• Incentive Trips for Adventurers

     
    POSTED April 10, 2019
     

Planning trips that are distinct can help inspire top performances and loyalty. Grand American Adventures, which specializes in small group excursions for 35- to 65-yearolds, has launched a series of in-depth, guided tours in the Mountain West that also can work well for incentive trips. The excursions feature an element of luxury and accommodations in upscale boutique lodges, ranches, yurts and cabins.

On Canyon Country in Utah – Canyoneering, Hummer touring, mountain biking, floating the Colorado River. Departures: April to October

Winter Wildlife in Wyoming – Snowshoeing and tracking wolves, elk, bighorn sheep and more. Departures: January

Alaska and Kenai In-Depth Tour – Watching wildlife from kayaks and hiking across glaciers and ice fields. Departures: June to September

Yellowstone and Teton In-Depth Tour – Exploring and tracking wildlife in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Departures: June to September

Michigan’s top CVBs welcome groups to their communities with open arms.

 

If you've been at the airport recently (and I'd be willing to bet you have, heading to meetings and conferences), you've probably seen the signs about new requirements for ID that will be going into effect October 2020. The new rules are part of the REAL ID Act which was passed in May 2005 and set new standards for driver's licenses and ID cards accepted at federal facilities and airport security checkpoints.

 

Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) Sustainable Convention Travel Program allows planners to provide eco-friendly travel options for San Francisco conventions and meetings. The program establishes a platform that facilitates the use of SFO transfers by convention staffs and attendees; the program can also help reduce staff travel costs. Most downtown San Francisco hotels are located within six blocks of a BART station (Civic Center, Powell Street, Montgomery Street and Embarcadero).