Yellowstone National Park

9 Day Sample Itinerary

Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore and Denver Multi Centre

National parks and monuments

Experience some of America's most iconic sights on this scenic journey from Yellowstone National Park, home to an amazing variety of wildlife including bison, wolves, elk and bears. Next stop off at Mount Rushmore where you'll see four renowned US presidents carved into the stone, before venturing on to Denver to explore a small section of the Rocky Mountain National Park.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • See Yellowstone National Park's impressive Geysers
  • Visit Mount Rushmore's famous faces
  • Explore Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Marvel at the Grand Prismatic Spring

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
9 days
Destination Breakdown
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
  • Yellowstone National Park

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Grand Prismatic Spring
    • Castle, Daisy and Old Faithful Geysers
    • Abundant wildlife
    • Pristine lakes, hire a boat or relax on the shore
  • Denver

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Visit the Rocky Mountain National Park
    • Shopping on the mile-long 16th Street Mall
    • Take a tour of the Coors Brewery
    • Sample unique culinary creations, such as buffalo marsala
Yellowstone National Park

Located mostly in Wyoming, but reaching into Idaho and Montana as well, Yellowstone National Park offers a fascinating variety of wildlife and scenery to explore.  Sit and wait for Old Faithful to erupt every 90 minutes, or try to catch a glimpse of bison, wolves, elk and even bears.

Mount Rushmore

Take a trip across to South Dakota to visit the Mount Rushmore National Memorial where the faces of four US Presidents are carved into the mountains, and learn about hte birth, growth, development and preservation of the country.

Denver

Finish off in Denver where 300 days of sunshine almost guarantees you great weather.  Visit one of the four major sports teams, or head into nature to explore the Rocky Mountain National Park.