Billings, MT– In honor of National Parks Week April 16-24, award-winning tour operator Austin Adventures will engage youngsters and parents in a 45-minute webinar on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Noon EDT. The wonders of our National Parks will be discussed along with why they are so important to our national spirit and identity.
Kasey Austin, Outside Magazine’s Family Guide of the Year (2014) and V.P. of Operations, will be leading this informative, interactive webinar. Kids can whet their adventure appetites learning about incredible park wildlife, ecosystems, and some unusual history of some of our most iconic National Parks.
The purpose of the webinar is, said Dan Austin, Austin Adventures’ founding director, “to make visiting our National Parks a fun and enticing learning experience. We’ll share our insights on how families can make the most of a park vacation allowing plenty of time for questions and comments.”
Austin Adventures, an active travel company offering family adventure vacations on seven continents, is inviting both kids and parents to join this free webinar on Saturday, April 16 at Noon EST. The first 25 attendees to sign up will be awarded with an Austin Adventures’ goody bag plus their family will also receive a $250 trip voucher good for any 2016 Austin Adventure.
In addition, for families with a 4th grade student aboard, as advocates of the National Park Foundation’s Every Kid in the Park initiative, Austin Adventures is waiving trip fees for all 4th graders traveling on any National Park adventure with them in 2016. (See www.austinadventures.com/find-your-park/, offer subject to certain conditions)
To register for the online webinar, go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3197329609788822273.
Nearly a dozen National Park trips are on Austin Adventures’ current 2016 schedule. All adult rates are per person, double occupancy.
Grand Canyon National Park: 6-days/5-nights from $2,798; children from $2,238.
Kenai Fiords National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $3,498; children from $2,798.
Bryce Canyon & Zion National Parks: 6 days/5 nights from $2,498; children from $1,998.
Yellowstone National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $2,498; children from $1,998.
Grand Teton National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $2,998; children from $2,398.
Yosemite National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $3,298; children from $2,638.
Glacier National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $2,898.
Arches & Canyonlands National Parks: 6 days /5 nights from $2,698; children from $2,158.
South Dakota – Black Hills (Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Monuments / Wind Cave NP): 6 days/5 nights from $2,498; children from $1,998.
California – Death Valley National Park: 5 days/4 nights from $2,598.
Oregon – Crater Lake National Park: 6 days/5 nights from $2,798.
To receive print and or digital copies of the 2016 Family Adventures and Adult Adventures catalogs, please go to: www/austinadventures.com/request-catalog/ . For more information about Austin Adventures programs in National Parks please see: http://www.austinadventures.com/national-park-vacations/. To inquire about destinations and trips or to make reservations please call (800) 575-1540 or email email@example.com.
Based in Billings, MT, Austin Adventures (formerly Austin-Lehman Adventures) has spent more than 40 years building an international reputation as a provider of scheduled small group tours and customized trips to all seven continents. Austin Adventures is a proud member of the Xanterra Parks & Resorts® portfolio of experiential leisure offerings that includes operations in Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Zion, Crater Lake, Glacier, Rocky Mountain and Petrified Forest National Parks; Mount Rushmore National Memorial; Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley National Park; and five Ohio State Park Lodges as well as the Geneva Marina at Ohio’s Geneva State Park. Xanterra Parks & Resorts also owns and operates Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va., the Grand Canyon Railway and Hotel in Williams, Ariz., the Grand Hotel in Tusayan, Ariz., Windstar Cruises, VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations, Country Walkers and Austin Adventures.
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