Remote Experiences: Up and Coming U.S. Destinations

4 Jun 2017     |    Blake Ng

Worldwide tourists flock to California, Nevada, New York, Washington. But what are some of the more remote, more interesting destinations – states – within the US and what are they offering these days that’s beyond the usual traveler’s path? And how are they promoting tourism within their destinations? Here are some unique remote U.S. destinations that can offer compelling tours and activities:


Isolation fosters peculiarities. Alaska is a place that ignites a sense of foreign beauty and unfamiliarity. The land is undoubtedly America’s grittiest outdoor where travelers are confronted with the raw nature of isolated glaciers and unclimbed mountains, as well as the untamed wilderness. Alaska offers an incomparable experience, highlighting the picturesque panoramic views of the roads less traveled.

Tour operators such as Adventure Flow are engaging their guests by delving into the local culture and environment of Juneau. Adventure Flow offers these kinds of unique experiences through hidden trails and compelling storytelling. Their eco tours provide their guests an intimate connection with their guides, boosting their customers’ experiences


Famously known for the Grand Canyon, Arizona is the destination less traveled bursting with adventure, culture and history. Promoting tourism through destination marketing  to capture the breath-taking views can help bring more visitors into your tours and activities. Arizona has activities including golf, hiking and off-road biking, hot air balloon rides to natural landscapes including mountain streams of Colorado River along with alpine meadows, great skiing to the red rock crevices of Sedona.

Equinox Hot Air Balloon Rides in Phoenix, Arizona provides an unparalleled experience, by marketing themselves on TripAdvisor and promoting their tours experiences on Facebook. Their personalized experiences create a unique escapade for their customers over the desert near Phoenix.


If you have a tour company that is located in a quiet isolated ranch like Wyoming, it can be a challenge to get people to your destination and entice them to book your tours. Discover what makes your tours and activities unique. Tour operators like Yellowstone Day Tours offer guided tours of Yellowstone, Grand Tetons and the Jackson Hole.

By using Rezdy’s Marketplace, remote tours can gain greater visibility, and attract more travelers to their destination without having to spend big bucks on large marketing and advertising campaigns.


Sometimes tours and activities are dependent on the season. Montana offers a wide range of unique experiences ranging from rafting, ziplining, horse riding and many other family adventures however seasonality can be a factor like for Geyser Whitewater Expeditions. Geyser Whitewater Expeditions provide adrenaline-filled rafting trips on the Gallatin River in Big Sky, Montana and they are open from May through September.

Whether or not you are a tour operator that has high or low seasons, it is best to know how to maximize your use of each season throughout the year, specifically to adjust your marketing strategy to best accommodate your business and your guests.

If you’re a tour operator in a remote or off-the-beaten-path location, you can still market your tours and activities to a worldwide audience. Learn how to leverage the power of online reservation, distribution and digital marketing to attract more travelers to your business and become the superhero in your destination through the Rezdy Marketplace.

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