Turn your 2016 travel goals into reality at BCO’s Travel Party

Photo courtesy of Bayou City Outdoors

Kick off the year with an organized bang and plan your fitness and travel adventures for 2016 with Bayou City Outdoors’ Eighth Annual Travel Party at Hughes Hangar on Thursday, January 28, 2016 from 6:30pm to 9pm.

Join active and outgoing Houstonians and make your 2016 travel goals a reality at a free, Thursday evening party at this swanky, 1940’s style lounge. Each year, Houston travelers take to the roads and skies with Bayou City Outdoors, exploring the world and building ties with other like-minded folks. At this free party, you’ll uncover your very own chance to get to know your adventurous, fun-seeking neighbors in another time zone, country or continent.

You can learn about the group’s 2016 destinations and adventures, and meet other prospective travelers, at a party this Thursday at Hughes Hangar, which has taken gastro pub to a whole other level.

Traveling with BCO

Hughes-hangar-travel-partyThe best part about playing in a group is that it can be a ton of fun. There’s no quicker way to turn a stranger into a friend than by going on a hike, bike ride or a trip together. Sharing unique and amazing experiences leads to unforgettable memories. After all, attending an event alone can be a little intimidating and traveling alone can be stressful and lonely. Even if you meet locals or other travelers on the way, these connections often end with awkward good-byes and an exchange of email addresses that never get used. Traveling with a group helps you feel like you always have a real friend with you—and looking out for you. Plus, you’ll always have a buddy to go join you at the bar or for dinner.

Last year Bayou City Outdoors took the trek to Nepal, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Iceland, Nepal, Vancouver, Big Bend and West Texas, just to name a few. Closer to home they hiked and rode countless miles on Buffalo Bayou, White Oak Bayou Trail and Memorial Park.

This year they have big plans for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, kayaking and biking in New Zealand, visiting hot springs, ziplining and cave swimming in Ecuador and Galapagos, biking and visiting vineyards in Chile, hiking the Grand Canyon, New Mexico, France and Italy along with many more expeditions. Have a trip in mind? Come out and share them; BCO loves destination suggestions.

About Bayou City Outdoors

Bayou City Outdoors is the largest outdoor and social activity club of it’s kind in Texas. Established in 2001 with only a small group of active, health enthusiasts, the network has grown tremendously over the years providing friendship, support, and play for like- minded fun seekers. The site’s event calendar buckles under the weight of a packed schedule, with activities from bike rides and kayaking trips to art gallery openings and nights of dancing and group travel all over the world.

To see everything Bayou City Outdoors has to offer including travel, visit www.BayouCityOutdooors.com.

BCO’s 8th Annual Travel Party

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Photo courtesy of Bayou City Outdoors

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