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    • •FREE UPGRADE of Lodging Inside Yellowstone for one night is Available On a First Come First Serve Bases!!!
    • •In-depth Yellowstone tours.
    • •Visit 15 most popular attractions in Yellowstone park! 
    • •Take an in-depth tour of the famous Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
    • •Take an in-depth tour of Devil's Peak and watch the masterpieces of nature up close on the trail around the mountain!
    • • Across the Rocky Mountains and explore the Golden Triangle!
    • • In-depth tour of Salt Lake City, Jackson, and Grand Teton National Park, Arches National Park!
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The itinerary will be subject to traffic and weather. In case of attraction closures (due to holidays or construction, etc.), the tour guide may make some necessary changes to the itinerary accordingly. 

Guests need to wear masks on bus.

 

 

Itinerary
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  • Day01
  • Denver - Cheyenne Hotel:Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center Cheyenne OR Same level

Day 1: Denver - Cheyenne

Introduction:

Denver

Colorado's capital city located between the Rocky Mountains and High Plains is nicknamed "The Mile-High City" as its elevation is one mile above sea level. Denver started in 1858 as a gold mining camp along the South Platte River and was named after Kansas Territorial Gov. James Denver. City points of interest are Denver Art Museum, Colorado State Capitol, U.S. Mint, Blue Bear at Denver Convention Center, Larimer Square, LoDo Historic District and Confluence Park.

Tour Overview:

Take a pleasant flight to Denver, the State Capital of Colorado! Please meet our friendly tour guide at Baggage Claim #6 located inside the East Terminal by 1:30PM. Drive to the State House of Colorado and Civic Center for sightseeing. Proceed to 16st Street Mall, home to some of Denver’s most historical buildings, and enjoy some free time. Drive to and stay overnight in the State Capitol of Wyoming, City of Cheyenne.

Itinerary:

Denver airport pick-up → Colorado State Capitol Building (40 mins) → The 16th St Mall, Denver (90 mins) → Cheyenne

Hotel:

Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center Cheyenne OR Same level

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day02
  • Crazy Horse Monument - Mount Rushmore National Memorial - Devil's Tower - Gillette Hotel:Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Gillette Conference Center OR Same level

Day 2: Crazy Horse Monument - Mount Rushmore National Memorial - Devil's Tower - Gillette

Introduction:

Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse was a Lakota war leader of the Oglala band in the 19th century. He took up arms against the United States federal government to fight against encroachment by white American settlers on Native American territory and to preserve the traditional way of life of the Lakota people. His participation in several famous battles of the Black Hills War on the northern Great Plains, among them the Fetterman Fight in 1866 in which he acted as a decoy and the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876 in which he led a war party to victory, earned him great respect from both his enemies and his own people.

Mount Rushmore National Park

The epic 5,725-foot tall monument features the 60-foot granite carved faces of the four United States presidents of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Mount Rushmore National Memorial was sculpted by Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln Borglum between 1927-39 and the idea was thought up by historian Doane Robinson to bring tourists to the Black Hills area of South Dakota. The concept worked as the national landmark on 1,278 acres is visited by almost three million people every year. Nearby related attractions include Lincoln Borglum Visitor Center, Presidential Trail and the Sculptor's Studio.

Devils Tower

Devils Tower (also known as Bear Lodge Butte) is a butte, possibly laccolithic, composed of igneous rock in the Bear Lodge Ranger District of the Black Hills, near Hulett and Sundance in Crook County, northeastern Wyoming, above the Belle Fourche River. It rises 1,267 feet (386 m) above the Belle Fourche River, standing 867 feet (265 m) from summit to base. The summit is 5,112 feet (1,559 m) above sea level.

Devils Tower was the first United States National Monument, established on September 24, 1906, by President Theodore Roosevelt.The monument's boundary encloses an area of 1,347 acres (545 ha).

In recent years, about 1% of the monument's 400,000 annual visitors climbed Devils Tower, mostly using traditional climbing techniques.

Tour Overview:

Drive to Crazy Horse Indian Memorial this morning and sightsee world’s largest mountain carving! Created by the hands of both Americans and Natives, the monumental mountain carving stands today in honor of a true hero who fought for freedom, Crazy Horse.  The Most Famous Icon of America, Mt. Rushmore is our next stop. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, look down from their stony height and remind everyone even impossible is possible! Next drive to the first National Monument in the world, Devil’s Tower! The tower rises over 1,200 feet above the valley, and the hexagonal columns that make up the tower are truly unique and rare, and the tallest and largest in the world! Long known by Native Americans as “Bear’s Dwelling”, the tower is also featured in famous movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”. Stay overnight in Gillette Wyoming.

Itinerary:

Cheyenne → Crazy Horse Monument (60 mins) → Mount Rushmore National Memorial (90 mins) → Devil's Tower (45 mins) → Gillette

Hotel:

Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Gillette Conference Center OR Same level

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day03
  • Rocky Mountains - Yellowstone National Park Hotel:White Buffalo West Yellowstone OR Country Inn West Yellowstone OR Dude & Roundup West Yellowstone OR Travelers Lodge West Yellowstone OR Same level

Day 3: Rocky Mountains - Yellowstone National Park

Introduction:

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, the America's first national park that was designated in 1872 boasts the largest geyser collection in the world including Old Faithful and is located in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Containing over 2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is home to the largest high-altitude lake in North America and one of the biggest petrified forests in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park also features 290-plus waterfalls, more than 70 different mammals, 322 bird species, 1,100+ plant species, 12 campgrounds and 9 visitor's centers. There are plenty of bus, snowmobiling, hiking, bird watching, and horseback guided tours in Yellowstone National Park. A Yellowstone tour will bring you to popular sites such as Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Lake, Mammoth Hot Springs, Grand Prismatic Spring, and much, much more! With so much to see and do, you'll need multiple days to explore this amazing national park with a Yellowstone vacation package.

West Yellowstone

Located right next to Yosemite National Park, this Montana town is a popular destination for lodging, restaurants, stores, and other amenities for visitors to the park. West Yellowstone was established in 1908 when the Oregon Short Line Railroad was created and named after Yellowstone National Park in 1920. It is separated into residential and commercial sections.

Tour Overview:

Drive through the Rockies this morning, enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way! Endless stretch of mountains decorated by glaciers and snow, blooming flowers and lush forests, rivers and waterfalls, outline the picturesque view! Try to spot wild animals from your deluxe coach! Arrive in Yellowstone National Park – World’s First National Park at noon. Yellowstone is home to world’s largest super volcano and over 10,000 geothermal features. Here you can find almost everything you expect to see in a national park! Snow covered mountains, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, canyons, meadows, herds of buffalos, elks… and the most amazing geothermal features in the world! Geysers, hot springs, fumaroles and mud pots are the wonders that make YS truly unique. Stay overnight in West Yellowstone.

Itinerary:

Gillette → Pass by Rocky Mountains → Yellowstone National Park (3 hours, we will head to Upper Yellowstone Falls, Artist's Point Spring, Hayden Valley, Yellowstone Valley, Mud Volcano, Fishing Bridge and other attractions, The tour guide will be adjusted according to the actual situation of the day, please refer to the actual arrangement.)

Hotel:

White Buffalo West Yellowstone OR Country Inn West Yellowstone OR Dude & Roundup West Yellowstone OR Travelers Lodge West Yellowstone OR Same level

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day04
  • Yellowstone National Park (Full Day) Hotel:Grant Village Yellowstone (Free Upgrade, First Come First Served) or West Yellowstone Hotel

Day 4: Yellowstone National Park (Full Day)

Introduction:

West Yellowstone

Located right next to Yosemite National Park, this Montana town is a popular destination for lodging, restaurants, stores, and other amenities for visitors to the park. West Yellowstone was established in 1908 when the Oregon Short Line Railroad was created and named after Yellowstone National Park in 1920. It is separated into residential and commercial sections.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, the America's first national park that was designated in 1872 boasts the largest geyser collection in the world including Old Faithful and is located in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Containing over 2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is home to the largest high-altitude lake in North America and one of the biggest petrified forests in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park also features 290-plus waterfalls, more than 70 different mammals, 322 bird species, 1,100+ plant species, 12 campgrounds and 9 visitor's centers. There are plenty of bus, snowmobiling, hiking, bird watching, and horseback guided tours in Yellowstone National Park. A Yellowstone tour will bring you to popular sites such as Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Lake, Mammoth Hot Springs, Grand Prismatic Spring, and much, much more! With so much to see and do, you'll need multiple days to explore this amazing national park with a Yellowstone vacation package.

Old Faithful

This natural wonder located in Upper Geyser Basin is certainly the most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park and possibly the world with its eruptions occurring every 60-110 minutes spewing from 3,700-8,400 gallons of hot water anywhere from 106-184 feet in the air. Old Faithful was named during the Washburn Expedition of 1870 because of its predictability of eruptions that can last as long as five minutes. The nearby U.S. National Historic Landmark Old Faithful Inn and other unique structures are located within the Old Faithful Historic District.

Tour Overview:

Enjoy a full day adventure in World’s First National Park! Sightsee Grand Prismatic Spring, Fountain Paint Pots, and Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Yellowstone River, Norris Geyser Basin. Wonders come one after another! 

Itinerary:

West Yellowstone → Yellowstone National Park (8 hours)

Kindly Reminder:

Yellowstone tours departing from 05/28/2022 to 10/08/2022, if you book 30 days in advance, you will have the opportunity to upgrade to the Yellowstone Lake Grant Village for one night for free. The number is limited, first come first served, while stocks last. If the Lake Grant Village is sold out, and it will be arranged to stay in White Buffalo West Yellowstone, Country Inn West Yellowstone, Dude RoundUp West Yellowstone, Travelers Lodge West Yellowstone or similar.

Hotel:

Grant Village Yellowstone (Free Upgrade, First Come First Served) or West Yellowstone Hotel

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day05
  • Yellowstone National Park - Grand Teton National Park - Jackson - Salt Lake City Hotel:Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Airport OR Same level

Day 5: Yellowstone National Park - Grand Teton National Park - Jackson - Salt Lake City

Introduction:

Grand Teton National park

More than 300,000 acres of pristine wilderness awaits visitors to this Wyoming national park that was named after the highest summit in its Teton Mountain Range and has 200-plus miles of trails. Grand Teton National Park only included the Teton Mountains and six lakes when it was created back in 1929. It expanded throughout the years to include Jackson Hole National Monument, a 35,000-acre land donation from John D. Rockefeller Jr. and more federal property. The park's habitats are alpine, forests, sage brush and rivers, lakes and ponds with 61 species of mammals and 1,000-plus species of plants. Points of interest are the Snake River, Mount Moran, Jackson Lake, Grand Teton and Murie Ranch.

Jackson

Often confused with the valley of Jackson Hole, this Wyoming cowboy town is located five miles from the scenic Grand Teton National Park. Jackson was traversed by explorer John Colter during the Lewis & Clark Expedition in 1807 and 1808. The city is a popular tourist spot thanks to its proximity Grand Teton, Yellowstone National Park, National Elk Refuge, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and other ski resorts. Jackson's Town Square entrance's all have antler archways

Great Salt Lake

The largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere is located in Northern Utah and is about 75 miles long, but frequently oscillates. Great Salt Lake is what remains of the prehistoric 20,000-square-mile Lake Bonneville and is sometimes called "America's Dead Sea." The lake contains brine shrimp and its surrounding region is home to many birds and mammals. Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake state parks are situated on the body of water that is surrounded by pristine white sand beaches. Popular spots on the lake are Spiral Jetty, Black Rock, Great Salt Lake Marina, Kennecott Inland Sea Shorebird Reserve, Locomotive Springs and Bridger Bay Beach. The lake has a greater salinity than the ocean.

Salt Lake City

Utah's capital is the state's most populated city and is bordered by The Great Salt Lake, Wasatch Mountains and Oquirrh Mountains. Salt Lake City was founded in 1848 by Mormons and contains the home base of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Skiing and other winter sports are popular during the winter with many world class resorts in and around the city and its alpine mountain peaks. Rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking bring visitors in the warmer months. Salt Lake City's most popular attraction is the 10-acre Temple Square containing the majestic Salt Lake Temple.

Tour Overview:

Continue to explore Yellowstone National Park this morning. Then travel along the Snake River to Grand Teton National Park, where we see this natural wonder's amazing view. Travel to Jackson, a famous cowboy town as well as a world’s renowned vacation destination. Be sure to visit the Elk Antler Arches Square located in the center of Jackson! Arrive in Salt Lake City to visit the Great Salt Lake, known as the America’s Dead Sea. Stay overnight in Salt Lake City

Itinerary:

West Yellowstone → Yellowstone National Park (40 mins, stop at West Thumb Geyser Basin) → Grand Teton National Park (60 mins) → Jackson → Elk Antler Arches Park (60 mins) → Great Salt Lake (20 mins) → Salt Lake City

Kindly Reminder: Before the South Entrance of Yellowstone opens on May 10th, some attractions in Yellowstone may be closed due to snow, and additional stops will be made to replace according to weather and road conditions. 

For schedules departing from 06/11, 07/02, 07/09, the hotel information on that day is: Ramada by Wyndham Salt Lake City Airport Hotel or similar.

Hotel:

Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Airport OR Same level

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day06
  • Salt Lake City Hotel:Ramada by Wyndham Grand Junction OR Same level

Day 6: Salt Lake City

Introduction:

Temple Square

This stunning 35-acre site consisting of exquisite Mormon monuments and temples, historic landmarks, lush gardens and fine restaurants is Utah's most popular tourist attraction. Located in Downtown Salt Lake City, Temple Square was created in 1853 and welcomes three to five million visitors per year. Its centerpiece is the divine Salt Lake Temple that is the worshiping place of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Other points of interest of the U.S. National Historic Landmark are Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, Seagull Monument, Family History Library, Museum of Church History and Art, Mormon Pioneer Memorial Monument and its two visitor's centers.

Salt Lake City

Utah's capital is the state's most populated city and is bordered by The Great Salt Lake, Wasatch Mountains and Oquirrh Mountains. Salt Lake City was founded in 1848 by Mormons and contains the home base of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Skiing and other winter sports are popular during the winter with many world class resorts in and around the city and its alpine mountain peaks. Rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking bring visitors in the warmer months. Salt Lake City's most popular attraction is the 10-acre Temple Square containing the majestic Salt Lake Temple.

Arches National Park

This 36,359-acre Utah national park situated along the Colorado River features more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches including its most photographed Delicate Arch. Arches National Park's landscape has been forming and changing for millions of years. It was made a national park in 1971 being previously named a national monument in 1929. Points of interest are Delicate Arch, Wolfe Ranch, Courthouse Wash Panel, Elephant Butte, Courthouse Towers, The Organ, Fiery Furnace, Balanced Rock and Landscape Arch. The book "Desert Solitaire" was written by author Edward Abbey from his journals during his time as a park ranger.

Utah State Capitol

The beautiful Corinthian structure located in Salt Lake City underwent a major restoration project from 2004-08 and contains Utah state government offices. The Utah State Capitol that opened in 1916 was designed by architect Richard Kletting is filled with important art, historic relics and many sculptures. Notable attractions are the state House and Senate chambers, Supreme Court chambers, visitor center and the interior of the rotunda. The Capitol Hill grounds also feature a reflection pool and office buildings as well as monuments to state law enforcement, Mormon Battalion and the Vietnam War.

Tour Overview:

Drive to Capitol Hill this morning, and visit the most expensive and magnificent State House in America, Utah State Capitol! Take walk in the State Capitol building, and amazed by the architecture, sculptures and the rich history behind it. Temple Square is our next stop! Follow Mormon Missionary sisters’ lead and see the virtue kingdom for LDS church, the Temple Square, and learn the history and teachings of the LDS Church. 

Itinerary:

Utah State Capitol (30 mins) → Temple Square (40 mins) 

Drive to Arches National Park in the afternoon, home to world’s highest concentration of natural sandstone arches. The park covers 73000 acres where over 2000 arches have been found. Over time, water, ice and erosion have shaped the region into the geological wonder it is today. Balanced Rock, Windows, Three Gossips…You may even discover an arch yourself! Stay overnight in Grand Junction.

Itinerary:

Arches National Park (3 hours) → Grand Junction

Hotel:

Ramada by Wyndham Grand Junction OR Same level

Meals:

Self-care
  • Day07
  • Rockies - Vail - Denver

Day 7: Rockies - Vail - Denver

Introduction:

Denver

Colorado's capital city located between the Rocky Mountains and High Plains is nicknamed "The Mile-High City" as its elevation is one mile above sea level. Denver started in 1858 as a gold mining camp along the South Platte River and was named after Kansas Territorial Gov. James Denver. City points of interest are Denver Art Museum, Colorado State Capitol, U.S. Mint, Blue Bear at Denver Convention Center, Larimer Square, LoDo Historic District and Confluence Park.

Red Rock Park

Spectacular colors, dramatic cliffs and fascinating rock formations make this California state park situated between the Sierra Nevada and El Paso mountains the perfect natural setting for sightseeing and recreational activities. The 27,000-acre Red Rock Canyon State Park was created in 1968 and its region was a settlement for the Kawaiisu Native Americans and a thoroughfare for many pioneers. It has been used as a filming location for many movies including "The Outlaw," "The Big Country," "Jurassic Park," "The Mummy," and "Savages."

Tour Overview:

stretch of entire Rocky Mountains, and the highest point of all interstate highways in America. Cross the continental divide and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way! Arrive at Vail, the best of Golden Triangle of Colorado Rockies! Vail is a world-renowned vacation and ski destination, and home to World’s best ski resorts. Visit Red Rock Amphitheatre located in Rocky Mountains overlooking Greater Denver Area next. Arrive at Denver International Airport afterwards and finish our pleasant 7-day Yellowstone and Mt Rushmore Tour.

Itinerary:

Grand Junction → Across the Rockies → Vail & Lunch (120 mins) → Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre (45 mins) → Denver International Airport(DEN)

Transfer:

Denver International Airport (DEN), Complimentary airport drop-off service on last day of the tour: DEN airport please book flight after 16:00.

Meals:

Self-care

Notice:

We offer a complimentary Denver airport drop-off service. Please book the flight after 16:00 pm.

Pricing

Pricing

Inclusion

1. Transportation (The type of vehicle used will be based on the number of guests attending that day).

2. Professional driver and/or guide.

3. Hotel (Nights are one day less than the total number of tour days).

Exclusion

1. Food and beverage.

2. Transportation to the departure boarding point.

3. Service fee (minimum USD$12/person/day, any child and Infant reserving a seat have to pay the service fees as well).

4. Personal expenses (such as food & beverage, telephone surcharge, etc.).

5. Mandatory and optional attraction admission fee (Prices are subject to change without prior notice).

6. Any expenses are not listed in Fee Included.

Optional Tours/Activities

ItemsPricesRemark
MA7 Mandatory FeeEveryone: $190.00
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Transfer Info

Denver International Airport (DEN), Complimentary airport pick-up is available at 13:30.

Special Notes
Tips

* Customer under 18 years old MUST be accompanied by at least one adult.

* This tour does not accept any City Pass or your own tickets for the attraction. Passengers who take this tour need to purchase admission tickets from tour escort on the departure date. Otherwise, we will stop providing services on the day. 

* We make every effort to provide on-time service, it does not guarantee to arrive at or depart from any point as a specific time, which may be affected by any number of factor including weather, traffic, strikes, government shutdowns, war or terrorist attacks, or mechanical problem. 

* Please reach the departure point on time and follow the arrangement of a tour escort.

* Before doing an individual activity or leaving the group, please get the agreement of the tour guide. 

* Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.

* Non-complimentary-airport-pickup time, we provide paid airport pick-up service, detailed information refers to Day 1. 

* Domestic flights guests wait for tour escort at luggage area; International flights guests wait for tour escort at the exit of the terminal building.

* Hotel arrangements will be changed depending on the season. You can confirm your hotel information while you are on tour with your tour guide. 

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