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Tours in Oregon starting from $2,988

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Oregon Tours

The state motto in Oregon is “Alias volat propriis” which translates to “she flies with her own wings.”

Crater Lake which was formed more than 6,500 years ago is the deepest lake in the United States.

Sea Lion Caves, located 11 miles north of Florence on the Oregon Coast, is considered the largest sea cave in the world.

Portland is also known as The City of Roses.

The International Museum of Carousel Art in Hood River offers the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of carousel horses.

Silver Falls State Park is Oregon’s largest state park, featuring 10 waterfalls and a wide variety of forested hiking trails.

Why go on an Oregon tour?

Dreaming about a pacific coast and wilderness adventure? Then going on an Oregon tour may be just for you! Begin your journey in the lovely dwelling of Central Oregon. One of the greatest things about this area is the Smith Rock State Park. Perfect for adventure-seekers and travellers just wanting to relax – feel free to walk around and see some of its incredible rock formations or hike in the Misery Ridge hiking trail. Head south afterward and enjoy the Tony-Award winning Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. Every year, from February through October, the festival presents 11 plays on three unique stages in rotating repertory – offering an immersive cultural experience you will always remember! Make sure to also spend some time in Portland, which is regarded as the City of Roses. Visit one of its popular restaurants and discover why Portland is considered one of the top dining cities in the country. Immerse yourself in its progressive and artistic atmosphere, and come home brimming with inspiration. After, travel toward Willamette Valley and appreciate its selection of over 200 vineyards. If you are craving an enriching experience, don’t fret, this area is dotted with historic landmarks.

When is the best time to go?

Oregon has two distinct climate regions, with the eastern half of the state warmer and drier than the western coastal areas. Summer is the peak season in Oregon, which means that hotel and flight prices are highest around these months. During the summer months, the temperatures in the Cascade Mountains and coastal valleys average 27C, with highs of 32C in the western regions. Although Oregon experiences more rain during fall and spring, you will benefit from discounted prices and fewer crowds, so booking a trip around these months may be worth it! On the other hand, winter in Oregon is ideal for skiing, snowboarding, whale watching, and festivals.

Begin by launching our Tour Finder, which allows you to compare all Oregon tours quickly and easily. You can select your desired date range and choose up to three different cities, and our tour finder will show you the best matches.

With so many different Oregon tours available, it's best to speak with a travel agent who has been there.  A travel agent can help you hand-pick the perfect Oregon tour and find the best priced deals perfect for your needs!