If you have attempted to make reservations to stay within Glacier National Park this summer, you know that almost every lodge is sold out for the summer 2010. Glacier National Park is celebrating it’s 100th anniversary and with a limited number of hotel rooms located within the Park, availability is a scattered few dates here and there. It is still possible to enjoy a vacation to Glacier this summer and experience the history and ambiance of the great lodges of Glacier National Park with all inclusive, escorted tours operating throughout the summer 2010.
These 5 night/6 day tours include overnight stays at the Glacier Park Lodge, The Prince of Wales Hotel, the Many Glacier Hotel and Lake Mc Donald Lodge. This tour is fully escorted and all transportation within the park will be aboard the vintage Red Buses. Highlights include boat cruises of Two Medicine Lake & Swiftcurrent Lake, a Blackfeet Cultural History Tour, escorted sightseeing hikes, afternoon tea at the Prince of Wales Hotel, a musical evening with singer/songwriter David Walburn, an authentic western cowboy cookout and well as two other dinners and breakfast each morning.
Space is very limited for June, August and September departure dates. Call or email Linda Bruno or Rhonda Sand at TMI Tours for detailed itineraries and current availability. Bring your family and explore Glacier National Park during the 100th anniversary this summer, staying at the historic, beautiful lodges within the park. Contact TMI Tours of Coeur dAlene, Idaho at 1-800-975-7775 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are your Glacier National Park specialists.
Getting outdooors in North Idaho is what vacationing and living here are all about. Whether you are new to the area or enjoying a family vacation at one of our beautiful lakes, guided adventures let you enjoy the activity without any of the worry.
Imagine the exhilaration of hiking high in the mountains, cresting the ridgetop and looking down on a sparkling mountain lake nestled into a alpine meadow. The rugged Selkirk Mountains in the Idaho Panhandle offer a chance to hike in the native habitat of moose, elk, bear and eagles. Hiking trails wind through old growth forest, over cascading streams, through huckleberry patches and along mountain tops where the views go on forever. Local guides will enchant you with stories of early fur trappers and traders, mountain men and native americans that lived and walked these same trails.
Mountain biking in the Selkirks is easy with the help of the Great Escape Quad lift, whisking bicycles and their riders up the mountain with ease. For a great family outing join a 19 mile downhill bike run from the top of the mountain to a private 6-acre ranch located on pristine Priest River. Spend the day enjoying a leisurely ride through spectacular scenery complete with a support vechicle, lunch at the ranch, swimming and playing in the river and van transportation back to your point of departure.
Of course with all this tumbling water around us, guided kayak adventures can be taylored for almost any level of enthusiast. Specially designed trips for beginners and young teens are available on beautiful Priest River using stable, inflateable kayaks and include just the right amount of fast and slow water to keep it fun.
TMI Tours of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho has complete details on these and many other guided outdoor adventures available in North Idaho and the Pacific Northwest. Contact Linda Bruno or Rhonda Sand for airfare, lodging and activities for your perfect vacation in the great state of Idaho. 1-800-975-7775 or email@example.com
The Adriatic coast of Croatia, known as Dalmatia, is a colorful blend of old Europe, abruptly rising coastal mountains and golden strands of beach. With numerous islands and extensive coastline, exploration by yacht affords the most exotic and intimite method available. The warm Adriatic Sea sparkles with rare clarity, one of the bluest seas in the world, and is so inviting for sailing and swimming.
Join long-time Coeur d’Alene locals, Peter and Betsy Grubb, for their 15th season chartering yacht trips in Croatia. Sailing aboard a 105′ traditional Croatian-made motor/sail vessel, let them show you this coast as they have come to know and love it. Using local guides and crew, this trip will immerse you in the local culture and history as none other can. Focusing on the variety of food and wine in Croatia, the goal of this adventure is to mix walking, sailing, history and authentic Croatian food and wine in equal doses.
Accomodations onboard will be in comfortable double-bedded cabins, each with it’s own private bath. The atmosphere aboard will be casual and the yachts are spacious and elegant with large amounts of deck space and beautifully fitted. Delicious, traditional meals from the finest ingredients are served including an array of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and freshly caught seafood. Croatia has a long tradition of making quality wines and during the course of this trip, there will be plenty of opportunity to taste many of these as we visit several wineries and vineyards.
TMI Tours & Cruises of Coeur d’Alene would like to invite you to join Peter & Betsy Grubb, September 15-26, 2010 for a yachting, walking, historical and cultural cruise along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast . For full itinerary details including other sailing dates, please contact Linda Bruno or Rhonda Sand at TMI Tours & Cruises, 1-800-975-7775 or firstname.lastname@example.org