up from our day at our hotel in Medford, Ore.    

Day 5:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

We hop back on the water with a tour of Rogue River on Hellgate Jetboat Excursion. Despite the name, this river excursion is anything but hellish. Immerse yourself in iconic, picturesque Pacific Northwest scenery as you travel through the river and see rocky shores, towering trees, green mountains and amazing wildlife. This heavenly trip is definitely one you will always remember. We leave Oregon and make our way south to Redding, Calif. We have spent the past few days looking at natural wonders, but today, we will get the chance to experience a true piece of man-made art.   The Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, as its name indicates, is one of the largest working sundials in the world. Its large dial also assists in supporting the bridge as a whole, holding up an almost transparent bridge made of glass, granite and steel that makes you feel as though you are floating over the river! We continue on to Redding where we will be staying for the night.      

Day 6:


Meals: Breakfast

We continue our journey through California, making our way to Route 101, also called the Oregon Coast Highway. As we travel along this winding route to Humboldt Redwood State Park, we see highlights of California’s magnificent scenery. This state park is the home of California’s most iconic flora: the Redwood tree. Although you may have seen pictures of people standing next to these towering giants, their size is not something that can truly be grasped until you see them for yourself. Grab your camera and a few friends and see how many it takes to encircle one of these Jurassic giants. Our overnight tonight will be in Eureka, Calif.    

Day 7:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today is full of picturesque stops as we make our way back up the Oregon Coast Highway. Some of our stops include the Redwoods at the Yurok Country Visitor’s Center, unique rock formations at the Natural Bridges in Brookings and the distinct formations of Myers Creek Beach. The bus winds through the natural wonders of the 101 before taking us to Bend, Ore., for dinner and overnight in North Bend, Ore.  

Day 8:


Meals: Breakfast

Wake up and see the light! Today, we are all about Pacific lighthouses! Our first stop is the Umpqua Lighthouse. This towering structure was one of the first lighthouses built along the Oregon Coast and has been shining its unique red and white light over the Pacific for over 100 years! From here, we move onto Sea Lion Caves where you can choose to venture down into the depths to see these majestic creatures or—if caves aren’t for you—spend time looking out at the water.   After exploring the caves, we head back above ground and head over to Newport for some free time on Newport’s Historic Bayfront. Take time to grab lunch on your own before exploring this fun area full of local shops, one-of-a-kind art, various ships, and—of course—beautiful views! We continue looking at Pacific Lighthouses as we arrive at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. This structure was built in 1873 and towers 93 feet over the water, guiding ships safely through the rough waters. After this illuminating day, we overnight in Lincoln City, Ore.        

Day 9:


Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

All aboard! Our last full day in Oregon begins with a scenic train ride up the coast to Rockaway Beach. Enjoy the mountain scenery on this luxurious train before you arrive at the sandy beaches of Rockaway Beach. That’s right, I said sand! Because even though it’s surrounded by tall mountains, this beach has beautiful yellow sand that is just waiting for you to sink your toes in. After working up an appetite walking along the beach, we head over to the Tillamook Creamery for some lunch on your own, but make sure to save some room for Tillamook’s famous ice cream, rich milk or creamy cheese. This uncommon company has been a farmer-owned co-op since opening in 1909. This means that the delicious food they provide is locally sourced from over 80 families in the Tillamook County area! Our last activity for today is free time at the International Rose Garden. We return to Clackamas, Ore., for our last night’s stay in this Pacific Northwest Paradise.      

Day 10:


Meals: Breakfast

Our last day together is spent reminiscing on the airplane ride home. From giant Redwood trees and floating bridges to fat Sea Lions and bright Lighthouses, this trip through the Oregon Coast is one that will always be remembered.