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Life on the bus Archive

Kristin and Shira

Life on the Adventure Bus: Solo Travelers

One of the top concerns we hear from potential customers is “I am traveling alone, will I feel left out?” The answer is simply, no! Seventy five percent of our customers are traveling on their own, looking to meet like-minded people and see beautiful places. We consider ourselves a “solo-friendly” tour. While families and couples… Read more →

Black Canyon of the Gunnison

19 Days until “National Parks: America’s Best Idea”Located in western Colorado, Black Canyon of the Gunnison is one of the most daunting, rugged canyons in the West. It’s steep canyon walls are for the most part impassable and expose some of the oldest rock on earth. Visit the South Rim to hike the Oak Flats… Read more →

Hans at Deadhorse Point

Life on the Bus: Photo-Ops!

It seems that everyone that travels on Adventure Bus is a photographer on some level. After all, it is easy to take great shots in such beautiful places as Bryce Canyon and Glacier National Parks. However, there are those that take it a bit more seriously, and capturing beautiful scenery and wildlife is the main… Read more →

Adventure Bus Friend Competing in 1/2 Ironman!

Long time Adventure Bus guest and friend Mark C. from Sunbury, PA has been training for the New Orleans 1/2 Ironman scheduled for April 5th, 2009. He will bike 56 miles, swim 1.2 miles in Lake Ponchetrain, and run 13.1 miles. Wow! Previously, he has run 9 marathons and competed in countless other road bike… Read more →

AB Recipe: Fun Around the Campfire

Nights around a warm campfire are a big part of the Adventure Bus experience. Here are a few delightful deserts we like to cook over the fire. Banana Boatsbananaschocolate chipsmarshmallowstinfoil Slit open one side of the banana peel. Scoop out 1/3 of the banana. Place bits of marshmallow and chocolate chips in the banana. Replace… Read more →

AB Recipe: Chicken Pesto Pasta

Chicken Pesto PastaServe with garlic bread and a fresh greens salad!Chicken breast or tendersItalian spicesolive oilFarfalle pasta (bow tie) or Rotinipesto sauce, Classico or other brandparmesan cheese (topping) Saute chicken and cut into bite size pieces and season with lemon pepper or italian spices. Cook pasta as directed. Combine chicken and pasta with the pesto… Read more →

Fremont Street

Free things to do in Las Vegas

Some of our tours, including our Death Valley and the Mojave Desert tour depart from Las Vegas. If you are coming in a day or two early for your tour, there are a lot of free activities you can take in. Here are a few of our favorites: Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio Wildlife Habitat… Read more →