Experience Gifts in Denver and Ideas for Unique Gifts in Denver
A city with the stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, Denver has it all -the perfect combination of cosmopolitan city sophistication and back to nature outdoors adventure. If you're looking for a unique gift in Denver, you will find an experience gift voucher to suit almost any taste, from chilled out afternoons eating pastry right through to extreme Snowkiting lessons in Steamboat springs!
We have a wide selection of gift experiences that really reflects the spirit and size of Denver. If you are looking for an unusual gift for the Denver daredevil in your life, look to the great outdoors! Denver is lucky enough to have the Rockies nearby, possibly one of nature's greatest resources for extreme adventures and outdoor activities.
Some of the wonderful extreme experience gift vouchers we offer are Airboarding in Steamboat Springs, White Water Rafting on Eagle River, Wakeboarding, Snowmobile Rides, River Paddle Boarding, and much much more.
The microbrew tour of Denver is a really special excursion for beer afficionados in Denver. In fact, Denver brews more local beers per capita than any other city in the United States, so if you're going to do it, you might as well do it properly!
We have a superb selection of gourmet food tours in Denver and Boulder, so if you are looking for the perfect gift for gourmands, look no further. Wonderful treats and eats, as well as a superb city tour that will even fascinate the locals, make a food tour a really unforgettable gift experience.
Give the gift of a life experience and a lovely memory to your loved ones in Denver.
I have never done a food tour before, but my girlfriend has been on several. We were very lucky to have good weather and the guides were great. They were extremely knowledgable and were very involved in the Frederick community. The tour size was perfect (about 10) where we could move easily and chat with different people. We enjoyed the food selection, especially the wine and beer tastings! There was a good amount of walking on this trip, which is why the advice of comfortable shoes is a must. It was nice that the food / drink stops were evenly spaced around so you had time to digest before moving on to another stop. This was a wonderful experience, I definitely recommend it, and would love do go on another!Ben - Gaithersburg, MD
The boat tour was nice, but we could not hear what the tour guide was saying on the top level (outside) of the boat. We were forced to choose a better view outside and not be able to hear the interesting facts about the city, or to sit inside and hear he facts, but not be able to truly enjoy the view. That was frustrating. Otherwise, it was nice.Jennifer Ricketts - NYC