North American Bucket List Tours

These top five North American Bucket List Tours offer travelers an experience of a lifetime! Travelers wishing to stay Within the borders of the United States and Canada will be rewarded with the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful sights in the world! Reduced travel times allows you not only to save more money, it also allows more to visit these magnificent natural wonders of the world! You can’t go wrong booking any of the outstanding “Bucket List” tours.

America’s Canyon Country, Featuring Four National Parks
June 19 – June 27, 2018

An early summer visit to America’s legendary canyons is the ultimate time to enjoy this three-state tour of our nation’s rugged and majestic grandeur! Bryce, Glen and the mighty Grand Canyon join a list of national parks and monuments that will delight and amaze.

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Arrive in Las Vegas for an exciting night in the “City of Lights!”
Touring takes you to Arizona to visit the Old Mormon fort at Pipe Spring National
Monument and is followed by a two-night stay at the North Rim of the magnificent
Grand Canyon National Park. Experience the Grand Canyon with an excursion to
Cape Royal and Point Imperial! A scenic drive along Vermillion Cliffs National
Monument brings you to the impressive Colorado River Gorge. Your visit to Utah’s
incredible Glen Canyon Dam is followed by a scenic cruise on beautiful Lake Powell.
Travel to the Navajo National Monument to view Betakakin Ruins, Cliff Dwellings of the Hopi Indians.

Visit Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park for a traditional Navajo lunch
and guided four-wheel drive jeep tour. Visit Natural Bridges National Monument and
Capitol Reef National Park where white sandstone “domes” cap massive reef-like
cliffs. A visit to the Puebloan Ruins in Edge of Cedars State Park, Utah, precedes
sightseeing and a picnic lunch at Natural Bridges National Monument. Later this
day, take a scenic drive to the impressive Capitol Reef National Park. The final two
days highlight two well-known canyons…Bryce Canyon National Park, with its “Pink
Cliffs,” and Zion National Park, where the Virgin River carved the dramatic multi-hued sandstone, shale, and limestone. Look up at the towering rock walls surrounding you on all sides as you tour this incredible natural wonder aboard open-air sightseeing trams.
Landscape unseen by most of America is worth its price in Gold!

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Pacific Coast Journey
Oregon’s Coast and San Francisco
June 23 – July 1, 2018

Revel in the natural beauty of the Pacific Coast, offering some of our country’s most stunning scenery. Your tour explores Oregon’s coastline, the magnificent redwood trees, lush vineyards and the exciting “City by the Bay,” San Francisco. Arrive in Portland for two nights. While here visit the Columbia River Gorge including Multnomah Falls and Bonneville Lock and Dam. A guided tour of Portland includes the Old Town Historic District. Explore the Oregon Coast as you travel south – highlights include the dramatic scenery along the Three Capes Scenic Drive, a Dune buggy ride through Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, a Rogue River Jetboat trip, and a visit to Crater Lake National Park, where rain and snow filled the empty caldera of an ancient volcano. See brilliant blue waters to a depth of almost 2000 feet, creating the deepest lake in North America. Follow the Western Rim Drive for unmatched panoramic views. As you work your way south into California, see the gigantic trees of Redwood National Park. Your tour ends with a two-night stay in San Francisco. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and discover the “City by the Bay.” Don’t miss one of America’s most beautiful regions!

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Colorado’s Historic Trains
Five Scenic Rail Excursions
July 20 – 28, 2018

Follow the historic routes of the Old West with excursions on FIVE scenic railroads. Then see amazing rock formations and the natural beauty of three national parks. Trapacific coastvel north along the Arkansas River Valley aboard the Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad; Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, voted one of the “Top Ten Most Exciting Rail Journeys in the World” Ride through the Rockies aboard the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. The Royal Gorge Route Railroad takes you across the famous Hanging Bridge. Climb 7539 feet on the Pike Peak Cog Railway. Visit Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde National Park and Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park. Travel via motor coach to the U.S. Air Force Academy and its famous Cadet Chapel (when available.) See the stunning Garden of the Gods, a 1,300-acre park where flora and fauna reflect the rich diversity of the terrain.

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Canadian Rockies, Glacier National Park
Banff, Jasper and Lake Louise
August 4 – 12, 2018

canadian rockiesLush forests, mighty rivers, and immense glaciers welcome visitors to the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Lanky cowboys and lake cruises await you amid the crisp air and pristine waters of the north. Start off your tour in one of North America’s most rugged and beautiful cities, Calgary. Dine at the Prince of Whales Hotel in a romantic alpine chalet atmosphere. Cruise Upper Waterton Lake in Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park. Spend two nights at the historic Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier. Travel the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road in the Red Bus through Glacier National Park. Spend two nights in the town of Banff and two nights in Jasper. Enjoy activities such as a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain for a breathtaking view of the Banff village valley, a Snocoach excursion on Columbia Icefield’s Athabasca Glacier-the largest in North America, a walk on the new Glacier Skyway, a glass walkway offering spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, and a cruise on Maligne Lake. Travel the scenic Icefields Parkway through Jasper and Banff National Parks.

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Yellowstone, Grand Tetons
and Mount Rushmore
September 6 – 14, 2018

Begin your Western frontier adventure in Rapid City, South Dakota. Enjoy the interesting sights with an exciting open-air jeep ride through Custer State Park in search of the country’s largest herd of American Bison. Visit the colossal Crazy Horse Memorial and experience the greatness of Mount Rushmore National Memorial’s inspiring Lighting Ceremony. Tour the historic town of Deadwood including the legendary Boot Hill Cemetery. Visit the awe-inspiring 1,267-foot Devils Tower National Monument and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody. Spend two nights in Yellowstone National Park-America’s first national park and home to famed geyser, Old Faithful. Relax orushmoren a Float Trip on the Snake River through Grand Teton National Park. When in Jackson Hole, enjoy dinner and entertainment at the Bar J Chuckwagon Supper and Western Show. Catch cowpokes in action at the Jackson Rodeo. When in Salt Lake City, explore historic Temple Square.

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