Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks
June 29 to July 7, 2017

Jackson's Hole, River Trip, Cody WY and Buffalo Bill Historical Center


Day 1 - Arrive in Jackson’s Hole, Wyoming. Accessible transfer to our hotel in the town of Jackson. Get acquainted/re-acquainted dinner. Stay 1 night.

Day 2 - Today we drive through Yellowstone National Park, on our way to Cody, Wyoming. A dramatic drive, with plenty of scenic stops along the way. Stay two nights.

Day 3 - Much of the day at world-renowned Buffalo Bill Historical Center, housing five large museums/ galleries, including original works of Charlie Russell and Frederick Remington.

Later, you'll have the option to travel a few miles out of town to the Japanese internment camp known as the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, which includes a fine interpretive trail describing this should never-be-forgotten story. You'll also have free time to roam in downtown Cody.

Day 4 - To Yellowstone, today, via the most remote corner of Yellowstone country and through the Lamar Valley, where wolves began their recent recovery, and other large animals abound. Stay 1 night at Canyon Lodge.

Day 5 - Yellowstone, our nation’s first national park, and no wonder! We see the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, which is too impressive to describe, and includes a 308 foot waterfall. Then through Hayden Valley, a major wildlife habitat, and along Yellowstone Lake. Stay 2 nights at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge.

Day 6 - We explore the Old Faithful area today, viewing geysers, hot springs, and buffalo.

Day 7 - Return to Jackson, touring Grand Teton National Park. This evening you’ll be on your own for eating, to enjoy the town square, take in a show, or just relax.

Day 8 - Today includes an unforgettable river trip on the Snake River (no white water), under the Teton Mountains. Then, we’ll return to Jackson for some free time. Farewell dinner.

Day 9 - Depart from the West today with unforgettable memories.

Specially included: Arrival dinner; All admissions; River trip; Farewell dinner.

Cost: $2860 per person, double occupancy. $900 single supplement.

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