In the News
River Dance Lodge Offers Luxury on the ClearwaterSpokesman Review July, 2016
"If cabins or "glamping" in a wall tent with a hot tub are on your radar for adventure, ROW Adventures has the answer in Idaho, just a few hours' drive from Spokane. River-based trips in the wild areas such as Idaho's River of No Return Wilderness and Oregon's Owyhee region continue to be the core of the Coeur d'Alene-based company that books active trips around the globe. But in 2005, the company founded River Dance Lodge on U.S. Highway 12 at Syringa near the confluence of the Lochsa and Selway Rivers..."
Here's Another Way to See Cuba by WaterCuba Journal July, 2016
"Unless you have a large yacht on which to explore, the next best way to see Cuba by water is by kayak. Idaho-based tour operator, ROW Adventures, one of the first companies authorized to offer kayak tours in Cuba, operated 18 kayaking trips last season. In fact, ROW has launched Cuba Unbound as a separate brand specializing in active Cuba tours including hiking, bicycling, and more."
10 Glampgrounds for FamiliesTravel Channel June, 2016
"Want to immerse the family in nature but not a fan of camping? That’s the beauty of glamping, the happy hybrid of camping with glamour. You sleep under the stars, but you don’t have to haul the gear – and everyone gets a good night's sleep. From streamlined simplicity to high luxury, these are the top spots for family glamping."
Exploring Cuba's Exciting Adventure PossibilitiesTravelAge West Magazine June, 2016
"Idaho-based tour operator ROW Adventures (an ATTA member) isn’t just organizing trips to Cuba, it is building an industry-leading platform aimed at getting Americans to Cuba to experience adventure first-hand. This past season, the operator ran 18 sea kayaking trips, selling out every one of the 16-person-maximum excursions."
Return to the Bay of PigsSierra Magazine May, 2016
"This is a day of firsts," announces Peter Grubb of ROW Adventures, the organizer of our six-day waterborne odyssey. "It's not just the first-ever people-to-people kayak tour of Cuba. It's likely the first time a group of Americans has been on these waters in a long time."
Five Myths About the Galapagos IslandsUSA Today March, 2016
"The Galapagos Islands, which lie in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Ecuador, have some of the most unique wildlife in the world, from giant tortoises to vast colonies of seabirds. Visited by Charles Darwin in 1835, the extraordinary animals were the basis for his Theory of Natural Selection. The wildlife is real, but the logistics and cost of traveling around these remote islands are perhaps the last remaining myths about the Galapagos Islands."
A Week of Whales, Water, Wildlife in Baja CaliforniaStar-Telegram March, 2016
"Booked through ROW Adventures in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and its sister company, Sea Kayak Adventures, this popular wildlife adventure combines sea kayaking in the Loreto Bay National Marine Park in the Sea of Cortez with whale watching in Magdalena Bay."
Cuba UnboundVirginia Living March, 2016
"Kimberley Lovato travels to this enigmatic place, where she kayaks on the Bay of Pigs and in Ciénaga de Zapata National Park, the Caribbean’s largest wetlands, explores Trinidad and Havana, and discovers there’s a lot to learn, and love, about this long-shuttered country on the verge of transformation."
Whale Magic in Magdalena BayWhat a Trip March, 2016
"The full-throttled leap of a female Pacific gray whale was heard before it was seen from our small panga bobbing in the lagoon. Her giant splash reverberated through the shallow waters of Magdalena Bay like a meteor exploding into Earth. We are close enough to the hulking mammal to see the barnacles on her back and feel the spray from her blow hole. Her month old baby floats beside her. Our three day whale watching adventure is just beginning and yet, it has already exceeded my expectations!"