Travel Manitoba invites travel media to feature Earth Rhythms experience

Travel Manitoba contacted Earth Rhythms earlier this year to see if we would be willing to host a travel media writer to write a story about the nature of Riding Mountain National Park backcountry, and our offering of a customized small group bicycle learning adventure.  Tomorrow (August 18), our head guide Buzz Crowston takes a Saskatchewan freelance writer out to experience wildlife, track mammals along the ground, and cycle out to the site of a German POW camp located in the interior of the national park.  This adventure experience is perfect for small family groups, a unique women’s day adventure (topped off by a spa or outdoor catered supper), or for small groups of friends looking for a unique way to spend a day learning about wild nature.

Give us a call if you are interested.  Ask for Celes Davar (a photographer and co-founder of Earth Rhythms), who loves creating unique adventures for small groups.  1.888.301.0030

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