Drawn from the current edition of TourOperatorLand The Magazine is the following sampler of new developments and products in key USA destinations. More to be found at: www.touroperatorland.com.
At Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, try Jackson Lake Scenic Cruises (click here) are the perfect excursion for the entire family! A scenic cruise on Jackson Lake will literally place you in the shadow of Mount Moran while you learn a bit about local history, geology, and folklore and take in the sights, including 10,000-year-old glacial water flowing into Jackson Lake.
In Mississippi, explore Elvis’ Tupelo on two-wheels on the Elvis’ Tupelo Self-Guided Bicycle Tour. Visit 14 places, including the Elvis Presley Birthplace, that were influential in Elvis’ life growing up in Tupelo. A highlight is Tupelo Hardware Company where Elvis purchased his first guitar. Visit www.tupelo.net to learn more.
Instagramming is a new and popular activity in the Countryside of Philadelphia. The best images and stories can be captured at Longwood Gardens—grand, soaring fountains; acres of gorgeous blooms and towering trees create magical posts. And the U.S. National Memorial Arch at Valley Forge National Park is a unique backdrop for a must-capture photo.
In Tuolumne County, California, visitors are discovering the best kept secret that there is world-class rock climbing. Get all the gear, advice, and guides you will need to reach new heights in Tuolumne County at Golden Chain Climbing Gear. Founded by avid rock climbers not only will you be able to get everything you need from bouldering to trad, but you can also go out climbing with them. https://www.goldenchainclimbinggear.com/
Atlanta’s new Illuminarium is “something like walking into a high-definition documentary film, which is being projected on walls 350 feet wide and 22 feet tall and also on the ground,” said one review. The new attraction is located the just south of Ponce City Market, this unique facility will offer an outdoor café and nighttime bar experience, the first of its kind. (www.illuminarium.com)
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