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What You'll Get
Even though water covers most of the earth's surface, humans spend most of their lives on land and a small portion in the air while they’re sleeping. Float on with this Groupon.
$99 for an All-Day Jet-Boat Tour with Lunch and Drinks ($205 Value)
Jet boats power through three different states, rivers, and mountain ranges during this all-day excursion. Narrated by a Coast Guard–certified tour captain, trips cover approximately 200 miles with intermittent stops throughout the day. Passengers learn Native American history, local geology, and the stories of Hells Canyon while enjoying a stop and a historical walking tour at Kirkwood Ranch and museum. Coffee, iced tea, and lemonade are available at each of the day's periodic stops, and trips include a boxed lunch with a deli sandwich, potato chips, and a cookie. Tours depart at 8 a.m., return by 6 p.m. that evening, and are free for children 8 and younger.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required; subject to weather conditions and minimum passenger requirements. Tax and 3% US Forest Service fee not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Beamers Hells Canyon Tours
Beamers Hells Canyon Tours ferries passengers through the vacillating rapids of one of the deepest river gorges in North America. Along nearly 200 miles of majestic landscapes and American history, certified tour captains delve into detailed narratives on geological landmarks, Native American history, and how US mail delivery developed from horseback to the modern-day jetpack. Wine-tasting and brunch cruises complement degustation with stunning scenes of mountain ranges, rivers, and rare glimpses of local wildlife foraging for food or preparing their tax-return forms. Fishing charters let anglers test their mettles against the river’s crafty steelhead, sturgeon, and bass.