The winter brings a mix of beautiful storms and crystal clear days. Now is when cooler temperatures invite you to try new libations and New Year’s resolutions beg you to expand your culinary horizons. Theaters have prepared performances to dazzle your imagination. Musicians are ready to delight you with unique tunes. And, celebratory events mean parades backed with festive color.
We’ve compiled a list of 24 things to do in the San Juan Islands, Victoria and Seattle throughout January, February and March. Plus, with our low winter airfares and terrific off-season rates on most accomodations, now is the ideal time to get away, explore and indugle in all the Northwest has to offer.
The San Juan Islands Winter in the San Juan Islands is a unique time when the bustle of tourist traffic declines. Chefs and local producers can linger with you longer, answering questions and explaining your meal. Beaches become private escapes. And, winter storms mean watching a special kind magic unfold outside your window.
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Victoria, BC Victoria’s mix of old world charm and cutting edge technology keeps it fresh and vibrant. This BC gem places indulgence at the forefront of importance. From its art scene to its culinary scene, you’ll find a wide variety of things to do in Victoria which will delight and surprise.
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Seattle This bustling city doesn’t lose its luster during the winter. While you’d be wise to bring a jacket and carry a pair of Seattle mittens (aka a cup of steaming coffee), you won’t want to miss these unique events. From beer to boats and mussels to ballet performances, Seattle has a plethora of activities which beseech you to explore.
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