Destination Hotels and Resorts Offer Once-in-a-Lifetime Thrill Packages

Attention adrenaline junkies and bucket list fanatics; the luxury collection of Destination Hotels and Resorts properties are offering once-in-a-lifetime packages with experiences tailored to thrill. Guests just breaking out of the box or those who live on the edge can satisfy a variety of adrenaline level cravings with the exclusive online packages available at Destination Hotels' “ Dream Travel List” on website. Here are a few we'd like to try.

Soar towards the clouds with private balloon ride during your stay at L'Auberge Del Mar, San Diego or the Driskill in Austin or seek the heavens in the Woodmark Seattle's balloon ride that may go as high as fifteen thousand feet offering a spectacular view of the Emerald City skyline. Play in the blue Pacific surrounding the Hawaiian Islands on a stand-up paddle board (SUP) or surfboard, then hop a chopper to flight-see Kilauea Volcano's red lava flow as it meets the sea with a huge plume of steam; just a few of the activities in the five-island adventure package at Destination Resorts  Hawaii, Wailea, Maui.

If to Heli-ski is your cup of tea, Resort at Squaw Creek, Lake Tahoe and The Hotel Telluride, Colorado have you covered to lay down the first runs on the mountain. Or learn to rock climb at Sunriver Resort in the high desert of Oregon, winter zipline in Vermont with Stowe Mountain Lodge or paraglide in Aspen over the mountain with the Gant.

Aspiring rock stars with rock star dough can headline a private concert for friends and family in one of world’s most beautiful, acoustically-sound, natural outdoor venues cradled in the Red Rocks, via the Inverness Hotel in Denver. Yeah you get the limo, champagne and your souvenir concert DVD to play over and over and over again. Rock on!

Package rates vary from  way under a thousand dollars  to twenty grand so go to website for rates and details.

Michelle Winner

Michelle M. Winner is inveterate traveler whose goal is to land on all of the continents- in style. Enjoying her job as ' professional sybarite' she dutifully reports on the best hotels, wines, spas and chefs in her travels. She is past President of the prestigious worldwide IFWTWA and flys between her homes on the beach in Hawaii and the mountains of Oregon Michelle also write...(Read More)

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