Seattle Shore Excursion: Bainbridge Island and Bloedel Reserve Small-Group Luxury Tour
You will get to ride on a ferry and see all of Seattle along the water, which is a great way to pass the time as well as see Seattle n a way that many people have never gotten to experience before, on the water showing you Seattle in a new light.
Each one of these tours is 2 hours long a piece, making the tour just the right amount of time to see some of the beautiful spots that Seattle has to offer everyone along the waters. You can travel on the ferry with up to 12 people at a time, including your ferry captain and tour guide made this tour something very intimate giving you a memory that is going to last you a lifetime.
After you take your ferry ride you will be met by a guide who will then drive you around to show you some of the other fantastic places in Seattle and all that it has to offer people. This tour starts at 8:45 in the morning sharp.
Come today and enjoy the Seattle Shore Excursion: Bainbridge Island and Bloedel Reserve Small-Group Luxury Tour to experience Seattle like you have never seen it before!
While in port in Seattle, take a scenic shore excursion to Bainbridge Island to visit the award-winning Bloedel Reserve. After a ferry ride across Puget Sound, take a guided tour of Bainbridge Island by luxury mini-coach and then hop off to explore the Bloedel Reserve, an award-winning public garden filled with eccentric and immaculate grounds. If you have an interest in stunning gardens and natural habitats, you'll be in heaven, as this tour includes 2 hours of either guided or individual exploration at the reserve, known for its beautiful Japanese Garden and postcard-worthy views of Puget Sound, all within a 150-acre (60-hectare) property.
When your cruise ship docks in Seattle, take an easy 15-minute walk to Pier 66 to catch the ferry to Bainbridge Island. Enjoy views of the Seattle skyline on your 35-minute ferry ride across Puget Sound, keeping your eyes peeled for whales and other marine life. The 8:45am ferry departure from Seattle is suggested for catching the start of the tour at 9:20am.
When you leave the reserve, you'll be taken back to the ferry terminal, where you are free to board the ferry or spend more time on the island.