Going on Faith

OCT-NOV 2016

The Magazine for faith-based travel planners.

Issue link: http://digital.goingonfaith.com/i/737403

Contents of this Issue


Page 22 of 35

# 5 Climbing 203 steps to the top of Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. By Brian Jewell [ D E S T I N A T I O N D A Y T O N A B E A C H ] H I G H L I G H T | A T R E E T O P T R A I L Daytona Beach has made a name for itself through the decades as a coastal destination where sand, waves and resorts are the primary attractions. But your young travelers may get the most thrills out of a treetop adventure at Zoom Air. Located in Tuscawilla Park, an inland area lush with tropical plants and mature trees, Zoom Air is a zip line and aerial obstacle course that gives participants a chance to test their strength, balance and agility while snuggly harnessed to a safety line. There are three separate adventure courses at the park, and each takes about 45 minutes to complete. Each course features a number of "games," such as swinging bridges, suspended planks and rope swings, that adventures must traverse to pass from one treetop platform to another. Scattered among the games are zip lines, giving riders a chance to lean back, enjoy the breeze and experience a bird's-eye perspective of the area as they glide through the park. WHILE YOUĂ­RE THERE: The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse offers visitors a look at a distinctive element of Florida history. Built in 1887, the 175-foot-high red brick lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Florida and one of the tallest masonry lighthouses in the country. M O R E I N F O | W W W . D A Y T O N A B E A C H . C O M Photo credit: Bruno Vega THIS LLAMA IS VALUED AT $168 MILLION. With more than 2.5 million travelers visiting Peru's 11 World Heritage Sites each year, it comes as no surprise that the country's $168 million annual tourism revenue is on the rise. That's why in 2011, Tourism Cares selected Peru for a sustainable tourism initiative that engaged peers from both the North American and Peruvian tourism industries to make an impact through volunteering and distributing $80,000 in grant funding. Visit TourismCares.org to see how your company can help make global sustainable tourism a reality. Join a growing roster of industry-leading companies committed to preserving the places we love and depend on.

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Going on Faith - OCT-NOV 2016