California & West Coast National Parks (4 weeks) Start and end in Seattle, Washington.
Going to the following places:
back to Seattle
Seattle: The 605-foot tall Space Needle offers a spectacular view of the city, Puget Sound and the surrounding mountains. A beautiful city with many cultural and historic destinations.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: the oldest and largest of the country's national parks, it is home to a variety of canyons, geysers and waterfalls, including Old Faithful and Mammoth Hot Springs.
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming : known for its jagged peaks, it is an unforgettable destination. It also offers pioneer museums and guided rubber raft trips on the Snake River.
Salt Lake City, Utah the Mormon capital, it offers many historical and cultural sights, such as the Olympic Village. Nearby are many National Parks and Monuments, as well as the Great Salt Lake, where swimmers can float without sinking due to the high levels of salt in the water.
Las Vegas, Nevada: a tapestry of lights from the multitude of casinos can be seen miles away in the desert. From lavish hotels, to extravagant casinos and stage shows, this town never seems to sleep.
Grand Canyon, Arizona an amazing canyon carved by the Colorado River; a spectacular and majestic sight which attracts world-wide visitors. Enjoy magnificent views while you ride a donkey on narrow trails to the bottom of the canyon.
Los Angeles, California: a sprawling megalopolis, it offers a multitude of cultural, historical and entertainment activities, something for everyone.
San Diego, California: a great city on a bay, it offers a charming array of historical, maritime and cultural sights, including a great zoo and Sea World.
Scenic Route 1 along the coast of California: sweeping ocean vistas, panoramic views, and beautiful mountains, forests and missions make this a truly spectacular drive.
San Francisco, California: a great city of many hills, it has much to offer: take a 49 mile scenic drive to see many of its points of interest, such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, the piers harboring 4 restored ships, Nob Hill, the view from Twin Peaks, the famous cable cars, and much more.
Yosemite National Park, California: in the heart of the Sierra Nevada, granite peaks and domes rise majestically over expansive meadows. Famous sites of El Capitan and Half Dome make this one of the most beautiful national parks.
Redwood National Park, California: 58,000 acres are home to majestic, giant redwoods towering over expansive groves. The tallest is 368 feet in height.
Portland, Oregon: a city where roses are plentiful and special, it offers many museums and other cultural sights.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington: it houses the country's largest single-peak glacial system (14, 410 feet), and boasts of dense forests and vast meadows.
28 day tour, US$ 2,800.00 per person, includes
- continental style breakfast (on board)
- travel and sleep on the bus