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Plan a River Raft Adventure this Summer

Planning a River Rafting Adventure

No matter what you’re trying to plan for the summer – a weekend getaway, a family reunion, or an exploration of the beautiful state of Idaho – a river rafting excursion is one easy way to make it fun for everyone.

In the Sun Valley area there are many fun and wonderful summer adventures you can take part in, but rafting the Salmon River is definitely one of the most memorable. There are some excellent rafting services in the Sun Valley area and they can help you get set up for a trip that’s perfect for your group.

Traveler Beware: Watch for Scams

Watch out for Scammers

Unfortunately, there are many ways that travelers are targeted by scammers, and there are shady practices that taxis, hotels, and others in the industry sometimes use. It's a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the most common scams that affect those who are traveling so that you can take steps to avoid them. Here are a few of the issues and scams we hear about most often.

2018 Is the Year to River Raft in Idaho

River Rafting in Stanley

Now that the weather is warming up, it's time to start finalizing your big summer plans. If you haven't already started thinking about it, we want to recommend you consider river rafting this year. 2018 is going to be a great year for it.

From Boise, it's a quick trip to Stanley where you can hit the Salmon River. The Salmon is un-dammed, which means it is free-flowing and built up from rain and snow. It's a natural river with scenic routes, unlike anything you've seen before.

Field Trip Tips for Your Charter Bus

Tips for Charter Bus Field Trips

One of the best things about school is the field trips. Students get the chance to learn and see new things outside of the classroom and everyone gets the opportunity to escape the school building for a few hours. For those planning the field trip, though, transportation can be a big concern. Fortunately, Caldwell Transportation offers charter buses and can help you coordinate your class’ next big outing.

Streamline Convention Transportation with Shuttle Service

Boise shuttle service

Planning a convention or conference can be hard work. There are so many logistical concerns and plenty of decisions to make. One area that we can make easier is transportation. Stressless when it comes to getting conference goers from point a to point b with a charter service from Caldwell Transportation.

Spring Skiing in Sun Valley: Do It for Your Health

Spring Skiing in Sun Valley

Springtime is a great time to ski: the weather is beautiful, the mountain is less busy, and it’s a lot of fun. If you live in Boise, it’s a great time to catch a ride over to Sun Valley and take advantage of spring skiing. Need another reason to go? Here’s one: skiing is excellent for your health.

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4 Tips for Reducing Business Travel Stress

Travel stress free on a shuttle

If you are someone who frequently travels for business, you understand how stressful it can be. While there are events out of your control, some aspects of traveling can be modified to reduce tension and anxiety.

How to Prepare for Snow Storm Travel in Idaho

Snowy Roads to Bogus Basin

Winter in Idaho creates impressive scenery, but it can make transportation difficult. When you want to go skiing or to snowboard, the last thing you want to think about is road conditions, but it’s better to be prepared. Here’s how you can handle snow storm weather in Idaho.

6 Tips for Booking a Charter for Your Corporate Retreat

Planning for a Charter Bus

Planning a corporate retreat is a big undertaking and takes particular attention. When it comes to transporting your employees a charter bus is your best bet. Here are six tips to maximize your experience.

3 Easy Ways to Stay Safe at Bogus Basin this Winter

Skiing at Bogus Basin

We are in the midst of winter and taking full advantage of all its activities, albeit the serious lack of snow this year. We are lucky to have the Bogus Basin Mountain right in their backyard. Here are three ways to stay safe up there this winter.

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