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Where CEOs Meet

Mountain Magazine Magazine February, 2016

"At the more secluded River Dance Lodge, along the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River in Kooskia, CEOs and leadership teams can relax in a tranquil and beautiful wilderness setting. Highlights of this unique property include eight handcrafted log cabins that can hold up to 56 guests, three glamping tents, and Syringa Cafe with its West Dining Room that is usable as meeting space. Situation in the Wild & Scenic River Corridor, River Dance Lodge is the perfect launching point for hiking, biking and whitewater rafting, and trails nearby lead to hot springs, horseback riding in the Bitterroot Mountains, and fly fishing."

Sea Kayaking Adventure to Danzante Island

What a Trip February, 2016

"As our plane descended into Loreto, Mexico the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range, Isla Carmen and Danzante Islands came into view. After a quick overnight in the sleepy fishing village of Loreto, we were off to begin our week long sea kayaking and whale watching vacation with Row Sea Kayak Adventures. Our group of 10 came from all walks of life; a father and son, two former Outward Bound employees, an active adventure couple, three friends who had met previously on a whale watching trip in the Azores and me. While we all had different levels of kayaking experience, our common bond of wanderlust and adventure bound us together over the next eight days."

How to Honeymoon in Cuba

Brides February, 2016

"Vintage Havana, Hemingway haunts, live salsa music, those azure ocean blues— what could possibly be more romantic than a honeymoon in Cuba? The vibrant island nation is more accessible to American travelers than it has been in decades (it was just announced that commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuba will be restored starting Summer 2016), but there are still rules for travel." Read up on how to travel to Cuba for your honeymoon.

Cuba Unbound: Adventure Tour

5 Great Adventures for Spring & Summer

The Adventure Post February, 2016

"It’s the dead of winter—that time when we gaze over our computers, look out the window (if we’re lucky enough to have a window), and dream of escaping on our next adventure. To help stoke your dreams, here are five excellent trips in the United States and abroad…"

Opt Outside: Cool Adventure Trips You Need to Book Now

Yahoo Travel January, 2016

"By now, you might be hung over from reading lists of what destinations to visit in 2016. But what about the best times to go, or the best ways to actually see them? A Cuba trip where you only hang out on the Malecon and a Cuba trip where you explore the nation via kayak are two different trips indeed. Here are some exciting trips to keep on your radar in 2016..."

Cuba Unbound: Adventure Tour

6 Extreme Outdoor Adventures to Challenge Your Fitness in December

Men's Fitness December, 2015

"Endangered whales migrate here in winter looking for savory crustaceans. The best way to see the massive creatures? Bobbing alongside them in a sea kayak. Row Adventures' eight-day kayak camping trips offer unparalleled access to Loreto Bay National Marine Park, where dolphins play among bright tropical fish."

Kayaking in Baja: Loreto

EARTH Magazine

Travels in Geology: Rafting the Pacific Northwest's Heavenly Hells Canyon November, 2015

"Why would you ever visit a place called Hells Canyon? Especially given how hard it is to get there: Few roads and only steep, difficult trails run down into the 2,400-meter-deep gorge — the deepest canyon in North America — which forms part of the border between Oregon and Idaho. Despite its remote and rugged challenges, however, Hells Canyon has attracted visitors for thousands of years, from the Clovis people and Native Americans to turn-of-the-century gold miners, sheep ranchers and homesteaders.

Today, the canyon is popular among whitewater rafters and fishing enthusiasts. A trip through Hells Canyon, with its diverse geologic pedigree involving 300 million years of island arcs, volcanism and catastrophic floods, will also delight geology-minded travelers. You don’t even need to be an extreme adventurer to enjoy the canyon: Shove off with a reputable rafting company and you’ll barely even need to paddle."

An RVing Road Trip Along Hwy 12: The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway

Visit Idaho October, 2015

"Our trip begins near the small town of Syringa at the River Dance Lodge. It is here where we have a float trip planned on the Clearwater River. As we pull onto the perfectly manicured property, we have no problem parking our rig as there is plenty of space. In addition to the quaint cabins and glamping tents, limited RV parking is also offered for the dry camping enthusiast (read: no hookups, this is dry camping at its finest)."

Men's Fitness

Cuban Travel: 5 Ways to Explore Cuba September, 2015

"When it comes to Caribbean islands, it's hard to imagine anything other than its turquoise waters. On this eight-day paddling trip with Row Adventures, you'll get your fill of stunning sandy stretches and untouched coral reefs, but not at the cost of ignoring the country's beautiful forests and cities, too. This new people-to-people adventure, which debuts in November, combines sea, lake and river kayaking with hiking so that you can spend plenty of time in both its metropolitan and wildlife settings, including Havana, Bay of Pigs, and Zapata National Park (from $2995 per person includes guide, meals and accommodations, and activities; November through April; rowadventures.com)."

Cuba Unbound: Adventure Tour