|Top 5 Reasons to Visit Virginia Beach|
1. Stroll or ride a bike on the iconic 3-mile boardwalk.
2. Climb to the top the old Cape Henry Lighthouse.
3. Hop into a kayak and paddle through waves alongside dolphins.
4. Enjoy mouth-watering local cuisine such as Chesapeake Bay crabs.
5. Explore WWII military aircrafts at the Military Aviation Museum.
Take a journey of Virginia Beach with “Live the Life Adventures” a series of experiential programs that showcase the people and places shaping Virginia Beach. Geared toward group travelers, “Live the Life Adventures” is presented in six themes – Body/Mind/Spirit, Arts & Culture, Outdoor, Military, History and Culinary/Agriculture – which focus on the everyday treasures of the city – from state parks and coastal cuisine to the majesty of military aviation.
Be sure not to miss the USO Show “Thanks for the Memories” on October 21-24, 2013. A sold-out event in 2012, this is one of Virginia Beach’s patriotic tourism offerings. Experience daily entertainment and “Swingtime in the Skies,” a “Live the Life Adventures” that takes you to the Military Aviation Museum to see one of the largest collections of flying WWII Military aircraft in the world. The 2014 USO show is scheduled for October 14-17.
The Coastal Harvest Feast Food Tour is another experience that is perfect for groups to enjoy. During this four-day tour, enjoy breathtaking scenery while visiting Virginia Beach and the surrounding area. Meet fishermen, farmers and winemakers from around the region as you sip wines, visit a clam-cultivating aqua farm and learn the art of curing Smithfield ham.
Visit www.VisitVirginiaBeach.com/grouptour for more information