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Enter the blue in Maui

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Maui Eco ToursKnown for its clear blue waters, its exotic marine life and beautiful weather Maui is the ideal place to sit back on the beach, take a dip and leave behind the stresses of home. It’s also the perfect place to kayak and snorkel. You can do both with Maui Eco Tours Seacliffs excursion. Take a kayak into a private world of marine life as you hug the dramatic sea cliffs towering above.

If you take the excursion in the winter you may get the chance to see humpback whales with their calves. They travel to Maui to give birth and getting up close to these mamas and babies is a special experience. Visit the coral gardens and come face to face with gorgeous green turtles. Relax and see eels and colorful fish swim by, or maybe even a reef shark or two!

This tour isn’t for the youngins, though. Paddling distance can be over 2.5 miles so it takes a bit of work but the varied tropical marine life is worth it. The adults-only tour also means that you can relax in a mature setting and keep a fun pace. The four-hour tour will provide you the opportunity to snorkel two different times, in a private setting that few tour operators can offer.

Talented guides will snorkel right along with you in order to point out marine life and delight you with tales of Hawaiian legend.

After you’ve worked up an appetite, feast on an island style lunch of grilled chicken, or vegetarian selections, fresh fruit and juices right on the beach.

Maui Eco Tours will take you on a tour of the underwater highlights and above water scenery while still being kind to the environment. Why take a big gas guzzling power boat to visit the Molokini, Kapalua and Makena coastlines, when you can take a zero emission kayak? Paddle along and be at one with nature, see marine life in their environment without disturbing a thing. What’s more, kayaks can get into more spots than a boat, so you’ll see things most tourists don’t ever get to see.

Take a swim in Maui. Visit Maui Eco Tours.

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Where the wild things are: in Canada

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Caribou to Wolves Eco Tour in CanadaVacation isn’t always about stunning beaches and tropical drinks. Sometimes it’s about returning to nature and seeking out the spirit of the wild. Get comfy with the wolves and caribou of Canada’s vast tundra.

Explore Canada’s last remaining wilderness on the Churchill Wild Caribou to Wolves Ecotour. Explore the Arctic “Serengeti” the great tundra plains known as The Barren Lands, and “The Land of Little Sticks.” Pass through the Boreal Forests on the edge of the Canadian Shield and know you are in a wild, wild, world.

Spend 11 days and 10 nights exploring your wild side. Start out in Churchill, a frontier town located on the shores of Hudson Bay, take in some shops and dine in local restaurants before departing for camp at Schmok Lake. Along the way watch for polar bears, caribou and other wildlife. Have your camera at the ready, because you’ll want to capture nature at its best.

Spend some time trekking in the tundra towards the herds of Barren Land Caribou and learn about their habitat. View wildlife like geese, wolves and even wolverine. Spend your nights waiting for the appearance of the Aurora Borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights.

Even a walk on the wild side has a detour for luxury, however. By day seven you’ll be off to North Knife Lake Lodge to soak in a wood fired hot tub. Then it’s back for some wolf viewing and fishing. You’ll have an opportunity to learn about the resident wolf pack and even learn how to howl like a wolf! North Knife Lake is Canada’s trophy fishing destination and you’ll be able to find Northern Pike and Lake Trout. If fishing doesn’t bait you, you can simply relax in the lodge with a book, soak in the hot tub, or just unwind.

Head to the northern territory of Canada with Churchill  Wild Caribou to Wolves Ecotour.

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