From jungle tours of Costa Rica to parasailing above a volcanic crater lake in New Zealand, we bring you our 10 featured attractions and activities for February.
If you’re planning a trip to any of the destinations below, make sure to add these attractions and activities to your itinerary.
1. Pasion Costa Rica
Monteverde is a must when visiting Costa Rica. And Pasion Costa Rica is the guide service to show you the area’s natural history, cloud forest, and culture.
The jungle really comes alive after the sun goes down, so check out Pasion’s night tours.
Okay, February’s a bit early for biking season in Romania. However, we’re featuring TransyBike now so that you’re ready when spring rolls around.
This bike-tour company offers human-powered sightseeing of Transylvania’s jewels. Pedal through medieval Saxon cities and bucolic Romanian villages. TransyBike will tailor your tour to your needs.
3. TheBreakOut Funchal and Prague
TheBreakOut delivers its heart-racing escape-the-room challenges in two prime destinations: Funchal, Portugal and Prague, Czech Republic. Each location offers local themes. Take on a secret mission of Madeira discoverer Zarco or help Czech King Charles IV recover a large diamond from the crown jewels.
If you’re a fan of escape-the-room games and in Funchal or Prague, head over to TheBreakOut.
4. ADN Surf Baleal
A rocky peninsula jutting into the Atlantic from Portugal, Peniche sits in prime position to catch big swells. So, when the surf’s up, gear up at ADN Surf Shop.
Established and run by hardcore surfers, the shop dishes out expert advice on what you need to ride the local waves.
5. Big Sky Parasail
Lake Taupo, New Zealand sits in giant volcanic crater–an impressive location indeed. Now, imagine flying high above the emerald lake surrounded by mountain peaks… pretty amazing, huh?
This is the experience Big Sky Parasail delivers. They offer flights at heights of either 120 m (400 ft) or 240 m (800 ft) and the option of using your parasail to parachute down to the water and back up to the sky again.
6. Diversity Tours Portugal
The guides of Diversity Tours Portugal possess real passion for their country. And you can’t help but make this passion your own as they show you the best Portugal has to offer.
From guided tours of Lisbon’s best sights to visiting Templar Castles to following Portuguese wine routes, you’ll see just how diverse Portugal can be.
7. Nesime Kaya Private Day Tours
Nesime Kaya is prepared to show you the best her homeland of Turkey has to offer.
She has a whole team dedicated to ensuring your trip goes smoothly. Her services include guiding, tours, domestic flight tickets, transfers, and accommodation. To ensure customer satisfaction, Nesime remains as flexible as possible.
8. Silverline Dinner and Cruise
Okay, so the Danube might not be as blue as composer Johann Strauss would have you believe. Nevertheless, the river remains one of the best ways to tour Budapest.
Silverline Dinner and Cruise sails slowly past numerous architectural treasures as you feast on traditional Hungarian cuisine. Both day and night cruises are available.
Efficient transportation, low fuel consumption, and ease of parking… seeing a city by scooter makes a lot of sense.
GRASPaWASP makes it easy to tour some of the Algarve’s finest towns. Rent your Vespa or scooter from their locations in Praia da Rocha, Alvor, Carvoeiro, and Lagos.
10. Johnny’s Tour Service
Giovanni Maresco knows the Amalfi Coast because he’s lived there his whole life. He also runs a top-notch tour-and-transfer service–Johnny’s Tour Service–so you can expect expert guidance if you ride with him.
Giovanni offers both guided tours of the Amalfi Coast and transfers between the airport or your cruise ship and your hotel. He prides himself on providing comfort, reliability, and local knowledge at affordable prices.
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