America the Beautiful: From Moab to Mount Rushmore

12 days / Nature & Wildlife Tours
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About This Experience

Go west and discover the America of legends and folklore—a place where adventurers and explorers can revel in the extraordinary landscapes and the pioneering spirit. From the graceful sandstone sculptures of Moab to the stern stone faces of Mount Rushmore, this is America at its most majestic, certain to inspire and amaze.

Your Tour Includes

  • Round-trip airfare & transfers

  • 11 nights in handpicked hotels

  • Breakfast daily, 4 three-course dinners with beer or wine

  • Guided sightseeing

  • Tour Director

  • Private deluxe motor coach

  • Select entrance fees

How's the weather?

  • Denver, Colorado, United States
  • Moab, Utah, United States
  • Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
  • Jackson, Wyoming, United States
  • Sheridan, Wyoming, United States
  • Rapid City, South Dakota, United States
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  • DEC

Denver, Colorado1 night - hotel info

Day1

Fly high into Colorado Rocky Mountain High

Dinner

Arrive in Denver, Colorado, and check into your hotel. At a Welcome Dinner this evening, meet your fellow travelers.

Moab, Utah2 nights - hotel info

Day2

Westward ho—across the mountain landscapes and into canyon country

Breakfast

Travel through the Rockies and across the Continental Divide on your way to Moab, passing through Vail, the famed ski resort, and stopping in one of the many charming mountain towns along the way for lunch before crossing into Utah’s canyon country.

Day3

Marvel at Mother Nature’s incredible architecture

Optional Excursion - Colorado River Raft Trip

Optional Excursion - Canyonlands by Night Show

Breakfast

Arches National Park

This morning, opt for a rafting tour down the Colorado River. This afternoon, immerse yourself in the red rock sculptures carved by nature over the past 150 million years of Arches National Park, home to more than 2,000 arches, spires, domes, pinnacles and fins. Tonight, enjoy our optional Canyonlands by Night light show on the canyon walls of the Colorado River.

Must be booked 20 days before departure

Optional Excursions

Colorado River Raft Trip $59* pp

Take a leisurely rafting trip down a tranquil stretch of the Colorado River, where you’ll see some of the most majestic sights of the American West. You'lll float through Majestic Castle Valley and past the Fisher Towers during your time on the river. Though your raft will ride a current, you'll travel through the river’s mildest stretch.

Must be booked 20 days before departure

Optional Excursions

Canyonlands by Night Show $79* pp

Kick off your evening with a cowboy-style, Dutch-oven dinner before boarding a flat-bottomed boat. Cruise through the Colorado River and take note of the passage of time etched on the Canyonland walls. During tonight’s show, watch as lights and shadows create ever-shifting colors on the red rock canyons, and listen to the story about the formation, creation and history of the Moab area.

Salt Lake City, Utah1 night - hotel info

Day4

Explore the temples and tabernacles of Salt Lake City

Breakfast

Depart for Salt Lake City, capital of Utah and host city of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. This afternoon, after you’ve arrived and settled into your hotel, take a guided sightseeing tour of the city center, including Temple Square, where you’ll see the six-spired granite Salt Lake Temple, the domed Tabernacle, home to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, or the Gothic-style Assembly Hall.

Jackson, Wyoming2 nights - hotel info

Day5

Motor through purple mountain majesty

Breakfast, Dinner

En route to Jackson, you’ll leave canyon country and into the spectacular peaks of the Rockies, passing through the Bridger and Caribou National Forests, with scenic stops along the way. Tonight, arrive in Jackson and enjoy an included dinner.

Day6

Hike the valleys and scan the peaks of the towering Tetons

Breakfast

Grand Teton National Park

Enjoy a free morning in Jackson, one of the West’s premier arts communities, and then spend the afternoon in Grand Teton National Park, the youngest mountain range in the Rockies. You’ll have the opportunity to explore, take short walks, and view the park’s unique wildlife.

Cody1 night - hotel info

Day7

Get soaked by geysers and watch for wildlife at Yellowstone

Breakfast

Yellowstone National Park

Today’s destination is Yellowstone, the world’s first national park (so designated in 1872). Enjoy an excursion through the wonders of Yellowstone National Park, from the hot springs and geysers to the bison, grizzly bears, elk and wolves. Then, transfer to Cody, named after its most notorious native son, William “Buffalo Bill” Cody.

Sheridan, Wyoming1 night - hotel info

Day8

Follow in the footsteps of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Breakfast

Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum

Today, tour the Buffalo Bill Museum, where you’ll see Sitting Bull’s bow and arrows, Buffalo Bill’s show outfits and Frederick Remington’s Portrait of a Ranch Hand, as well as Buffalo Bill’s grave. Founded in 1921 by Johnny Baker, Buffalo Bill’s foster son, the museum introduces you to the life, times, and legend of William F. Cody. Arrive in Sheridan later this afternoon.

Rapid City, South Dakota2 nights - hotel info

Day9

Walk among the massive monuments of the Black Hills

Breakfast, Dinner

Crazy Horse Monument, Devils Tower National Monument

Cross Wyoming’s high plains and then enter the Black Hills, where you’ll stop to gaze at Devils Tower National Monument, a sacred site for Native Americans which was declared the country’s first national monument by Theodore Roosevelt in 1906. Then, travel through Custer State Park to reach the monument that rivals Mount Rushmore in both size and scope. The world’s largest mountain sculpture, the Crazy Horse Monument is an ongoing memorial to the spirit of the legendary Lakota Chief Crazy Horse and his culture. Tonight, enjoy an included dinner with your group.

Day10

Gaze at the faces of the presidential greats at Mount Rushmore

Breakfast

Mt. Rushmore Visitor’s Center, President’s Walk

This morning, travel on to two of the most otherworldly sights you’ll ever see. First, you’ll visit Badlands National Park, a desolate landscape of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires that look more like a lunar landscape than anything resembling earth. Next, it’s on to Wall Drug, South Dakota’s favorite general store. Aside from the huge jackrabbit sculpture and the wagon out back, the best part of Wall Drug is the fascinating mix of people—and their uniquely decorated cars—that frequent it. This afternoon, travel to Mount Rushmore. Few attractions stir the emotions of pride and patriotism that this monumental site does.

Denver, Colorado1 night - hotel info

Day11

Traverse the windswept, wide open spaces of the Great Plains

Breakfast, Dinner

Head back through Wyoming this morning and make your way to Cheyenne, where you’ll enjoy free time for lunch. Join your fellow travelers tonight in Denver for an included Farewell Dinner.

Flight homefor a day

Day12

Bid farewell to the Wild West

Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

If you are not joining our post-tour extension, begin your return journey home.

Extend Your Stay

Add Denver $299*

Welcome to the Mile High City. Explore Colorado’s vibrant capital, from the blooming botanical gardens to the Molly Brown House to the Denver Mint. Beer lovers can sample some of the nation’s most inventive microbreweries. And nature lovers can spend their time soaking in the greenery and the scenery of this outdoorsy city and the surrounding Rockies on an optional excursion to Pike’s Peak.

Denver, Colorado2 nights - hotel info

Day12

Explore every inch of the Mile High City

Breakfast

Embark on a guided sightseeing tour of Denver this morning, including the botanical gardens, the Denver Mint and the Molly Brown House.

Day13

Steam to the snow-covered summit of Pike’s Peak

Optional Excursion - Pike's Peak

Breakfast

Enjoy a free day in Denver, or join our optional excursion to Pike’s Peak.

Optional Excursions

Pike's Peak $45* pp

Ascend to the summit of Pike’s Peak, the mountain that inspired “America the Beautiful.” Nikola Tesla conducted some of his most electrifying experiments here, but you’ll be swept away by the awe-inspiring views. On this excursion, take a bus to the base of Pike’s Peak, and then enjoy a scenic train ride on a cog railway up the mountain. High atop the Rockies, you’ll have time to explore on your own before returning to Denver. Please note: This excursion includes high elevations, which may difficult for some travelers.

Day14

Leavin’ on a jet plane

Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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About This Experience

Go west and discover the America of legends and folklore—a place where adventurers and explorers can revel in the extraordinary landscapes and the pioneering spirit. From the graceful sandstone sculptures of Moab to the stern stone faces of Mount Rushmore, this is America at its most majestic, certain to inspire and amaze.

Your Tour Includes

  • Round-trip airfare & transfers

  • 11 nights in handpicked hotels

  • Breakfast daily, 3 three-course dinners with beer or wine

  • Guided sightseeing

  • Tour Director

  • Private deluxe motor coach

  • Select entrance fees

How's the weather?

  • Denver, Colorado, United States
  • Moab, Utah, United States
  • Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
  • Jackson, Wyoming, United States
  • Sheridan, Wyoming, United States
  • Rapid City, South Dakota, United States
Temperature Precipitation
  • JAN
  • FEB
  • MAR
  • APR
  • MAY
  • JUN
  • JUL
  • AUG
  • SEP
  • OCT
  • NOV
  • DEC

Denver, Colorado1 night - hotel info

Day1

Fly high into Colorado Rocky Mountain High

Dinner

Arrive in Denver, Colorado, and check into your hotel. At a welcome dinner this evening, meet your fellow travelers.

Moab, Utah2 nights - hotel info

Day2

Westward ho—across the mountain landscapes and into canyon country

Breakfast

Travel through the Rockies and across the Continental Divide on your way to Moab, passing through Vail, the famed ski resort, and stopping in one of the many charming mountain towns along the way for lunch before crossing into Utah’s canyon country.

Day3

Marvel at Mother Nature’s incredible architecture

Optional Excursion - Colorado River Raft Trip

Optional Excursion - Canyonlands by Night Show

Breakfast

Arches National Park

This morning, you may choose to join our optional excursion and start your day off with a rafting tour down the Colorado River. This afternoon, immerse yourself in the red rock sculptures carved by nature over the past 150 million years at Arches National Park, home to more than 2,000 arches, spires, domes, pinnacles and fins. Tonight, consider joining our optional Canyonlands by Night light show on the canyon walls of the Colorado River.

Must be booked 20 days before departure

Optional Excursions

Colorado River Raft Trip $59* pp

Take a leisurely rafting trip down a tranquil stretch of the Colorado River, where you’ll see some of the most majestic sights of the American West. You'lll float through Majestic Castle Valley and past the Fisher Towers during your time on the river. Though your raft will ride a current, you'll travel through the river’s mildest stretch.

Must be booked 20 days before departure

Optional Excursions

Canyonlands by Night Show $79* pp

Kick off your evening with a cowboy-style, Dutch-oven dinner before boarding a flat-bottomed boat. Cruise through the Colorado River and take note of the passage of time etched on the Canyonland walls. During tonight’s show, watch as lights and shadows create ever-shifting colors on the red rock canyons, and listen to the story about the formation, creation and history of the Moab area.

Salt Lake City, Utah1 night - hotel info

Day4

Explore the temples and tabernacles of Salt Lake City

Breakfast

Depart for Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah and host city of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. This afternoon, take a guided sightseeing tour of the city center, including Temple Square, where you’ll see the six-spired granite Salt Lake Temple, the domed Tabernacle, home to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and the Gothic-style Assembly Hall.

Jackson, Wyoming2 nights - hotel info

Day5

Motor through purple mountain majesty

Breakfast, Dinner

En route to Jackson, you’ll leave canyon country and head to the spectacular peaks of the Rockies, passing through the Bridger and Caribou National Forests, with scenic stops along the way. Tonight, arrive in Jackson and enjoy an included dinner.

Day6

Hike the valleys and scan the peaks of the towering Tetons

Breakfast

Grand Teton National Park

Enjoy a free morning in Jackson, one of the West’s premier arts communities, and then spend the afternoon in Grand Teton National Park, the youngest mountain range in the Rockies. You’ll have the opportunity to explore, take short walks and view the park’s unique wildlife.

Cody1 night - hotel info

Day7

Get soaked by geysers and watch for wildlife at Yellowstone

Breakfast

Yellowstone National Park

Travel through the Rockies and across the Continental Divide on your way to Moab, passing through Vail, the famed ski resort, and stopping in one of the many charming mountain towns along the way for lunch before crossing into Utah’s canyon country.

Sheridan, Wyoming1 night - hotel info

Day8

Follow in the footsteps of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Breakfast

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Today, tour the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, where you’ll see Sitting Bull’s bow and arrows, Buffalo Bill’s show outfits and Frederick Remington’s Portrait of a Ranch Hand, as well as Buffalo Bill’s grave. Founded in 1921 by Johnny Baker, Buffalo Bill’s foster son, the museum introduces you to the life, times, and legend of William F. Cody. Arrive in Sheridan later this afternoon.

Rapid City, South Dakota2 nights - hotel info

Day9

Walk among the massive monuments of the Black Hills

Breakfast

Crazy Horse Monument, Devils Tower National Monument

Cross Wyoming’s high plains and then enter the Black Hills. Here you’ll stop to gaze at Devils Tower National Monument, a sacred site for Native Americans that was declared the country’s first national monument by Theodore Roosevelt in 1906. Then, travel through Custer State Park to reach the monument that rivals Mount Rushmore in both size and scope. The world’s largest mountain sculpture, the Crazy Horse Monument is an ongoing memorial to the spirit of the legendary Lakota Chief Crazy Horse and his culture. Continue on to Rapid City, where you’ll spend the evening.

Day10

Gaze at the faces of the presidential greats at Mount Rushmore

Breakfast

Mount Rushmore Visitor's Center, President’s Walk

This morning, travel on to two of the most otherworldly sights you’ll ever see. First, you’ll visit Badlands National Park, a desolate landscape of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires that look more like a lunar landscape than anything resembling Earth. Next, it’s on to Wall Drug, South Dakota’s favorite general store. Aside from the huge jackrabbit sculpture and the wagon out back, the best part of Wall Drug is the fascinating mix of people—and their uniquely decorated cars—that frequent it. This afternoon, travel to Mt. Rushmore. Few attractions stir the emotions of pride and patriotism that this monumental site does.

Denver, Colorado1 night - hotel info

Day11

Traverse the windswept, wide open spaces of the Great Plains

Breakfast, Dinner

Head back through Wyoming this morning and make your way to Cheyenne, where you’ll enjoy free time to grab lunch. Later, travel to Denver and gather with your fellow travelers to reminisce about your adventures at an included farewell dinner.

Flight homefor a day

Day12

Bid farewell to the Wild West

Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

If you are not joining our post-tour extension, begin your return journey home.

Extend Your Stay

Add Denver $299*

Welcome to the Mile High City. Explore Colorado’s vibrant capital, from the blooming botanical gardens to the Molly Brown House to the Denver Mint. Beer lovers can sample some of the nation’s most inventive microbreweries. And nature lovers can spend their time soaking in the greenery and the scenery of this outdoorsy city and the surrounding Rockies on an optional excursion to Pike’s Peak.

Denver, Colorado2 nights - hotel info

Day12

Explore every inch of the Mile High City

Breakfast

Embark on a guided sightseeing tour of Denver this morning, including the botanical gardens, the Denver Mint and the Molly Brown House.

Day13

Steam to the snow-covered summit of Pike’s Peak

Optional Excursion - Pike's Peak

Breakfast

Enjoy a free day in Denver, or join our optional excursion to Pike’s Peak.

Optional Excursions

Pike's Peak $45* pp

Ascend to the summit of Pike’s Peak, the mountain that inspired “America the Beautiful.” Nikola Tesla conducted some of his most electrifying experiments here, but you’ll be swept away by the awe-inspiring views. On this excursion, take a bus to the base of Pike’s Peak, and then enjoy a scenic train ride on a cog railway up the mountain. High atop the Rockies, you’ll have time to explore on your own before returning to Denver. Please note: This excursion includes high elevations, which may difficult for some travelers.

Day14

Leavin’ on a jet plane

Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Passport & Visa

Valid government-issued identification is required for air travel within the United States. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please be sure to have your required identification with you as well.

Transportation / Walking on tour

All included transportation on your tour is by private motor coach.

Baggage Allowance

Airlines have varying weight restrictions on luggage. Be advised that most domestic airlines impose additional charges if you choose to check any baggage, and that you are responsible for any such costs. Contact your airline for detailed information regarding luggage size and weight restrictions for your flight, but please note that Go Ahead travelers are restricted to one checked bag per person due to storage limitations on motor coaches and other internal transfers, which may include train connections or flights. One carry-on bag is also permitted, provided that it does not exceed 45 total inches (length + width + height).  Make sure you label your baggage and carry valuables, medication and documents in your carry-on bag.

Clothing & Packing Tips

Light, loose-fitting clothing that provides comfort when exploring the sights is essential for your tour. A sun hat, sunglasses and a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers are recommended for sightseeing. Hiking boots might come in handy, if you plan to do any extensive walking or hiking. It’s always a good idea to be prepared for any eventuality—a lightweight sports jacket and emergency rainwear are advised. Restaurants are typically informal in this region of the United States.

Health

Please be aware that you will be traveling at altitudes between 7,000 and 9,000 feet above sea level on this tour. These high altitudes can sometimes cause difficulty breathing and other health problems with travelers who have heart problems or respiratory ailments. If you suffer from any of these conditions, please speak to your doctor regarding any potential health risks. Even healthy travelers may sometimes experience altitude sickness, a temporary condition featuring symptoms of headache, fatigue, nausea and  light-headedness. Until your body acclimates to the higher altitudes, we suggest that you drink plenty of fluids and limit your intake of caffeine and alcohol. Otherwise, there are no major health risks when traveling to this region. During the summer months, take care for sun exposure and heat. It is always advisable to check with your doctor or health-care provider for the latest updates and personal travel requirements.

Cuisine

One of the most enjoyable aspects of traveling is the delightful variety of local cuisine—even if you’re not traveling abroad. Most of the cuisine on this tour is well-known to Americans, but look out for delicious Rocky Mountain regional specialties.

Currency

U.S. dollars will be the currency on your tour.

Tipping

At the conclusion of your tour, it is customary to offer your Tour Director and driver a gratuity. We recommend tipping $3USD/CAD per person per day for your driver and $6USD/CAD to $9USD/CAD per person per day for your Tour Director. If applicable, we also recommend $2USD/CAD per local guide. Tips can only be paid in cash.

Best tour director!!!

This was an excellent tour. I had the good fortune to have Nancy O'Kane Schrag as my tour director. She is beyond good. She is the most intelligent, hardworking, charming, exciting and compassionate tour director. She made this trip fantastic. The sights were amazing. Our country is truly one of the most beautiful. Nancy went out of her way to make make this trip an unforgetable experience. Our busdriver Jerry was also excellent. He was a safe driver, courteous and friendly. I highly recommend this trip especially if Nancy is your tour director.


5 / 5

Traveled On: 9/5/2012

Number of Past Tours: 9

From: NY

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Beautiful Tour!

Our tour director Stevyn and driver Dale collaborated multiple times every single to give us an experience we could never forget, and they succeeded! Stevyn has a vast knowledge and answered every question after giving a very detailed history about the area or site. Dale pulled off the highways when there was something special to stop and see along the way. Despite floods causing his family to evacuate their home, Dale was very friendly, smiling and calm whenever we were near him! Stevyn entertained us with the stories of his adventures on long rides, and expanded our stops so we could visit more sites! Our ride back to Denver was tricky due to the floods in Boulder, but between Stevyn and Dale, we returned safely, with yet another state visited! In one word, the trip was awesome!

5 / 5

Traveled On: 9/4/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: FL

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Wonderful scenery, great tour

America is really beautiful when the tour is lead by Nancy. She told us so many interesting things about each place we were going to visit that I couldn't wait to get there. She kept us entertained, hydrated, and educated. Touring by bus is the only way to travel. See you on the road.

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5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/3/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: TX

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

America IS Beautiful!

There is so much beauty in our own country that we either take for granted or do not realize that it is here. Although traveling all over the world is a wonderful and enlightening experience, it is important to see and experience what we have. To travel around the national parks and adjoining areas with an excellent tour director really opened our eyes to the history and majesty of our country. Think of the words to "America the Beautiful" and you will get an idea of our experience - from the spacious skies and purple mountain majesties to huge fields of grain. Nancy proved again to be an amazing fount of knowledge as well as a superior entertainer! We met friendly and interesting people from all over the United States and made good and lasting friendships. All in all, a great adventure!

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/3/2013

Number of Past Tours: 15

From: NC

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Best tour and tour director ever

We have been on 31 Cruises, and 5 land tours, with many tours on the cruises, and this tour, America The Beautiful was the best ever, and Nancy was truly outstanding. She was every where, taking care of all of us in an outstanding manner, with nothing left to chance. She went well above and beyond anyone we have traveled with. Our driver, Patrick was great, one of the best we have ridden with. As for the tour, everything was great, hotels, food, and above all the sites that we visited, We highly recommend this tour to anyone that wants to see some of the truly great sites of the west.

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/3/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: TX

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

fabulos tour

this tour was great nancy and lucky made this enjoyable and were fountians of knowledge. anyone who wants to see the rockies greatest highlights this is your tour.

4 / 5

Traveled On: 5/25/2011

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: RI

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

America is Beautiful

Our America the Beautiful was breathtaking. We covered over 2800 miles and took in many spectacular sites - - Arches National Park, The Grand Tetons, Devil's Tower, Temple Square in Salt Lake City, and Mt. Rushmore to name a few. Our tour guide, Nancy, was wonderful! She always went the extra mile to ensure that fun was had by all! Our driver, Jerry, was a terrific driver and contributed his knowledge of our destinations. The group we traveled with was a good mix and fit. Our experience was memorable and we would certainly recommend this tour.

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/11/2012

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: SC

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 4 / 5

America the Beautiful

Fantastic from beginning at the airport to ending at the airport Please see additional comments under Please Tell Why I would recommend Go Ahead Tours to a friend.

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/11/2012

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: VA

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

America IS beautiful!!

Our trip to national parks in UT, WY, and SD was fabulous. We saw lots of wildlife, gorgeous scenery, and interesting places. My favorite town was Jackson, Wyoming. It is such a clean cowboy town with lots to do. We enjoyed the theater and saw the Ballad of Cat Ballou. Yellowstone Park is the best because of all the variety in the park such as geysers, mudpots, springs that bubble colors, and the number and variety of wildlife. I loved seeing so many prairie dog towns on the journey. We don't have this on the east coast. They are so cute and unafraid of people. Another favorite place was the Badlands. They have a unique beauty you can't imagine in the desert. Our tour guide, Nancy Schrag, was the one who made the trip so enjoyable. She revised when we would see what so that we made the best use of time and didn't spend so much time on the bus. I love the many ways she shared what we were going to see and do. She's a "natural" for the job and an expert on the tour. I highly recommend this tour especially if you have Nancy as your guide.

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/11/2012

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: VA

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Go Ahead excels again!!!

We can't say enough wonderful things about this tour experience. The scenery, the wild life, the extra tours, the accomodations, and most especially, Nancy, our tour director, were fantastic. It has been our experience that Go Ahead's tour directors go above and beyond to make sure the tours are a success. We saw big horn sheep and a heard of buffalo cross the road in front of our bus and a gyser that went off as we were leaving the site of Old Faithful that made Old Faithful look like old wimpy. The only disappointing item on the entire trip was the Canyon by night tour. The narration was good; the meal was good, the boat ride was nice but the lights fell well short of our expectations. I would highly recommend this tour.

5 / 5

Traveled On: 7/11/2012

Number of Past Tours: 4

From: VA

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

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