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Neah Bay Birding Vacation Tour Package

Two Tufted Puffins swimming in the Pacific Ocean off the Cape Flattery viewing platform that overlooks Tatoosh Island where the puffins nest
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In addition to our private day tours, we also offer private overnight guided tour packages for four or five people. 

If you are a family or group of four or five friends or two couples traveling together, this might be a perfect vacation option for you.

April to October 2025 Neah Bay Guided Birding Tour

We will plan all the details, you just give us 3 consecutive days from April to October 2025. Email us today at and we will send you an expression of interest form.

Our overnight vacation tour package offers you two nights on the Olympic Peninsula to experience the best (highest number of species recorded) birding location in Washington State and doesn't require you to rent a car!

We will have a chance at hearing and ideally viewing upwards of 100 bird species. Northwest bird species that we will seek out include Tufted Puffin, Marbled Murrelet, Common Murre, Pigeon Guillemot, Heermann’s Gull, Short-billed Gull, Black Oystercatcher, Western Sandpiper, Sooty Grouse, Band-tailed Pigeon, Rufous Hummingbird, Black Swift, Violet-Green Swallow, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Pacific Wren, Black-throated Gray Warbler, and many more. We will learn about the Makah people and experience why their home in Neah Bay encompasses some of the best birding in the state of Washington. 

Day 1 – Arrival to Port Angeles (transportation from the Seattle or Victoria) meeting at 12:15 in downtown Port Angeles. Birding Lake Crescent and the Salish Sea en route to Neah Bay. Visit the Makah Museum. Spend the evening at Cape Flattery. Overnight Forks Motel or similar between Sekiu and Neah Bay

Day 2 – Cape Flattery again (if we need more time there), Hobuck Beach, Makah Passage Road, and Neah Bay town and bay. Overnight Forks Motel or similar between Sekiu and Neah Bay

Day 3 – Hurricane Ridge high elevation breeding birds (departure on Clallam Transit 123 12:30 PM or on the Coho Ferry departing at 12:45 PM)

Experience Olympic nature tour packages start and end in Port Angeles, Washington (accessible without needing to rent a car).
Cost is $791 per person, based on double occupancy ($935 single occupancy).
Cost includes accommodations, transportation, entrance & museum fees, and guide service.
Cost does not include food costs, trip insurance, and travel to and from Port Angeles on the day the tour starts and ends. We will help you organize your own private or public transportation to/from Seattle, Washington or Victoria, Canada.