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DAY 1: Los Angeles/Hometown – Las Vegas – Richfield
Depart from Los Angeles in the morning, travel across San Bernardino National Forest and enter Mojave Desert. Enjoy the unique landscape decorated by Joshua Trees. We make a brief stop in Las Vegas in the afternoon and stay overnight in St. George, Utah
DAY 2: Glen Canyon Bauer Lake-Antelope cave-Horseshoe Bay-Bryce Canyon National Park
Enjoy a scenic ride on the Colorado Plateau this morning towards Glen Canyon Dam, which holds back Lake Powell. Lake Powell is nation’s second-largest artificial lake surrounded by 96 side canyons. After a brief stop at Glen Canyon Visitor Center, drive to Antelope Canyon, one of the top ten sites in the world for photography! Antelope Canyon is consisted of upper and lower antelopes, the upper antelope in the Navajo word for “water through the rocks” and lower antelope meaning “arch-shaped spiral rock.” In here, people are always amazed by this wavy canyon rock formation, Mother Nature’s Masterpiece. Next drive to Horseshoe Bend – one of the top ten locations in America for photography by National Geographic! Standing by the edge, the view that comprises glowing green water, blue sky, and reddish rock is just breathtaking. Afterwards, drive to Bryce Canyon National Park in the afternoon, and sightsee the amazing pink and orange sandstone pinnacles known as “hoodoos”. You may take a walk down the trail to discover even more of the geologic wonders! Stay overnight in Richfield Utah.
DAY 3: Arches National Park – Denver
Enjoy a scenic morning ride to Arches National Park, 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! In the afternoon, we travel cross the great backbone of North America, the Rocky Mountains. Arrive in Denver in the evening and stay overnight
DAY 4: Cheyenne – Crazy Horse – Mt. Rushmore – Gillette
Drive to City of Cheyenne this morning, the state capital of Wyoming. Arrive at Crazy Horse Indian Memorial at noon and sightsee the 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! Drive to America’s first National Monument ‘Devil’s Tower’ next for sightseeing. Stay overnight in Gillette Wyoming.
DAY 5: Yellowstone National Park
After breakfast, continue to visit the Yellowstone National Park. Feel the impression of eruption – the symbol of Yellowstone, Old Faithful; the crown jewel of the park, Yellowstone Lake; upper and lower falls and the famous Artist Point of Grand Canyon of Yellowstone… Afterwards, enjoy a picturesque drive through Yellowstone Park, and travel along the Snake River to Grand Teton National Park. Polished by glaciers, Teton Range rises thousands of feet above the Snake River Valley, surrounded by lakes and forests. Enjoy this fairytale view! Next, drive to Jackson Hole, a famous cowboy town as well as a very popular vacation destination of all seasons in Wyoming. Drive to Salt Lake City in the evening and stay overnight there.
Hotel: Ramada Limited, Salt Lake City or Similar
DAY 6: Yellowstone National Park – Grand Teton National Park – Jackson Hole
Continue our trip in Yellowstone. Here you will find everything you expect to see in a national park: snow covered mountains, waterfalls, lakes, meadows, herds of buffalos, elks…and on top of the scenery: geysers, hot springs, fumaroles and mud pots are the wonders that make Yellowstone truly unique. Drive to Grand Teton National Park next along Snake River. Teton Range features towering peaks covered by glaciers thousands of years old, surrounded by lakes and blue sky, it’s truly something out of a fairytale. Travel to Jackson, a famous cowboy town as well as a world’s renowned vacation destination. Ride a Scenic Chairlift (Mandatory) to mountain top at 10,000 feet in elevation and oversee entire Jackson Valley and the Teton Range stretching afar. Stay overnight in Salt Lake City.
DAY 7: Salt Lake City – Bingham Copper Mine – Las Vegas
Visit the Utah State House this morning, the most expensive State House in the country. Next stop is the virtue kingdom of Mormonism, the Temple Square. After a friendly tour given by missionary sisters, proceed to Great Salt Lake State Marina. After lunch, head to Las Vegas – “the entertainment capital of the world”. Arrive in Las Vegas in the evening. You may take an optional night tour to explore the prosperity of night life in Las Vegas and enjoy all the spectacles and fantasies on the strip! Stay overnight in Las Vegas.
DAY 8: Las Vegas – Factory Outlets – Los Angeles
We’ll start the tour’s last day with a trip to Ethel M. Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Gardens. There, you can see how chocolates are made, sample sweets and roam the extensive cactus gardens. Drive to Tanger Outlets Center in Barstow, where you will be able to do some shopping. Arrive in Los Angeles in the evening.
Double Occupancy: $529/pax
Third Person: $0
Admission fee(Mandatory): $120 and up
Included in the fare:
1. 7nights hotel accommodations;
2. Experienced tour escort services;
3. Ground transportation service via luxury coach as specified in itinerary;
4.Nine to choose a topic project cost (including theme park tickets; on the day of the transport costs)
Not included in the fare:
1. Air fares, insurance and other personal expense. Tips for tour guide and driver ($9/person per day), meals unspecified in itinerary.
2. All meals, Personal expenses, insurance.
3. Passport and Visa Application costs
4. Custom taxes, Luggage Overweight charges, Belle Charges, Hotel Laundry, Haircut, phone, fax, pay per view TV, drinks, smokes, and personal expenses;
5. Overtime charges of Bus Drivers and Tour Guides;
6. Additional charges caused by traffic congestions, strikes, weather, delay or cancellation of flights, government shutdown, or any other majeure events or issues;
7. Airport taxes and transportational costs from origin
8. Additional room charges for single travelers
9. Optional items and extensional tours during the trip