Covers a lot in a short time only if you are up for it. If you want to relax and not spend much time seeing more destinations then this is not for you. This if for you if your time is limited and you want to cover many destinations.
By: Victoria Haiboeck | Fri Oct 07, 2016 at 05.16 AM
The tour was really cool ans you get to see alot of places within 6 days. Therfore the busrides are pretty long but it's ok. The only thing I didn't like was the last day in a ski village becuase it was already off season so we couldn't do ..the normal program that is written down.Read full review
95% Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone and The Arches National Park
By: Anonymous | Thu Sep 22, 2016 at 09.39 PM
The trip met our expectations. If you want to see the scenery without having to drive or make any travel arrangements, this is the best option. The accommodations were not 5 star but were clean and comfortable. The tour guide Frank and t..he bus driver Pam were exceptional. We always knew the agenda and they worked hard to let us see all we could in the time available. If you select this tour, be prepared to encounter a number of different ethnic backgrounds and the different behaviors they exhibit. We put our feelings on the back burner and did not let this issue mar the tour in anyway.Read full review
If you like the contrast between majestic mountains and the barren red rocks, this is a must-see tour. In a short duration of 6 days and 5 nights, the tour takes you through five of America's most beautiful mountain states from Colorado to ..South Dakota, to Wyoming, to Dakota, to Utah, and back to Colorado. You will visit the men-made wonder of Mount Rushmore and the nature spectacular of Devil's Tower. You will be exposed to the mystical geothermal activities of Yellowstone and majestic Grand Teton Mountain range. Finally you will see the unforgettable red rock arches contrasting with the seemingly barren Great Salt Lake. in addition to these major attractions, the various side trips to Dever's Red Rock Amphitheater, Jackson Hole, the international skiing village of Vail, and the Rocky Mountain high point of Johnson Tunnel, are experiences that you will not easily forget.- and most importantly, all these at a very reasonable price.
The accommodation were not luxurious but comfortable. The bilingual (English & Chinese) tour guide was friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable, and the driver was skillful and safety conscious. The coach bus was new and comfortable. Unfortunately there were a couple seats whose reclining mechanism of which did not work properly. Having to sit in that position for an extended period of time made it rather uncomfortable. Hopefully they will be repaired soon. Also, the back of each seat does not provide a "pocket" for passenger to put things in it - seems to be a design oversight.
Overall, I would say this tour is great value for any nature lovers who want to enjoy the best of what America's mountain states have to offer on a budget that will not break ones bank accounts, and yet at a reasonably comfortable mode of transportation and accommodation. I would recommend this highly.Read full review