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US Rockies and National parks (Fixed Departure)

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Price: $2090 Per Person
Duration: 8 D - 7 N

Departure Dates: 18th May, 4th & 25th June, 23rd July

Itinerary:

Day 01 – Arrival in Jackson, Wyoming

Welcome to Jackson, Wyoming! Discover the Old West, here in Jackson. Jackson is surrounded by the Teton and Gros Ventre Mountain ranges also known as The US Rockies. The Teton Range is commonly associated with Jackson Hole and is a popular sightseeing attraction for many visitors. Proceed to baggage claim at the airport where you will be met by a representative at and transferred to hotel for check in. Freshen up and explore the streets of Jackson Hole on own. Later on you will be transferred for local dinner. After dinner transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Overnight: Jackson

Meals: Dinner

Day 02 – Yellowstone National Park

After breakfast this morning, we will proceed to Yellowstone National Park (Lower loop). This is a full day tour and we begin early. Yellowstone National park is often nicknamed the “Serengeti of North America” , filled with abundance wildlife. Have your cameras ready for some amazing shots of this beautiful scenery. Our day will begin by passing through Grand Teton National Park, taking time to stop and observe wildlife along the way. We will continue to Yellowstone National Park, making stops at Old Faithful geyser, Yellowstone Lake, the Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, as well as several other geyser basins. Yellowstone National Park’s rich history, geology, wildfires and wildlife will be discussed in detail throughout the tour. We will proceed to dinner, after this tour. Later, transfer to the hotel for overnight stay at Jackson.

Overnight: Jackson

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 03- Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is 484-square miles rich in extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, hiking trails, a multi-use pathway system, the Snake River, and, serenity. The Majestic Teton Range runs the length of the 89-year-old park. The Teton Mountain Range was formed when multiple earthquakes along the Teton fault line pushed the peaks upward, in what is known as a “fault block.” Huge glaciers then sculpted the range into the jaw-dropping, rugged rock spines you will see today. We will visit Jackson Lake Lodge for a photo stop and also pass by Elk ranch flats turn out, Snake river lookout and Glacier view turnout. After tour we will proceed to a covered Wagon Cooked out, for dinner and show. At this Wagon Cookout you will see the true meaning of western hospitality. Traveling by horse drawn covered wagons you are swept away from the Town of Jackson into beautiful Cache Creek Canyon. The aroma of a Dutch oven dinner will tantalize your taste buds as you arrive on camp. Sit back and enjoy the band sing cowboy songs and play guitars and fiddles. After dinner transfer to the hotel for overnight stay at Jackson.

Overnight: Jackson

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 04- Salt Lake City

After breakfast, check out of hotel. Today we will drive to Salt Lake City, Utah. (Approximately 5 hour drive). Our journey will continue alongside some of Wyoming’s most beautiful mountain ranges into Utah, Arrive at Salt Lake City.Enjoy a city sightseeing tour of the capital city of Utah and its historic monuments. Photo stops will include the Mormon Tabernacle, Capitol Hill, Brigham street historic district, Governor’s Mansion, Cathedral of the Madeleine and others. We will then proceed to the Great Salt Lake. Discover the mysteries of this one-of-a-kind inland sea. The high mineral and salt content in this lake makes it uninhabitable for all but a few minor forms of life but give it medicinal properties. Proceed for Indian dinner and after dinner transfer to hotel for check in. Overnight in Salt Lake City.

Overnight: Salt Lake City

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 05- Moab –Arches National Park

After breakfast, we check out of the hotel and proceed to Moab, Utah toward Arches National Park Arches National Park is a wonderland of red rocks and blue sky. The red rock landscape at Arches might feel timeless, dream-like, or even other-worldly. People have documented over 2,000 natural stone arches within park boundaries. You can see arches, towers, pinnacles, and balanced rocks from the paved park roads. We will start at Balance Rock, proceed to Delicate Arch Trail, Broken & Sand Dune Arch Trail, Fiery Furnace view point, Drive through the Windows & Double Arch Trail for the photo stop Garden of Eden. We will end the tour at La Sal Mountain view point. After tour, proceed for dinner and later check into hotel.

Overnight: Moab

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 06 –Page, Arizona –Antelope Canyon

After breakfast we will proceed to Page, in Arizona. (Approximately 5 hrs drive) We will visit Antelope Canyon, Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed canyons of the American Southwest. It was formed by erosion of the local Navajo sandstone. Here you will discover a breathtaking beautiful landscape full of pinnacles of stone and colors. The upper Antelope Canyon is the most frequently visited by tourists for two reasons. First, its entrance and entire length are at ground level, requiring no climbing. Second, beams or shafts of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon are much more common in Upper than in Lower. Transfer to restaurant for dinner. Check into Hotel, Overnight in Page

Overnight: Page

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 07 – Page, Zion National Park –Las Vegas

After breakfast we will begin our journey towards Las Vegas, to visit Zion National Park. Zion National Park in Southwestern Utah is another-worldly region, almost mystical. The landscape here is one of the most unique in the world, carved out largely by millions of years of erosion courtesy of the now sporadically flowing Virgin River. Zion sits at substantial elevation, with the lowest point in the canyon resting at 3,666ft. The highest point in the park is found at Horse Ranch Mountain, which sits at 8,726ft. Zion National Park gets its unique red, orange, pink, white and black rock colors from a variety of minerals. However, it’s the dominant presence of iron that gives the sandstone in the region its signature red and pink hue. The region is said to have been settled as far back as 8,000 years ago by nomadic native tribes, and more recently by the Paiute Indians. Many of the trails and park areas are named after Paiute words and phrases. There is also an abundance of wildlife and a diverse array of plant species in the area. If you visit, keep your eyes to the sky for eagles, hawks, owls and dozens of species of bats. On the ground, look for deer grazing along the scenic roads and trails, gray foxes, and at higher elevation, big horn sheep. Transfer to restaurant for dinner. Check into Hotel, Overnight in Las Vegas

Overnight: Las Vegas

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 08- Las Vegas

After breakfast, check out & board the flight to next destination or home.

Meals: Breakfast

INCLUSIONS:

Accommodation:

03 Nights accommodation in Jackson Hole

01 Night accommodation in Salt Lake City

01 Night accommodation in Moab

01 Night accommodation in Page

01 Night accommodation in Las Vegas

Meals:

Daily Breakfast (except Day-1)

07 Dinners

Transfers:

Arrival/ Departure transfers on Seat in Coach basis

All tours/excursions on Seat in Coach basis as per the itinerary

Sightseeing and Attraction:

City tour of Salt Lake City

Arches National park 4x 4 tour

Upper Antelope canyon tour

Entry to Yellowstone National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Zion National park

Arches National Park 4x4 tour

EXCLUSIONS:

GST as applicable.

International & Domestic airfare with taxes.

Any expenses of personal nature.

Personal expense of any nature like, laundry, shopping, incidentals at hotels etc

Porterage, tip to drivers and waiters

Incidental Charges / Security Deposits must be paid by clients

Surcharges as applicable.

Any services not mentioned in the inclusions list.

Visa Fees.

Travel Insurance.