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Wine Tasting Tours By Carriage in California Wine Country

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

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California wine country: three beautiful words that roll off the tip of your tongue. Fittingly, this region of the country also provides beauty for all your other senses. The sights are stunning, the air smells and feels fresh and crisp, the atmosphere is breezy and calm and the wines are deliciously alluring.

Are you planning a visit anytime soon?

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Skyward Tours Around The World

Friday, August 10th, 2012

“When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” — Leonardo da Vinci

Just as Leonardo so wisely wrote over 500 years ago, so is true today of the inspiration of soaring through the vast skies. Don’t limit your ventures to land-locked excursions, travel friends. Airplane Tours and Helicopter Tours really are worth every penny (and more) for the unbeatable thrills and the amazing memories you’ll treasure for a lifetime. We hand select the very best airplane tour operators around the world, with a focus on safety. We are sure you will find our airplane tours are the very best available. Climb aboard and let your dreams take flight!

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Seaplane Flight over San Francisco

On our Champagne Seaplane Flight over San Francisco, you will board the seaplane and head out to the coast. As you sip your champagne and watch the sun head toward the horizon, this romantic flight cruises down the coast and over the Golden Gate Bridge and over San Francisco. Sights (weather permitting) include: Mill Valley, Mount Tamalpais, Pacific Coast, Golden Gate Bridge, Downtown San Francisco, Bay Bridge, Pier 39, Alcatraz Island, Angel Island, Tiburon, Belvedere, and Sausalito.

Scenic Airplane Flight from La Spezia Italy

We would also recommend our Cinque Terre Scenic Airplane Flight with Lunch from La Spezia Italy. Enjoy a flight which takes you first over the beautiful Gulf of Poets with stunning views of the villages of Tellaro, Lerici and Portovenere and their impressive churches and fortresses. You will also see the islands of Palmaria and Tino with its beautiful lighthouse, which is closed to the public and spectacularly visible only during this flight. And then you will reach the area of the Cinque Terre! This stunning experience offers strong impressions that will become the highlight of your trip! After the flight, a delicious light lunch with an assortment of local specialities in the cozy Osteria awaits.

Seaplane Sightseeing Tour in Dubai

Our Seaplane Sightseeing Tour in Dubai provides incredible views of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks including The Palm Jumeirah, The Burj Khalifa, The World Islands, Burj Al Arab, Historic Dubai Creek, Port Rashid and much more. The tour ascends to 1,500 feet to give you an aerial view of the world-famous hotels, The Palms Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Burj Al Arab Hotel.

Come fly with us in one of the many cities that we serve. Book tickets online and save or call us toll free at 800-409-3192 for assistance with reservations, group bookings, and private airplane charter services. We look forward to providing you with excellent customer service.

We’ll close with this jazzy evening helicopter ride in New York City. Cheers! ;)

Grand Canyon Tours from Sedona

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

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If you are interested in seeing the Grand Canyon and are staying in the Sedona area, there are many options to suit your needs.I would recommend the Colorado River Whitewater Tour from Sedona for a wild water adventure led by an experienced Hualapai Indian Guide.You will spend 5 hours on the water with Class II-IV white water rapids, navigating through the largest and most impressive canyon in the world.You will stop to have a light lunch on the banks of the Colorado River and hike through a secret side canyon to the Travertine Falls.At the end of the 14 hour trip, you will rise up 14,000 feet from floor to rim in a helicopter to view the canyon from a different vantage point and take the drive back to your hotel on the river van while viewing a specially prepared video.

Grand Canyon Below the Rim Tour from Sedona

Grand Canyon Below the Rim Tour from Sedona

The Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Sedona is another fabulous option, and it gives you a choice between a 30 or 45 minute helicopter flight along with a full-day luxury coach tour from Sedona to the Grand Canyon.The tour begins with a scenic ride from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon, the Ponderosa Pines of Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks and the gorgeous Aspen Groves before stopping at Tusayan to watch an IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon.Entrance fees to Grand Canyon National Park are included in the price of tickets and you will also get a gourmet lunch at the historic El Tovar Lodge on the South Rim (Yavapai or Maswik Lodge for the regular lunch option)followed by a walk along the South Rim for a spectacular view and a visit to the historic Watchtower Observatory.The scenes you will see are indescribable, as if an artist hand painted them.You will not want to forget your camera to take still pictures or video, as you will likely not have a similar experience again.

Other tours to consider are the Grand Canyon Experience Tour with El Tovar Lodge Lunch from Sedona – which is a real treat with over 7 stops, lunch, and an IMAX movie – and the Grand Canyon Freedom Tour from Sedona.This tour provides a great deal of free time for those who are looking to set out and explore on their own for a while at the Grand Canyon.Along the way you will see Oak Creek Canyon, the Painted Desert, the Little Colorado River Gorge, and more. At the Grand Canyon National Park, you will have time to visit the gift shop, look around the historic buildings, or take a walk down part of the South Rim trail.

No matter which tour you choose, you can be sure that you will have a fun and educational time and will have lots of pictures to share with family and friends.Book online for a $5 discount per adult ticket at www.SedonaTours.us!

Helicopter Tours of Sedona

Monday, September 21st, 2009

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The most popular way to see Sedona by helicopter is through the Sedona Ancient Ruins Helicopter Tour which takes you through Secret Canyon’s enormous 2,000 foot walls and to Mogollon Rim and Secret Mountain before heading to Boynton Canyon to check out the ancient Sinagua Indian ruins.The trip will take place in a Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter and includes in-flight narrative by a knowledgeable pilot who is ready and willing to answer any questions you may have.

Another option is the Sedona Deluxe Helicopter Tour.This tour takes you through the most famous red rock formations in Sedona, the Bell and Cathedral Rocks.You will then descend into Secret and Boynton Canyons where you will see the ancient Sinagua Indian cliff dwellings.Along the way you will also see Courthouse Butte, The Chapel of the Holy Cross, Snoopy Rock, Submarine Rock, and finally the magnificent Bear Wallow Canyon.This is a photographer’s dream, as there are endless amounts of photo opportunities sprinkled throughout the 30 minute trip.

You can also take the Grand Helicopter Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Sedona and can choose between a 30 or 45 minute flight along with a full-day luxury coach tour from Sedona to the Grand Canyon.The tour begins with a scenic ride from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon, the Ponderosa Pines of Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks and the gorgeous Aspen Groves before stopping at Tusayan to watch an IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon.Entrance fees to Grand Canyon National Park are included in the price of tickets and you will also get a gourmet lunch at the historic El Tovar Lodge on the South Rim (Yavapai or Maswik Lodge for the regular lunch option)followed by a walk along the South Rim for a spectacular view and a visit to the historic Watchtower Observatory.The scenes you will see are indescribable, as if an artist hand painted them.You will not want to forget your camera to take still pictures or video, as you will likely not have a similar experience again. 

All of the above tours are accessible at www.SedonaTours.us.

Trips Around Sonoma Wine Country By Van

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Wine Tasting Program

To get a taste for some of the boutique wineries in California Wine Country, take a private 6-hour Winery Tour of Sonoma County by Van.  This tour takes you inside 6 local wineries and allows you to sample fine wines and enjoy the views of the Russian River and the Dry Creek Appellations.  The wineries that are typically visited are: Kendall-Jackson, Armida, Trentadue, Hop Kiln, Roshambo, and Korbel.  Each has its own unique ambiance and Korbel and Kendall-Jackson also have an extensive collection of wine-related gifts and gorgeous, award-winning gardens.

Tours depart daily at 11:00 am and run for about 6 hours.  This is a great way to relax and see the sights without worrying about coordinating your own transportation, which allows you to maximize your time and see a lot more in the time allotted.  Also, tours are flexible and can be adapted to meet your needs if you wish to alter the time and selection of wineries. The guides are friendly and knowledgeable and the wine and picnic lunch are delicious. 

To book this tour, make sure to plan early as you do not want to miss out on this opportunity because it is sold out.  Reserve your space online at www.SonomaWineTours.net for a $5 discount per adult ticket and convenient e-ticketing. 

Seattle Harbor Cruises

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

Cruise along Seattle’s historic waterfront and learn about the history of this gorgeous area.  The Seattle Harbor Cruise of Elliott Bay and the Seattle Harbor gives you a spectacular view of the city skyline and the magnificent Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.   Of course the cruise would not be complete without live commentary from experienced and knowledgeable tour guides ready to give you the history and fun facts that you thirst for. 

For a complete listing of all of the fantastic Seattle tours that are available for booking, visit www.seattletours.us.  The site offers convenient e-ticketing and additional information on area activities and attractions.

Explore the Untouched Wilderness of Ketchikan

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Ketchikan, Alaska – often referred to as the “Salmon Capital of the World” – is a great place to take the family if you are traveling in late spring or during the summer.  The city’s economy is largely dependent on tourism and fishing, and judging on all the activities on offer there, this is definitely a good thing.

While Alaska may be known to some as an area where there isn’t much to do, Ketchikan Tours provides more than a few fun activities that will prove to you otherwise.  While you are in Ketchikan, you can see Orca’s Cove, Pennock Island, and Misty Fjords National Monument, which happens to be the area’s most popular attraction.  For the active bunch, there are opportunities to go kayaking, boating, take a ride in a seaplane, or take a glacier tour.  If your plans take you out of Ketchikan, you can also use Ketchikan Tours to plan activities in Anchorage, Seward, Denali, and Talkeetna.

When you are looking to visit Misty Fjords National Monument – and you should – there are several tours that you can choose from, each offering a unique perspective on your surroundings.  The Misty Fjords Flight-Seeing Tour takes you high above the waterfalls, fjords, and sparkling lakes for a spectacular aerial view.  In addition to the impressive granite walls, which rise over 3,000 feet in the air, you will also be exposed to many species of wildlife including bears, deer, wolves, whales, bald eagles, and mountain goats.  Stay alert and there is no telling what you will find!

Another option, if you are more interested in being out on the water, is the Misty Fjords Full Day Kayak Adventure.  You don’t have to be a kayaking expert to come on this exciting excursion, which takes you right into the heart of the Fjords.   First, you will board a fast boat and cruise out to the Misty Fjords, all while enjoying an amazing panoramic view of the area.  You will travel up the Behm Canal and then stop at New Eddystone Rock, which is a volcanic plug that rises above the ocean at an altitude of 237 feet.  Once you reach Rudyerd Fjord, you will embark on your kayaking trip and start exploring the Misty Fjords National Monument.

Your guide will walk you through the paddling basics as you climb into one of the stable fiberglass boats.  You will find that your ride is exceptionally smooth, since the Fjords are well-protected from strong winds.  If you visit anytime from July on, you can even watch the salmon fighting their way up stream as they return from the open ocean.  This is only one of many wildlife encounters you will enjoy as you observe animals and their young feeding from the streams nearby.  You will enjoy a picnic lunch and a walk through some of the rainforests and you can take some time to hike if you so desire.  If you are interested in taking some incredible pictures, this is the trip for you.

From start to finish, you will thoroughly enjoy your trip to Ketchikan, whether you opt for one of the tours above or for one of the many other activities currently available.  Visit www.ketchikantours.net for more on how you can make your Alaska trip truly unforgettable.

Saddle Up for the Dude Ranch

Monday, January 26th, 2009

For the ultimate Western experience while you are in Texas, book the Ranch Stay Western Package in Grandview Texas.  This package includes an overnight stay at the ranch and a full country breakfast.  Lunch is included as well.  Other activities around the ranch include playing horseshoes, paintball laser tag, and stocked pond fishing.  The ranch is situated in an 1880s Western town where you can still see real cowboys herding cattle while on horseback.

After breakfast, you will go on a beautiful trail ride and have a roping lesson or go skeet shooting.  If you have never gone skeet shooting it is worth it to try at least once.  You may be even better at it than you think! Later on you can take a trip over to the adult only lounge to take a break and mingle.

The ranch is only 35 minutes from downtown Fort Worth and Dallas, so it is very convenient but far enough away from the city to give you a real look into cowboy life.  You can stay for more than one night, but ticket prices are per overnight stay.  The kids will love this look into the past and they will get to feel like cowboys for a day.  So, the next time they decide to play Cowboys & Indians they will have more insight into their characters.

Be prepared to have the time of your life on this trip.  There will be dancing, hayrides, cookouts, andhorseback riding which are all fun activities for the whole family.  For those bold enough to give it a shot, there is also a mechanical bull to ride.      To book your stay on the ranch, visit www.bigdtours.com and check out all the other fun things to do while you are in the area.

Choose Your Cruise

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

No matter where you are vacationing, there is bound to be a night where all you want to do is sit back and relax, and what better way to do so than on a dinner cruise? If you are anywhere in the US or Canada, Dinner Cruises can help you identify the best options for you and your traveling partners to make your trip truly special.

Not only do you get to enjoy a relaxing evening on the water, but you are also treated to a top-notch meal and quality entertainment throughout the night.  Your luxury cruise liner is fitted with the best equipment to optimize your comfort during your stay.  So whether you are visiting Nashville, spending time in Montreal, or taking a break in Hawaii, you are completely covered.

For those who are more interested in kicking back during the day, there are a number of more casual lunch cruises available.  This is a perfect opportunity to catch some rays while being guided around to see the fantastic scenery in your location of choice.  Sightseeing can get tiring, so this is your chance to let someone else do all the heavy lifting.

Take a look at www.dinnercruises.us today and let Dinner Cruises help you to find the best water activities and cruises to meet your needs.

Biking Tours in Sonoma

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Sonoma‘s wine country is a can’t miss for both serious wine connoisseurs and the everyday sightseer because of the gorgeous scenery and sprawling winegrowing estates. For avid bicyclists and enthusiasts, travel along some of Sonoma County’s most beautiful roads.You will spend the day in Dry Creek Valley, riding through the area known for its spicy reds and great white wines.You will visit some of the best wineries in the area and sample some of the wines that are created locally from some of the vines you will have cycled past.

The trip covers about 18 miles and the roads are pretty flat.It is suitable for all experience levels so you do not need to be a pro bike rider to enjoy the trip.The area is rural and quiet, in stark contrast to the noise and congestion of a city.You will have a gourmet picnic lunch during one of the winery stops and will have time to take a quick nap or play some bocce ball before hitting the road to continue on with the ride.This is a fantastic way to sightsee while staying active and seeing some scenery that is off the beaten path.

Tour groups for the Sonoma Valley Winery Bike Tour will meet at Healdsburg at 9:30 am and you will be fitted to a Specialized Hybrid bike before heading off on the road at about 10.In about 6 hours the trip will be completed and you will have time to recharge before going to dinner or proceeding to whatever you have planned for the evening!

Take a look at www.sonomawinetours.net and discover all the possibilities as you plan your fantastic Sonoma getaway. Book online for an incredible savings of $5 per adult ticket!


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