Best of the USA Tour USA

Best of the USA Tour

  • Naturschönheiten im Yosemite Nationalpark
  • Berühmt-berüchtiges Death Valley
  • Versucht euer Glück in "fabulous" Las Vegas
  • Naturwunder Grand Canyon
  • Beeindruckende Landschaft & Navajo-Kultur im Monument Valley
  • Felsbehausungen im Mesa Verde Nationalpark
  • Geführte Tour durch die Carlsbad Caverns
  • Historisches San Antonio & The Alamo
  • New Orleans - Heimat des Jazz
  • Memphis - Heimat von Elvis Presley
  • Country-Musik in Nashville
  • Traumhafte Appalachen
  • Washington DC - Zentrum der Macht
  • Weltmetropole New York
  • An Bord der "Maid of the Mist" zu den weltberühmten Niagara Fällen
  • Taucht ein in das Nachtleben von Chicago
  • Besuch einer Brauerei und Bierverkostung in Milwaukee
  • Camping am Ufer des Mississippi
  • Mondlandschaften im Badlands Nationalpark
  • Besuch von Mount Rushmore
  • Wild West Feeling in Deadwood
  • Weltnaturerbe Yellowstone Nationalpark
  • Freizeit in San Francisco
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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43 Tage USA

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Diese ultimative Reise quer durch Amerika von Küste zu Küste (und wieder zurück) ist wahrscheinlich der ambitionierteste Road Trip, den du je unternehmen wirst. In San Francisco, der vielleicht schönsten Stadt der USA, beginnt eure Rundreise. Wandert durch die märchenhafte Natur des Yosemite Nationalparks, wagt einen Abstecher ins Death Valley und versucht euer Glück in der Glitzerstadt Las Vegas. Erlebt die eindrucksvolle Landschaft des grandiosen Grand Canyon auf einer Wanderung oder aus der Luft. Lernt die Navajo-Kultur kennen und bestaunt die impostanten Tafelberge des Monument Valley. Weitere Höhepunkte sind New Orleans, Memphis, die Hauptstadt Washington DC und "Big Apple". Eine Bootstour führt euch ganz nah an die berühmten Niagara Fälle heran, ehe es nach Chicago geht. Entdeckt mondähnliche Landschaften im Badlands NP und unternehmt in Deadwood eine Reise zurück in die Zeit des Wilden Westens. Alles was du schon immer mal besuchen wolltest erlebst du auf dieser USA Rundreise!

Tag 1: San Francisco
Anreise.

Tage 2-3: Yosemite Nationalpark
Auf der Abreise aus einer der beliebtesten Städte Amerikas könnt ihr noch einen Blick auf die Golden Gate Bridge werfen. Bewundert die spektakulären Aussichten auf Yosemites Gipfel und Granitkuppen. Unternehmt Wanderungen zu majestätischen Wasserfällen, Seen und Wiesen und spaziert zwischen riesigen Mammutbäumen.

Tag 4: Bishop
Bestaunt die spektakulären Aussichten entlang des Tioga Pass. Bewundert die Tuffstein-Türme am Mono Lake. Taucht ein in abgeschiedene Thermalquellen.

Tage 5-6: Death Valley Nationalpark/Las Vegas
Besucht den heißesten, trockensten und tiefstgelegenen Ort Nordamerikas: das Death Valley. Entdeckt Las Vegas nach einem kurzen Orientierungs-Spaziergang entlang des berühmten Vegas Strip. Optionale Fahrt in einer VIP-Limousine.

Tage 7-8: Grand Canyon Nationalpark
Unternehmt eine Wanderung voller atemberaubenden Aussichten und begebt euch in die Lüfte für einen optionalen Helikopter-Rundflug, um den Canyon aus der Vogelperspektive zu erleben.

Tage 9-10: Monument Valley/Mesa Verde Nationalpark/Durango
Lernt die Navajo-Kultur kennen und überlegt euch, an einem optionalen Allrad-Ausflug mit einem Navajo-Guide teilzunehmen. Erkundet das Leben der alten Pueblo-Völker auf einer geführten Wanderung zu den Felsbehausungen in Mesa Verde.

Tage 11-12: Santa Fe/Carlsbad
Lernt die Kultur des Südwestens in Santa Fe kennen und erkundet danach die Carlsbad Caverns auf einer geführten Tour. Geht in Deckung, wenn hier bei Sonnenuntergang 400.000 Fledermäuse auf die Jagd gehen.

Tage 13-14: San Antonio/The Alamo/Houston
Erfrischt euch in den klaren Gewässern des Paradise Canyon und erkundet das historische San Antonio und The Alamo.

Tage 15-16: New Orleans
Dreht den Jazz lauter, wenn ihr in die Heimat des Mardi Gras fahrt. Erkundet das French Quarter und mischt euch unter die Nachtschwärmer auf der Bourbon Street. Ihr könnt eine optionale Tour durch die Sümpfe machen oder mit einem Mississippi-Dampfer fahren.

Tage 17-18: Memphis/Nashville
Ihr könnt Geschichte hautnah erleben im National Civil Rights Museum, das sich an der Stelle befindet, wo Martin Luther King Jr. erschossen wurde, oder eine optionale Tour durch das Rock & Soul Museum machen. Ihr könnt auch eine Tour durch Elvis' Graceland unternehmen und euch abends eine Liveshow in der Beale Street ansehen. Wenn ihr in Nashville seid, könnt ihr natürlich auch in einer der örtlichen Kneipen in die Welt der Country-Musik eintauchen.

Tag 19: Appalachen
Reist entlang der wunderschönen Straßen, die sich durch die Appalachen schlängeln. Wandert auf einem der Wege durch den Park.

Tage 20-21: Shenandoah Nationalpark/Washington DC
Durchquert Shenandoah auf dem Weg nach DC. Erkundet die Hauptstadt der USA und den Sitz ihrer Präsidenten. Besichtigt die Denkmäler und besucht die National Mall mit ihren zahlreichen Gratis-Museen.

Tag 22: New York
Stürzt euch in den Trubel des Big Apple. Optional könnt ihr den Times Square besuchen, durch den Central Park schlendern oder Greenwich Village erkunden.

Tage 23-24: New York/Newburgh/Finger Lakes
Genießt einen kurzen Orientierungs-Spaziergang mit eurem Reiseleiter, bevor wir New York City verlassen. Besucht die turmhohen Taughannock Falls. Ihr könnt euch auch ein Kanu ausleihen.

Tage 25-26: Niagara Falls/Cleveland/Sandusky
Erlebt den Sprühregen der Niagarafälle auf der "Maid of the Mist". Wenn ihr in Cleveland seid, könnt ihr die berühmte Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame besuchen, bevor es für die Nacht nach Sandusky weitergeht.

Tage 27-28: Chicago
Lernt die Stadt bei einer kurzen Einführung mit dem Reiseleiter kennen. Schlendert entlang der Promenade am Navy Pier. Ihr könnt auch zur Spitze des Willis (ehemals Sears) Tower hinauffahren. Danach heißt es ausgehen und das großartige Nachtleben und die Musik der Stadt genießen.

Tage 29-30: Wisconsin/Sioux Falls/Kennebec
Besichtigt die Miller Brewing Company in Milwaukee und erkundet das charmante Madison, bevor ihr euer Zelt am Ufer des Mississippi aufschlagt. Weiter geht es nach Westen in das Land der Sioux und in die Great Plains.

Tage 31-33: Badlands Nationalpark/Custer
Entdeckt mondähnliche Landschaften auf den Pfaden durch die Badlands. Genießt eine Nacht unter den Sternen in dieser einmaligen Umgebung. Wandert im Custer State Park zwischen frei herumstreunenden Bisonherden. Besichtigt Mount Rushmore, wo ihr auch einen Ausflug mit dem Heißluftballon machen könnt.

Tage 34-35: Devil's Tower/Cody
Reist bei Deadwood zurück in die Zeit des Wilden Westens. Bewundert die Landschaft des Spearfish Canyon und des Bighorn National Forest. Ihr könnt auch ein echtes Rodeo besuchen (saisonabhängig).

Tage 36-37: Yellowstone Nationalpark
Reist nach Yellowstone, Heimat der meisten Wildtiere in den USA. Macht die nördliche Schleife und entdeckt die Tierwelt, Mammoth Hot Springs und Norris Geyser Basin. Nehmt die südliche Schleife mit Old Faithful und Lake Village. Ihr habt reichlich Zeit um zu wandern und zu entdecken.

Tag 38: Jackson/Twin Falls
Vormittag zur freien Verfügung, um raften oder reiten zu gehen. Danach geht es weiter nach Idaho. Unterwegs Zwischenstopp bei den Shoshone Falls.

Tag 39: Twin Falls/Reno
Lehn dich zurück und genieße einen ganztägigen entspannten Road Trip nach Nevada. Erlebe die grellen Lichter der Casinos in der „größten Kleinstadt der Welt“.

Tage 40-42: Tonopah/Yosemite Nationalpark
Befahrt die "Einsamste Straße in Amerika". Bewundert die spektakulären Aussichten auf die Hügel und Granitkuppen des Parks. Unternehmt Wanderungen zu majestätischen Wasserfällen, Seen und Wiesen und spaziert inmitten riesiger Mammutbäume.

Tag 43: San Francisco
Lasst die Wildnis hinter euch und vollendet eure große Schleife mit den grellen Lichtern der Großstadt in San Francisco. Besichtigt die Sehenswürdigkeiten, macht eine optionale Fahrt mit der Cable Car, erkundet die Stadt auf einem Leih-Fahrrad oder genießt einen Segeltörn bei Sonnenuntergang.

Tag 44: San Francisco
Abreise.

Leistungen enthalten

USA Rundreise lt. Programm, Transport im Touring-Van mit Klimaanlage, Unterbringung und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben, komplette Camping- und Kochausrüstung (außer Schlafsack und Kissen), Eintritt zu allen Nationalparks inklusive Spaziergängen und Wanderungen, Bootsfahrt auf der Maid of the Mist zu den Niagarafällen, Besuch des Nationalfriedhofs Arlington, Tour durch eine Brauerei und Bierverkostung in Milwaukee, Orientierungs-Touren in Las Vegas, Washington DC und New York, selbstaufblasbare Matratzen und Kuppelzelte, alle Transfers zwischen den Reisezielen sowie zu inbegriffenen Aktivitäten und zurück

Leistungen nicht enthalten

Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar), nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke, Reiseversicherung, Trinkgelder, persönliche Ausgaben, optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten, Vor- und Nachübernachtungen zur Tour, Flughafentransfers, USA ESTA-Einreisegenehmigung

Unterbringung

10x Hotels / Hostels
33x Camping

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Doppelzimmern (teilweise Mehrbettzimmer) bzw. 2-Personen-Zelten.

Wahlweise kann gegen Aufpreis von 969 EUR die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer/-zelt gebucht werden (außer in New York).

Bei dieser Tour übernachten wir für ein paar Nächte in Hotels, aber die meisten Nächte werden in Zelten auf öffentlichen und privaten Campingplätzen verbracht.

Die Hotels sind gut gelegen, bieten eine gute Qualität (2-3*) und die Zimmer verfügen über private Badezimmer.

Die komplette Campingausrüstung wird zur Verfügung gestellt (außer Schlafsack und Kissen) inklusive komfortabler Matratzen (selbstaufblasbar). Die Kuppelzelte sind von guter Qualität und lassen sich leicht in wenigen Minuten aufbauen. Die Zelte sind mit 2 separaten Reissverschlusstüren ausgestattet, so dass jeder Teilnehmer seinen/ihren eigenen Eingang hat.

Wir übernachten auf 2 Arten von Campingplätzen in Nordamerika:

1. Private Campingplätze: Diese sind privat geführt und verfügen in der Regel über umfangreiche Ausstattung wie Feuerstelle, Picknick-Tisch, Trinkwasser, Toilette und Dusche. Einige haben kleine Swimmingpools und Wäscheservice. Diese Campingplätze befinden sich in der Nähe von Nationalpark-Eingängen oder von Städten.
2. Öffentliche Campingplätze: Diese Camps werden von den Parkverwaltungen geführt und verfügen über die grundlegenden Einrichtungen wie Feuerstelle, Picknick-Tisch, und Trinkwasser. In einigen Fällen müssen diese Arten von Campingplätzen keine Duschen, nur Plumpsklos und einen See! An anderen Orten können sich WC und Dusche außerhalb des Campingplatzes befinden oder manchmal auch ein Stück Fahrt entfernt. Einige der öffentlichen Campingplätzen bieten Duschen gegen Gebühr an (US$ 2-6).

Verpflegung

34x Frühstück
28x Mittagessen
25x Abendessen

Plane USD525-685 für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Erfahrener englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und Fahrer

Transportart

Touring-Van / Maxi-Van

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir buchen dir gerne Zuatzübernachtungen.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

YOSEMITE:
Fahrrad leihen US$11/Stunde

LAS VEGAS:
Limo Tour (1,5 Stunden) US$40

GRAND CANYON:
IMAX Movie US$14

MONUMENT VALLEY:
Jeep Tour (2,5 Stunden) & Dinner US$70
Jeep Tour (2.5 Stunden) US$40

NEW ORLEANS:
Sumpf Tour $24
Dampfboottour auf dem Mississippi $26, $37 mit Lunch

MEMPHIS:
Graceland $24 - $37
Rock’n’ Soul Museum $11
National Civil Rights Museum $10

NASHVILLE:
Country Music Hall of Fame US$22

NEW YORK:
Empire State Building US$25 (Hauptplattform), $42 (Hauptplattform und Aussichtsplattform)

FINGER LAKES:
Kanu leihen Ithaca US$22.50 (2 Stunden), US$32.50 (4 Stunden)

NIAGARA FÄLLE:
Höhle der Winde US$11

CLEVELAND:
Rock & Roll Music Hall of Fame US$22

CHICAGO:
Willis (Sears) Tower US$18

SAN FRANCISCO:
Cable Car Fahrt US$6 (einfache Fahrt), US$14 (ganzer Tag)
Fahrrad ausleihen (ganztags) US$32 oder US$36 (höherwertiges Fahrrad)
Segeln zum Sonnenuntergang (1,5 Stunden) US$45

JENNY LAKE:
Bootsfahrt US$10 (Hin- und Rückfahrt), $7 (einfache Fahrt)

BADLANDS:
Pferde reiten US$28 (1 Stunde), $35 (1,5 Stunden), $40 (2 Stunden), $65 (halber Tag)
1880's Town US$12

CODY:
Buffalo Bill Historical Center US$18
Nacht Rodeo US$18

JACKSON HOLE:
Rafting auf dem Snake River (3 Stunden) US$75
Pferde reiten US$35 (1 Stunde), $50 (2 Stunden), $65 (3 Stunden)

Biite beachte, dass die Aktivitäten und Preise nur der Orientierung dienen und sich jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 San Francisco
Arrive at any time. We highly recommend booking pre-tour accommodation to enjoy more of the city.
There's a lot to see and do in San Francisco, and we recommend spending extra time here if you'd like to explore the city; speak to your sales agent to book extra accommodation. Haight-Ashbury, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, and the city's famous cable cars await you.

Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
1h, 19:00
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore, but make sure you're back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour.

Accommodation
The Good Hotel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 2 San Francisco/Yosemite National Park (Dinner)
Catch a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge on the way out of one of America's most popular cities. Drive into the Sierra Nevada Mountains and set up camp.
Travel through California's Sierra Nevada Mountains on the way to Yosemite National Park. Set up camp for the night and get ready for a full day of exploring the next day.

Private Vehicle
San Francisco – Yosemite National Park 7h 225km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Indian Flats Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 3 Yosemite National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Enjoy a free day in Yosemite National Park.
Admire spectacular views of Yosemite National Park's magnificent peaks and granite domes. Yosemite has many trails to offer. Be inspired by this beautiful and amazing landscape and opt to rent a bike to better explore the Yosemite Valley.

Free Time
Yosemite National Park Full Day
Use your free time to explore by foot, bike or shuttle.

Yosemite National Park Visit
Yosemite National Park1h-8h
Picturesque valleys, vast wilderness, powerful waterfalls, ancient sequoias and more than 16 types of granite make up this internationally recognized National Park. Hike the trails, get up close to ancient rock formations and take panoramic photos of this gorgeous landscape.

Optional Activities
Yosemite Bike Rental
Yosemite National Park
12USD per person
Set your wheels in motion with tandem, hand crank or mountain bikes, and opt to cycle some of the 20km (12mi) of paved trails throughout the valley floor. Bring a water bottle, stop to shoot photos, and enjoy some of the most picturesque spots in Yosemite NP.

Yosemite National Park Hike
Yosemite National Park
Free
Panoramic vistas, gushing waterfalls, and elusive wildlife await. Bring water, wear a hat and sunscreen, and hike Yosemite NP. Keep an eye out for black bears, deer, and coyotes.

Accommodation
Indian Flats Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 4 Yosemite National Park/Bishop (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Awe at the spectacular scenery along Tioga Pass. Marvel at tufa rock towers at Mono Lake.
Marvel at the spectacular views of Yosemite National Park's magnificent peaks and granite domes while enjoying one of most scenic areas in California.
Note: we intend on using the Tioga Pass, a scenic route through the Sierra Nevada mountain range that connects Yosemite NP with Bishop. In the spring and autumn seasons, there's a chance that the pass will be closed due to poor weather conditions or even snow. In such a case, we use an alternate route south, and will spend the night in Lake Isabella instead of Bishop. The status of the road is monitored daily, and our travel plan for the area will be confirmed during the trip.

Private Vehicle
Yosemite National Park – Bishop 10h 330km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Tioga Pass Drive
Tioga Pass 2h-4h
Take this scenic route through the Sierra Nevada mountain range connecting Bishop with the Yosemite Valley floor. Pass by lakes, meadows, and groves, and keep your eyes peeled for wildlife along the way.

Mono Lake Visit
Mono Lake 30m
Unusual rock towers created by underwater springs line the shore of this stunning lake. Walk along the shore and imagine what existed here nearly a million years ago. The salt waters are home to trillions of brine shrimp and alkali flies. Mono Lake also attracts nearly 100 species of migratory birds each year.

Accommodation
Browns Town Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 5 Bishop/Las Vegas (Breakfast | Lunch)
Visit a land of extremes in Death Valley National Park. Explore Las Vegas and stroll along the famous Vegas Strip. Take an optional VIP party limo.
Visit one of the country's most rugged landscapes, legendary Death Valley, the hottest and driest spot on earth and home to the lowest point in North America.
For the nights in Las Vegas, we stay close to the action in a hotel either at the end of or just a few blocks off the Strip.

Private Vehicle
Bishop – Las Vegas 10h 590km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Death Valley National Park Visit
Death Valley
The Death Valley is one of America’s most extreme locations – from sand dunes and desert, to badlands, towering peaks, and a basin that actually registers below sea-level, this is sure to be an unforgettable stop. Hottest. Driest. Lowest. There’s a bit of everything here on the border of California and Nevada.

Vegas Strip Visit
Las Vegas1h
Walk along Las Vegas Boulevard and soak in the lights, energy and pulse of the Strip. With an ever-evolving architecture and multitude of hotels, casinos, restaurants, and entertainment, there's so much to see and do.

Optional Activities
VIP Party Limo Experience
Las Vegas
45USD per person
Channel your inner celebrity and set off in this party on wheels. Luxuriate in the leather seats, and feel like a star with the neon lights, flat screen TV and booming stereo system. Tour the highlights of Vegas and love the limo life.

Accommodation
Super 8 Las Vegas Strip Area Hotel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 6 Las Vegas
Free time in Las Vegas.
Full day to explore Las Vegas. Walk the strip and try your luck at the tables or slot machines. Or spend the day shopping, dining or poolside. In the evening, opt to see one of the wildly entertaining shows Vegas is known for.

Free Time
Las Vegas
Indulge in this Sin City your own way.

Optional Activities
Gambling at Vegas Casino
Las Vegas
Free
Hold some cards, toss some dice, place a bet or sit at the slots. Try your luck at gambling in one of the many casinos along the Strip. (The legal age for gambling is 21 years of age.)

Las Vegas Show
Las Vegas
25-200USD per person
Leave the world behind, give in to your senses and prepare to be amazed. Take in one of the many shows available in this entertainment mecca. Live music, burlesque, comedy, magic, Cirque Du Soleil, and more. Whatever your passion, no other city can compete with the range and scale of shows on offer 24 hours a day.

Accommodation
Super 8 Las Vegas Strip Area Hotel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 7 Las Vegas/Grand Canyon National Park (Dinner)
Travel Route 66, then arrive at the beautiful Grand Canyon. Enjoy a bird's-eye view of the Grand Canyon with an optional helicopter flight, then enjoy a sunset at the edge of the Grand Canyon.
Considered among nature's most spectacular offerings, the Grand Canyon provides spectacular opportunities for exploration. Return to the campsite and recapture the experiences from this memorable day!
Note: If you have pre-booked the Grand Canyon Helicopter Ride you will enjoy your 45-50min ride over the canyon on either Day 7 or 8. This will be determined by the CEO.

Private Vehicle
Las Vegas – Grand Canyon National Park 6h 475km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Grand Canyon Sunset
Grand Canyon National Park
Head to the rim of the Grand Canyon at sunset. Point your camera in any direction and capture memorable shots as the shifting light plays off the layers of red, yellow, and brown rock. This is truly one of the great wonders. Enjoy the moment.

Optional Activities
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour
Grand Canyon
284USD per person
The Grand Canyon helicopter ride is a must! Enjoy a bird's-eye view as you fly over the canyon, taking in the stark contrast of the the blue-green Colorado River against the thousand shades of red rock found in the canyon. From above you can fully appreciate the greatness of the gorge and see why it is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Grand Canyon IMAX Movie
Grand Canyon National Park
15USD per person
On a giant six-story movie screen, watch the most viewed IMAX film of all time, "Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets". Escape, fly, and discover the history and beauty of this awe-inspiring landscape.

Accommodation
Mather Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 8 Grand Canyon National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Enjoy free time in Grand Canyon NP.
Enjoy a free day to discover the Grand Canyon. Opt to wander throughout the park and take a hike. Hire a bike, check out a museum or see the canyon from the sky by helicopter.

Free Time
Grand Canyon
Enjoy a full day in this Wonder of the World to explore your own way.

Grand Canyon South Rim Visit
Grand Canyon National Park
Visit the south rim of the canyon for a great first impression. Marvel as the Grand Canyon unfolds before you. Don't get too close. The land drops almost straight down for more than 1,000m (3,280 ft) into the serpentine canyons below! The gorge is filled with rocky buttes, sheer limestone cliffs, and deep canyons all arrayed in a rainbow of colors. Words defy. This is truly one of the most magnificent sights on earth.

Optional Activities
Hiking
Grand Canyon
Free
Opt to hike along the rim or down into the canyon. Experience breathtaking scenery with spectacular views. Bring lots of water, a hat and plenty of energy. Remember -- hiking down is optional, hiking back up is mandatory!

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour
Grand Canyon
284USD per person
The Grand Canyon helicopter ride is a must! Enjoy a bird's-eye view as you fly over the canyon, taking in the stark contrast of the the blue-green Colorado River against the thousand shades of red rock found in the canyon. From above you can fully appreciate the greatness of the gorge and see why it is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Grand Canyon IMAX Movie
Grand Canyon National Park
15USD per person
On a giant six-story movie screen, watch the most viewed IMAX film of all time, "Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets". Escape, fly, and discover the history and beauty of this awe-inspiring landscape.

Accommodation
Mather Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 9 Grand Canyon National Park/Monument Valley (Breakfast | Lunch)
Drive along the southern rim of the canyon, then opt to discover one of the most majestic places on earth, Monument Valley, on an optional overnight excursion.
Take an optional jeep tour led by a Navajo guide through Monument Valley and be inspired by a night under the stars while camping in this magnificent atmosphere.

Private Vehicle
Grand Canyon National Park – Monument Valley5h290km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Monument Valley Overnight
Monument Valley
100USD per person
Explore this magical and sacred place by 4x4. Tour the Tribal Park to see the magnificent colours, miles of mesas, buttes, and pinnacles that make Monument Valley a truly wondrous experience. Stay overnight in a traditional Navajo Hogan or sleep under the endless shooting stars. Wake for a breathtaking monumental sunrise.

Accommodation
Gouldings Campground (or similar)
Campground
 
Day 10 Monument Valley/Durango (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Wind up the side of a mountain through Mesa Verde National Park's rocky slopes and inspiring vistas. Hike to ancient cliff dwellings in Mesa Verde before continuing on to Durango.
Hike through history exploring Mesa Verde National Park, which offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Puebloans.

Private Vehicle
Monument Valley – Durango 7h
Approximate Distance to Durango: 315 km

Mesa Verde Guided Tour
Mesa Verde National Park 1h-2h
Take a guided hike through history while exploring the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, some of the most notable and best preserved sites in North America.

Accommodation
Riverside Resort & RV Park (or similar)
Campground

Day 11 Durango/Santa Fe (Breakfast | Lunch)
Continue to Santa Fe and dive into the Southwest culture in this historic city.
Continue the journey back in time and explore one of America's oldest and most beautiful cities, Santa Fe. Take a stroll downtown and visit art galleries, or enjoy some world-famous roasted green chilies.

Private Vehicle
Durango – Santa Fe 6h 350km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Free Time
Santa Fe Afternoon
Take time to explore, shop, and eat in this cultural city.

Accommodation
Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 12 Santa Fe/Carlsbad (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Look for aliens at infamous Roswell en route to exploring the Carlsbad Caverns, dodging the 400,000 bats heading out to hunt at sunset.

Private Vehicle
Santa Fe – Carlsbad 8h 470km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Explore Roswell
Roswell
Explore the mystery-steeped Roswell. On the night of July 2, 1947, something (or someone) crashed into the desert outside of town. Was it a balloon, military craft, or really extra-terrestrial life? Find out what all the hype is about while passing through this funky town.

Carlsbad Caverns Tour
Carlsbad 1h-3h
Trek underground into the Carlsbad Caverns, one of the oldest and most famous cave systems in the world. Explore the caves and be fascinated by the underground chambers formed by sulfuric acid, which dissolved the surrounding limestone. Witness a stunning spectacle in the evening when nearly 400,000 Mexican free-tail bats exit Carlsbad Cavern.

Accommodation
Carlsbad Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 13 Carlsbad/Austin (Breakfast | Lunch)
Cross into the state of Texas, the birthplace of Tex-Mex food, 10-gallon hats, and Western movies.
Sit back and gaze at the scenery while travelling through the southern United States. Upon arrival in the 'Lonestar' state, settle in at the campsite for a night under the stars.

Private Vehicle
Carlsbad – Austin 9h 764km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Bastrop / SE Austin / Colorado River KOA (or similar)
Campground

Day 14 Austin (Breakfast)
Spend a free day in Austin. Opt to visit the SoCo area for thrift shopping, take a dip in the Barton natural pool, or let loose at a local country bar in the evening.

Free Time
Austin Full Day
Get out and explore Austin!

Optional Activities
Tubing on the Guadalupe River
Grab a tube and enjoy how the locals like to beat the heat - floating down the Guadalupe River. Soak up the sun and take the occasional dip while slowly travelling down river from Austin to San Antonio.

SoCo Vintage and Thrift Shopping
Austin
Spend a few hours checking out the SoCo (South Congress) shopping area of Austin. This is a great area to people watch, grab a bite to eat, and search through the vintage stores to find that hidden gem. Check this out for some real local flavour!

Barton Springs Pool
Austin
8USD per person
Take some time to relax in the sun and go for a swim in to what locals call "nature's pool". Barton Springs is a natural reservoir that has created a crystal clear swimming hole inside Zilker Park. Hop into the pool to cool off before relaxing on the grassy knoll right at the water's edge.

BBQ Dinner
Austin
You can't visit the Southwest without trying some good ol', finger lickin BBQ. Texans like to brag that they have some of the best BBQ in the world - try for yourself and find out.

Country Dancing
Austin
Bring out your inner cowboy or cowgirl as you hit the town at an authentic country bar. Mosey up to the bar and grab a pint before heading to the dance floor (cowboy boots not required!). You'll be two-stepping like a local in no time.

Accommodation
Bastrop / SE Austin / Colorado River KOA (or similar)
Campground

Day 15 Austin/New Orleans (Breakfast)
Crank up the jazz and drive into the home of Mardi Gras. Explore the French Quarter, and join the revellers on Bourbon Street 'til the early hours.
The CEO will point out a few things on the drive in, then get out and experience the city at its best.

Private Vehicle
Austin – New Orleans 9h 820km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Olde Town Inn (or similar)
Hostel

Day 16 New Orleans (Breakfast)
Enjoy a free day to explore New Orleans.
New travellers may join you today for the rest of the adventure. You are welcome to join them at a group meeting this evening, followed by an optional dinner.

Free Time
New Orleans Full Day
Head out and explore.

Optional Activities
Swamp and Bayou Tour
New Orleans
Take a captivating boat tour into swamps and bayous, through the preserved wetlands in Louisiana. Get up close and personal with alligators, wild boar, snakes, and more in their natural habitat.

Historical Tours
New Orleans
Free-30USD per person
Learn more about this fascinating city by discovering its past. New Orleans has all kinds of tour options for all kinds of tastes. Opt for a voodoo tour, ghost tour, cemetery tour or vampire tour — you name it, there’s probably a tour for it. All the tours bring a different historical side of New Orleans to life, with a little bit of creepy thrown in.

Creole Cooking Class
New Orleans
Learn to cook authentic Creole food and savour the fruits of your labour.

Optional Welcome Meeting for Travellers on Combos
You may be a seasoned pro at group travel by now, but there will likely be some new travellers joining the group. Sit in on the welcome meeting to meet the newest members of your group and learn about the next leg of your tour.

Accommodation
Olde Town Inn (or similar)
Hostel

Day 17 New Orleans/Memphis (Breakfast | Lunch)
Explore the vibrant cultural and musical melting pot of Memphis. Take an optional tour of Graceland, opt to relive history at the National Civil Rights Museum, or tour the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. Head to Beale Street at night for great food and live music.
Explore the birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll, the Home of Blues, and the starting point of soul. Music legends, including Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and B.B. King, made their marks on Memphis. Optional activities include visiting the National Civil Rights Museum (located where the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr took place in 1968) or visiting the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum.

Private Vehicle
New Orleans – Memphis 8h 640km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
National Civil Rights Museum
Memphis
15USD per person
Visit the National Civil Rights Museum, located at the Lorraine Motel, the assassination site of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Tour exhibits and collections to learn about key episodes of the American civil rights movement and its legacy in inspiring global civil and human rights efforts.

Rock & Soul Museum Visit
Memphis
12USD per person
Learn all about the birth of rock and soul music at the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. Discover the stories of this genre's musical pioneers, who blazed a path and created a cultural revolution.

Accommodation
Graceland Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 18 Memphis/Nashville (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Take an optional tour of Graceland. Travel to the country music capital of the world and, at night, become immersed in local music in downtown Nashville.
In the morning, opt to walk in the footsteps of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll at Elvis Presley’s home, Graceland. If Graceland is not for you, enjoy the time to explore more of Memphis on your own. Travel to Nashville in time to check out the nightlife and visit a real country cowboy bar.

Free Time
Memphis Morning
Opt to tour Graceland or go your own way and explore Memphis.

Private Vehicle
Memphis – Nashville 5h 380km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Visit Elvis Presley’s home
Memphis
36-77USD per person
See how the legend lived and discover Elvis videos, pictures, stage costumes, and much more. All tickets include an interactive media tour of Graceland Mansion and grounds as well as a self-guided tour of Elvis' Tupelo. Want to see more? Opt to include the Graceland Archives Experience, and a self-guided tour of Elvis' Automobile Museum, Elvis: Live from Vegas, and Elvis' Hawaii: Concerts, Movies and More!

Cowboy Bar Visit
Nashville
Free-20USD per person
Hit the town and live it up in the country music capital of the world. This "Music City" will get you up and dancing and keep your toes tapping late into the night.

Accommodation
Jellystone Park Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 19 Nashville/Appalachia (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Travel the beautiful winding roads through the Appalachian Mountains and absorb their undisturbed natural beauty.
Experience the Appalachian Mountains on the drive. The mountains are a perfect place to relax and to enjoy the fresh, clean air and see the true beauty of North America.

Private Vehicle
Nashville – Appalachia 8h 575km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
KOA Wytheville Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 20 Appalachia/Washington DC (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Pass through Shenandoah National Park, and opt to take a short hike. Visit Arlington Cemetery, and arrive in the US capital in time to wander the monuments by moonlight.
Continue on the Skyline Drive through Shenandoah National Park, a truly beautiful, historic national treasure. Standing on top of the peaks of Shenandoah National Park, gaze across the silent mountains. It's hard to believe Washington DC is just a short distance away.

Private Vehicle
Appalachia – Washington DC 7h 480km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Arlington Cemetery Visit
Arlington National Cemetery 1h-2h
Visit Arlington National Cemetery, a military cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Wander through the tombs, see the eternal flame at John F Kennedy's grave, and visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which represents the thousands lost in war. Spend some time at the memorial amphitheater or witness the changing of the guard.

Monuments by Moonlight
Washington DC 1h 2km
See a different side of the city by moonlight. Take a tour after the sun sets to see some of Washington DC's most popular monuments and memorials all lit up.

Optional Activities
Hike through Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park
Free
Enjoy a hike on one of the many trails and paths in Shenandoah National Park. Take in the tranquil natural beauty of its rolling green hills against a backdrop of mountains.

Accommodation
Cherry Hill Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 21 Washington DC (Breakfast)
Enjoy free time to explore.
There is so much to see and do in Washington DC that you can't see it all in one day. Take your time and spend a full day exploring this fascinating city.

Free Time
Washington DC Full Day
Use free time to explore some of the monuments and museums this city has to offer.

Optional Activities
White House Visit
Washington DC
Visit 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and learn more about where the president of the US lives and works.

Washington Monument Visit
Washington Monument
Free
Visit the massive obelisk built to honour George Washington, the United States' first president. The Washington Monument is the world's tallest structure made entirely of stone and the world's tallest obelisk. Reopened after suffering damage from an earthquake and hurricane, visitors can opt to travel to the top for a gorgeous view of the city.

Reflecting Pool and National Mall Visit
Reflecting Pool
Visit the National Mall to see the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, a stunning 2,029 ft (618m) long pool lined with trees and walking paths, which reflects the Lincoln Memorial and/or the Washington Monument, depending on your vantage point.

Lincoln Memorial Visit
Lincoln Memorial
Visit the monument dedicated to the 16th US president, Abraham Lincoln, who was instrumental in the abolition of slavery.

National Mall Visit
Washington DC
Visit the National Mall, a park in downtown Washington DC, that occupies the area between the Lincoln Memorial and the United States Capitol. Wear comfy shoes – there’s lots to explore in this spectacular green space. The National Mall includes the Washington Monument, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Constitution Gardens, World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the District of Columbia War Memorial, National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of American History, National Museum of Natural History, the Smithsonian, and much more.

Accommodation
Cherry Hill Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 22 Washington DC/New York City (Breakfast | Lunch)
Dive into the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple. Opt to visit Times Square or stroll through Central Park. Check out the famous nightlife in NYC.
For our night in NYC, we stay close to the action in a hostel in Manhattan close to the subway line. Today, new travellers may join you for the rest of your adventure. You are welcome to join them at a group meeting this evening, followed by an optional dinner.

Private Vehicle
Washington DC – New York City 6h 375km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Times Square Visit
New York City
Come experience the hub of the city that never sleeps. Head to Midtown Manhattan at Broadway and Seventh Avenue – the heart of all the action. Covered in illuminated billboards and advertisements, Times Square is one of the world's busiest pedestrian intersections and a major centre of the world's entertainment industry.

Central Park Visit
New York City
Free
Discover Central Park, an 843-acre masterpiece of landscape architecture. Much of the park appears natural, but it is almost entirely landscaped. Designed in the 19th century, it is one of America's greatest works of art and the nation's first public park. Explore its walkways and gardens, and, like many other visitors, fall in love with this spectacular green space. Central Park has become the most famous and beloved urban park in the world, featuring extensive walking tracks, bridle paths, an ice-skating rink, a swimming pool, the Central Park Zoo, the Central Park Conservatory Garden, a wildlife sanctuary, a large area of natural woods, and an outdoor amphitheater.

Optional Welcome Meeting for Travellers on Combos
You may be a seasoned pro at group travel by now, but there will likely be some new travellers joining the group. Sit in on the welcome meeting to meet the newest members of your group and learn about the next leg of your tour.

Accommodation
Sleep Inn Brooklyn (or similar)
Hotel

Day 23 New York City/Newburgh (Dinner)
Spend the morning exploring the USA's biggest urban playground before heading to Newburgh.
Dive into the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple on a brief orientation to the city with the CEO, then trade in the big city for a campfire.
This tour departs New York City mid-day on Day 2.

Private Vehicle
New York City – Newburgh 3h 112km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Staten Island Ferry
New York City
Hop on the Staten Island Ferry, "one of the world's greatest (and shortest) water voyages" (according to guidebooks), and enjoy a stunning view of New York Harbour for free! See the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, in perfect view, and get a unique viewpoint of Lower Manhattan’s skyline and its skyscrapers and bridges. Long before any bridges were built, the ferry transported people between Manhattan and its boroughs; ferry service is offered between Whitehall Street in lower Manhattan and St. George on Staten Island.

9/11 Memorial Visit and One World Trade Center Observation Deck
New York
24-58USD per person
Remember 9/11 on a visit to Ground Zero. A Memorial and Museum have been created to commemorate those lost on 9/11.

Chinatown Visit
New York
Free
Lively and diverse, New York City's Chinatown has so much to see and do for urban adventurers. This growing community is considered to have the largest Asian population in a city outside of Asia.

Accommodation
KOA Newburgh (or similar)
Campground

Day 24 Newburgh/Finger Lakes (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Enjoy a day out in nature taking in the natural beauty of the Finger Lakes region. Visit towering Taughannock Falls, cool off in the lake, or sample wine from a local winery.
Discover one of the highest waterfalls east of the Rocky Mountains, Taughannock Falls. Take a hike to explore this beautiful area on foot, rent a kayak or paddleboard, or just relax by the lake. Opt to taste wine from one of the local vineyards.

Private Vehicle
Newburgh – Finger Lakes 6h 375km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Taughannock Falls Visit
Taughannock Falls
Discover one of the highest waterfalls east of the Rocky Mountains, Taughannock Falls, which drops 66m (215 ft). Hike along the river 1.2km (.75 mi) to the end of the gorge trail for stunning views at the base of the falls. Or view the falls from above at the overlook vista.

Free Time
Finger Lakes Afternoon
Enjoy a free afternoon to spend at the lake or taste at a local winery.

Optional Activities
Finger Lakes Kayaking and Paddleboarding
Finger Lakes
20-32USD per person
Opt to glide across the lake by kayak or test your balance on a paddleboard. Grab a paddle and get ready to be wowed by natural beauty in every direction. Take time to float and soak in the stunning scenery of the rolling hills and sky that stretches forever.

Accommodation
Taughannock Falls SP (or similar)
Campground

Day 25 Finger Lakes/Niagara Falls (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Get wet on the Maid of the Mist boat tour, and be sure to check out the falls illuminated in the evening.
An exciting adventure awaits in Niagara Falls. Feel the rushing waters of the falls taking the famous "Maid of the Mist Boat Tour." Return after darkness settles over the Niagara region and witness the Falls illuminated in a rainbow of colour!

Private Vehicle
Finger Lakes – Niagara Falls 4h 190km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Maid of the Mist Tour
Niagara Falls 1h
Ready to “explore the roar”? The Niagara Falls Maid of the Mist tour takes visitors on an excursion into the basin of Niagara Falls State Park’s Horseshoe Falls. Generations of Niagara Falls visitors have named the Maid of the Mist tour as one of the highlights of their trip. A favorite Niagara Falls State Park attraction for more than 150 years, the dramatic passage ferries past the base of the American Falls, and on to the basin of Horseshoe Falls, through roiling waterfall whitewater and massive rock formations. The Maid of the Mist returns guests to shore with new found appreciation of the power and grandeur of Niagara Falls.

Optional Activities
Cave of the Winds Visit
Niagara Falls
12USD per person
Experience a wet and wild mist zone in the Cave of the Winds Tour. Travel 175 ft (53m) down by elevator into the Niagara Gorge. Pull on a rain poncho and sandals, and follow walkways along Niagara River to the Hurricane Deck a few feet from the torrent. No need to shower today as Niagara Falls will bathe you in its downpour.

Accommodation
Niagara (US) KOA Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 26 Niagara Falls/Sandusky (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Travel to Sandusky and opt to catch some thrills at a local amusement park.

Private Vehicle
Niagara Falls – Sandusky 6h
Approximate Distance to Sandusky: 430km (267 mi)

Optional Activities
Cedar Point Amusement Park
Sandusky
40USD per person
Boost your adrenaline at the "Roller Coaster Capital of the World." Hop on one of 72 rides (including 16 roller coasters) on offer at the Cedar Point Amusement Park, a park awarded "Best Amusement Park in the World" by Amusement Today for 16 years in a row.

Accommodation
KOA Sandusky Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 27 Sandusky/Chicago (Breakfast)
Stop for lunch in the Amish community of Shipshewana before continuing on to Chicago. Walk along the river to Millennium Park, enjoy dazzling music, and stroll the boardwalk of the Navy Pier. Opt to ride to the top of the Willis (formerly Sears) Tower, then hit the town for a night out with the group.

Private Vehicle
Sandusky – Shipshewana 4h 275km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Amish Community Visit
Shipshewana
Stop for a lunch break in this character-rich Amish community. Opt to take a short buggy ride around town.

Private Vehicle
Shipshewana – Chicago 3h30m 240km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Orientation Walk
30m-1h
Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Optional Activities
Willis Tower
Chicago
19-40USD per person
Visit Willis Tower, which reaches 412m (1,353 ft) and 103 floors into the sky. Step "outside" on the Skydeck's glass ledge for a jaw-dropping view of Chicago and up to four states.

Millennium Park Visit
Chicago
Free
Discover downtown Chicago’s beautiful “front lawn”, Millennium Park, featuring green design and four artistic highlights: the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate (aka the Bean), the Crown Fountain, and the Lurie Garden. Located near Chicago's Lake Michigan shoreline, the park was originally intended to celebrate the millennium, but opened four years later in July 2004.

Navy Pier Boardwalk
Chicago
Wander through this Chicago landmark and check out the rides, theatres, museums, restaurants, shops, art, music, and more, along this lakefront boardwalk.

Amish Buggy Ride
Shipshewana
4-7USD per person
Enjoy a short buggy ride around this unique, character-rich community, and learn a little bit about the history of the surrounding area.

Accommodation
Ohio House Motel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 28 Chicago
Free time to explore Chicago.
Today, new travellers may join you for the rest of your adventure. You are welcome to join them at a group meeting this evening, followed by an optional dinner.

Free Time
Chicago Full Day
Get out and explore the windy city.

Optional Activities
Willis Tower
Chicago
19-40USD per person
Visit Willis Tower, which reaches 412m (1,353 ft) and 103 floors into the sky. Step "outside" on the Skydeck's glass ledge for a jaw-dropping view of Chicago and up to four states.

Millennium Park Visit
Chicago
Free
Discover downtown Chicago’s beautiful “front lawn”, Millennium Park, featuring green design and four artistic highlights: the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate (aka the Bean), the Crown Fountain, and the Lurie Garden. Located near Chicago's Lake Michigan shoreline, the park was originally intended to celebrate the millennium, but opened four years later in July 2004.

Navy Pier Boardwalk
Chicago
Wander through this Chicago landmark and check out the rides, theatres, museums, restaurants, shops, art, music, and more, along this lakefront boardwalk.

Optional Welcome Meeting for Travellers on Combos
You may be a seasoned pro at group travel by now, but there will likely be some new travellers joining the group. Sit in on the welcome meeting to meet the newest members of your group and learn about the next leg of your tour.

Accommodation
Ohio House Motel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 29 Chicago/Frontenac (Dinner)
Tour the Miller Brewing Company in Milwaukee. Drive through Wisconsin and finish the day at a campground on the banks of the Mississippi River.

Miller Brewery Tour and Tasting
Milwaukee 1h
Enjoy an introduction video and personal tour through Miller Brewery, which has more than 155 years of brewing history. Sit back in the outdoor beer garden after the tour and enjoy a few different Miller Family samples brewed onsite at this historic Milwaukee landmark.

Private Vehicle
Chicago – Frontenac 9h 535km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Lake Pepin Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 30 Frontenac/Sioux Falls (Breakfast | Dinner)
Enjoy a free morning at the largest shopping mall in America – the Mall of America. Afterwards, venture into South Dakota and head into the lands of the Sioux and the Great Plains.

Private Vehicle
Frontenac – Sioux Falls 10h 500km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.
Drive time includes a stop at the Mall of America in the Twin Cities.

Mall of America visit
Bloomington
Stop off at one of the largest shopping malls in the United States. Not a shopaholic? No problem! There is an indoor theme park in the centre of the mall, a perfect shopping distraction.

Optional Activities
Sioux Falls Visit
Sioux Falls
Walk the paths around these shallow cascading waterfalls or relax in the grass under the shade of the trees in these serene surroundings.

Accommodation
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park of Sioux Falls (or similar)
Campground

Day 31 Sioux Falls/Badlands National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Travel through the Badlands before reaching the Black Hills.

Private Vehicle
Sioux Falls – Badlands National Park 6h 450km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Original South Dakota 1880's Town Visit
Jackson County
12-17USD per person
Envision life on the prairie 100 years ago on this visit to a town made up of more than 30 original buildings from the 1880s to 1920s. Authentically equipped with furniture, antiques, and photographs, this town even has a museum dedicated to the many props used in Kevin Costner's famous movie "Dances with Wolves." Enjoy live entertainment or opt to dress up for some "old-time" photos.

Accommodation
KOA Badlands National Park (or similar)
Campground

Day 32 Badlands National Park/Custer State Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Discover moon-like landscapes on the trails of the Badlands, then drive to Custer SP. Dodge free-roaming bison herds while exploring Custer's diverse lands.
Explore the spectacular, bizarre, and moon-like landscape at Badlands National Park. Discover Wall Drug, an American roadside wonder before reaching the famous Black Hills in the heart of South Dakota. Then take the scenic route to Custer State Park.

Badlands National Park Visit
Badlands National Park
The Lakota gave the area its name, "mako sica" meaning "land bad." Discover the park on short hiking trails and enjoy the feeling of true isolation – visitors can look for miles and see no sign of civilization. Keep eyes peeled for the thousands of delightful prairie dogs that pop up and down in the grasslands and the more elusive bison, bighorn sheep, and black-footed ferrets that live in the park.

Private Vehicle
Badlands National Park – Custer State Park6h
Approximate Distance to Custer: 250km (155 mi)

Wall Drug Visit
Wall 1h
Discover an American roadside wonder that made "Wall" such a famous place to visit. It all started in the 1930s with free ice water for thirsty tourists coming from the east; today, almost 100 stores and exhibits operate under a single entity making up "America's Favourite Roadside Attraction."

Optional Activities
Custer State Park Hike
Custer State Park
Free
Explore this fascinating terrain 1,621m (5,318 ft) above sea level. Find your adventure on short hikes through hills, mountainous lakes, rolling prairies, and breathtaking vistas.

Accommodation
KOA Custer (or similar)
Campground

Day 33 Custer State Park/Devils Tower (Breakfast | Dinner)
Check out the larger than life ex-presidents of Mount Rushmore, tour around Crazy Horse Memorial, and stop off at Deadwood en route to Devils Tower in Wyoming.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial Visit
Keystone 1h
Visit one of America’s most inspiring symbols of democracy and freedom. Be amazed at the impressive granite faces of four of the most influential presidents of the United States: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. Each stone head is as tall as a six-story building.

Crazy Horse Memorial Visit
Custer1h-2h
Visit the spectacular Crazy Horse Memorial, which was made to honour the culture, tradition, and living heritage of North American Indians. The words of Chief Standing Bear, "My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too" convinced sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski to create a Memorial for the Lakota people in 1939. Currently 60-90 years away from completion, the memorial, once finished, will be the largest sculpture in the world.

Private Vehicle
Custer State Park – Devils Tower 3h 240km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Deadwood Visit
Deadwood 1h-3h
Explore the once lawless town of Deadwood created by the Black Hills Gold Rush, which brought gunfighters, gamblers, and prostitutes. The town achieved notoriety for the murder of "Wild Bill" Hickok. Watch the famous shootout at the Old Style Saloon #10 and witness the shooting of Wild Bill. Check out the fabulous Midnight Star, Kevin Costner's casino, and try your luck at one of the slot machines.

Accommodation
KOA Devils Tower (or similar)
Campground

Day 34 Devils Tower/Cody (Breakfast | Lunch)
On the way to Cody, the "Rodeo Capital of the World," drive through the Bighorn National Forest. Opt to go to an authentic rodeo (seasonal).
With crystal-clear lakes, alpine meadows, and glacial carved valleys, the Bighorn National Forest is one of the most scenic drives in Wyoming towards Cody, the "Rodeo Capital of the World."

Private Vehicle
Devils Tower – Cody 7h 500km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Buffalo Bill Historic Center
Cody
19USD per person
Opt to explore this world-class museum, which depicts the life of "Buffalo Bill" and the history and myth of the American West. Learn how, in an era without TV or movies, Cody used the persona of “Buffalo Bill” to become the voice of history, promise, and enduring spirit of the American West. The museum exhibits the history of the American cowboy, dude ranching, western conservation, frontier entrepreneurship, and the source of concepts about the West.

Cody Rodeo
Cody
20USD per person
Watch the bronco busters and cowboys show their skills and compete in this western tradition, which started with Buffalo Bill and his Wild West Show more than a century ago. Buffalo Bill wanted to preserve this heritage for cowboys from all over the country to compete and show the "Wild West" to travellers. The Cody Stampede rodeo has been held every summer in the "Rodeo Capitol of the World" since 1919.

Accommodation
KOA Cody (or similar)
Campground

Day 35 Cody/Yellowstone National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Travel to Yellowstone, the world's first national park, and be in awe of the colourful geysers, powerful waterfalls, exciting wildlife, and contrasting scenic beauty around every corner.
Yellowstone is beyond special. Geysers, waterfalls, wildlife, and scenic beauty are around every corner just waiting to be explored. In fact, Yellowstone National Park is a super volcano with the world’s largest active geyser field, boasting more than 10,000 geysers. The Park is also home to more wild animals than almost anywhere else in the U.S., including roaming bison, gray wolves, elk, black bears, and, of course, the famous grizzly bear.

Private Vehicle
Cody – Yellowstone National Park 8h 320km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Lamar Valley Visit
Yellowstone National Park 1h
Test your skills at spotting wildlife in Lamar Valley, widely believed to be one of the best places in Yellowstone to view animals, especially bison, grizzly bears, and wolves. Habitat preferences vary by season, with animals migrating west towards more of the thermal features in the park. Keep eyes peeled, but know that spotting animals involves luck and coincidence.

Yellowstone Northern Loop Excursion
Yellowstone National Park8h 2-7km
Explore the Northern Loop in Yellowstone National Park, which features beautiful scenery, exciting wildlife, and spectacular hydrothermal features. Tour the ever-maturing Mammoth Hot Springs, walk the Porcelain Basin trail through Norris Geyser Basin, and discover the impressive waterfalls and natural colours of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone!

Accommodation
Bridge Bay Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 36 Yellowstone National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Spend the day exploring the highlights of the Southern Loop.
Travel through some of the most famous landmarks of Yellowstone, including Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring, West Thumb, and Yellowstone Lake.

Yellowstone South Loop Excursion
Yellowstone National Park 8h 2-5km
Travel through the Southern Loop of Yellowstone National Park, which features some of the most breathtaking and diverse natural scenery. Watch Old Faithful erupt, check out the colours of the Grand Prismatic Spring, and take in the geysers in West Thumb with Yellowstone Lake as the backdrop.

Walking
Yellowstone National Park 4h
Lace up your shoes and get to the next stop under your own power.

Accommodation
Bridge Bay Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 37 Yellowstone National Park/Jackson (Breakfast | Lunch)

Cross the Continental Divide en route to Grand Teton NP. Enjoy the view of more than 12 peaks that make up this beautiful drive. Opt to visit a cowboy bar for Western line dancing and live music.
Stop at Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park and take in the tranquil surroundings.
In the late afternoon, reach Jackson and marvel at the town square’s elk antler arches. In the evening, enjoy a night out with a true wild western atmosphere at the One Million Dollar Bar.

Private Vehicle
Yellowstone National Park – Jackson 6h 230km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Grand Teton National Park Visit
Grand Teton National Park
Visit Grand Teton National Park, a natural playground that offers serene landscapes, alluring wildlife, hidden waterfalls, and hundreds of hiking trails throughout the park. Towering above pristine lakes and alpine terrain, the Teton Range includes more than 12 peaks at an elevation greater than 12,000 ft (39370m).

Optional Activities
Jenny Lake Boat Ride
Grand Teton National Park
15USD per person
Stop at beautiful Jenny Lake and take a boat ride across the lake. Hike 3km (1.9 mi) to discover Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point on the other side of the lake.

Million Dollar Bar Visit
Jackson
Free-20USD per person
Enjoy a night out in a true Western town. Opt to go to the One Million Dollar Bar, Wyoming's landmark watering hole, known for its western dancing, live entertainment, and fascinating decor, including knobbed pine architecture and genuine saddle barstools.

Accommodation
KOA Jackson South (or similar)
Campground

Day 38 Jackson/Twin Falls (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Choose to go whitewater rafting or horseback riding during a free morning, then cross the border into Idaho. Stop off at Shoshone Falls en route.

Free Time
JacksonMorning
Enjoy a free morning for whitewater rafting or horseback riding.

Private Vehicle
Jackson – Twin Falls5h410km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Whitewater Rafting on Snake River
Jackson
75USD per person
Enjoy a guided tour along the Snake River and learn about the history and geology of the area. Pass by limestone cliffs and over class II and III rapids like The Lunchcounter and the Big Kahuna. Float down the river, keep an eye out for wildlife, and take in the stunning scenery!

Jackson Horseback Riding
Jackson
35-70USD per person
Saddle up and take a scenic ride through mountain trails into an area of unspoilt natural beauty. Enjoy peaceful surroundings along the famous Snake River and see if you can spot various wildlife in their natural habitat.

Accommodation
1000 Springs Resort (or similar)
Resort

Day 39 Twin Falls/Reno (Breakfast | Lunch)
Sit back and relax during a road trip day, crossing into Nevada. Enjoy the bright lights both in and outside the casinos in "The Biggest Little City in the World."

Private Vehicle
Twin Falls – Reno 8h 740km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Harrah's Reno (or similar)
Hotel

Day 40 Reno/South Lake Tahoe (Lunch | Dinner)
Arrive to Lake Tahoe after a short drive. Enjoy a free afternoon for hiking, lake activities or relaxing.

Private Vehicle
Reno – South Lake Tahoe 1h30m 110km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
The Campground by the Lake (or similar)
Campground

Day 41 South Lake Tahoe/Yosemite National Park (Lunch | Dinner)
Marvel at the spectacular views of Yosemite National Park's magnificent peaks and granite domes while enjoying one of most scenic drives in California: Tioga Pass!
With a keen eye and a little luck, spot black bears, deer or coyotes.

Tioga Pass Drive
Tioga Pass 2h-4h
Take this scenic route through the Sierra Nevada mountain range connecting Bishop with the Yosemite Valley floor. Pass by lakes, meadows, and groves, and keep your eyes peeled for wildlife along the way.

Yosemite National Park Visit
Yosemite National Park 1h-8h
Picturesque valleys, vast wilderness, powerful waterfalls, ancient sequoias and more than 16 types of granite make up this internationally recognized National Park. Hike the trails, get up close to ancient rock formations and take panoramic photos of this gorgeous landscape.

Private Vehicle
South Lake Tahoe – Yosemite National Park 8h 385km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Indian Flats Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 42 Yosemite National Park (Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner)
Enjoy free time in Yosemite National Park.
Full day to explore Yosemite National Park. Hike the many trails Yosemite has to offer and be inspired by this beautiful and amazing landscape. Option to rent bikes in Yosemite Valley.

Private Vehicle
Yosemite National Park 2h
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Yosemite National Park Visit
Yosemite National Park 1h-8h
Picturesque valleys, vast wilderness, powerful waterfalls, ancient sequoias and more than 16 types of granite make up this internationally recognized National Park. Hike the trails, get up close to ancient rock formations and take panoramic photos of this gorgeous landscape.

Free Time
Yosemite National Park Full Day
Get out and become one with nature.

Optional Activities
Yosemite National Park Hike
Yosemite National Park
Free
Panoramic vistas, gushing waterfalls, and elusive wildlife await. Bring water, wear a hat and sunscreen, and hike Yosemite NP. Keep an eye out for black bears, deer, and coyotes.

Yosemite Bike Rental
Yosemite National Park
12USD per person
Set your wheels in motion with tandem, hand crank or mountain bikes, and opt to cycle some of the 20km (12mi) of paved trails throughout the valley floor. Bring a water bottle, stop to shoot photos, and enjoy some of the most picturesque spots in Yosemite NP.

Accommodation
Indian Flats Campground (or similar)
Campground

Day 43 Yosemite National Park/San Francisco (Breakfast)
Catch a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge on the way into one of America's most popular cities. Take an optional cable car ride over the steep hills, explore the city by bicycle or set sail into the setting sun.
Arrive at one of the most iconic cities in the world: San Francisco. The CEO will point out some popular sites on the drive into town.
For the final night of the tour in San Francisco, stay close to the action in a hotel in the city centre.
Stay close to the action in a hotel in the city centre of San Francisco.

Private Vehicle
Yosemite National Park – San Francisco 6h 225km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Optional Activities
Sunset Sailing San Francisco
San Francisco
50USD per person
Depart from Fisherman's Wharf and catch a glimpse of marine life as we sail around San Francisco Bay. Admire the city's remarkable skyline, get up close and personal with the infamous Alcatraz Island, and sail underneath the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy the sunset and make a mental note to return.

Cable Car Ride
San Francisco
6USD per person
Iconic to San Francisco, travel back in time and hop on the world's last manually operated cable car system.

Fisherman's Wharf Visit
San Francisco
Visit San Francisco's famous Fishermen's Wharf, walk the piers, check out the marine life, shop and sample the fresh seafood.

Accommodation
The Good Hotel (or similar)
Hotel

Day 44 San Francisco
Depart at any time.
There's a lot to see and do in San Francisco. We recommend spending extra time here if you'd like to explore the city; speak to your sales agent to book extra accommodation.

Departure Day
Not ready to leave? Your CEO can help with travel arrangements to extend your adventure.

Optional Activities
Golden Gate Bridge Visit
San Francisco
What trip to San Fran would be complete without seeing the Golden Gate Bridge? Depending on time, step foot on this famous red suspension bridge or find a great viewing point to take some photos.

Alcatraz Visit
San Francisco
30USD per person
Travel out to Alcatraz Island for a cell-house audio tour of the infamous federal penitentiary. While there, check out the natural side of the rock—with its gardens, tide pools, bird colonies, and stunning views of San Francisco Bay.

Haight-Ashbury Visit
San Francisco
Free
Check out this neighbourhood known as the centre of counterculture ideals, drugs, and music during the hippie movement in the 60s. Today, find locally-owned restaurants and bars, boutiques, booksellers, head shops and record stores.

Bike Rental San Francisco
San Francisco
8-32USD per person

Rent a bike to peddle across the Golden Gate Bridge, through the scenic Marina district or perhaps to Golden Gate park.
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Was ist ein "Yolo-Trip"?
Unserer Yolo-Trips bieten unverfälschte Reiseerlebnisse in kleinen Gruppen für entdeckungsfreudige Reisende, die die Welt so erleben möchten, wie sie wirklich ist. Jeder Trip verbindet die Höhepunkte des Landes mit spontanen Situationen, gewährt dir persönliche Freiheit und ermöglicht dir Begegnungen mit den Einheimischen, zu einem Preis, bei dem dein Taschengeld dort bleibt, wo es hingehört.

Für alle 18-39 jährigen Globetrotter
In unseren Gruppen triffst du die unterschiedlichsten Menschen, und genau das macht sie so interessant. Aber eins haben alle unsere Reisenden gemeinsam: sie möchten eine großartige Reise erleben, eine einzigartige Zeit zusammen mit Gleichgesinnten Travellern verbringen und mit ganz viel Spass & Freiheit die Welt entdecken.

Internationale Gruppen
Unsere Gruppen sind im Durchschnitt mit 14 Personen unterwegs und sind eine bunte Mischung aus Einzelreisenden, Freunden und Paaren jeden Alters aus der ganzen Welt. Du wirst in deiner Gruppe die unterschiedlichsten Persönlichkeiten kennenlernen und auf deiner Reise jede Menge neue Freunde finden. Mit Menschen aus verschiedenen Ländern werden alle unserer Erlebnisreisen auf Englisch durchgeführt.

Herumkommen
Die Road Trips durch Nordamerika beinhalten eine Mischung von Hotelunterkünften in Städten und Mitmach-Camping in der freien Natur. Die Gruppen werden zwischen den Reisezielen in einer Flotte brandneuer Minibusse chauffiert. Die Fahrzeuge sind mit komfortablen Sitzen, großen Fenstern, einer Ladestation für Elektrogeräte und einer Stereoanlage ausgestattet. Ihr könnt während der Fahrt E-Mails checken und auf Facebook und Twitter posten, denn die Fahrzeuge sind mit WI-FI ausgestattet (abhängig von Signalverfügbarkeit).
Und das Beste? Dein Reiseleiter übernimmt immer das Fahren. Wir halten die Gruppengröße klein, damit ihr euch richtig kennenlernen könnt und alle genug Platz haben, um die Füße auszustrecken.

Mitmach-Camping
Oberflächlich betrachtet, geht es beim Camping darum, unter freiem Himmel zu schlafen und dein Essen über einem offenen Feuer zu kochen. Aber wenn du einmal Campen warst, weißt du, dass es in Wirklichkeit um die Gemeinschaft geht. Camping bringt Fremde auf eine Art und Weise zusammen, wie es keine andere Reiseart kann. Und wenn alle miteinander aushelfen, bleiben die Kosten niedrig und die Stimmung hoch. Denk daran: Es gibt kein "ich" im "Team".
Mitmach-Camping bedeutet, dass die Reisenden für sich und andere sorgen. Die Aufgaben - Ein- und Auspacken, das Fahrzeug sauber halten, beim Kochen helfen usw. - werden täglich zugeteilt und wechseln innerhalb der Gruppe durch. Typischerweise wirst du nach der Ankunft erst mal dein Zelt aufstellen und dann entweder beim Kochen helfen oder danach aufräumen. An einigen Abenden unterwegs genießt du auch Abendessen in Restaurants und Übernachtungen in günstig gelegenen Hotels.

Zimmer, Zelte und Ausrüstung
Um sicherzustellen, dass du deinen Schönheitsschlaf bekommst - und um gleichzeitig die Kosten zu minimieren - teilst du dein Zweibettzimmer im Hotel mit anderen gleichgesinnten Reisenden. Damit du richtig nahe an der Natur bist, beinhalten die meisten Touren Übernachtungen auf öffentlichen Campingplätzen. Wir verwenden 2-Mann-Zelte mit gepolsterten Luftmatratzen, und die ganze Ausrüstung (außer Schlafsack und Kissen) ist im Preis deines Trips inbegriffen. Unsere großen Zelte sind in ungefähr fünf Minuten aufgebaut, und die meisten Campingplätze verfügen über Toiletten, fließendes Wasser und einfache Duschen. Einige Campingplätze haben sogar weitere Einrichtungen wie Geschäfte, WLAN-Zugang und Wäschereien.

Was werden wir essen?
Dein Reiseleiter übernimmt das Einkaufen und die Essensplanung (außer du möchtest unbedingt dein Lieblingsessen von daheim kochen, dann melde dich einfach), aber die Reisenden helfen bei der Essenszubereitung mit. Wir führen eine Menge Vorräte mit, darunter Frischeprodukte und Frischfleisch, um sicherzustellen, dass unsere Mahlzeiten immer gesund und herzhaft sind. Lokale Genüsse sind ein essenzieller Teil aller amerikanischen Road Trips, und du wirst Gelegenheit haben, alles Mögliche auszuprobieren - Jambalaya, Hummer, Texmex, Poutine, und vieles mehr - wenn wir nicht am Campingplatz essen. Zum Frühstück gibt es großzügige Buffets; zum Mittagessen Sandwiches, Salate und ab und zu ein Barbecue; zum Abendessen dreigängige Menüs. Wenn wir campen, musst du keine Essensbeiträge zahlen, und in den Städten hast du die Flexibilität, zu essen, wo du magst.

Was, wenn ich alleine unterwegs bin?
Weil es manchmal einfach praktischer und komfortabler ist, dein eigenes Zimmer (oder Zelt) zu haben, bieten wir allein Reisenden die optionale Möglichkeit gegen Aufpreis ein eigenes Zelt bzw. Zimmer zu buchen - ein Mehr an Privatsphäre zu einem Spitzenpreis. Ansonsten teilst du Zimmer und Zelt mit Mitbewohnern gleichen Geschlechts, damit alle Kosten sparen können.

Wer hat das sagen?
Dein Trip wird von zwei Reiseleiter geleitet, die persönlich ausgewählt wurde aufgrund ihrer umfangreichen Kenntnisse und ihrer Vertrautheit mit der Region, die ihr erkundet. An einem typischen Fahrtag werden etwa sechs Stunden im Fahrzeug gebracht, dass von einem der beiden Reiseleiter gesteuert wird. Unterwegs werden Stopps für Besichtigungen und Aktivitäten eingelegt - je nach Fahretappe umfassen diese zwischen zwei bis fünf Stunden. Der zweite Reiseleiter ist immer da, um die Tourteilnehmer mit Informationen zu unterstützen, die während der Reisetage benötigt werden. Außerdem ist er beim Aufbau des Camps behilflich. Während des Trips werden die Reiseleiter von regionalen Experten unterstützt, die dir wirklich alles Wesentliche an deinen neuen Lieblingsorten zeigen können. Denk daran, dass Nordamerika wirklich sehr sehr groß ist - alleine die Reise von New York nach New Orleans entspricht einer Fahrt durch fast ganz Europa, und wir machen das alles in einer einzigen Woche. Die Fahrzeiten sind die perfekte Gelegenheit, Schlaf nachzuholen, zu entspannen und Geschichten mit deinen Mitreisenden auszutauschen.

100 % Garantierte Abreisetermine
Die Sicherheit, zu wissen, dass deine Abreise garantiert ist, ist ein unschlagbares Gefühl, und da wir dieses Gefühl so sehr mögen, dachten wir, dass es jeder genießen können sollte. Daher garantieren wir, dass alle Abreisetermine dieser Tour verbindlich durchgeführt werden. Ja, alle. Wenn du gebucht und bezahlt hast, fährst du auch. Garantiert. Wir sagen deine Reise auf gar keinen Fall ab (außer wegen extremen Witterungsbedingungen oder aus Sicherheitsgründen). Versprochen.