This 11 day tour features the Best of the Black Hills and the Wild West. The entire city of Deadwood is a national historic landmark that puts the past of the Wild West into perspective. Enjoy one full day of Deadwood sightseeing, and one full day deep in the Black Hills. You’ll eat at Kevin Costner’s Midnight Star, ride Jeeps through a Buffalo Herd, and discover the beauty and history of these sacred hills.
Chasing Lewis & Clark is a historical odyssey with a full-time Historian onboard. You follow the Missouri River from it’s mouth to it’s headwaters, then cross the Rockies into the Snake River Valley and travel though it to the Columbia River and it’s end on the coast. This tour offers a number of hotels with river views, unique dining experiences, historical information on native peoples and conversation on the difference in the flora and fauna along your route.
A New Itinerary, this combo features two of our favorite Western Towns. We want you to walk the streets of Deadwood in the footsteps of Hickok. Imagine the history, view the iconic mountain sculptures, ride the trains to the top of Pike’s Peak and the bottom of the Royal Gorge. Mount up! It’s a week of Western Wonders waiting for you.
From your hotel in the very center of Deadwood you are in the thick of the action, you’ll walk amongst gunfighters and tourists, saloon girls and shopkeepers and enjoy every minute of a town that thinks they’re living in 1876. You spend one full day with Deadwood sightseeing, and one full day deep in the Black Hills. Ride Jeeps through a Buffalo Herd, and discover the beauty and history of these sacred hills. This is Travel that’s Fun! The Best Hotel, the best sightseeing. If you only live once shouldn’t you have a good time?
The dust flies and the ground trembles as the largest herd of buffalo in the country are rounded up and driven past you by cowboys on horseback. Designated viewing spots, described as “pretty darn close,” are picked out on the hill and mountainsides by the park rangers. If you are looking for a “Taste of the Real American West,” it doesn’t get much better than this.