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Trip Highlights Archive

Alaska Glacier

Wildlife Cruise through Kenai Fjords National Park

Our 7.5 hour Wildlife Cruise in Kenai Fjords National Park is an incredible day! Our ship is a large, comfortable catamaran with a great crew. The crew takes great care of us, serving a terrific lunch, and drinks and snacks all day long. An on board national park ranger narrates our entire journey around Resurrection… Read more →

Monhegan Island, Maine

Maine has more than 4,000 islands off it’s rugged coastline. Many are designated preserves, some are privately owned, but 15 of them are home to small communities and are unbridged from the main land and can only be reached by ferry. One of our favorite islands, is Monhegan Island. It is one of the destinations… Read more →

Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park

Ruby Beach is one of the many beautiful spots on our Washington Coast to Cascade tour. Part of the Olympic National Park, Ruby beach has sea stacks and is a great spot for tide pooling. We’ve also seen eagles and river otters along the shores. It’s a great spot to explore for a few hours!… Read more →

Multi-sport Maine!

Maine is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast. Whatever your outdoor passion is, you can find it in Maine, from hiking, climbing and mountain biking, to kayaking, rafting, canoeing and even surfing! We also have a rich history of hunting and fishing and of course winter sports too, like skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing. On… Read more →

Maine’s Coast and Lighthouses

  Did you know Maine has the longest coastline in the lower 48? Yup! At 3,478 miles, it even beats out California at 3,427 miles. Add in the 4000+ islands and you get over 5,000 miles of coastline! That’s a lot of beautiful beaches, cliffs and vistas! Sprinkled along the coastline are 65 historical lighthouses…. Read more →

Maine’s Woods, Mountains, and Lakes

Maine is 90% forest and home to approximately 6000 lakes! It is the northern end of the Appalachian Mountain Range with 14 mountains over 4,000ft and the highest mountain, Mt Katahdin rising  5,267 ft above sea level. Western Maine is considered the foothills of the White Mountains and is a great area to experience Maine’s… Read more →

Goldfield Arizona

Wild Wild West!

Step back in time at Goldfield Ghost Town  and Tombstone, AZ!             Established in 1892, Goldfield began when a substantial amount of gold was found in the Superstition Mountains. The legend of the “Lost Dutchman’s Gold” also brought folks to the town. At one point 1500 people lived in the… Read more →