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Contact & More Info

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau

Call us at 360-452-8552 or 800-942-4042

info@OlympicPeninsula.org

About this Project

The Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail is a joint project with Grays Harbor Tourism, North Mason County, Jefferson County Tourism Coordinating Council and Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau. Photographs are copyright Lani Doely Photography, except: Falls Creek Falls, Ross Hamilton; Madison Falls, Davey Schmidt; Perfection Falls, Roger Blain; and Spoon Creek Falls, Mary Brelsford. Text for long descriptions provided by Terry Trembly. Video credits are to Lani Doely Photography except: Perfection Falls, Spoon Creek Falls and Wynoochee Falls, courtesy of OPVB.

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Links to helpful sites in areas around the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail


Transportation

Kenmore Airlines. Alaska Airlines partner Kenmore Air Express offers daily service between Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) and the Port Angeles Airport (CLM).

Black Ball Ferry. Vehicle and passenger service between Port Angeles, WA and Victoria, BC, Canada.

Jefferson Transit. Port Townsend and surrounding areas, including Lake Quinault north to Forks.

Dungeness Line. Two trips daily from Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend, Discovery Bay and Kingston to Edmonds, Seattle Greyhound, Amtrak and Sea-Tac.

Rocket Transportation. Provides auto and van door-to-door service on the Olympic Peninsula; includes trips to/from Sea-Tac.

All Points Charters & Tours. Provides trailhead shuttle service for Olympic National Park and tours in all areas of the Olympic Peninsula.

Rite Brothers Aviation. Charter and scenic flights from Port Angeles.

Some local events and favorite links

Olympic Peninsula Winery Association

Lavender Weekend in Sequim

Makah Days

Shrimpfest

Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival

Annual Ocosta Oyster Feed

International Kite Challenge

Bear Festival

Area Web Cams

Leave a Comment

88 Responses to “Contact & More Info”

  1. Carol Winge says:

    Which, if any, of these falls are not inside Olympic National Park? I like to hike with my dog. I believe dogs are not allowed on national park trails. Thanks.

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Carol,
      The falls outside the National Park that would be good for hiking with your dog would be:
      Wynoochee Falls, Spoon Creek Falls, Murhut Falls, Striped Peak Falls.
      The falls in Quinault Rain Forest are in the National Forest. Although a permit is required, your dog is welcome. Gatton and Willaby Creek are walkable.

  2. Pamela Burck says:

    I really like the brochure, but it turns out to be utterly useless. To find the falls, I would need to use the website on my non-existent Iphone. Or print every waterfall page and take the book with me every time we went to the Olympic Peninsula, which we do 4 or 5 times a year. A printable directions page to all waterfalls would be very usable. Not everyone is high-tech!

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi! Sorry you were disappointed with the brochure. It is intended to be an overview of all the falls to help visitors decide what falls to see. The website does have the details. We will make a note about your comment and see if we can incorporate this information into the next printing. Thanks for your input. We appreciate hearing from you.

  3. Kay Flackman says:

    My hiking group would like to stay over night at Lake Quinault then hike the 13 mile one way to Enchanted Valley. We plan to do this over the 4th. of July weekend. Is there a limit of hikers, how much would the pass be and can we leave the cars at Lake Quinault? Thank You for any information you can give me. Kay

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Kay,
      Sounds like a great weekend! Give the Back Country Rangers at Olympic National Park a call for all your info. They’ll let you know about permits and regulations. Have a wonderful hike.
      360-565-3102 for ONP BCR
      The general information number for Olympic National Park is 360-565-3130.

  4. Katherine says:

    Hi I have a question. Will the trail charge for parking or admittance, or anything else? Also, I was wondering how long the trail is. Thank you (:

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Katherine,
      Some trailheads require a parking permit. Madison Falls and Sol Duc Falls are within Olympic National Park, so entrance fees into ONP are required. During the winter months, the entrance station to Madison Falls is not in operation, so you would be able to get to the Falls without the ONP entrance fee. Marymere Falls is also in the Park, but does not require a fee. If you have questions about other falls, please call the office and we will be able to help you determine if you need a permit for parking and where would be the nearest location to get one. 360-452-8552 or 800-942-4042.

  5. Sue M says:

    Is there a link or a publication containing details of camp sites near the waterfall trail? Thank you.

  6. Kathy Hockey says:

    Please send me a brochure and detailed map of the trails and waterfalls in the park? Thank you.

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Kathy,
      Would you please call 1-800-942-4042 to give your mailing address for the Waterfall Trail brochure, if you are still interested in having one sent. Sorry for the delay….Waterfall Wanderer has a broken leg. (Will be rehabbed by spring runoff time for ultimate waterfall viewing!)

  7. Jan Meier says:

    beautiful site. we hope to visit this July. thanks for the helpful go-to site.

    • waterfalls says:

      Hope you are able to make it in July. If you are intending to come around the third weekend in July, I will warn you to make your reservations early. It’s Lavender Weekend in Sequim and rooms book long in advance across the Peninsula. It’s such a great event with lots of wonderful food, celebrations on the farms and music, vendors, a quilt show. It’s one of the grand events on the Peninsula. Maybe it’s right up your vacation alley?

  8. Gale Muehlbauer says:

    I would love a brochure as I am planning a trip up to the peninsula and need info on places to stay, etc.
    thanks!

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Gale,
      We would be happy to send you our Travel Planner and any other information you might need. Please give the office a call. Anyone who answers will be able to help you. 360-452-8552 or 800-942-4042. Happy Travels!

  9. Claudette Nadra says:

    Thank you for that reminder!

    • waterfalls says:

      It will be on its way. A bit behind with my answers….broken leg. Please call the office if you have questions we can answer. 1-800-942-4042. Anyone will be happy to help if you are planning to visit the Olympic Peninsula.

  10. Jon Hornaday says:

    I would greatly appreciate your sending 1) Waterfall Trail brochure, and 2) Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner to: Jon Hornaday, 605 Brookhaven Trail, Austin, TX 79746.
    Thank you.

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Jon,
      It will be in the mail to you shortly. Sorry for slow response…..broken leg! If you have any further questions you can call the office and anyone there can help you. 360-452-8554 or 800-942-4042.

  11. waterfalls says:

    Hi Bill, Your requested information will be coming to you in the mail. Hope you have a wonderful trip.

  12. jason taylor says:

    Hi can you send me any information on your waterfalls and parks.

    • waterfalls says:

      We will get something in the mail to you, Jason!
      Thanks for asking and hope you will have a good trip visiting the waterfalls on the Olympic Peninsula.

  13. Hi can you tell me if the campground to wynooche falls is open? And the gate to the falls

    • waterfalls says:

      There are several campgrounds near Wynoochee Falls. The road to the river where the falls is located is blocked on purpose with a large earth mound. You just have to park near the road and walk to the falls.

  14. eddie says:

    Can you help me with some suggestions on a place to stay near this trail? There will be 5 in our party. I haven’t heard back from the number you left and we are doing this trail June 1st.
    Thanks!

  15. eddie says:

    There are some bed and breakfast mentioned with available trailhead drop off, can you give me some info on where to stay? Thanks!

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Eddie,
      On the Hood Canal side, Elk Meadows will do trailhead drop off outside Olympic National Park. 360-796-4886
      We have a charter company All Points Charters & Tours that can provide drop off service in the national park from B&Bs. 360-460-7131
      If you are looking for drop off service in the Forks area, there is always Forks Taxi.
      Most of the tralheads have plenty of parking!
      Hope you have a wonderful trip!

  16. Lynn Cole says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you could mail me some information on your area. My parents will be visiting in about a month or so and Iam trying to get brochures together for them on places to visit, such as museums. Thank you for your time. Columbia Falls, MT. 59912

  17. Sharon says:

    I know this is late since we are leaving in the morning but we are wondering if it’s possible to do a good portion of this trail in 2 days time? We’d like to see as many of the waterfalls as possible that are fairly easily accessible. No overnight hikes, boats, etc. Thanks!

    • waterfalls says:

      Don’t know where you are leaving? Some easy close hikes would be Madison, Falls View, Rocky Brook, Marymere, Beaver and Merriman and Bunch Creek in the Quinault. Longer hikes would be to Murhut and Sol Duc. Where are you staying? That might help me give you some orientation. Email me at communications@olympicpeninsula.org and I’ll help where I can. Have a great trip!

  18. joelle Richir says:

    Where to stay? Any experience to share? We’re going end of September.
    Thanks

  19. Bill Kinyon says:

    Is there a printed brochure available? I am taking a trip to the Peninsula in August and would like to have a brochure so that I can visit some of the falls.

    Thank you for your help.

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Bill,
      We do have an overview brochure of the Waterfall Trail. If you would call 800-942-4042, we would be happy to send it to you. We can also send an Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner, if you would like one!

  20. carly says:

    Will you guys have a photography contest?

  21. Penny says:

    what water filter do you recommend from REI? the minimal cost to do the job, so I don’t get sick?

    • waterfalls says:

      I would think that the REI folks would be able to answer your question more thoroughly than we can. They are the gear experts! I’d have full confidence with their recommendations

  22. Michelle Plasse says:

    You should add Murhut and Rocky Brook falls to your map. They’re not far from Falls view and well worth the short hike.

    • waterfalls says:

      You’ve read our minds! They are included in the new Waterfall Trail brochure and soon to be up on this website! We’ve been enjoying them, so thought others might, too!

  23. kim mundell says:

    Hello, I would like to know which trails are wheelchair accessible and which picture belongs to which trail. Thanks!

    • waterfalls says:

      The trail to Madison Falls is wheelchair accessible. I’m not sure I can answer the question about the which picture belongs to which trail….the photos posted under each waterfall should be of that falls.

  24. John says:

    Thanks for the terrific info. Used it quite a bit during my trip to Olympic NP this week. Noted a couple of missing items in the Quinault region that are marked on the trail maps there: Falls Creek Falls at the base of Falls Creek and the main road, and Cascade Falls which is only another easy 1.5 miles from Gatton Creek Falls. In addition, you may want to mention that walking the Quinault Rain Forest Trail to the Willaby Creek waterfall goes through the National Forest, so technically it’s another fee (the board said $5) on top of the National Park entrance fee. All in all, a wonderful resource.

  25. Nancy says:

    Is it possible to request to have a trail map mailed to me? We would love to hike the rain forest on our upcoming trip. Thanks!

    • waterfalls says:

      We are reprinting our brochure that has the map in it. This brochure does not have the information about hiking trails, only the overall Waterfall Trail, which is the map on the website. We could send you an old brochure, or you could simply print the map from the website. I’ll email you privately for your address if you are interested in having the old brochure sent. Hope you have a good time on the peninsula.

  26. mahjong says:

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  27. Christina says:

    I will be making a trip up to Washington State and am planning on going to the Olympic Peninsula. I am alos a volunteer puppy raiser for Guide Dogs of America. I am planning on bringing my puppy with me on my trip (he will be 1 year old at the time of the trip). Are these trails somplace that I can take my puppy with me, or are animals not allowed?

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi Christina!Great question. Dogs are allowed anywhere in the National Forest. Here is a link to the rules and regs for pets in Olympic National Park, which will be different than the National Forest: http://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/pets.htm. You might want to call ONP at 360-565-3130 to get specific information about guide dogs. What a generous project you are doing. I hope you and Puppy have a wonderful visit.

  28. Charlie Stephens says:

    I was unable to find Wolf Creek falls from your published brochure (which was in general very good). When I returned home and looked at your web site (I didn’t know it existed until I saw your brochure)it became clear where I should have gone. You should consider updating your brochure to say “park along road and follow trail to end of “Lake Mills” or add reference to the falls to the sign.

    Charlie Stephens

    • waterfalls says:

      Thanks for your suggestions. The website was designed to have details for the waterfalls and the brochure is simply an overview. On the next printing, perhaps we should make that clear to folks. We want everyone to find the falls they are looking for on their adventure. We appreciate your interest in our falls and your help to make the experience better for others. Hope you’ll come back for a visit to Wolf Creek Falls!

  29. Tiffany says:

    Hi! We wll have a short time visiting the Olympic Peninsula Mon June 28 & Tues June 29 this year.We plan to hit the highlights driving around. I noticed you named some of the more accessible Falls in a previous comment post. Do you have sny literature/maps you can mail me so I dont have to print all of the abundent info? My address is 2307 Sarasota, Friendswood Tx 77546. Any recommendations will be greatly appreciated-we are staying in Forks Mon night & Sequim Tues before we head back Wed am. Thank You!!

    • waterfalls says:

      Hi trsparks2!

      The only brochure we have is an overview of the Waterfall Trail. We specifically put all the information about how to find individual falls and maps to them on the website, so you can print out only the ones you are visiting. Since you are staying in Forks, I’d definitely stop at Beaver Falls and Marymere Falls on your way east. Stop by Lake Crescent Lodge for lunch or a beverage to soak up the ambiance of old park lodge and the beauty of the lake. Marymere trail is very near the lodge. If you have a good part of the day to drive to Sol Duc area to see Sol Duc Falls and maybe take a soak in the mineral pools. Sol Duc Falls is one of the iconic images of Olympic National Park. A drive from Port Angeles up to Hurricane Ridge and back is about 30-45 minutes one way, but the views are spectacular of the mountains and glaciers, as well as the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Vancouver Island Canada and the San Juan Islands. There are several good restaurants in Port Angeles. Wildfire Grill, Michael’s and Bella Italia are three of our favorites. When in Sequim stop by one of the lavender farms. Sequim is self-named the Lavender Capital of North America, with about 20 lavender farms in the area. Keep your eyes open for the local herd of Roosevelt Elk. A trip to Dungeness Spit also makes a special stop. Please call us if you have other questions or we can help in any way. 800-942-4042

  30. Cathy Howe says:

    Great website. We will be visiting in May 2010. Is it possible to get a printed map sent to me?

    • waterfalls says:

      Yes. We would be very happy to send you the brochure. Please call 360-452-8552 to request it. If no one is in the office, leave your name and address! Have a great trip. Please let us know if there is any other way we can help make your visit memorable. If you would like an Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner, we can send that to you as well. Maybe even a map of Olympic National Park if you are interested.
      PS. You know you can print detailed driving and hiking directions and a map from the website for each of the waterfalls, but we are glad to send you an overview.

  31. Jen says:

    My family and I are staying in your area…Forks, WA March 28-April 3. How can we get clam digging permits and what suggestions (hikes) do you have for beggining/intermediate hikers with a 10 year old?

  32. J. Carpenter says:

    Nice website describing many of the wonderful waterfalls in the olympics. However You seem to have forgotten one of my favorites. Murhut Falls Located in the Duckabush region. The mile long hike is well worth it.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Yes, we know there are many falls that are not detailed on the Trail yet. As our community of falls seekers grows, we expect to expand the trail. Do you have photos and comments of other falls that you can add to our site? What time of year is best to visit Murhut Falls? The Waterfall Wanderer

      • Jonathan says:

        I have visited Murhut falls at least 6 times at from early spring to fall and have enjoyed each visit. After steady rain it is at its greatest force (loud and wet! – lots of spray). But it flows year round. Snow remains on the trail usually until May. I prefer to visit during the drier months (July-September). The rocks at the base of the falls are dry and make it possible to cross the water and climb up behind the falls.

  33. Kelly says:

    Hi! My friends and I are planning a trip in May from the 23-27th 2010 and want to see the Enchanted Valley. How do we get the pass and permit that are required and how far in advance do we need to get them. And is car vandilism that common as we will have a rental car, we are from NJ. Thanks Kelly

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hi Kelly,
      Hope you and your friends have a great time. Here’s a link to Olympic National Park about reservations and park passes, etc. http://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/wilderness-reservations.htm
      I’ve don’t Enchanted Valley when you actually drive to the trailhead. As it is now, there is an additional five miles to get there. We did it in three days, but would have liked to have at least one more day in the valley. It is beautiful beyond belief and definitely worth the hike! If May 23-27 is full moon, even better! Take lots of photographs. We will be having a spring photo contest. Keep in touch with us to find out more!

      The Waterfall Wanderer

  34. So IL Bruno says:

    I will be in Seattle for the SEA-CHI football game the weekend of the 27th. Anyways, Friday the 25th, I was thinking of driving the Hwy. 101 loop….can’t really find a road map on here of that. Can you help with that? I’m guessing the whole loop is around 125 miles. Is that about right?

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Welcome Visitor!
      The Hwy 101 loop is about 308 miles around and takes about seven hours to drive without much stopping. We estimate a 15 hour drive to make some important stops at Ruby Beach, Hoh Rain Forest, Lake Crescent and Hurricane Ridge. If you are going to try to see some waterfalls up close, the ones closest to Hwy 101 are Beaver Falls, Willaby Creek, Merriman, Gatton Creek, Marymere, Madison and Ludlow Falls. You will find them on the map for the Waterfall Trail. Print out details for each one to see what might fit into your schedule.

      You should have a wonderful drive at this time of year. The leaves have started to turn color and we have had recent rain. Have a wonderful, safe trip. Take lots of photographs of waterfalls. We will be announcing our photo contest soon!
      The Waterfall Wanderer

  35. pam Zaugg says:

    Is road biking appropriate at the park or is it mostly hiking? What weather should we expect Oct 5-16?

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hi Pam,
      Most of the park is hiking oriented, but there are some roads that spoke into the park. Hurricane Ridge Road originating in Port Angeles was recently repaved and has beautiful views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the San Juan Islands. There are other roads also into the Hoh Rain Forest and around Lake Quinault. Check out the website http://www.OlympicPeninsula.org for other details about biking on the Peninsula. There is a wonderful Discovery Trail that is perfect for bikes!
      The Waterfall Wanderer

  36. David Larrabee says:

    Are you going to have the photo contest soon?
    Thank-you, David

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Yes. Thank you for asking! We are putting the final touches to it and arranging the prizes, which will be incentive for everyone to want to enter! We hope you have lots of wonderful photographs to share with us.
      The Waterfall Wanderer

  37. Lindsey says:

    I am planning a trip to the falls August 21st and am curious if I can have some information mailed to me. Brochures, maps etc…. Thank you for your help

  38. Keitha says:

    Could you send copies of the map for distribution to the public at our 4 libraries?
    Thanks.

  39. Bruce says:

    Thank for the site. I will be spending many happy hour chasing waterfalls. Much apprecated.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Bruce,
      We hope you will have great adventures finding waterfalls. Be sure to post your photos and let us know what you are finding!
      The Waterfall Wanderer

  40. John S says:

    It would be great in your directions to the various falls if GPS coordinates could be included.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hey John,
      GPS coordinates are included on individual falls pages. Check in the parchment box on the upper right corner of each waterfall page. Have a good time finding falls!
      The Waterfall Wanderer

  41. Random Guy says:

    A good update for your site-

    Today I visited Hamma Hamma Falls
    Let me tell you, washouts have raised some hell. It’s NOT easy to get there with a regular compact vehicle. However it can be done if maneuvered correctly. I’m not suggesting anything, just saying I accomplished the feat today.
    There are two rough spots, the first is where the “Road Closed” sign is. We ignored the warning. The second (and worse one) is about a mile before the falls.
    A jeep, any outdoorsy vehicle, or any vehicle sitting more than 2 feet off the ground should be able to handle it fine, but i’m not suggesting anyone pass by the Road Closed Signs. One could enjoy the 4 mile walk just fine.

    I’ve heard that the park service has no plans of repairing the roadway anytime soon, so this difficult access will have to make due.

    Just use your common sense, if you’re reluctant, turn back. There’s no cell service here, and visitors are rare. If you’re stuck, you’re really stuck.

    Have fun caching and enjoy the view!
    The falls and surrounding areas are beautiful!

  42. Patricia Sperline says:

    Can you please tell me which trails, if any, allow dogs? I will be in the area and would LOVE to hike some of these trails, but I can’t leave my pup behind. Thanks!

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hi Doggie Owner!
      None of the trails in Olympic National Park allow pets, even if they are on a leash. Most of the waterfalls are in the Park. Hoko (#2) and Beaver (#3) Falls aren’t in the Park, but the trails aren’t suitable for dogs. Hoko doesn’t have a very good people trail and Beaver Falls is almost a root ladder to get down to the stream. Perfection Falls (#14) is a short bushwhack to stream level. Wynochee Falls (#15) could be good dog companion walk, as could Spoon Creek (#16) depending on the water level. We were there in early fall. The trail down to the stream was good and then we had to walk up the stream bed to Spoon Creek Falls, scrambling over downed trees and around bolders. I hope this helps. And, I hope you and your hiking pal can figure out an adventure!

      Waterfall Wanderer

  43. Dolly Brock says:

    I’m planning a trip to OP in late September. Your website is spectacular! I love being able to roll over the falls (no pun intended) on the map and see a photo and description. I got your web address from the ’09/’10 Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner. Is your brochure is finished? I’d love to have a hard copy.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Welcome September Traveler,
      The waterfall brochure is expected this week. Please call 800-942-4042 and we will send one to you when the boxes arrive. Thanks for asking!

      Waterfall Wanderer

  44. Random Guy says:

    just wanted to let you know, possibly the most magnificent of all Olympic Waterfalls is not listed on your site. Rocky Brook Falls in Brinnon.
    Also, to my knowledge Hamma Hamma Falls is no longer accessable by car. A winter road washout, and they dont have the money for repairs. Seems that one may need to be written off the books, beautiful as it may be.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hi Random Guy!
      Thanks so much for your post! Yes, we love Rocky Brook Falls, too. It is on private property, so that is why we didn’t include it on the initial Trail. Very soon there will be a place on the website to upload photos and comments about other falls. Hope you can post some Rocky Brook photos and directions at that time. We know there are lots of falls out there and hope to inspire contributions to the website.

      As far as Hamma Hamma Falls goes, if you could comment further on accessibility. we can post new information about it. That’s exactly how we hoped this site would work! Comments and content from people using the site!

      from, the Waterfall Wanderer

  45. Is the Vincent Creek Falls better for photography in the morning or afternoon? Your website is great, but adding this info to each falls would be helpful.
    PS. I couldn’t leave a comment on the Vincent Falls page because I can’t move the “Submit Comment” button before “The Trail” info covers it.
    PPS. I plan to start visiting these falls soon and build a virtual tour of them. I’ll then put your logo on my website.
    PPPS. I recently did a virtual tour of the Meeker Mansion in Puyallup. See it at: http://www.MeekerMansion.org. See more about me at my website.

    • Waterfall Wanderer says:

      Hi Michael,
      Thanks for your comments and “heads-up” about the the Submit Comment button/The Trail tab issue. We are still working on the site, so we appreciate your debugging for us. I have been assured that the issue has been fixed. As for time of day to photograph? Let’s see what other falls photographers have to say. Our intent is to get waterfall seekers to share their information and experiences with each other via the website. A whole community of waterfall lovers! I’ll make a note on Vincent Creek Falls page to ask for comments. Check back there to see when someone responds. Be sure to post your photos and let us know about the virtual tour. Meeker Mansion is lovely.

  46. Annette Wilkie says:

    I found your website in the Journey magazine (AAA). Your website is perfect–pictures and good hiking directions. I can’t wait to explore!

  47. Norman Robinson says:

    I was unable to print the waterfall trail, with corresponding numbers and footnote references. Would it be possible to send me a copy? We’re planning a 6 week trip to Washington/Oregon beginning in mid-July2009. Thank you,

    • hurricane says:

      Hi Norman,
      Thanks for checking out our new website! It’s only been up for a couple days and as you can tell, we are still working out the details. Our “official” brochure is still in process, too. In the meantime, we will send you a draft brochure. Keep checking back with the website for future updates. We will send you our Travel Planner, too, to help with your trip. Have a safe journey!