YELLOWSTONE & MOUNT RUSHMORE
The Grand Tetons and Black Hills • Devil's Tower • Crazy Horse Memorial

8 Days - Tour Dates: August 19 - 26, 2021 - Guaranteed Departure!
11 Meals Included


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Activity Level:

Activity Level 3: Moderately Active Pace - Active walking daily, some hiking, uneven terrain, hills, and steps. Less rest options available. Active sightseeing, early starts, evening activities, and significant travel times possible. NOTE: This tour involves high altitude. Please check with your doctor, if you have any health conditions affected by high altitude.

Price Per Person:

$2899.00 Double Occupancy
$2849.00 Triple Occupancy
$3799.00 Single Occupancy

Cash Early Booking Discount
SAVE $100 - First 1-10 Clients
SAVE $75 - 11-20 Clients
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Single Supplement Discount
The fist TWO Singles to book, SAVE 50% off the Single Supplement

Prices include airfare from SAN/LAX. Please call or refer to our catalog for prices from your home city.

Tour Highlights:

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • Round Trip Home Pick-up*
  • Round Trip Airfare
  • 11 Meals: 7-Breakfasts, 4-Dinners
  • Grand Tetons and Yellowstone Nattional Parks
  • Tour Mt. Rushmore by day and night
  • Crazy Horse Memorial Sculpture
  • Scenic Black Hills with Deadwood City
  • Devil’s Tower National Monument
  • Buffalo Bill Cody Western Museum
  • Salt Lake City Tour
  • Deluxe Motorcoach with Restroom
  • AFC Tour Manager Chris McCool (June)
  • AFC Tour Manager Pat Conway (Aug)
  • Hotel Transfers & Baggage at Hotels

Daily Itinerary:

Day 1 - Thursday, 8/19/2021 - Fly to Rapid City
Today, fly to Rapid City, South Dakota, meet your Tour Manager, and check into your hotel for a two night stay. This evening enjoy a delicious supper with western entertainment at your Welcome Dinner & Cowboy Cookout. - Dinner
Day 2 - Friday, 8/20/2021 - Mt. Rushmore / Crazy Horse
Visit Mt. Rushmore, featuring awesome sculptures of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln. Each face is 60' high and carved with intricate perfection. Continue to Crazy Horse Memorial, still in progress, dedicated to the spirit of Chief Crazy Horse and the Lakota people. After dinner, experience Mt. Rushmore at Night. See this American treasure illuminated in a whole new light. - Breakfast - Dinner
Day 3 - Saturday, 8/21/2021 - Deadwood / Devil's Tower
Travel to Deadwood, made famous by Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, buried in Boot Hill.  Stop to visit the “flying saucer” haunted Devil’s Tower National Monument, a gigantic volcanic neck rising from the prairie and an area sacred to the Kiowa, Sioux, and Blackfeet Tribes. Later, arrive in the cattletown of Sheridan at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains and check into your hotel. - Breakfast
Day 4 - Sunday, 8/22/2021 - Cody / To Yellowstone
Travel to Cody, named after Buffalo Bill Cody.  Visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, an interesting museum of Native American culture, natural history and western art. Later, enter Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first national park established in 1872. Enjoy a two night stay in the West Yellowstone Park area. - Breakfast - Dinner
Day 5 - Monday, 8/23/2021 - Yellowstone National Park 
Enjoy the day exploring Yellowstone National Park (average altitude 8,000'). With over 10,000 hot springs, thundering waterfalls, geysers, and endless forests, Yellowstone inspires awe. Park highlights include Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Lake, and Yellowstone Canyon. It is also home to an astounding array of elk, bear, and buffalo. - Breakfast
Day 6 - Tuesday, 8/24/2021 - Grand Tetons / Jackson
Coach south through Grand Teton National Park, featuring spectacular scenery. Later, arrive in the quiet cowboy town of Jackson for your overnight stay.  The city has developed into a place where the Old West and New are splendidly combined. Be sure to visit the colorful Million Dollar Cowboy Bar with its saddle-shaped barstools. - Breakfast
Day 7 - Wednesday, 8/25/2021 - To Salt Lake City
Travel south into Utah. Enroute wind along the shores of beautiful Bear Lake before climbing the Wasatch Mountains. In Salt Lake City, “The City of Saints” founded by Brigham Young in 1847, enjoy a city tour featuring Temple Square with its lovely landscaping and famous Tabernacle, the State Capitol, and the University of Utah--site of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics. This evening enjoy a Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers. - Breakfast - Dinner
Day 8 - Thursday, 8/26/2021 - Return Home 
Fly home from Salt Lake City today.

Note: This tour involves high altitude. Please check with your doctor, if you have any health conditions affected by high altitude.

- Breakfast

Additional Tour Information:

FEATURED HOTELS
  • Rapid City (2) - Hilton Garden or Gateway Grand
  • Sheridan (1) - Holiday Inn
  • West Yellowstone (2) - Holiday Inn or Grey Wolf Inn
  • Jackson Hole (1) - Hampton Inn
  • Salt Lake City (1) - Sheraton or Hilton
Alternate hotels may be used

*Please see Terms & Conditions