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Northern National Parks



From $2,709* pp | 8 Days •  10 Meals  *Rate is per person, land only, double occupancy. 

Journey through Utah and Wyoming visiting some of America’s most spectacular natural treasures.

  • Marvel at the unspoiled beauty of Yellowstone National Park and see the world-famous Old Faithful geyser erupt!
  • Enjoy the stunning beauty of the incredible peaks of the Grand Tetons.
  • Enjoy a relaxing 4-night stay in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

America’s Treasures of the North

Visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park on this leisurely-paced holiday. Stay in Salt Lake City and Park City, and spend four leisurely nights in the cowboy town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the crown jewel of the Northern Rockies. Yellowstone is home to an incredible range of wildlife, including free-ranging herds of buffalo, easily seen from the roads. Experience the thrill of seeing Old Faithful erupt. Experience Grand Teton National Park’s stunning towering range studded with mountain glaciers. Dinner with cowboy entertainment offers a down home western experience.


Day 1. Salt Lake City, Utah – Tour Begins
Join us for a journey through some of America’s most spectacular natural treasures and visit the states of Utah and Wyoming. Begin in Salt Lake City, the “City of the Saints,” where you will enjoy a two-night stay. Embraced by the massive Wasatch and Oquirrh mountains, Salt Lake holds all the attractions of a big city along with the scenic splendour of the Wild West.
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Day 2. Salt Lake City

Start the day with a comprehensive tour of Salt Lake City, including the state capitol building, the charming residential district and the Great Salt Lake, for which the city is named. The remainder of the day is at leisure. Perhaps you will explore Temple Square, one of Utah’s most visited attractions. A beautifully landscaped 10-acre square in the heart of downtown, Temple Square is where you’ll find the impressive six-spired granite Salt Lake Temple and the domed Tabernacle, home of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir* and the Tabernacle organ. Afterwards, you may choose to enjoy your night at leisure out on the town at one of the fantastic restaurants, bars or cafés that Salt Lake City offers.

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Day 3. Salt Lake City – Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Travel north into the rugged splendour of Wyoming to the cowboy town of Jackson Hole. Your home for the next four nights, Jackson Hole is often referred to as the “Crown Jewel” of the Northern Rockies. This stunningly beautiful town has been the setting for many of our favourite American western movies…Big Trail starring John Wayne; Shane with Alan Ladd; and The Mountain Men headlined by Charlton Heston were all filmed here.

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Day 4. Jackson Hole – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson Hole

A delightful day awaits as you visit the incomparable Yellowstone National Park. The first and oldest national park in the world, Yellowstone sprawls across 3,470 square miles and touches three western states. Famous for its geysers, hot springs and incredible wildlife, Yellowstone never fails to impress. Be on the lookout for large, free-roaming herds of buffalo. Upon arrival, take a scenic drive to observe the park’s unspoiled natural splendour. Of course, you couldn’t visit Yellowstone without seeing its most iconic attraction: Old Faithful. Watch in amazement as this predictable geyser erupts, sending a fountain of steam more than 60 feet in the air! It’s sure to be a sight you’ll never forget. Return to Jackson Hole and sit down with a true Wyoming cowboy to hear fascinating tales of farm life in this breathtaking region.

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Day 5. Jackson Hole

The day is yours to explore Jackson Hole. Some optional activities include shopping, canoeing, hiking and river rafting. Tonight, enjoy a fun-filled dinner and authentic cowboy entertainment at a chuck wagon dinner.**

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Day 6. Jackson Hole – Grand Teton National Park – Jackson Hole

En route to Grand Teton National Park you will visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art. A docent brings the paintings, sculptures and photography to life as you listen to the fascinating history and stories behind these “must-see” exhibits. Then it’s on to the awe-inspiring Teton mountain range. Grand Teton National Park features the youngest peaks in the Rockies, yet it contains some of North America’s oldest rock formations. Approximately 12 Teton peaks rise above 12,000 feet and support a dozen mountain glaciers. As impressive as they are, none can compare to the Grand Teton, which reaches a staggering 13,770 feet as it towers more than a mile above the peaceful valley of Jackson Hole. Be sure to take some time to soak in the beauty of this majestic landscape.

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Day 7. Jackson Hole – Park City, Utah

Travel to Park City, home of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, and one of the most spectacular settings in North America. Visit Utah Olympic Park and enjoy a movie that features the games’ highlights. Explore the museum filled with inspiring memorabilia from the Olympic Games. Visit Main Street which is lined with over 64 historic buildings, charming shops, galleries and boutiques.

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Day 8. Park City – Tour Ends

Your tour comes to a close today, leaving you with many wonderful memories.

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Please note: Accommodation is subject to change.


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  • The states on this tour are 16 hours behind Australian Eastern Standard Time.
  • The highest elevation included on tour is approximately 8,000 feet at Yellowstone National Park.
  • The currency in the United States is the United States Dollar.
  • For electricity, the United States uses 110 Volts.
  • Why not consider a pre and post tour extension. Start and end your holiday rested.

This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground and cobblestoned streets.

May 2017.

May 12 – May 19.                   $2,709

Mar 19 – May 26.                   $2,709

June 2017.

Jun 2 – Jun 9.                         $2,849

Jun 16 – Jun 23.                     $2,849

July 2017.

Jul 7 – Jul 14.                         $2,919

Jul 14 – Jul 21.                        $2,919

Jul 21 – Jul 28.                        $2,919

Jul 28 – Aug 4.                        $2,919

August 2017.

Aug 4 – Aug 11.                       $2,919

Aug 11 – Aug 18.                     $2,919

Aug 14 – Aug 21.                     $2,919

Aug 25 – Sep 1.                       $2,919

March 2018.

Mar  – Mar.                        TBA


April 2018.

Apr  – Apr .                         TBA


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