Looking for travel ideas for Mother’s Day? We got your back
Mother’s Day is coming up on May 13th! Oh, you didn’t forget, did you? How could you? It’s OK; there’s still time to get her a gift because she deserves it. We at TakeTours have come up with the best travel ideas for Mother’s Day- tours for 4 kinds of amazing moms!
For Your Romantic Mom – Tulip Tour
Look: mothers love getting flowers. It’s just a fact of life. This year, instead of buying her a bouquet, why don’t you treat to something even more special: the chance to see thousands upon thousands of lovely tulips on display! There are two such festivals in North America each spring, one in Albany, New York, and one in Ottawa, Canada. At either option, you and your mother will be treated to a vibrant array of colorful flowers.
Easter Sunday is celebrated in many ways around the world. Many Americans identify Easter with pastel-colored eggs and a big, fluffy bunny that leaves candy for children. The history behind Easter tells a very different story, centered around the Christian religion, Easter is a feast that ends a 40 day stretch of fasting and penance. In combination with the spring-time weather, Easter at the Vatican marks a time of renewal.
Looking to travel to Rocky Mountains? 7 Reasons To Take A Train
Traveling to the Canadian Rockies is an amazing experience that will stay with us for the rest of our lives. Creating memories is part of our human nature and whether you are seasoned traveler who has traveled with family, friends or that special someone, or a traveler who is long overdue for a journey, we wanted to share our 7 Reasons To Take A Canadian Rocky Mountains Train:
Do you know what to pack for that perfect Yellowstone trip?
For those who crave adventure in the great outdoors, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming is a paradise. It was the very first national park in the United States, covering over 3,000 square miles of majestic wilderness and attracting over 3 million visitors every year.
There are many possible accommodations in the park, depending on your personal needs. Anyone who is ready to answer the call of the wild with a resounding, Yes! can get the full Yellowstone experience by pitching a tent at one of the many campgrounds. On the other side of the coin, for those who love the outdoors, but want a warm, comfortable bed to sleep in, there are fantastic lodges in the park, available all year round.
What To Pack And Not To Pack? Ski Trip Packing Checklist
Winter clothes are much bulkier, so before traveling this winter, remember to really think about whether you really need something before packing it! At TakeTours.com, we thought we’d help out with a bit of the anxiety and give you some friendly tips for your ski trip packing checklist you may or may not already be aware of:
Consider packing a duffel bag instead of a suitcase; you’ll get a little more wiggle room on storage space. If you prefer a suitcase, we would recommend bringing an empty duffel bag in your suitcase to use on the way back, if needed.
Remember to bring WARM clothes, such as sweaters, gloves/mittens, hats, scarves, socks (waterproof whenever possible, We recommend hiking socks!).