Pack your shades and get ready to explore with a cruise to the West Coast.
Discover your adventurous side with a cruise to West Coast of the U.S. and Canada. Take in the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles with a drive down Sunset Boulevard. Peruse through bustling Pike Place Market in Seattle, or head to Vancouver, Canada, and hike the exhilarating Grouse Grind to a panoramic chalet at the summit. Marvel at Alaska's glacial mountains and at the dramatic cliffsides and lush, green valleys of the Napali Coast. Discover the magic with a West Coast cruise.
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Check out the island prison of Alcatraz in San Francisco. Eat a classic California burrito in San Diego, with French fries actually wrapped into the tortilla. Or try spam musubi — essentially spam sushi — in Hawaii.
A trip to the West Coast wouldn't be complete without a celeb spotting in Los Angeles. Take a tour of the Warner Brothers Studio, then head to Griffith Observatory for sprawling views of the city. End your day with a live performance at the Dolby Theater.
Cafe culture is huge on the west coast, so a visit wouldn't be complete without stopping by a local coffee shop and enjoying a warm cuparagraphCopy of joe. Get a scientifically precise pour over at Blue Bottle in San Francisco or a stoutly pulled espresso shot at Dubsea Coffee in Seattle.
From snorkeling in the Pacific to exploring the Canadian Rockies, you'll find endless adventures everywhere on a cruise to West Coast.
The rugged west coast is the perfect place to roll. Kauai, often called the Garden Island of Hawaii, is filled with lush forests, hiking trails and waterfalls. Perhaps the best way to see it all is on a 4x4 tour. Explore the unexplored parts of the island, and see why people from all over the world flock to its shores.
The national parks of the West Coast are full of natural wonders waiting to be discovered. Check out the exotic desert landscapes of Joshua Tree just outside Los Angeles. Hike through the rugged mountains of Olympic National Park near Seattle. Or go kayaking at Gulf Islands National Park Reserve near Victoria, British Columbia.
Depending on the time of year you visit the Pacific Northwest, rain is common here, so be sure to pack appropriate clothes. Compact umbrellas, light rain jackets and waterproof shoes are just a few of the items you should pack.
Whether you're ATVing or waterfall trekking, you're sure to find yourself outside no matter what you do in Hawaii. Always have your bathing suit, sunscreen and sunglasses in your day pack.
From artisanal baked goods to ultra-fresh seafood, the creators of West Coast cuisine are committed to excellence.
Being that this city is located on the Pacific coast, you can enjoy some of the freshest fish in the world. On top of that, organic vegetables and locally sourced meats are plentiful at restaurants across the city. Head to Bluewater Cafe for cold briny oysters on the half shell.
Beat the heat with the Hawaiian classic shaved ice. You'll find both locals and travelers enjoying this icy cool treat. What is shaved ice? It's a dessert made with ice finely shaved from a block, topped with fruit and fruit puree syrups. Head to Island Vintage Shaved Ice in Honolulu and order the lilikoi over soft serve ice cream.