Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan, Traverse City is a hidden gem that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, exquisite wine, pristine beaches, diverse shopping, delicious cherries, and a rich art and music scene. Come with us to explore the city and see why it’s a must-visit destination for any traveler.
Kalamazoo is a city that embraces creativity and the beauty of Pure Michigan. With its world-class art institutions, tranquil nature sanctuaries, vibrant community festivals, and thriving craft brewing culture, this dynamic city offers a wide range of experiences to suit all interests. Come join us on an adventure to discover Kalamazoo, a place where culture, nature, and community seamlessly intersect.
As the state capital of Michigan and home to Michigan State University, the Lansing area is on the move and steeped in history, culture, and entertainment. From museums and science centers to arts and outdoor activities, you’ll discover adventures for all ages and all tastes.
What do you call a town with world-class museums, highly rated outdoor activities, renowned festivals, professional sports teams and well-known craft breweries? Grand Rapids, Michigan!
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Detroit is constantly reinventing and reinvigorating itself, and once again has become a popular event destination for everything from professional sports to big-name music concerts. But that’s just part of the story.
The rebirth of a city is a wonderful thing to witness. And the transformation of Detroit may be one of the most dramatic “come-back” stories of any American city in recent history. One visit there, and you can see how the area has rebuilt and preserved a legacy for all to treasure and enjoy.
Not all trips need to be taken by plane, train, or automobile. Bus travel is a great way to get around the state of Michigan on the cheap, whether for a daily commute, a day trip with family or friends, or a staycation in a nearby large city or small town.
If you think driving a bus is like driving a car, think again. While it may not be as easy, with the proper training and practice almost anyone can find success as a motorcoach operator. What many people may not realize though, is how state-of-the-art our buses really are. We wanted to give you a sneak peek into all the features our drivers get to interact with daily, all while transporting large groups of people safely to their destination.
Driving a large vehicle to a new state, in a crowded city, or through the mountains isn’t for everyone. Adding the possibility of carrying up to 56 passengers on top of that may sound even less appealing – when you don’t have the proper knowledge or training to do it. As someone new to the motorcoach industry, you probably have some hesitations about being a motorcoach operator in general. As it turns out, all of our current bus drivers had their own hesitations before and during the application process at Indian Trails. While their hesitations were different, they all have one thing in common: they love driving for Indian Trails. To help answer some questions you may have about the position, we talked to a handful of veteran drivers and asked them to share what they went through before applying for the job.
“People protect what they love, they love what they understand and they understand what they are taught.” Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Protecting the Great Lakes through education is a focus of Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA). (https://schoolship.org/) Through educational opportunities with ISEA, individuals develop a personal relationship with the Great Lakes. Inland Seas inspires people to be curious about the Great Lakes and encourages them to steward this awesome resource. Their hands-on programming takes place aboard tall ship vessels, along the shore, and in the Capt. Thomas M. Kelly Biological Station in Suttons Bay, MI.