Friday, February 28, 2014

Kayak Kauai and Take in Mother Nature

Amazing sights to be seen while kayaking in Kauai!!!

Because the very best parts of Kauai are accessible via flying, walking, or boating and because the eldest of the Hawaiian Islands is bordered by water, one of the best ways to discover the true beauty of nature is to kayak Kauai. Since Kauai kayaking involves noiseless paddling, you can slip up on wildlife. Thanks to a variety of kayak adventures available, you can choose the right version of kayak tours to suit your tastes and physical fortitude.

An incredibly nice kayak option includes a hike deep into Kauai's green jungle to waterfalls for a swim in untouched Hawaiian rain water. The Kayak & Hiking Tour to Hidden Valley Falls is a three-hour excursion. You venture two miles down the Hule'ai River in a tandem kayak. The Hule'ai National Wildlife Refuge was the shooting spot for "Jurassic Park," "Lost World" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark." You'll observe the Alekoko Menehune Fishpond that was constructed almost 1,000 years ago. The old wall dividing the fish pond from Huleia Stream is 900 feet long and created from lava rock. A mile and a half hike through the tropical woods takes you to Hidden Valley Falls, where snacks are experienced, together with a swim in the pool under the waterfalls. You then return to the kayaks for a trip back home. Tandem kayaks, lunch, snacks and refreshments are included on this kayak Kauai tour.

CLICK HERE for more info on kayaking tours in Kauai.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Try out Awesome Jackson Hole Snowmobile Tours for Amazing Wintertime Enjoyment!


By taking any of the Jackson Hole snowmobile tours, you've got the choice of seeing Yellowstone National Park, or the Teton National Park and National Forest, or both. You witness the stark attraction of winter in the Rocky Mountains, complete with geothermal sights and significant wildlife, including frost-covered bison, plus evergreen covered mountain peaks. It's a trip displaying awe-inspiring country that you'll always remember.

On the Snowmobile the Continental Divide Trail, you spend nine hours blasting your snowmobile over 60 miles on the mountain divide that separates waters streaming to the Pacific Ocean in the west and waters flowing east to the Atlantic. You can't beat the invigoration you get punching the throttle of the modern snow machine powered by a clean-burning four-stroke engine included on these Jackson Hole snowmobile tours. Also, steering a snow machine is uncomplicated and exciting. It has handle bars similar to a motorcycle, but instead of wheels, you have two skis that steer the front and a large stable track under most of your sled that propels you ahead. A professional guide shows the way over a groomed trail through the Bridger Teton National Forest in northwest Wyoming.

At 3.4 million acres, this is the second largest National Forest exclusive of Alaska. Bare layers of Rocky Mountains are covered with vibrant ice cream soft snow, sprinkled with bristling green/black evergreens for contrast ideal to give you outstanding photographic memoirs. You'll appreciate lunch at a rustic log lodge. This is one selection in Jackson Hole snowmobile tours that you won't want to miss out on.

CLICK HERE for more info on snowmobiling in Jackson Hole, WY!