KIKU ENTERPRISES 4833 GRAND AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55419 USA TEL: (612) 824-6905 firstname.lastname@example.org
The amazing corridor of wildlife in the Boundary Waters and Mississippi Headwaters will refresh and rejuvenate your body and spirit! You choose which activities are most important to your travel, and we create your customized itinerary.
Explore the enchanting nature and wilderness, only in Minnesota! While you travel through Minnesota country, you will find an experience with unbelievable value. You will be surprised, inspired, and sure to take many memories back home. Discover a variety of attractions that are available only in Minnesota. Our hidden gems and healing journeys are worth visiting.
According to your travel interest, your available time, how many are traveling together or your appetite for delicious cuisine, you have the freedom to choose and decide when you want to go and where you want to visit from any of the following offerings. We will be happy to create your own travel itinerary including hotel, transportation, dinners, step-on-guide and admissions.
Walk across the Mississippi River, canoe the mirrored waters, soak up the sun, surf the Superior waves, and encounter bears and wolves! Yes, only in Minnesota! Suggested stay is 5 or more nights/days. Here are some choices; we can't list them all, so please let us know if you have other interests.
BWCA (Boundary Water Canoe Area): www.ely.org or www.bwca.net
Guided canoe trips, campfires and stargazing are just the beginning. You may see the brilliant Northern Lights (aurora!) Dog sled and cross country ski in the wintertime, or experience the gorgeous fall foliage.
North American Bear Center: www.bear.org
A must see stop while visiting the BWCA, this museum lets people learn from bears themselves about bear behavior, ecology and their relations with humans.
International Wolf Center: www.wolf.org or www.exploreminnesota.com
Become fascinated with majestic wolves, as you see them interact through huge windows. This place is a museum, zoo, nature preserve and classroom all in one. You're guaranteed awesome wildlife close ups!
Itasca State Park: www.visitbemidji.com
This is the origin of the Mississippi River, where abundant cedar and pine trees cover pristine water and prairie. It is an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon, where American history is connected from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. You can snow mobile and ice fish in the wintertime.
Pipestone National Monument: www.pipestoneminnesota.com
You can expect beautiful and peaceful rock formations, artisans giving live demonstrations of pipe carving, and an interesting look into the sacred site for Native American people.
National Eagle Center: www.nationaleaglecenter.org
This one of a kind center in all of the USA will excite every one of all ages. Great presentations, fantastic overlooks, wildlife education and you can have your picture taken right next to a bald eagle!
Great Lakes: www.glin.net/tourism
Lake Superior, remnant of the Ice Age, is one of the five Great Lakes. Duluth is the charming seaport city with access to Lake Superior and St. Lawrence River, connecting Minnesota with European countries from the early 1700s until today.