Tauck and BBC Earth Bring Walking With Dinosaurs To Life

Tauck has teamed up with BBC Earth to bring the 3D film “Walking With Dinosaurs” to life in the Wilderness of Calgary, Alberta in Canada, home to some of the richest fossil beds on the planet By: Megan Brickwood
BBC Earth crafts fun activities to teach kids about dinosaurs. // © 2013 Tauck
BBC Earth crafts fun activities to teach kids about dinosaurs. // © 2013 Tauck

Tauck has teamed up with BBC Earth to bring the 3D film “Walking With Dinosaurs” to life in the Wilderness of Calgary, Alberta in Canada, home to some of the richest fossil beds on the planet.  The “Walking With Dinosaurs: A Journey Through Time” event is a five-day family tour that is the first venture of Tauck’s new partnership with BBC Earth and their Earth Journeys product. Visitors will be divided into groups of 30-35 and will explore the region on various guided tours in rotating shifts during the five days, ensuring that every family gets the full experience. The different tours include “In the Footsteps of Dinosaurs,” “Through the Eyes of Dinosaur Experts” and “A Day With BBC Earth.”

On each tour, families will experience a unique adventure and the kids will learn something new. Each night, group dinners will feature special entertainment and insider experiences. Additional excursions include trips to Calgary Zoo, the TELUS-Spark Science Centre, the rooftop Devonian Gardens and the Gasoline Alley Museum at the Heritage Park Historical Village. www.tauck.com

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