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11-Day Los Angeles/Las Vegas to Mt. Rushmore, Grand Canyon West, Arches, San Francisco and Yellowstone Tour

Avg $888 per person

Tour Code : TBTLAX-0020

Duration : 11 day(s) 10 night(s)

Departure City : Fullerton; Irvine; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Rowland Heights; San Gabriel

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Join us in this extravaganza, where we will be visiting Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Arches National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Crazy Horse, Solvang, Devils Tower, Monterey, Salt Lake City, Stanford, Santa Barbara, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Barstow and Yosemite National Park. The package includes 10 nights of hotel stay along with all domestic ground transport facility.


In the morning we will be departing Los Angeles and will be heading towards Las Vegas. Upon our arrival in Las Vegas, visitors will have a short time in which, they can explore the Las Vegas Strip, before continuing our journey to Richfield, UT, where we will stay for the night.

Hotel: Appletree Inn Richfield or similar

In the morning we will be going to Arches National Park, the American Southwest's most well-known places. As a next step, we will be departing for Denver, Colorado and where we will be staying for the night.

Arches National Park, UT: Located in western Utah, this park covers a huge area of 76,000+ acre and is famous for its sandstone formations. This place is also known as the most iconic place is the sturdy Delicate Arch. The park offers a great variety of formations like Landscape Arch and the world's longest natural arch.

Hotel: VQ, Denver or similar

To start of the beautiful day we will be departing the hotel and will be travelling for Wyoming, leaving the city of Denver. We will have a stop in the capital city of Cheyenne, WY which is also known as the former cowboy town. After a short stay at the place, we will further continue our journey towards South Dakota to reach the Crazy Horse Memorial. As a next step, we will be visiting the iconic Mt. Rushmore National Memorial and the Devil's Tower and will stay overnight in Gillette, WY.

Crazy Horse Memorial: This is a monument that is in the process of construction at the moment. It is being built onto the side of Thunderhead Mountain in the Black Hills of South Dakota, to honor the famous Native American war hero Crazy Horse.

Crazy Horse Transportation Package: This package will provide the chance to visit the Devil's Tower, the Crazy Horse Memorial and the Hill Aerospace Museum.

Devils Tower National Monument: Sanctified by Teddy Roosevelt in the year 1906, this humongous monolith, located in the Black Hills of Wyoming was the first national monument. Climbing the rock has become a popular act in the recent years.

We will be departing Gillette, WY and continue as planned to Yellowstone National Park, on the morning of day 3. We will be spending the complete day there.

Old Faithful Geyser: Located in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park, Old Faithful is a cone geyser. It is one of the most famous natural features of the park, and is well-known for its inevitability. Eruption generally occurs every 91 minutes.

Mammoth Hot Springs: This huge complex of hot springs is spectacular for its scale and distinctive beauty. It was formed centuries ago by volcanic and seismic activity.

Artist Point: This attractive place showcases one of the most well-known views in Yellowstone National Park. It was named after the popular sketches of the waterfalls by the artist, Thomas Moran.

West Thumb Geyser Basin: Being the largest geyser basin at Yellowstone Lake, the West Thumb Geyser Basin is an imposing area of geothermal activity that contains mud pots, hot springs and geysers.

Midway Geyser Basin: Relatively small in size as compared to the others, the Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park contains a splendid amount of thermodynamic geologic activity.

Yellowstone Lake: Not just the biggest single body of water in Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone Lake is also the largest freshwater lake in the United States. The lake is loaded with numerous underwater hot springs that melt the thick ice sheets present in the water, in winter season.

We will continue in exploring Yellowstone National Park, soon after having breakfast. As a next step, we will be travelling alongside the Snake River to reach Grand Teton National Park. We will have enough time to watch the amazing sights and natural wonders of the place. We will be staying for the night in Salt Lake City after having a stop in Jackson Hole, WY.

Grand Teton National Park, WY: Located in the rough mountains of Northwest Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is very popular for its sparkling alpine lakes, its remarkable mountain panoramas, and its copious wildlife.

We will be starting the day by having a trip to the Salt Lake City, UT. The tour will include visits to the State Capital, Mormon Temple and Great Salt Lake Marina. Then we will be visiting the popular Arches National Park in the after-noon, and from there we will be heading towards the city of Grand Junction, CO, where we will stay for the night.

Utah State Capitol: The Utah State Capitol located in Salt Lake City, is the home of all of the processes of the government for the state of Utah.

Mormon Temple: This temple has an area of 250,000-square-feet and is the largest among the temples that belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, informally known as the Mormons. Normal public is not allowed to enter inside the temple, but they may view the exterior, which is definitely a sight to viewed and observed.

Great Salt Lake: Great Salt Lake in northern Utah, is the biggest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere. Every year visitors come by the lake's namesake, i.e. Salt Lake City, to view the natural wonders and have a tour of its shores.

On this day, we will travel to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. We will be visiting the famously known Skywalk Glass Bridge. Visitors will be having the opportunity to take a tour of the Grand Canyon via Helicopter. While returning back to Vegas, we will be stopping at the place called Hoover Dam. Finally we will be returning back to Las Vegas for the night stay at the hotel.

Grand Canyon West Rim: Being run by the Hualapai Tribe of Indians, Grand Canyon West is a unique tourist area. There are some optional activities which can be availed at an extra cost. These include tours by helicopter, the Skywalk Glass Bridge and the educational "Indian Village.

Skywalk Glass Bridge: This transparent, horseshoe-shaped bridge is built over the West Rim of the Grand Canyon and offers visitors a chance to feel this natural wonder of the world.

West Rim Grand Canyon Helicopter and Boat Tour: This tour takes passengers several meters down into the Grand Canyon, and is perfect for people who love adventures. Visitors will board onto a pontoon boat, from their onward. They will ride down the Colorado River and return back to the airport by riding into another helicopter.

Hoover Dam: Located 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, this Hoover Dam is made of strong concrete and is massive.

Jubilee at Bally's Show: Featuring around 100 performers, including 50 attractive topless dancers is voted Vegas' best showgirls! The cast of the show proceeds through seven acts, which are performed on bigger-than-life sets. Performers can be viewed wearing over 1,000 different costumes made by Bob Mackie and Pete Menefee.

CRISS ANGEL Believe Show: This show is haunting exploration that shows the deep mystical and inventive thoughts of the magician Criss Angel. He'll surprise you with his special magic tricks.

Le Reve Show: This show offers aerial acrobatics, artistic athleticism and provocative choreography. The cast of the show includes 85 people who capture you imagination with their shocking antics and courageous feats of strength and agility.

We will be visiting the Ethel M Chocolate Factory today and will be certainly admire the beauty of its Botanical Cactus Gardens. On our way back to LA, we'll be stopping at the Tanger Outlets. Then we will be further continue our journey towards Los Angeles. We will be staying in Los Angeles for the night.

Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Gardens: It is a distinct combination of food and flora. Both the factory and the gardens are open to the public without any ticket or charges.

Tanger Outlet Center: Located in Barstow, California, the Tanger Outlets comes on the road linking Los Angeles and Las Vegas. It features designer wares clothes at very reasonable prices. Visitors can enjoy discounts on almost everything, starting from clothing to pocketbooks and much more.

In the morning, we will be departing LA. We will be driving along the attractive Pacific Coast Highway. We will have a stop in Santa Barbara, CA for sightseeing of the Denmark Village in Solvang, CA. Afterwards we will be continuing our journey towards San Francisco.

Santa Barbara, CA: Located in southern California, also known as "The American Riviera" is famous for its warm weather throughout the year. It has many attractions for tourists including long beaches and historic landmarks like the Mission Santa Barbara still in function church which was founded in the 18th century by Spanish missionaries.

Denmark Village: Located near Santa Barbara, California, this small city is a very well-known tourist spot because of its historical significance. The town was settled by Danish immigrants, and shows the past clearly to the visitors.

Today we will be visiting Stanford University. Afterwards, we will visit the beautiful city of San Francisco, CA. Visitors are open to choice, they may choose to take a Bay Cruise -- experiencing the amazing sights of the city from the water. In the late noon, at 3:00pm, visitors may choose to either have some free time of their own or join an optional tour of the city, which will be covering Twin Peaks, St. Mary Cathedral's, the Civic Center, and many other famous spots.

Stanford University: The leading school in the United States and one of the best university in the world, Stanford University is Located in northwestern Silicon Valley. Its huge campus and is certainly a sight to behold.

Golden Gate Bridge: Having a width of 1 mile, and a length of 3 miles, the Golden Gate Bridge is a bridge that links San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Fisherman's Wharf: This neighborhood in San Francisco is a famous tourist place, because of its beautiful scenery and a huge collection of restaurants, museums, shops, and other attractions. The place also hosts numerous yearly events, such as the fireworks show on 4th of July.

Palace of Fine Art: The extravagantly-named Palace of Fine Arts in the city is a large, highly decorated structure that is part of the United States National Register of Historic Places. The spectacular architecture of the place, has made it a famous place for weddings and photography.

Lombard Street: One of the most well-known roads in San Francisco, the Lombard Street is famous for having steep, turns that climb up a one-block radius between Leavenworth Streets and Hyde. The unusual stretch of road is a popular Bay Area spot.

San Francisco Bay Cruise: Visitors will get a chance to look at "the Rock" Alcatraz Island, in addition to the unique point where they will be viewing the Bay Area's skyline.

Extensive San Francisco Tour: This detailed tour of San Francisco will be allowing visitors to have more time at the popular Bay Area sights. They will have a chance to view some of the most well-known landmarks of the city, including the Twin Peaks, Lombard Street, City Hall, and much more.

Option 1: San Francisco - Santa Cruz Monterey - Los Angeles

Today we will be departing from the hotel and will be heading towards the amazing small town of Felton, which is located in the California Coast Mountains. We will enjoy a spectacular ride on Roaring Camp Steam Train passing by the California Redwood Forest. As a next step, we will move towards picturesque Monterey, where we will feel the pleasure of gentle sea breezes, surging waves, meandering coastline, interesting rock formations, and charming seals and sea lions on the beach. We will be driving a distance of 17 miles along a beautiful highway that is connected with the coast along a stretch of California's Highway 1. As a next step, we will be visiting the Monterey Aquarium that has over 6500 species of marine life, which includes deep-sea monsters and colorful fish. We will be returning to Los Angeles the same evening and visitors will be dropped off at the airport.

Roaring Camp Steam Train: It was established in 1875 in order to carry tourists to the area of redwoods which is called the "Big Trees."

17-Mile Drive: This breathtaking road takes visitors through 17 miles of scenic beauty, amazing mansions and distinct wildlife. Visitors may enjoy the charms of shopping and dining along the way.

Monterey Bay: In addition to the beautiful routes of the bay's shorelines, the popular Californian Monterey Bay is re-owned for its remarkable beauty and unique wildlife. Visitors can view animals like bottlenose dolphins, otters and if they are lucky enough they can even find humpback whales.

Monterey Bay Aquarium: Located in Monterey, California, this massive aquarium has some of the largest and most unique manifests in the world.

Option 2: San Francisco - Yosemite - Los Angeles

Today we will be departing from our hotel and will be heading towards Yosemite National Park. We will be spending the day by having the tour of this stunning place. Once we reach the place, we will have a chance to view the most popular landmarks of the park. These include Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, and many more. This is known as one of the world's best place for hiking. As a next step, we will be heading towards to Los Angeles, where the tour will finally come to an end.

El Capitan: Located across from Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite National Park, El Capitan is the world's biggest granite monolith. It elevates around 3,000 feet above the ground, and is a must see place for rock climbers. Visitors from around the world specially visit this place each year.

Yosemite Falls: Located in Yosemite National Park, California, The Yosemite Falls are North America's highest known waterfall. The Falls are one of the popular attractions of the park, especially in the spring season when they have water in abundance.

Half Dome: One of the most distinguishable formations in California's Yosemite National Park, the Half Dome is well-known to the world, as a challenging and rewarding place for hikers and mountain climbers. Each year it attracts thousands of people.

Bridal Veil Falls: Bridal Veil Falls are located in the Yosemite Valley California's Yosemite National Park, and are known as one of the most popular sites of the park. Thousands of people visit this 617-foot-high waterfall, every year.


  • Air-conditioned transport services.
  • Taxes are included in the Tour Price.
  • Experienced tour-guide.
  • Hotel Stay


Mandatory Attractions Adult Child
Entrance Ticket Package $20 $20
Optional Attractions Adult Child
Grand Canyon West Helicopter and Colorado River Cruise Combo $220 $220
Grand Canyon West Rim $90 $90
Grand Canyon West Rim Skywalk $25 $25
Las Vegas Night Tour $35 $35
Monterey Bay Aquarium $40 $25 (3-12)
Roaring Camp Railroads $31 $25 (2-12)
San Francisco Bay Cruise $38 $26 (5-12)
San Francisco Extended City Tour $35 $35
Shows in Las Vegas $95 - 210 $95 - 210
  • All of the meals during the tour.
  • A minimum wage of $8 must be paid in cash to the bus driver and tour guide for mandatory fees services. Any child is also subjected to pay the service fees. In case the visitors take the tour of 2 days then the services fees will be paid separately for each day.
  • Some other service charges may apply, such as personal room, valet services or beverages or any other bar items.
  • Private expenses will be paid by the visitors.




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