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Explore the Treasure Valley with Feelin’ Groovy Tours

Planning on a visit to Boise and looking for things to do in Idaho? Pick a tour and leave the rest up to Feelin’ Groovy Tours

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Idaho Travel: Feelin’ Groovy Tours: A Family Favorite to Explore the Treasure Valley

After years of working corporate jobs, Michelle Keener took her work on the road and started a new chapter of life as a tour guide. Keener is a certified interpretive guide and an international tour manager with a commercial driver’s license. 

Feelin’ Groovy offers several tours for community members and visitors to enjoy. Explore and taste award-winning wines across Garden City, Boise, and Eagle on an urban wine tour, or touch up on Boise’s history on the So Happy Together Tour.

A Unique Idaho Tourist Activity

Enjoy customizing a private charter, where the possibilities are endless. There is something for everyone with Feelin’ Groovy Tours. Feelin’ Groovy is available for all ages and can be an excellent opportunity for family, friends, and corporate events.

Feelin’ Groovy Tours offers an array of tours allowing participants to see the community in a new light as they visit and learn about Treasure Valley gems. Looking for a fun way to make memories? These tours are memory guaranteed! 

Hand holding up a Feeling Groovy sticker with fall leaves in the background

Guests get groovy experiencing a taste of the ’70s while they travel across town in an award-winning 1976 VW bus called “Georgie Girl”. It’s funky, spunky, and looks like a postcard! To enhance the experience, Keener plays ’70s tunes and dresses from the era.

Feelin’ Groovy’s most popular tour is the Red Chair Lavender Farm with Coffee and Supply Co. tour in Eagle, Idaho. This adventure drives guests through Eagle’s beautiful countryside while they enjoy lavender beverages and pastries. Once at Red Chair Lavender Farm, participants go through an educational experience where they learn how to grow, harvest, and distill lavender. After enhancing their knowledge, guests can stroll down beautiful rows of lavender, in which they cut and craft into wreaths. The tour closes with delicious lavender-berry ice cream from the STIL.

Front of a blue Volkswagon bus

This adventure is available July through August, so don’t miss out ‘on a sense-sational’ time here in Eagle, Idaho.

What’s next for Feelin’ Groovy? Michelle aspires to expand her touring horizon and offer brewery, house-hunting tours, and more!

To learn more or book a tour, visit the Feelin’ Groovy’s website Feelin’ Groovy Tours or connect with the Feelin’ Groovy team on Instagram or Facebook!

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The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for over 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. She Saved has become a community for like-minded consumers who appreciate saving money, time and sanity by getting the best deals on quality products and experiences.

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  1. Exploring the Treasure Valley with Feelin’ Groovy Tours sounds like an incredible way to see Idaho’s hidden gems, especially with the fun and nostalgic vibe of traveling in a ’70s VW bus! It reminds me of the unique adventures we have on the Kokoda Challenge, where the journey is as memorable as the destination. For more on Idaho travel, check out this blog, and for thrilling family adventures, visit Kokoda Challenge.

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