Spend 103 days (and $30,000) exploring America’s national parks on this tour
Next year the National Park Service turns 100. In honor of the centennial, Globus tours has designed a breathtaking 103-day trip next year to the heart of America’s most remarkable national parks.
The Centennial Celebration: 100 Days of GoParks! takes you to A-list national parks across the country, including Yellowstone, Denali, Haleakala and Yosemite in the West, and Shenandoah and Acadia in the East.
You’ll travel on planes, boats, trains and buses to get from coast to coast, with Alaska and Hawaii figuring prominently on the itinerary.
Activities paired with each location include a seven-day cruise to Alaska, a four-wheel-drive tour of Monument Valley, a Navajo cookout near Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, buffalo watching near Custer State Park in South Dakota, and a carriage ride in Maine’s Acadia National Park.
And you’re invited to dine with Globus President and Chief Executive Officer Scott Nisbet too.
Tour stops in California include San Francisco, wine tasting in Sonoma, stargazing in Yosemite and Sequoia & Kings Canyon national parks, Monterey, Santa Catalina Island, San Diego, Temecula, Palm Springs and two more national parks, Death Valley and Joshua Tree.
The trip that covers 35 national parklands begins July 7 in Honolulu and ends Oct. 17 in Las Vegas. Prices start at $30,405 per person.
Info: Centennial Celebration: 100 Days of GoParks, (866) 755-8581
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