Are you scrambling to find something fun to do with Mom this weekend? Mother's Day is this Sunday and Apple's iPad App Store Team thinks that taking your mom to a national park is a pretty great idea; we tend to agree! The National Parks app by Chimani is currently being featured in the iPad … Continue reading Apple Features National Parks App By Chimani In Time For Mother’s Day
As National Park Week approaches, April 16 to 24, 2016, the National Park Service is gearing up for the unofficial kickoff to its Centennial celebration. What’s hailed as America's largest celebration of national heritage, National Park Week is all about connecting with your community, discovering and exploring America’s amazing outdoor places, and enjoying time with … Continue reading Planning Ahead For National Park Week
In the days before every hotel had a spa, people would travel from all over the world to "take the waters" at the natural mineral springs in Hot Springs, Ark., heated miles below the surface and bubbling to earth through rock fissures. Native Americans were the first to discover the healing powers of the hot … Continue reading Chimani Hot Springs: ‘Take the Waters’ With Our Newest National Park App
Capitol Reef National Park has a name that confuses a lot of people: it's not the capital of anything, and there's not a coral reef in sight. In fact, this is a desert park shaped largely by tectonic forces, although weather and man have had a hand in creating Capitol Reef's unique landscape, as well. … Continue reading ‘Surf’ Through the Waterpocket Fold with the New Chimani Capitol Reef App
As the National Park Service celebrates its Centennial, the three new mobile travel apps just released by Chimani are a testament to the remarkable breadth of experiences you can enjoy in the U.S. National Parks. It sure has been a wild election year, and you can get in touch with America's bedrock freedoms with a visit … Continue reading Rushmore, Petrified Forest and Joshua Tree: The New Chimani Apps Rock!
Chimani fans know that driving tours, including audio descriptions of key points of interest, have been a part of our National Parks mobile apps since the very beginning. Users of our guides to Acadia, Cuyahoga, Death Valley, Denali, Grand Canyon, Olympic, Yellowstone, Yosemite and Zion national parks already enjoy these narrated audio guides, and our … Continue reading Coming Soon to Chimani: Walking Tours!
We at Chimani spend a lot of time talking about the U.S. National Parks -- especially in this, the Centennial year of the National Park Service -- but that doesn't mean we want to overlook our neighbors to the north. In 2017, Canada is throwing itself a 150th birthday bash, and part of the celebration … Continue reading 10 Canadian National Parks You Can Visit Free Next Year
If "you’re thinking you’d like to experience the vast riches of America’s national park system during the National Park Service’s centennial, download a few of Chimani’s apps and start exploring," says Adam C. Engst in an extensive new review of Chimani's suite of mobile apps for TidBITS!, a popular online resource for Mac users. Engst says that … Continue reading tidBITS: Augment U.S. National Park Vacations with Chimani’s iOS Apps
Chimani began 2015 as a home-office based startup with big ideas by founders Kerry Gallivan and Shaun Meredith and ended the year as a thriving business with seven employees, an office in Portland, Maine, growing revenue, new business partnerships, and a suite of 20 mobile apps focused on the outdoors -- with dozens more in the … Continue reading 2015 Was an Amazing Year for Chimani
Packing a backpack is the art of fitting as much functionality into as little space as possible, bringing along the best, lightest tools to ensure a fun, safe and memorable journey. And that’s the exact approach that Chimani has taken in creating Version 3.0 of its outdoors apps for iOS and Android, now available for … Continue reading Chimani Leaps Forward with Version 3.0 for Android, iOS