Sure, you can drive to BC from Seattle in under three hours. You can even take a flight from SeaTac, making your way through a busy TSA check. But what if we were to tell you that there was a cooler way to get to Canada, with the most scenic views on a Seattle seaplane?
For $159 oneway, you can fly on Kenmore Air, a carbon-neutral seaplane from downtown to downtown in 55 minutes. The non-stop charter takes off from the waters of Seattle's Lake Union and makes a splash at Coal Harbour in Vancouver BC.
Usually $285 per person, these low fare seats are early bird prices and are limited, so whether you want to whisk your boo away for a surprise Valentine's dinner or checkoff traveling on a seaplane from your bucket list, this is probably a good time to snag those tickets.
A passport with a valid visa is required to hop on board from the docks.
The fare includes tickets, taxes, and baggage of up to 25 pounds per person too, so there's plenty of room for those OOTD changes too!
As you descend, you'll whoosh past the green towers of the Lion's Gate Bridge and the Brockton Peninsula of Stanley Park before landing in Coal Harbour, part of Burrard Inlet near Canada Place.
They have other winter deals between Seattle and Inner Harbour in Victoria to the San Juan Islands as well. You can read more about it here.
If you'd rather drive, taking in everything from an island of friendly wolves and oyster farms to volcanoes, secluded beaches and everything in between, we've got you covered.
Here's a map for an epic road trip from the Emerald City to BC. You're welcome.
Seaplane from Seattle to Vancouver
Original Price: $285
Sale Price: $159
Why You Need It: You can fly on a seaplane from Seattle to Vancouver BC in less than an hour!