Fly To Spokane, Washington
Spokane is the second most populated area in Washington State, and it offers a scenic and welcome break to visitors. It’s an understated city and host to the world’s largest running event, a gilded age hotel and an incredible waterfall in the middle of the downtown area.
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Visa Requirements & SA Embassy Details
- South African passport holders travelling to Spokane do need a Visa to enter the United States. Be sure to leave ample time for Visa applications and ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months after your return date. Also make sure that you have 2 blank pages available for entry stamps.
- The South African Embassy is in Washington DC at 3400 International Drive, NW, 20008, Washington DC. Phone: +1-202-232-4400.
See and do
The focus of the region is definitely downtown Spokane where you can indulge in shopping as well as exploring the main attractions. The Riverfront Park is beautiful for a stroll and Manito Park is a popular spot in the winter for sledding. There is also a zoo there and a fantastic rose garden.
Monroe Street Bridge was built in 1911. It’s the largest arch bridge in America and makes for an inspiring walk to admire buffalo head sculptures along the observation decks. Riverside State Park consists of stunning basalt rock formations in the middle of the Spokane River and is a great way to get close to nature.
For something completely different, visit the Knitting Factory – it’s actually a concert house and there are usually top international acts performing. There are also weekly dance club nights. If you fancy a round of golf, you can have your pick of 33 courses all within short driving distance of Spokane’s city centre.
Other attractions in Spokane include the County Courthouse; Cat Tales Zoological Park, Finch Arboretum; Broadview Dairy Museum; Mobius Children’s Museum; Davenport Arts District; Ft. George Wright National Historical District and Spokane Falls.
There are a number of big events throughout the year in Spokane. Bloomsday is a 12km run/walk for all ages that usually takes place on the first Sunday in May and sees more than 50 000 participants. The Lila Festival is the largest Armed Forces Day celebration in the country, held on the third Saturday in May and OutSpoken Pride Parade & Rainbow Festival is held in June every year. Other festivals include Get Lit!; Programs Festival (outreach programs take place throughout the year); Spokane Gay/Lesbian Film Festival (first weekend in November); and Bare Buns Fun Run (last Sunday in July).
Spokane International Airport – GEG
Food and beverage: Airside there is Quiznos, Chillis Too, Starbucks and numerous fast food outlets.
Currency Exchange: ATMS and currency exchange services are available at Spokane Airport.
Lost Luggage: Lost hold luggage should be handled by your individual airline’s help desk. Items lost within the airport can be reported to security. Contact: +1 (509) 455-6429.
Airport Hotels: Airport Ramada.
Car Hire: Located just past the baggage claim area on the ground floor at Spokane Airport. Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty.
Airport Hub: Spokane International Airport (code GEG) is a hub for Delta Air Lines.