Best of the Great American West

21 days from £5,325 per person
21 days of adventure through The Great American West - including Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Memorial, and Glacier National Park.


  • Return scheduled flights
  • 20 hotel nights
  • Car hire
  • Guide, maps and directions
  • Denver, Colorado - 1 Night

  • Rapid City, South Dakota - 3 Nights

    Explore the Black Hills of South Dakota, including Mount Rushmore National Memorial – the 60-foot-high mountain carving of U.S. Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Visit the Crazy Horse Memorial and discover Custer State Park, where you can drive the 18 mile Wildlife Loop Road. Explore downtown Rapid City and its Journey Museum, or take a short drive east to Badlands National Park - a maze of buttes, canyons and gullies formed by millions of years of erosion.

  • Medora, North Dakota - 2 Nights

    Spend a day exploring Theodore Roosevelt National Park alongside the abundance of wildlife that the park is home to. Head to Painted Canyon Overlook for spectacular views of the Badlands. Visit the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame and take in the nightly outdoor Medora Musical and Pitchfork Fondue dinner (that runs during the summer months).

  • Billings, Montana - 2 Nights

    In Montana’s largest city, visit the Western Heritage Centre featuring over 17,000 Native American objects and artefacts. Stroll around historic downtown Billings - enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants, and shop ‘til you drop at the Rimrock Mall.

  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - 3 Nights

    Marvel at the world’s largest concentration of geysers and thermal features. The awe-inspiring landscape covers 3,000 square miles with over 10,000 thermal features and hundreds of animal species. Popular park sites include Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Lake, Old Faithful, Midway Geyser Basin, Norris Geyser Basin, Lamar and Hayden Valleys and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The natural beauty, rugged wilderness and majestic mountains deservedly make this one for your bucket list.

  • Grand Teton National Park/ Jackson, Wyoming - 2 Nights

    The upmarket yet relaxed town of Jackson is the perfect base for exploring Grand Teton National Park. The park offers outdoor adventure activities a plenty, including wildlife safaris and white-water rafting on the Snake River. Enjoy a scenic float trip or take the Aerial Tram to the top of this stretch of the Rocky Mountains. Spend time in Jackson which features wooden sidewalks, elk antler arches and a range of shops. Jackson Town Square is a lively hub where you can enjoy a horse carriage ride or see an Old West-style shootout in the summer.

  • Sun Valley, Idaho - 2 Nights

    Birthplace of the chairlift, Sun Valley offers more outdoor recreational activities than any other destination resort in the U.S. It offers a range of activities across four distinct seasons, including hiking, biking, fishing, golf, horse riding, and paddle boat rides on the Sun Valley Lake. Winter activities include skiing, sleigh rides, and ice skating.

  • McCall, Idaho - 2 Nights

    Bask in this laid back mountain town on the shores of Payette Lake. Enjoy hiking, biking and boating in Ponderosa Park in the summer, or hit the slopes at Brundage Mountain ski resort in the winter months.

  • Missoula, Montana - 1 Night

    Surrounded by forests, this small town is bustling with activity and things to do. Missoula makes the most of the great outdoors including biking, camping, and horse riding. The surrounding lakes and rivers provide a great playground for water activities in the summer months. Look out for art galleries and music events, and explore the museums and historical attractions in the local area.

  • Glacier National Park, Montana - 3 Nights

    After a night in Missoula, discover the breath-taking Glacier National Park. Discover glacial-scoured valleys, towering peaks, tumbling waterfalls, verdant forests and wildflower-strewn meadows. As you explore, keep an eye out for grizzly bears, elk, mountain goats and bighorn sheep. Drive the magnificent 53-mile Going-To-The-Sun-Road and hike some of the 700 miles of trails.