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Salt Lake City: 2-Day Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks Tour

1. Salt Lake City: 2-Day Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks Tour

Pick-up starting at 7:00am at Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Airport (address: 2177 W Temple St, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, USA) on the day of departure. Day 1: *Start the day in Salt Lake City and drive to Idaho Falls *Explore Idaho Falls and its man-made waterfall *Continue the journey to Yellowstone National Park *Visit the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, the largest hot spring in the US *See Old Faithful Geyser, which erupts regularly and is a popular sight *Check out the Fountain Paint Pot, a colorful mud pot *Stay overnight at a boutique hotel in town (with the option to upgrade to a Yellowstone cabin) Please note that the tour guide will arrange the itinerary for visiting the scenic spots inside Yellowstone Park based on the actual conditions of the day. Day 2: Yellowstone National Park - Grand Teton National Park - Salt Lake City *We'll start the day by exploring the Upper Yellowstone Falls, located 400 meters upstream from the larger waterfall. The falls drop vertically along a 33-meter volcanic cliff. *Next, we'll visit the West Thumb Geyser Basin and enjoy the stunning views of Yellowstone Lake. *We'll then head to Artist Point, which offers spectacular views of the canyon walls in shades of yellow, black, red, and pink. *After Artist Point, we'll visit the Elk Antler Arches Park, which has giant arches made of deer antlers in all four directions. *Our next stop is Grand Teton National Park, where we'll have 90 minutes to explore the park's pristine ecosystem and see its abundant wildlife, including bison, grizzly bears, and elk. Finally, we'll return to Salt Lake City and drop you off at your pickup location.

Utah: Yellowstone, Grand Teton 4-day Tour with Cruise

2. Utah: Yellowstone, Grand Teton 4-day Tour with Cruise

Take in the highlights of Salt Lake City and Utah on a 4-day tour with hotel accommodation and lunch included. Visit Yellowstone National Park, enjoy a lake cruise, and see Grand Teton National Park. Day 1 Departure from Salt Lake City Embark on a thrilling four-day itinerary, starting in Salt Lake City with visits to Temple Square, Beehive House, Utah State Capitol, and the majestic Great Salt Lake. Continue to Hill Air Force Base before crossing into Idaho. Day 2 Yellowstone National Park Your expert tour guide will take you through Idaho Falls, Lower and Midway Geyser Basins in Yellowstone with their stunning geothermal features, including the famous Old Faithful. Explore Upper Geyser Basin Pool Trail, Yellowstone Lake, and Yellowstone Grand Canyon, with its magnificent Upper and Lower Falls, before reaching West Yellowstone in the evening time. Optional activities such as a Yellowstone Lake Cruise offer additional opportunities for adventure. Day 3 Yellowstone National Park Continue our visit in Yellowstone Park with Norris Geyser Basin, Volcanic Pillar Cliff, Mammoth Hot Springs, Roosevelt Arch, wildlife watching at Lamar Valley, and Lower Falls Overlook. Day 4 Grand Teton National Park On last day of our tour, journey from Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park, where you can See the Grand Tetons Mountain Range, which rises above a scene rich with abundant wildlife, pristine lakes, and spectacular mountain peaks. You will get to See Antler Park and the picturesque town of Jackson Hole, before concluding your adventure in Salt Lake City.

Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

3. Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Discover the otherworldly landscapes of the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve on a guided tour with entry tickets included. Check out this unique geological area, choose optional pickup, and enjoy lunch included in the price of the tour. Begin your adventure with a stop at the visitor center where you can learn about how the Apollo astronauts used this rugged terrain to prepare for their 1969 moon landing. Take a walk through the monoliths of the North Crater Flow, one of the monument's youngest lava flow areas. Stroll through Devils Orchard for a view of the strange features of this volcanic island and learn about the preservation efforts underway to save this delicate landscape. Hike up Inferno Cone for a bird's eye view of the fissures of the Great Rift and to see Big Cinder Butte, one of the world's largest known basaltic cinder cones. Walk up and admire 360-degree panoramic views of the surrounding volcanic landscape. Take a break for lunch at the cave before you venture into an ancient lava tube at Indian Tunnel. Dare to walk down into the largest tunnel in the park with collapsed portions that allow light to filter in. For added excitement, climb through to the top of its lava tunnel onto an ancient lava field.

Hells Canyon: Yellow Jet Boat Tour to Kirkwood, Snake River

4. Hells Canyon: Yellow Jet Boat Tour to Kirkwood, Snake River

Board the speed boat at Hells Canyon Creek Visitor Center and Boat Launch, one mile below Hells Canyon Dam on the Oregon side of the Snake River. Set off on a 54-mile round trip through the Wild River Section of the canyon. Expect to see rock walls, desert grasslands, and alpine forests, all on the same trip. Listen to the captain as they regale you with stories about the early Native Americans who inhabited this area and the ranching families that have called Hells Canyon home over the years. Keep your eyes open for wildlife such as bald eagles, black bears, deer, and bighorn sheep. Take advantage of the endless photo opportunities and guaranteed memory-making moments. Enjoy a delicious lunch and water or lemonade at Sheep Creek Historic Ranch or Kirkwood Historic Ranch.

Salt Lake City: Yellowstone 3-Day Guided Trip with Hotels

5. Salt Lake City: Yellowstone 3-Day Guided Trip with Hotels

Day 1 Salt Lake City - Idaho Falls - South of Yellowstone National Park On your first day in Yellowstone National Park, visit the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Old Faithful Geyser, and the Fountain Paint Pot. You have the option to go on a Yellowstone Lake cruise, and you can go fishing in the lake. At the end of the day you will be taken to your hotel in town. Day 2 North of Yellowstone National Park Spend your second day in Yellowstone Park visiting the north part of the park attractions, including Norris Geyser Basin, Volcanic Pillar Cliff, Mammoth Hot Springs, Roosevelt Arch, Lamar Valley, and the Lower Falls Overlook. Explore the canyon area on horseback if you want an additional optional activity. Return to your hotel in town to end your day. Day 3 Yellowstone National Park- Grand Teton National Park - Salt Lake City On your third day, continue exploring Yellowstone Park and go to Grand Teton. Visit Upper Yellowstone Falls, West Thumb Geyser Basin, Artist Point, Elk Antler Arches Park, and Grand Teton National Park. After exploring the parks, you will be driven back to Salt Lake City and dropped off bringing your three days of adventure to an end.

From Vegas to Utah 5-Day Luxury Tour: 3 days in Yellowstone

6. From Vegas to Utah 5-Day Luxury Tour: 3 days in Yellowstone

Day 1 Las Vegas - Emerald Cove Kayaking - Grand Canyon National Park For an unforgettable experience in the early morning, you might consider a trip to Emerald Cove (at your own expense), an awe-inspiring natural wonder nestled on the border of Colorado and Arizona. This is a paradise for kayaking enthusiasts, where you can not only admire the crystal-clear lake water that resembles green jelly but also experience the fun of kayaking in the canyon, enjoying the mountain views, water scenery, and endless green water grass. Afterward, we will continue driving to the Grand Canyon National Park, passing by the famous Hoover Dam and Route 66. We will arrive at the park around noon. Every visitor here is a photography master, and every photo is a landscape painting. One option is to take a helicopter tour (at your own expense) to get a bird's-eye view of the stunning Grand Canyon. After the visit, we will drive to our hotel in Page. Optional activities: Emerald Cove Kayaking + Beach Tour: 2 hours Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour: 0.5 hours Day 2 Antelope Canyon - Horseshoe Bend - Lake Powell - Bryce Canyon National Park - Salt Lake City Embarking on a refreshing morning, we make our way to the world-renowned narrow crevice cave, Antelope Canyon, which has been ranked as one of the top ten photography locations in the world. Accompanied by a Navajo guide, we traverse the unique cave formations created by millions of years of water erosion, immersing ourselves in a world of vibrant colors and the irregular light patterns created by the natural sunlight refracting off the rocks. As we journey through the magical corridor of Antelope Canyon, we are awestruck by the wonders of nature. After our visit, we make our way to Horseshoe Bend to witness another breathtaking spectacle of nature. The Colorado River's fluorescent green waters flow through the reddish-brown canyon, creating a stunning contrast against the blue skies. As we take in the beauty of the surroundings, we continue our journey to Bryce Canyon National Park before reaching Salt Lake City in the evening, where we check into our hotel. Tips: Tripods and monopods are not allowed in Antelope Canyon. It is recommended to bring a camera, bottled water, comfortable sports shoes, sunscreen, and a hat. Optional activities: Antelope Canyon Boat Tour (choose from kayaking, motor boating, or yachting) Aerial view of Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, and the Indian Memorial (choose from a helicopter or small plane) Day 3 Salt Lake City - Idaho Falls - Yellowstone National Park Day 4 Yellowstone National Park Day 5 Yellowstone National Park- Grand Teton National Park - Salt Lake City Optional Activities in Yellowstone: Yellowstone Lake Cruise Yellowstone Lake Fishing Canyon Area Horseback Riding

From Whitefish: Flathead Lake & Bison Range Guided Tour

7. From Whitefish: Flathead Lake & Bison Range Guided Tour

See Flathead Lake, Bison Range, and stop at Whitefish for lunch. Learn from your guide about how the natural landscape was carved out by ancient glaciers, and about the Flathead Indian Reservation. Enjoy a full-day excursion around Flathead Lake and to the National Bison Range on a private, guided tour. Walk along Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Enjoy various photo stops and viewpoints as you drive around the lake. Next, head to the Bison Range, where the majority of wildlife viewing will take place. Learn about the Native American history of the Flathead Indian Reservation. Your guide will explain how the nature reserve is one of the oldest refuges in the US for bison, home to nearly 500 of them today. See other possible wildlife sightings include elk, eagles, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, and more. After touring the range, enjoy a stop for lunch at one of the many local resting places on your way back to Whitefish. Lunch is not included in the tour, but there will be a stop to purchase lunch on your own.

Twin Falls: Off the Beaten Path Guided Half-Day Tour

8. Twin Falls: Off the Beaten Path Guided Half-Day Tour

Take a comfortable air-conditioned ride and explore the Box Canyon Springs Preserve, Malad Gorge State Park, Hageman National Monument Visitor Center and Museum and Balanced Rock. Starting at the Nature Preserve, take a short walk to the overlook and see natural springs flowing through this spectacular canyon which is home to lush vegetation and a variety of desert animals. Then it's on to Malad Gorge State Park where a 60 ft (18 meters) retreating cataract known as Devil's Washbowl once plunged over the edge of this 250 ft (76 meters) deep gorge into the Snake River. Drive the Thousand Springs Scenic byway on your way to one of the most breathtaking panoramic views Magic Valley has to offer overlooking three miles of the Oregon Trail. Finally, sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful countryside of Castleford, Idaho, on your way to the gravity-defying Balanced Rock, a wind-carved natural wonder standing 48 ft (14.5 meters) tall.

Twin Falls: Shoshone Falls & City Tour Half-Day Guided Tour

9. Twin Falls: Shoshone Falls & City Tour Half-Day Guided Tour

On this scenic tour, feast your eyes on the historic architecture and natural wonders of Twin Falls, Shoshone Falls, and the Snake River Canyon. Learn about the development of Twin Falls and the ancient volcanic activity in Shoshone Falls. Explore the Twin Falls Dam and I.B. Perrine Memorial Bridge. Begin your tour with a drive through Twin Falls' historic Old Town and Warehouse districts. With examples of Neoclassical, Spanish Mission, Modern, and Gothic structures, Twin Falls is a study in architecture. See original buildings, such as the Justamere Inn Hotel, churches, and the Courthouse. Next, head to Twin Falls Dam and admire the waterfall and views of the Snake River Canyon. There, watch as natural springs burst through basalt lava rock. As you approach the edge of the Snake River behind the dam, discover the hidden streams and hanging gardens. Continue your tour at Shoshone Falls. You'll learn about the geological history behind the natural wonder that stretches back over 15,000 years. In more recent history, visit the hydroelectric power plant at Shoshone Falls, dating back to 1909. Conclude your tour with a stop at the Visitor Center and a walk along the top of the I.B. Perrine Memorial Bridge, which spans 1,500 feet across the Snake River Canyon. Soak up the incredible natural views and the grandeur of the canyon and river below.

Twin Falls: Guided Half-Day Scenic Tour and Wine Tasting

10. Twin Falls: Guided Half-Day Scenic Tour and Wine Tasting

Embark on this beautiful tour in the famous Wine Country of Idaho, part of the new frontier of wine-growing areas. Enjoy stunning views of the natural scenery and sip delicious wines from the organic winery. This scenic adventure tour begins with a trip to Malad Gorge State Park for stunning views of the Devil's Washbowl, a cascade of waterfalls created by volcanic activity ending with a spectacular 60-foot cataract all set inside a 250 feet deep gorge 2.5 miles long. Next, relax and enjoy a 25-minute ride along the Thousand Springs Scenic Byway where you will see breathtaking waterfalls and gaze upon the majestic vistas of Hagerman Valley. Meander the beautiful countryside and cross the mighty Snake River as you take in views of peaceful lakes and charming streams. End your day at the Holesinsky Vineyard & Winery, one of Southern Idaho's premier family-owned and certified organic wineries, known for their French wine-making techniques and versatile flavors. Enjoy the charming and inviting ambiance as you begin tasting a variety of their unique and flavorful creations. Embark on a relaxing stroll around the beautiful vineyard in between sips.

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