America's Cowboy Country

America's Cowboy Country information and booking

from
$1775
  • Duration
    9
    days
  • Physical rating
    4
  • Culture Shock
    2
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Schedule Details

Departs from
Las Vegas
Accommodation
Cabin, Hogan, Hotel, Motel
Group Size
Maximum of 12 travellers per group
Transportation
Private vehicle
Important Notes
A Single Supplement is available on this trip. On the following nights a single supplement is not available: Days 3 & 4.

Highlights

Pick a winner in Las Vegas, Experience the hokey charms of the Old West , Learn about the Navajo Indians in Monument Valley, Be wowed by the Grand Canyon, Enjoy a drink on Whiskey Row in Prescott, Explore the glamour of Hollywood

Tour description provided by Intrepid

The United States is one of the most passionately unified nations in the world, but with every state comes a totally different way of life. With modern-day cowboys in the south, Hollywood standbys in Los Angeles and suit-clad moneymen in New York, there is no doubt that this is one incredibly diverse country. Explore the glitz and glamour of casino jockeys in Las Vegas before entering the desert landscape of Arizona. Saloon hop on Whiskey Row and be dumbstruck by the titanic gorge of the Grand Canyon. Finish up in California for some beachside sun.

Itinerary

Day 1 Las Vegas
Kick off this American adventure in style in the world’s capital of gambling, where the casinos provide a lot more than just blackjack tables and pokies. Why not put on a poker face and hit the casino floor, watch a mind-blowing show or stroll the fabulous shopping districts. Famous for all-you-can-eat buffets and a raging nightlife, Vegas has something for everyone.
Day 2 Lake Powell
Leave behind the ‘city on lights’ and enter the desert of Arizona. Enjoy the wide open spaces and sleep overnight in a ranch hand’s bunkhouse at Lake Powell. Relax in a sandstone cave, walk around the area or get active on the lake, whether in flippers or on a kayak or boat.
Days 3-4 Monument Valley
Learn about the Navajo Indians, the largest Native American tribe in the US, at Monument Valley, where more than 200,000 native people live. Go for a walk past giant sandstone pillars and rock pinnacles in this truly unique and breathtaking landscape.
Days 5-6 Grand Canyon National Park
Taking between three and six million years to form, the incredible Grand Canyon is the US's most famous national landmark and stretches 28 km wide, 365 km long and more than 1.6 km deep. Explore this site on foot while walking the South Rim Trail or hiking to Plateau Point. Alternatively, opt to take to the skies on a scenic helicopter ride over the spectacular valley.
Day 7 Prescott
Once the capital of Arizona, Prescott is now a small town with a whole lot of charm. Stroll though Prescott’s historic downtown and head to Whiskey Row, a place where America’s most famous cowboys and notorious outlaws once came to drink. Perhaps head to Prescott National Forest, see the stunning Willow and Watson lakes or hang about in town and watch a true blue rodeo show.
Days 8-9 Los Angeles
Journey to the ‘City of Angels’ to see the Hollywood sign, shop on Rodeo Drive or laze on Venice Beach. Explore the impressive collection at the Getty Center, including the art works of Van Gogh and Monet, or chase down the city’s best food trucks before this feisty adventure ends.