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Volcano Tour to Ixtazihuatl
"You will be picked up at your hotel and your driver will help load your belongings onto the jeep. Then you are off on a road that leads directly to the volcano (lowest point accessible by car) and begin the ascent to the volcano for approximately 1.5 hou the jeep continues to climb for another 40 minutes. You will be given a break and refreshments while the driver discusses the different routes available to take. Once you and your driver decide the direction you will continue on with the tour. Each stopping point will be at your request to the driver so that you can enjoy the scenery take photos and continue on to the next scenic points that you have chosen. Your journey ends when you are brought back to your hotel.""""Explore Iztaccihuatl
From $360.00
 
Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl National Park Hiking Tour from Puebla
"Begin your hiking adventure with a pickup service from your hotel in Puebla to go directly to the Izta-Popo National Park. During the road you will pass through the magical town of Cholula and you will have the change to admire this beautiful p located just in the middle of the Popocatepetl and Ixtaccíhuatl volcanoes in central México and about 3400 meters (11150 feet) of altitude. During this adventure you will go to the religious center El Silencio and an Eco Touristic Villa where you can rest have a meal and enjoy optional activities (at your own expense). As a part of your journey you will walk around 1 mile to get to a waterfall from where you can admire amazing views of the volcanoes. After the tour you'll be taken back to your hotel."
From $90.00
 
Niagara Falls Small-Group Day Tour
"Your day begins with pickup from your hotel or the agreed downtown location from around 8am to 9am. After meeting your guide enjoy a narrated drive to Niagara Falls for 3 to 4 hours of free time. During this time you can walk around the strip and participate in activities such as the famous Hornblower boat cruise. Please note that attraction costs at Niagara Falls are extra and can be paid at the ticket booth.Next you will visit famous sights such as the Niagara Whirlpool Rapids and the Niagara Hydro Dam and enjoy a scenic ride across the Niagara Parkway. Please note that these sights may vary and are based on timing and season. You will also have a short period to walk through Niagara-on-the-Lake one of Canada's most beautiful towns.Finish the day with a visit to the Niagara Wine Region and a free wine tasting. Brace yourself for the famous Niagara Icewine! You will then be dropped off at your hotel or the agreed drop off location between""
From CAD76.00

More Things to Do in Grand Portage

Susie Islands

The Susie Islands lie off the coast of Minnesota. They are a nature preserve managed by the National Trust for Wildlife. You have to have a boat to get out there. The best way to see it is from the...
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May 07, 2007

Isle Royale National Park

Isle Royale National Park is located in Lake Superior. The only access is by boat. Two leave from Grand Portage and two leave from Michigan (Copper Harbor and Houghton)The island is a wilderness. No...
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May 07, 2007

The Witch Tree

The witch tree is one of the worlds smallest and oldest trees. It is mentioned in the journals of the clerks, back in the 1790's. That being so, leads to the conclusion that this tree is over 300...
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May 07, 2007

Grand Portage National Monument

The community of Grand Portage has a variety of places to visit and things to see that far exceed those limited to Grand Portage National Monument, a park of the same name. But don't miss the park and...
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Jan 09, 2007

Birch bark wigwams

Also on display at Grand Portage National Historic Site are native american wigwams. The Indian peoples of this region regarded the birch as "the tree of life," and they used it in many different and...
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Sep 03, 2005

Milling rice

In the summer, park guides give demonstrations of native american lifeways and crafts. Here a Parks employee is demonstrating the technique for preparing wild rice. He is milling it, separating the...
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Sep 03, 2005
 
 
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The Guardhouse

When the North West Company operated in the late18th century, all of its valuable furs destined for Montreal and points beyond passed through its palisade at Grand Portage. The wood fencing at the...
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Aug 29, 2005

The Great Hall

Grand Portage served as the Great Lakes trading post of the North West Company between 1783 and 1804, when the headquarters was shifted nearly fifty miles to the north, to Fort William, on the north...
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Aug 29, 2005

Dining in the Great Hall

At the time of the annual Rendezvous, all of the traders, partners, prominent Native Americans and voyageurs dined under the same roof in the great hall. It was an important part of the trading system...
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Aug 28, 2005

The Biggest Waterfall in All of Minnesota

Grand Portage State Park, which is Minnesota's newest state park and part of an Ojibwe reservation, is home to the High Falls of the Pigeon River which straddle the border of Minnesota and Canada and...
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Aug 22, 2005

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