USA & Kanada Abenteuer II USA · Kanada

USA & Kanada Abenteuer II

  • New York, 'the Big Apple'
  • Bootstour zu den tosenden Niagara Fällen
  • Chicago - die Heimat von Al Capone
  • Bizarre Landschaften des Badlands Nationalparks
  • Monumentale Präsidentenkopfe von Mount Rushmore
  • Wild West Feeling in Cody
  • Naturschönheiten im Yellowstone Nationalpark
  • Mammutbäume im Redwood Nationalpark
  • Golden Gate Bridge - das Wahrzeichen von San Francisco
  • Märchenhafte Natur im Yosemite Nationalpark
  • Traumlandschaften im Glacier Nationalpark
  • Outdoor-Aktivitäten im Banff Nationalpark
  • Malerische Kulisse des türkisfarbenen Lake Louise
  • Auf Aliensuche in Roswell
  • Vancouver - eine der schönsten Städte der Welt
  • Los Angeles - Stadt der Stars & Sternchen
  • "Sin City" Las Vegas
  • Schluchtenreiche Landschaft im Zion Nationalpark
  • Farbenprächtige Felspyramiden im Bryce Canyon Nationalpark
  • Oase Lake Powell
  • Naturwunder Grand Canyon
  • Imposante Tafelberge des Monument Valley
  • Spektakuläre Steinbögen im Arches Nationalpark
  • Faszinierende Tropfsteinhöhlen im Carlsbad Caverns Nationalpark
  • Charme der Südstaaten
  • New Orleans - die Wiege des Jazz
  • Pulsierende Metropolen Orlando & Miami
  • Traumhafte Florida Keys
  • Historisches Charleston
  • Attraktionen von Washington D.C.
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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63 Tage USA · Kanada

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In neun Wochen erkundest du die Highlights von Kanada und den USA - spektakuläre Nationalparks, pulsierende Metroplen und atemberaubende Landschaften: Entdecke weltberühmte Nationalparks wie Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Carlsbad Caverns, Yellowstone, Redwood, Glacier, Yosemite und Banff, und begib dich auf Entdeckungsreise in Metropolen wie Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington D.C, New York, Miami und Vancouver. Die traumhaften Florida Keys werden dich ebenso begeistern wie die tosenden Wassermassen der Niagara Fälle, das weltberühmte Monument Valley und Mount Rushmore. New Orleans, San Antonio, Badlands Nationalpark, Cody, das legendäre Roswell, der malerische Lake Louise und das schöne San Francisco sind weitere Highlights deiner Reise. Kombiniert mit spannenden Freizeitaktivitäten wie Wandern, Reiten oder Radfahren erwartet dich ein unvergessliches Abenteuer im Herzen der USA und Kanada!

Tag 1-2: New York, Philadelphia & Washington DC
Tag 3: Carolinas
Tag 4: Charleston
Tag 5: St Augustine
Tag 6-7: Miami
Tag 8-9: Key West
Tag 10-11: Orlando
Tag 12: Destin Beach
Tag 13-14: New Orleans
Tag 15: Louisiana & Texas
Tag 16-17: Austin, Texas
Tag 18: West Texas
Tag 19: Carlsbad Caverns Nationalpark
Tag 20: Santa Fe
Tag 21-22: Colorado Rockies
Tag 23-24: Moab/Arches Nationalpark
Tag 25: Monument Valley
Tag 26-27: Grand Canyon Nationalpark
Tag 28: Lake Powell & Antelope Canyon
Tag 29: Bryce Canyon
Day 30: Zion Nationalpark
Tag 31-32: Las Vegas
Tag 33-34: Los Angeles
Tag 35: Santa Barbara & California Coast
Tag 36-37: Yosemite Nationalpark
Tag 38-39: San Francisco
Tag 40-41: Redwood Nationalpark
Tag 42: Portland
Tag 43: Seattle
Tag 44-45: Vancouver
Tag 46-47: British Columbia & Lake Louise
Tag 48-49: Banff Nationalpark
Tag 50-52: Glacier Nationalpark & Montana
Tag 53-54: Yellowstone Nationalpark
Tag 55: Cody
Tag 56: Mount Rushmore
Tag 57: Badlands Nationalpark
Tag 58: Minnesota
Tag 59-60: Chicago
Tag 61: Cedar Point
Tag 62: Niagara Falls
Tag 63: New York

Leistungen enthalten

  • USA und Kanada Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transport im klimatisierten Privatfahrzeug (Van)
  • Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben
  • Campinggebühren und Ausrüstung (außer Schlafsack)
  • Englischsprachige Reiseleitung
  • Ausflüge und Aktivitäten lt. Programm
    • Nationalparks & Monumente (Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Arches, Carlsbad Caverns, Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Yellowstone, Glacier, Banff/Lake Louise, Redwood & Yosemite)
    • Bootstour zu den Niagarafällen
    • Partybustour Las Vegas
    • Bike Tour Chicago und Washington DC
    • Alcatraz Gefängnis San Francisco
    • New Orleans' Bourbon Street
    • Hollywood und San Francisco
    • Sightseeing in Charleston, St. Augustine, Miami, Florida Keys, Santa Fe, Philadelphia, Chicago, Vancouver, Seattle
    • Wildtierbeobachtungsmöglichkeiten

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Schlafsack
  • optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Reiseversicherung
  • Vor- und Nachübernachtungen zur Tour
  • persönliche Ausgaben
  • Trinkgeld
  • Flughafen- und Ausreisesteuern
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Visum/USA Esta-Einreisegenehmigung, Visum/Kanada eTA-Einreisegenehmigung

Unterbringung

44x Camping
12x in Hostels
6x Hotels

Hotel/Hostel:
Ihr verbringt während der Tour 18 Nächte in Hotels/Hostels im Mehrbettzimmer.

Camping:
Die komplette Campingausrüstung wird Euch für die Dauer der Tour zur Verfügung gestellt. Ihr müsst lediglich einen eigenen Schlafsack mitbringen. Für die Sommermonate empfiehlt sich ein 3-Jahreszeiten-Schlafsack, für den Rest des Jahres ein 4-Jahreszeiten-Schlafsack, da es nachts, besonders in bergigen Gebieten, sehr kalt werden kann. Solltet Ihr keinen eigenen besitzen könnt Ihr diesen auch bei eurem Reiseleiter kaufen. Je nach Fabrikat sind die Schlafsäcke für US$45-80 erhältlich.

Es wird Euch alles zur Verfügung gestellt, was Ihr braucht um Spaß am Campen zu haben. Es ist also überhaupt kein Problem, wenn Ihr noch nie gezeltet habt. Alles Nötige ist vorhanden, darunter Zelte, Campinglampen, Herd, Vorratsbehälter/Lebensmittelkühler und vieles mehr. Die hochwertigen Zelte sind leicht auf- und abzubauen, auch für jemanden, der noch nie ein Zelt in der Hand hatte. Ihr übernachtet zu zweit in einem geräumigen Zelt, so dass Ihr noch genug Platz für euer Gepäck habt. Als Alleinreisende/r teilt Ihr euch das Zelt mit einem/r Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts. Eine wärmeisolierende Matratze wird Euch zur Verfügung gestellt, solltet Ihr jedoch Wert auf etwas mehr Komfort legen könnt Ihr auch eine eigene selbst aufblasbare Isomatte mitbringen.

Es wird sowohl in National- und Stateparks als auch auf privaten Campingplätzen übernachtet. Die Zeltplätze verfügen in der Regel über Duschen (tlw. gegen Gebühr) und Toiletten, teilweise sind sogar Schwimmbäder, Bars und Waschmaschinen vorhanden. Andere Campingplätze sind einfacher ausgestattet, dafür aber aufgrund ihrer atemberaubenden Lage in der Natur unvergesslich.

Verpflegung

Keine Mahlzeiten inklusive.

Food Kitty: USD 10 pro Tag

Jeder Teilnehmer zahlt pro Tag USD 10 in die Essenskasse (Food Kitty) ein. Hiervon werden die benötigten Nahrungsmittel gekauft (außer Getränke und Alkohol) und drei Mahlzeiten pro Tag während des Campens abgedeckt. An den Tagen, an denen in Hotels übernachtet wird oder Ihr mit der Gruppe ausgeht (z.B. ins Restaurant), werden die Mahlzeiten nicht von der Food Kitty abgedeckt und müssen separat bezahlt werden. Während des Camping helfen die Teilnehmer bei der Zubereitung der Mahlzeiten mit.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter/Tourguide

Transportart

Touring-Van / Maxi-Van

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

NEW YORK AREA
HILTON NEWARK AIRPORT
Halbes Doppelzimmer: 100 EUR p.P.p.N.
Zimmerpreis (Einzel- oder Doppelbelegung): 169 EUR p.N.

Bitte beachtet, dass sich die angegebenen Preise jederzeit unangekündigt ändern können.

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktiert uns - wir beraten Euch gerne.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Jazz clubs - New Orleans US$10-$20
Mississippi steamboat ride - New Orleans US$30-$80
Helicopter flight - Grand Canyon US$254-$284
Navajo guided 4x4 tour - Monument Valley US$55
Mountain biking - Moab US$100
IMAX Theater - Grand Canyon US$15
Clubs & casino shows - Las Vegas US$10+
Aerial gondola/tramway - Banff CAD$62
Space Needle - Seattle US$22-$29
Float trip on the Colorado River - Moab US$60-$91
Bike rental - Yosemite US$12-$34
Cable car ride - San Francisco US$5-$13
Willis Tower - Chicago US$23
Disney World - Orlando US$119
Cedar Point Amusement Park ('Evening Twilight Pass')- Ohio US$40-$50
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - Vancouver CAD$43
Bike rental in Stanley Park - Vancouver CAD$10-$65
Snorkelling - Key West US$45
Voodoo & Graveyard tour - New Orleans US$20-$40
School of Cooking - New Orleans US$28-$150
Float trip on the Merced River - Yosemite US$31
'Bobby's Bike Hike' - Chicago US$35
Bike Rental - San Francisco US$8 per hour/$32 per day
Roller coasters - Las Vegas US$25-$40
Baseball game - San Francisco from US$20
Extreme off-road hummer tour - Moab US$90-$100
Sunset sailboat cruise - San Francisco Bay US$45
Baseball game - Chicago from US$20
Blues clubs - Chicago from US$6
Scenic glacier flight - Banff CAD$195-$325
Canoeing - Lake Louise CAD$105 per hour
Sulphur Mountain hot springs - Banff CAD$8
Universal Studios - Orlando US$109
Alligator swamp tour - New Orleans US$23-$40
Mountain biking - Telluride US$65
Rollerblading in Stanley Park - Vancouver CAD$10-$40
VIP club tour (includes 4 clubs & limo) - Las Vegas US$100
Drive-in Movie - Carlsbad US$8
Philly Cheesestak - Philadelphia US$10
Rickshaw ride - Charleston US$6
Ghosts of the South tour - Charleston US$20
Magnolia Garden - Charleston US$15
Mavericks Kitchen Store cookery lesson - Charleston US$62-$69
Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum tour - Key West US$14
Water sports package (full day) - Key West US$150
Kayaking (half day) - Key West US$65
Kennedy Space Center - Orlando US$50
EPCOT Center - Orlando US$94
Preservation Hall - New Orleans US$15-$20
Bartol Springs - Austin US$4
Drive-in movie - Carlsbad US$8
Meow Wolf - Santa Fe US$20


Bitte beachtet, dass sich die angegebenen Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1-2: New York Area, Philadelphia & Washington DC
Leave the New York area and travel south to Philadelphia to get a taste of what East Coast living is all about! If you're fan of the movie 'Rocky' head to the famous steps and have your own movie moment! Whilst you're here make sure you see the iconic symbol of American independence, the Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall. Feeling a little peckish? Make a beeline for the Reading Terminal Market and tuck into a famous Philly cheese steak lunch, yum!

Then it's onto another awesome city, Washington DC, for an introduction to the political, social and cultural history of the USA. A bike tour led by a local is included show you the monuments and real flavours of this beautiful city. Take time to explore the very best of America's capital city by people watching in one of the many green parks or explore the Smithsonian National Museum, the world's largest museum complex.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 3: North Carolina
As you head south, watch as mountain views begin to morph into swamps, plantations and palms. Beautiful scenery will constantly be flying by your window as you make your way to your campsite for the night. Then there's only one thing left to do: devour s'mores around a roaring campfire. What are s'mores? Melted chocolate and marshmallow heated over a fire and sandwiched between two crackers. We're pretty sure it'll be the best thing you've ever tasted!

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 4: Charleston
The oldest city in South Carolina, this place just oozes character - and what better way to experience it than with a stroll along the coast. Take photos of the Morris Island Lighthouse that stands several hundred feet offshore or jump aboard an optional Charleston water taxi, where you can spot some interesting wildlife. Experience the ultimate taste of the South with a Charleston nasty biscuit; a chicken biscuit (which is actually more like a scone) covered in gravy. Sounds gross, right? But, it's delicious and a favourite with the locals.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 5: St Augustine
St Augustine is the oldest contunially inhabited European settlement on US soil, more commonly known as the `Nation's Oldest City'. Wander down the narrow lanes, visit the many museums and explore some of the cities iconic landmarks such as the Spanish-influenced Plaza de la Constitucion and the `Fountain of Youth'.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 6-7: Miami
The wonderful city of Miami beckons with miles of golden sand beaches and palm trees; it's easy to see why people flock here. Seek out SoBe (aka South Beach) and stroll along the art deco seafront or pose with the beautiful people on sugary sand and in ultra-cool nightspots. With two nights here you have more than enough time to explore everything that Miami has to offer.

Accommodation:
Hostel

Day 8-9: Key West
Hit the water and swim or snorkel to explore the crystal clear waters of Key West, where the possibilities for water based fun are endless. If you simply want to kick back and relax then you're definitely in the right place for that too. More of a culture vulture? Take an included tour of this eclectic area, finishing with an optional visit to Ernest Hemingway's House. While you're here you simply must try some Key Lime Pie, then sample the nightlife on Duval Street and watch the sun set.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 10-11: Orlando
There are plenty of options for a fun day out amongst Orlando's theme parks. Whether you choose Disney's Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Wet `n' Wild or Universal's Harry Potter World, Orlando is one big playground and brings out the big kid in us all, no matter how old you are! After all that excitement, you'll sleep like a baby.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 12: Destin Beach
After all the thrills and excitement in Orlando, it's time to chill out and what better place to do so than on miles of pristine white sandy beaches along the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico? Welcome to paradise! Relax with some lazy beach time lying in a hammock or hit the water. Destin simmers into the evening too, so make sure you pack your dancing shoes as well as your flip-flops.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 13-14: New Orleans
New Orleans oozes Deep South charm, so pull up a chair in the French Quarter to watch the world go by and grab a po-boy, bowl of gumbo or some home-cooked jambalaya for a taste of the South - or a delicious sugary beignet if you've got more of a sweet tooth! If the food of the Deep South gets your mouth watering why not join a cookery course at the New Orleans School of Cookery, so you can make life back home a little tastier with your new-found skills? For something a little different, opt for a 'Voodoo and Graveyard' tour or cruise along the Mississippi River on a traditional steamboat. By night, party hard in legendary Bourbon Street, hear the world-class jazz for which New Orleans is renowned at Preservation Hall, or explore the bars in Frenchmen Street for live music and dancing without the crowds.

Accommodation:
Apartment

Day 15: Louisiana & Texas
As you enter bayou country, you'll be greeted with a big ole' dose of Southern hospitality. Look out for gators and other wildlife in and around the water on our optional Louisana swamp tour, where you'll slowly drift past ancient Indian burial mounds and fishing villages while taking in the unique scenery (it’s a must do!). Set up camp for another night under the stars. Next up, you're headed for mighty Texas!

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 16-17: Austin, Texas
The music keeps on flowing as you arrive in Austin, the self-proclaimed live music capital of America. Austin is an electric, cultural and artistic city, with a hippie soul. In your free time why not opt for a state capital tour, hit Barton Springs or visit one of the food trucks to tempt your taste buds on local cuisine.

Accommodation:
Hotel

Day 18: West Texas
You've discovered by now that everything's supersized in the 'Lone Star State', from the steaks to the hats. The second biggest state has plenty of cacti, cowboys and Southern hospitality to offer, there really is nowhere else like it.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 19: Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Head on to New Mexico and Carlsbad Caverns National Park to explore one of the largest cave systems in the World. Gnarled limestone stalactites hang from the ceiling like icicles and stalagmites that look like twisting totem poles reach upwards, creating a unique and interesting experience for all who walk through this incredible place. The insane amount of bats that roost in the cave are something to admire, so head back at sunset to see the 250,000 bat spectacle feasting on bugs, it's pretty incredible.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 20: Santa Fe

Pass through Roswell, where they say aliens crashed to earth and they have proof... you'll just have to see for yourself! Next up is Santa Fe, one for all the art lovers. Visit Canyon Road, home to art galleries, cultural treasures such as hand-woven Navajo rugs, historic adobe buildings and a vibrant restaurant scene. Santa Fe will win you over with its laid-back charm.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 21-22: Colorado Rockies
Adventure is well and truly alive in the Colorado Rockies, so get out there and get amongst it. Walking and biking in the craggy scenery will blow your mind as you walk some of the world's most loved hiking trails. With two nights you'll really appreciate why people travel from all corners of the globe to the Colorado Rockies, the scenery is simply magnificent!

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 23-24: Moab/Arches National Park
Utah's undisputed adventure capital is next up on the cards, and it guarantees non-stop fun. You'll have plenty of time to explore this incredible place and discover some of the 2,000 gravity defying sandstone arches. Take a stroll and watch as the sun sets over Delicate Arch, the most photographed of the arches. For the action lovers, hire a mountain bike for some adrenalin pumping cycling along Moab's slick rock path. For the ultimate adventure head down the Colorado River on an optional float trip and see this stunning place from a different perspective.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 25: Monument Valley
Drive along the Moki Dugway, a switchback road carved into the face of the cliff edge of Cedar Mesa, then it's pistols at dawn as the next stop is straight out of a Western. Marvel at the awe-inspiring landscape of Monument Valley with a local on a highly recommended Navajo guided backroads tour to learn more about Navajo culture. This off the beaten track experience will reveal a richer side of the Monument Valley tribal lands. As the sun slowly sets on the towering buttes and mesas which dominate the landscape around you, it's time to reflect on one truly special day. Grab your marshmallows and swap camp fire stories under a blanket of stars!

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 26-27: Grand Canyon National Park
Just when the scenery seems unbeatable, you journey to the Grand Canyon, one of the `Seven Natural Wonders of the World'. With two days, you'll have plenty of time to hike the rim trails for those incredible views looking down into the vast desert canyons. Why not hike down the snaking trails to reveal a very different side, and become one of the only 5% of visitors to venture inside, or opt for a flight over the Grand Canyon for a bird's eye view? You'll also get to witness the most stunning sunrise that nature can summon as the rocks change colours in celebration of a new day.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 28: Lake Powell & Antelope Canyon
Without a doubt one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the Southwest, Horseshoe Bend makes for an impressive stop. A visit to the beautifully bizarre Antelope Canyon is included, where you can explore incredible curved canyon walls and watch on as stunning shafts of light come down through the rocks; this is one incredible place! After all that exploring wash off the desert dust in the refreshing waters of Lake Powell. Straddling the border of Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell is desert paradise with a long list of things to do. Go for a swim in the crystal clear water or simply sit by the shore and relax.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 29: Bryce Canyon
Start with epic views from the top of Bryce Canyon, then venture down into the canyon on walking trails for close encounters of the hoodoo kind! Hoodoos are weird and wonderful rock spires arranged in rows and you're about to spend a whole day gawking at them! They look like something out of a fairy tale, while Native Americans believe these crazy shapes to be 'Legend people' who were turned to stone for their sins; we'll let you decide. For close up views, take advantage of the park's incredible system of trails. Wherever you walk, you'll encounter a fantastic kaleidoscope of colours.

Accommodation:

Camping

Day 30: Zion National Park
Kick back and relax beside the gentle flow of the Virgin River, cutting its way between sheer red rock cliffs. For the best views in the park hike to the famous Angels Landing which offers 360 degrees of the entire park, it's definitely worth the effort. If you prefer to take the low road explore The Narrows for soaring walls, sandstone grottos and natural springs. It's truly a one-off experience with great views of Zion from the valley floor.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 31-32: Las Vegas
It's Vegas, baby and there's nowhere on Earth quite like it. Feel like a total legend as you cruise down the Strip on an included Partybus- tour. The neon glitz which Vegas is so famous for will leave you feeling happy to be alive, so why not take in a show or just watch the amazing crowds and neon signs as the hotels try to out-do each other with spectacular attractions. And if that's not enough, take an optional helicopter flight down the Strip. If after all you're still left wanting more, head on over to a chapel and get hitched (not legally binding) by the one and only Elvis. After you've said your vows enjoy a slap up meal at an all-you-can-eat buffet. Just remember, `what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas'!

Accommodation:

Hotel

Day 33-34: Los Angeles
It's time to head to the 'City of Angels', Los Angeles, and make a beeline for Hollywood Boulevard where you can stroll along the Walk of Fame and take that classic photo of the gigantic Hollywood sign. The following day is yours to do as you please. If it's thrills you're after, try the rides at Universal Studios or relax and hang with the cool kids at Venice Beach, awesome!

Accommodation:
Hotel

Day 35: Santa Barbara & California Coast
With the Californian sun on your face uncover the sparkling Californian coastline to Santa Barbara - a beautiful town surrounded by mountains, rolling valleys and miles of gorgeous beach. End your first day under a blanket of Californian stars, perfect!

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 36-37: Yosemite National Park
Heading east through California's gold country you follow the scenic drive and enter everyone's favourite national park, Yosemite. Here you can hike or bike through the extraordinary landscape of glacier-carved granite peaks and spectacular waterfalls. Either way, this park rocks! Once inside Yosemite, keep your eyes peeled for Black Bear and coyote that roam freely. When the sun goes down, their howling often echoes amidst pines and sequoias - now that's not something you hear every day! A couple of nights under canvas in Yosemite definitely captures the spirit of the great outdoors.

Accommodation:
Camping included

Day 38-39: San Francisco
Come fog or shine this city's always awesome! Start with a tour of Haight-Ashbury, a neighbourhood oozing with hippy vibes and plenty of quirky shops and cafes. Of course you can't go all way to San Francisco without a stroll across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge too. The highlights keep coming with an included tour of Alcatraz (value US$33).
Spend your free time checking out San Francisco's most famous areas. Trekker favourites include the sights of Union Square, Pier 39, Chinatown and Lombard Street. Some streets are a little on the steep side, but you can always catch an iconic cable car to scoot around the city and explore more. To top it all off, set sail on an optional cruise and get a different perspective of the famous bridge and this awesome city.

Accommodation:
Hostel

Day 40-41: Redwood National Park
Take in the stunning scenery as you drive up the Californian coast to Redwood National Park. Get out and stretch those legs with a hike through Tall Trees Grove and keep an eye out for elk and bear who can be found hiding under the canopy of the Redwoods. These trees are the tallest on Earth, so be prepared to spend a lot of time looking up. As you explore more of the park you might start to recognise the canyons covered in fern and moss from Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World. After an amazing day exploring Redwood National Park watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean on what's virtually your own private beach. Sounds like the perfect day, right?

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 42: Portland
Call it what you want - "City of Roses", "Brige City", or "Beervana" - Portland is simply awesome! It's a vibrant city full of quirky cafes and cool hipster folk, so grab yourself a flat white and enjoy some people watching.

Accommodation:
Hostel

Day 43: Seattle
Welcome to Seattle! This cool city is home to the iconic Space Needle, so soar to the top for a bird's-eye view - on a clear day you may even be able to see Mount Rainier across the Puget Sound. Visit bustling Pike Place Market where you can see market stallholders 'toss the Pike fish'. Starbucks Coffee was founded here, but the city's got an abundance of other cool and quirky coffee shops too. Later, check out the bohemian Fremont neighbourhood for cool drinking spots and restaurants, or if it’s cocktails and secret bars you’re after, make sure to check out Capitol Hill.

Accommodation:
Hostel (multi-share)

Day 44-45: Vancouver
Cross the border straight into Canada, headed for your next super-cool city. Vancouver boasts outstanding views with its stunning combination of mountains and coastline. Rent rollerblades or take to two wheels to explore Stanley Park, then head over to Prospect Point for the best views in town. For a walk with a difference, check out the stunning Capilano Suspension Bridge, 140 metres long and suspended 70 metres above the river. Later, why not head over to Gastown with its award-winning galleries and tons of cafes and restaurants?

Accommodation:
Hostel (multi-share)

Day 46-47: British Columbia & Lake Louise
Heading through British Columbia where the scenery will impress you from the word go! In every direction you'll see incredible scenery from mirrored lakes, snowy peaks and huge forests of conifer. With the nickname the `Gem of the Rockies', Lake Louise is the real show stopper around these parts. The picturesque chateau looks on as mountains cluster round the turquoise surface. We recommend you hike out to the Plain-of-Six-Glaciers tea house which will reward you with some truly stunning views! Alternatively, grab a paddle and inspect the scene on an optional canoe trip.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 48-49: Banff National Park
Packed full of show-stopping trails and incredible wildlife, Banff is Canada's first national park and the crown jewel of the Canadian Rockies. It's no surprise that this place is a favourite with locals and tourists alike. If it's a relaxing time you're after, take the scenic tramway up Sulphur Mountain or chill out by one of the picturesque lakes and local hot springs or if you simply can't sit still, there are heaps of trails just waiting for you to explore.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 50-52: Glacier National Park & Montana
You're back in the USA, and it won't just be Glacier National Park's snow-capped mountains that leave you awestruck. With bear sightings possible and other awesome wildlife in abundance, you're in for a treat. The best way to explore is to lace up your hiking boots and go for a walk. Alpine lakes, sheer peaks and of course the glaciers, all 26 of them, make this a park that'll leave you speechless. Montana is often referred to as 'Big Sky Country' because of its numerous stars, but it's also a hiker's paradise.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 53-54: Yellowstone National Park
The scenery just keeps on getting better as you reach Yellowstone National Park. View explosive geysers, including Old Faithful, and colourful waterfalls while exploring the world's oldest and most famous national park. Large herds of bisons and elk roam the park, so have your camera at the ready! If you're really lucky you may even spot a wolf as they have recently been re-introduced to the park. There's no doubt about it, the next couple of days in Yellowstone National Park will be awesome!

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 55: Cody
Just a short drive from Yellowstone you arrive in the heart of Old West Country, Cody! Embrace the cowboy roots, shake a leg and try some two-step as the buckin' bronco rears its massive head! Nothing says Wyoming more than a good dose of rodeo and a Stetson, so if you're in town from June to August, why not check out Cody's summer rodeo.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 56: Mount Rushmore
We bet you never thought you'd see the faces of some of America's most loved presidents peering out from the side of a cliff face? Well that's exactly what you can expect to see at Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The sculpture features presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln and it is pretty darn huge with 18 metre high faces, 150 metres up. Close by, another rock-carved epic is shaping up, impressive Crazy Horse Memorial. Dedicated to the famed Lakota Indian war leader, this is a sight not to be missed.

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Camping

Day 57: Badlands National Park
Head into the excellently named Badlands National Park. It's truly out of this world – well, not literally, but we imagine this is what it would be like making a moon landing! The bizarre lunar landscape of low slung buttes, chiselled spires and saw tooth ridges are what geology dreams are made of. The rugged beauty draws in people from all over the world and you may even spot bison, Bighorn Sheep and prairie dogs.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 58: Minnesota
Say hello to the Jolly Green Giant statue in Blue Earth. Head out across the great prairies of America's original western frontier. Resident coyotes may utter the occasional howl as you settle down for some shut-eye under canvas.

Accommodation:

Camping

Day 59-60: Chicago
The 'Windy City' of Chicago is home to some of the greatest blues music in America, as well as being famous for its deep-dish pizza so be sure to treat yourself to a slice... you deserve it! Why not soar up Willis Tower for dizzying views over the city, or for awesome views of the city skyline head down to Lake Michigan. Shopaholics can get their fix trawling the upmarket malls of Magnificent Mile, or for a little culture check out the city's museums. An optional 'Bobby's Bike Hike' tour is a fantastic way to get a new perspective on the city, guided by a local.

Accommodation:

Hostel

Day 61: Cedar Point
Today we're Ohio bound, where you can find out just how cool Cedar Point Amusement
Park's roller coasters really are! Millennium Force has been called ‘the
greatest roller coaster in the world', but you should find out for yourself! After enough thrills and
excitement for one day, settle down for the night close by one of the Great Lakes, the beautiful Lake Erie.

Please note: Cedar Point in Ohio is open all of June, July and August and on certain days during May, September and October. It may not always be possible to visit Cedar Point Amusement park.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 62: Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is three waterfalls all rolled into one, so you can only imagine how epic it'll be to witness this natural wonder with your own two eyes. Get as close as you dare to the booming cascades of water on an included `Maid of the Mist' cruise, just be prepared to get wet! Tonight head back to the falls for an illuminated view under a blanket of stars.

Accommodation:
Camping

Day 63: New York Area
Leaving the roar of the falls behind, you travel through New York's state's Finger Lakes region and the Pocono Mountains en route to the New York area. This tour is not scheduled to spend any time in New York City so make sure you book a few extra nights and explore the sights and sounds of the Big Apple on your own. Splash your cash along Fifth Ave, hit the top of the Empire State Building, take a selfie with Lady Liberty herself or soak up the trendy, laid-back vibe of Greenwich Village before heading home. Boy, what an adventure!

This tour ends at approximately 17:00 hrs. We can book you post tour accommodation at our gateway hotel if required. If you are planning to fly tonight, please do not book a flight that departs before 21:00 hrs.


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VARIANTE:
Diese Reise ist auch ab/bis Los Angeles buchbar:

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TOURSTIL & TEILNEHMER:
Diese Tour ist speziell für junge, abenteuerlustige und preisbewusste Reisende zwischen 18 und 38 gedacht. Ihr reist in einer kleinen internationalen Gruppe Gleichgesinnter und erforscht die Höhepunkte der USA und die Attraktionen abseits der Touristenpfade. Die Reiseroute ist flexibel, damit auf individuelle Wünsche und Aktivitäten unterwegs eingegangen werden kann und ein Maximum an Spaß garantiert ist.
Ihr seid offen für Neues, flexibel und habt kein Problem damit eine Weile auf Komfort zu verzichten. Anpacken und Mithelfen sind für Euch keine Fremdwörter, Ihr besitzt Teamgeist, seid anderen gegenüber tolerant und aufgeschlossen und der englischen Sprache mächtig. Spaß und Abenteuer stehen bei dieser Tour im Vordergrund. Ihr unternehmt Aktivitäten in der Gruppe, habt aber auch genug Freizeit zur Verfügung um alleine oder mit euren Mitreisenden neue Orte auf eigene Faust zu entdecken.

MITHILFE:
Aktive Mithilfe ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Tour. Ihr helft eurem Reiseleiter bei den täglich anfallenden Arbeiten im Camp, darunter Auf- und Abbau der Zelte, Einkaufen, die Zubereitung der Mahlzeiten oder das Be- und Entladen des Fahrzeugs. Auf diese Weise wird jeder Einzelne in der Gruppe miteinbezogen.

FAHRZEUG:
Alle Fahrzeuge sind mit Klimaanlage und sehr guten Stereoanlagen ausgestattet um Euch während der Fahrt größtmöglichen Komfort und Spaß zu ermöglichen. Gepäck, Ausrüstung und andere Notwendigkeiten werden in einem speziellen Anhänger oder in extra dafür vorgesehenen Stauraum untergebracht. Die Gruppe hat so die Möglichkeit sich mit ausreichend Proviant einzudecken um sich selbst zu versorgen und sogar die hintersten Ecken der USA zu erforschen.

FREE WI-FI:
Ihr könnt während der Fahrt Eure E-Mails checken und auf Facebook und Twitter posten, denn die Fahrzeuge sind mit WI-FI ausgestattet. WI-FI ist verfügbar während der Fahrten in USA und Alaska (max. 5 Pax gleichzeitig). WI-FI ist abhängig von der örltichen Signalverfügbarkeit.

TOURBEGINN/ENDE:
Die Tour beginnt und endet in eurem Ausgangshotel. Ihr startet am ersten Tag in der Regel gegen 7.30 Uhr und beendet eure Tour am späten Nachmittag des letzten Tages. Genauere Infos zu Tourbeginn und -ende findet Ihr auf eurem Tourvoucher.