1. Bay Area – Sacramento - Elko
Visit the California State Capital - Sacramento. Founded in 1849, Sacramento was at the heart of the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad. In the afternoon head through the famous Donner Pass and enter Nevada - nicknamed the Silver State. Overnight stay in Elko.
Hotel: Red Lion Hotel Elko or similar
2. Elko – Salt Lake - Oregon Trail - Casper
Through the Great Salt Desert in the morning, the saline lake covers an area of around 1,700 square miles, but is subject to substantial fluctuations. Along the Emigration Canyon into Echo Canyon, visit the once traveled Oregon Trail. The trail represents the only corridor to the West. 1843 was known as "The great migration" and over the next 25 years more than a half million people went west on the Trail. The highlights of the trail also includes: the historical landmarks of Independence Rock, Devil's Gate. Overnight stay in Casper.
Hotel: Parkway Plaza Hotel or similar
3. Casper – Crazy Horse Memorial - Mount Rushmore – Devil’s Tower National Monument --Gillette
Travel to Crazy Horse Memorial in the morning. You will witness the world's largest mountain sculpture in progress.
Rising over 563 feet high, Crazy Horse
has come to represent the freedom of the Native American spirit. Then visit Mount Rushmore National Memorial, a monumental granite sculpture by Gutzon Borglum. The monument represents the first 150 years of the history of the United States of America with 60-foot (18 m) sculptures of the heads of former United States presidents : George Washington , Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Thereafter tour Bear country USA, a unique drive-thru wildlife park featuring North American wildlife such as bears, wolves, elk, buffalo in their natural environment. Continue to Devil’s Tower National Monument. ‘Bear Lodge’ was the Native American name for the Tower. This 865 foot column- a remnant of a volcanic eruption was renamed in 1875 by a scientific team escorted by Col. Richard I. Dodge. Overnight stay in Gillette.
Hotel: La Quinta Gillette or similar
4. Gillette – Little Bighorn Battlefield - Yellowstone National Park
Visit the Little Bighorn Battlefield and learn about how General George Custer and his forces were defeated by Sioux warriors on 25 June 1876. It was the biggest victory won by American Indians against the US Army but it was also a turning point for their way of life. Continue on to Yellowstone National Park, the first and oldest National Park in the United States. Highlights include: Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone Falls, Mud Volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs. There are also various wildlife that inhabits the Park from bison, elk, moose, and bear. Over night stay in West Yellowstone.
Hotel: Yellowstone Country Inn; Dude & Roundup; Travelers Lodge; or similar
5. Yellowstone National Park – Grand Teton National Park – Salt Lake City
Continue visit Yellowstone National Park: the Old Faithful Geyser, Rainbow Pool. Continue to Grand Teton National Park. The tallest peak rises to 13,770 feet. Twelve of the peaks in Teton reach above 12,000 feet and support a dozen mountain glaciers. In the afternoon visit the state of Wyoming and visit the western town of Jackson Hole. Arches made of elk antlers decorate the central plaza in this town with plenty of shops and restaurants around the area. Over night stay in Salt Lake City.
Hotel: Red Lion Inn downtown or Four Points Airport or similar
6. Salt Lake City - Hometown
Visit Utah State Capitol Building and Temple Square.
Our tour ends in Salt Lake City, please take hotel’s complimentary shuttle to airport for your return flight.
** Please arrange your return flight from Salt Lake City (SLC) after 12PM.
|Date(s)||Double Occupancy||3rd Person||4th Person||Single Room||Child||Infant|
|2017: Apr 29 - Oct 07 |
|668||298||538||988||same as adult||25/day
Tour Fare Includes:
* Transportation with Liability Insurance
Tour Fare Excludes:
* Mandatory Admission Fee: $100 Per Person for Great Salt Lake,Devil's Tower, Mount Rushmore,Yellowstone National Park admission, Crazy Horse, Little Big Horn, Virginia City,Grand Teton National Park admission
* Optional tours
* Hotel rooms are typically designed and equipped for two travelers. They usually feature a queen- or king-sized bed or two double beds, which are meant to provide adequate comfort for two travelers.
* 3rd person, 4th person or child must share with the 1st & 2nd travelers in the same room (2 double beds). Extra beds, extra items and services (such as extra toiletries and towels) will not be provided.
* Hotels limit occupancy based on local or state fire codes, no more than 4 people to occupy a hotel room, regardless of the ages of the occupants.
* Child fare: for children 2 years of age and above, occupying the same room with 2 adults.
* Children under 2 years old will be charged $25 per day for mandatory General Liability Insurance. It is also to guarantee a seat for the child. If the parents prefer to hold the child, it is considered as forfeiting the seat, but the $25 Per day General Liability Insurance will still be charged.
Cancellations and Policies, please refer to: Terms of Service