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This soulful exploration of the American frontier is filled with local encounters and natural wonders—from the wild Black Hills to Bryce Canyon's enchanting hoodoos and Crazy Horse to "Happy Pappy."
Embark on an epic encounter with the American Frontier, This evening, we join our Travel Director and fellow travelers for a Welcome Reception on the Las Vegas Strip.
Journey to the canyons and towering cliffs of Zion National Park. Then it's onward to the enchanting landscapes of Bryce Canyon.
In Salt Lake City, discover the basic beliefs and history of the Mormon pioneers. This evening, enjoy an optional dinner at the Roof Restaurant, Utah's premier gourmet dining location.
Stop at the Oregon Trail Center to experience first-hand what life was like along a wagon trail and enjoy lunch at a covered wagon-themed restaurant. Spend an evening at leisure amidst the icy peaks of the Grand Tetons.
Journey through the alpine terrain of Grand Teton National Park en route to the UNESCO-listed Yellowstone National Park where we spend two nights at a park lodge surrounded by nature.
Explore the rusting walls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and join your Travel Director for an exploration of the park's bubbling hot springs, mud paint pots and Old Faithful.
Visit the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum complex in Cody to gain a deeper understanding of the "Spirit of the American West." Then it's on to Big Sky Country where we'll connect with locals in an effortlessly delivered encounter with "Happy Pappy" and some true Western hospitality.
Our day begins with a visit to Little Bighorn, the infamous battlefield of Custer's Last Stand.Then, travel east through the Black Hills to Rapid City.
Stand at the base of Crazy Horse Memorial and learn how your visit helps to preserve the Native American Culture. Visit Mount Rushmore to view the faces of former American Presidents, then dive into culture with Stephen Yellowhawk in Rapid City during a festive Farewell Dinner.
We transfer to the Rapid City Regional Airport to return home, or travel to Denver. Transfer to Denver International Airport or extend your stay at the Sheraton Denver Downtown. For guests continuing on to Denver, airport arrival time will be 5 pm. Please be aware when booking your flights.
|Depart Date||Return Date||Price||Discount||Availability||Price|
|4 Oct 18||13 Oct 18||$2,725pp||Request Quote Book Now|
|9 Oct 18||18 Oct 18||$2,725pp||Request Quote Book Now|
|11 Oct 18||20 Oct 18||$2,695pp||Request Quote Book Now|
Price is per person and is based on two people sharing a twin bedded room. Single rooms are available at a supplement.
Single Room Supplement: $1,325.
Gratuities: Option to pre-pay gratuities for Travel Director and Driver $113 per person.
Day 10 End Denver Option: Option available for guests wishing to end in Denver.
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15 meals: 9 full breakfasts, 1 lunch, 5 dinners.
At the end of your guided vacation, it’s customary to offer your motor coach driver and Travel Director a gratuity. We recommend $4-5 per person/per day for your driver and $6-7 per person/per day for your Travel Director. Recommended gratuity for a Local Host and Local Specialist is 1-2 dollars per person, paid at the conclusion of each guided visit. A convenient option is to prepay your tips before your departure.
Baggage on our trips is restricted to one large suitcase per person with dimensions not exceeding 30x19x10 inches and a maximum weight of 50 pounds. You are also permitted one piece of hand luggage, which should be small enough to fit under your coach seat or on the small overhead shelf compartment. Please note that luggage with an adjustable handle and wheels will not fit in the overhead compartment of the coach. Hotel porterage is included in your vacation.
You will need to be comfortable on your feet, walking and standing for up to three hours in various weather conditions. All of our vacations involve walking, often on cobblestone and uneven surfaces in historic city centers. In order to get the most out of your vacation you need to be able to comfortably walk 1-3 miles unassisted in one day, be in good condition and be able to keep pace with the group.
If you need any medications, it is important that you bring enough to last you the whole trip and keep them in your carry-on bag while you travel.
We highly recommend our optional Travel Protection Plan, which allows you to cancel for any reason up to 24 hours before departure. The plan also includes trip interruption, baggage loss or delay, and medical and emergency assistance. Click here for a summary of coverage details, terms and conditions.
Optional Experiences are subject to change. Your Travel Director will supply you with a final list of Optional Experiences available on your trip. Optional Experiences cannot be booked online; they can be purchased during your trip through your Travel Director.
Adult Price: 55.00
Visit the world-renowned gardens surrounding Temple Square, the 35-acre headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These gardens include 250 flower beds, more than 165,000 bedding plants and over 700 varieties of plants from all over the world. After, enjoy dinner at The Roof Restaurant- Utah’s premier gourmet buffet located on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building where you can take in breathtaking views of Temple Square and Downtown Salt Lake City. Approx. duration: 2 hours
Adult Price: 83.00
This gentle 10-mile float trip runs entirely within Grand Teton National Park, and covers the most scenic stretch of the Snake River in the Jackson Hole Valley. The Snake River is a lifeline to the park’s bison, elk, moose, beaver, pronghorn, deer, bear and 300 different species of birds, including osprey and eagles. Your experienced guide offers in-depth information on the geology of the Grand Tetons and the habitats of the animals you may see. Although we can’t guarantee multiple animal sightings, your chances of spotting wildlife on the Snake River – with its lush willows to feed on and deep-water pools for animals to swim in – are greater here than anywhere else in the park. Operates late May – mid Sep, subject to weather conditions. Approx. duration: 3 hours
Adult Price: 40.00
Badlands National Park in southwest South Dakota preserves 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in America. Without a doubt, a hidden gem in the national park system, the unique beauty of the Badlands landscape is like no other. Sightseers as well as scholarly scientists are attracted to the area for its astounding beauty and the opportunity to peek into an ancient world. And no trip to the Badlands would be complete without a stop at famous Wall Drug. An establishment which became known for offering free ice water to thirsty travelers in the 1930s is today one of the top roadside attractions in the country. Approx. duration: 4 hours
Adult Price: 25.00
Join a park ranger at Mount Rushmore’s outdoor amphitheater for this moving patriotic program and sculpture lighting ceremony. The program begins with a short inspirational talk, focusing on the presidents, patriotism and the nation’s history, and is followed by a 20 minute film, “Freedom: America’s Lasting Legacy.” Watch in wonder as the evening culminates in the slow exposure of light to the monument until it is fully illuminated. Be sure to bundle up as the evenings can be cool. Operates seasonally, starting at 9 p.m. Approx. duration: 4 hours
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