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6-Day Denver to Salt Lake City, Mt Rushmore, Yellowstone and Arches National Park Tour

Avg $568 per person

Tour Code : TBTDEN-0002

Duration : 6 day(s) 5 night(s)

Departure City : Denver

Availability : Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat

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Join us in this fabulous trip in which we will be visiting Grand Teton National Park, Denver, Yellowstone, Crazy Horse, Devils Tower, Arches National Park, Salt Lake City and Mount Rushmore National Memorial. With the inclusions of 5 nights stay at the hotel and complete domestic ground transport facility.


We will be meeting you at 11.30 am in Denver Airport in front of the Budget Car Rental counter, which is located in the main lobby of the airport. This day will have a short tour of the city, with visits to the 16th Street Mall in Downtown Denver, the golden-domed Colorado State Capitol Building and Red Rocks State Park. We will stay in Denver for the night.

State Capitol: This neoclassical building supposedly have a resemblance to the US Capitol. It is the home of the offices of the Governor of Colorado, Lieutenant Governor of Colorado and the Colorado General Assembly.

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre: Having splendid geological structures along with the world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre (part of the park since 1941) and an outdoor theater, this mountain park is located just a few kilometers outside of the city of Denver.

16th Street Mall: Known as the center of downtown Denver, Colorado, the 16th Street Mall has many shopping and dining options. Coors Field, known as one of the major attraction in the city lie within this mall.

Hotel: Courtyard Denver Tech or equivalent.

To start of the beautiful day we will be departing the hotel and will be traveling 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 and is believed to be the biggest monument in the world upon its completion. It is being built onto the side of Thunderhead Mountain in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Crazy Horse Transportation Package: This package is very convenient and provides 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. Nowadays, it has become very popular to climb this rock.

Hotel: Ramada Plaza Gillette or equivalent.

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.

Hotel: White Buffalo Hotel West Yellowstone or equivalent.

We will continue in exploring Yellowstone National Park, soon after having breakfast. As a next step, we will be traveling 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.

Hotel: Microtel Salt Lake City Airport or equivalent.

We will start 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.

Hotel: Ramada Grand Junction or equivalent.

Today, we will be returning to Denver by road and enjoy at Coors Brewery. Soon after having lunch, we will finally be concluding our trip and will return to the Denver International Airport.

Coors Brewery: Located in Golden, Colorado, the Coors Brewery in is the world‘s biggest brewing facility. Established in 1873, it is the headquarters of one of the most productive beer distributors in the world.


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


Optional Attractions Adult Child
Entrance Ticket Package $20 $20
  • 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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