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Washington Travel Guide

Washington State is located in the Pacific Northwest United States and named after 1st President George Washington.

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  • The state is known for its National monuments, parks, the vibrant city of Seattle, innovative climate initiatives, temperate rainforests, breathtaking mountains and even active volcanoes.

    Olympia is the capital city of Washington, although Seattle is the state’s largest city with approximately 3 million people living in the general area. Washington is usually broken up into sections – the wet and the Dry. The Marine West Coast Climate covers Western Washington. The Olympia peninsula, Seattle and the majority of the national forests and parks are located here. A drier and cooler climate starts east of the Cascade mountain range. The Columbia River has become a major spot for hot eco-sports such a white water rafting and kite surfing.

    Washington is also home base to some of the World’s leading innovative companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon and even Boeing. For the naturalist however, Washington offers a tremendous amount in the way of eco-adventure.

    Imagine a state where history is alive and well in nature to Mount St. Helen’s, the North West’s only active volcano and the home to massive national parks such as Ebey’s Landing, Olympic National Park and Seattle Unit National Historical Park (the site of the Klondike Gold Rush). A Washington State vacation has something for everyone – a world class city filled with colourful culture, Seattle bars & nightlife, restaurants, live performances, historical parks & landmarks, charming coastal towns and much more.

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