American Majesty

August 21 - 28, 2018 - 8 days

Marvel at the rugged beauty of America's majestic national parks: Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier. View snow-capped mountains, wildlife, dramatic waterfalls, and landscape sculpted with canyons, cirques, craggy peaks, clear alpine lakes, winding rivers and virgin forests. Ride the Rendezvous Mountain Aerial Tramway, cruise the Snake River and Gates of the Mountains, and see the famous geyser, Old Faithful. Take one of the most magnificent drives in the world along "Going to the Sun Road" on the famous Red Jammer Buses. Join us on this unforgettable trip! 

Courtesy of the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

Courtesy of the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

Tour Highlights

Snake River Float Trip, Jackson Hole, The Grand Tetons, Bar J Ranch Cowboy Show, Yellowstone National Park, Old Faithful, IMAX Yellowstone, Helena, Missouri River Cruise, Glacier National Park, the Glacier Historic Lodge


Day 1 (August 21st)

Flight to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Arrive at Best Western Lodge at Jackson, WY, 2 nights. Dinner.

Day 2 (August 22nd) 

Breakfast. Take an unforgettable ten-mile Snake River Float Trip
that showcases the ageless beauty of the Grand Tetons. Get a bird's eye view this morning on an aerial tramway on the 2 1/2 mile ride
to the top of Rendezvous Mountain with incredible panoramic views. Free evening in Jackson Hole.


Full breakfast at the lodge. Travel to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming by driving through Grand Teton National Park. View rugged, snow-capped mountains & landscape sculpted with canyons, cirques, craggy peaks, clear alpine lakes, winding rivers & virgin forests. Picture stops en route. Free time for lunch in Yellowstone. For over 100 years Old Faithful has not missed a performance since the eruptions were first recorded. Today see for yourself this famous geyser. Check in to the Lake Yellowstone Hotel for 2 nights. The lodge is nestled near the spectacular Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone with a variety of wildlife that is often seen nearby. Dinner at lodge.


Breakfast. Guided tour of Yellowstone National Park. Today a marvelous list of sights will unfold before you. Dramatic waterfalls, a spectacular river canyon, glimpses of Yellowstone wildlife. Tour highlights include: Artist Point overlooking the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Tower Falls, Mammoth Hot Springs, Golden gate & the Norris Geyser Basins. Travel to Helena and check
in to the Great Northen Best Western, 2 nights. Dinner.


Breakfast. Guided tour of Helena, MT highlighting the State Capitol, the Cathedral of Saint Helena, the West Side Mansion District and downtown. Horse Drawn Wagon Ride through High Mountain Forest to Last Chance Ranch with prime rib dinner & musical entertainment. 

Day 6 (August 26th)

Breakfast. 12-mile Missouri River Cruise of the Gates of the Mountains. The cruise explores the deep gorge in Helena National Forest discovered & named by Lewis & Clark. Incredible views of cliffs, canyons, wildlife & wilderness will enthrall you. Travel to Glacier Mountain National Park, Montana. Check in to the Glacier Park Lodge nestled amidst the wild grandeur of Glacier National Park. Comprised of over a million acres, this spectacular national treasure contains 50 glaciers, over 200 lakes, magnificent forests, over 50 species of wildlife & over 250 varieties of birds. Dinner at the lodge.

Day 7 (August 27th) 

Breakfast. Full day guided tour of Glacier National Park. Discover this living textbook in geology abounding in amazing natural delights. On the tour, take one of the most magnificent drives in the world along "Going to the Sun Road" on the famous Red Jammer Buses. Box lunch provided during the full day tour. Dinner at the lodge.

Day 8 (August 28th)

Full breakfast at the lodge. Regularly scheduled flight home. 

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Explore Grand Tetons National Park

"The areas around the Grand Teton mountain range and its lakes were established as a national park in 1929 in order to protect the land from commercial exploitation. The protected area was extended into the surrounding valley in 1950. This truly special federal park boasts a diverse ecosystem with 310,000 acres of terrain ranging from summertime wildflower meadows to rushing whitewater streams. These ancient mountains also contain some of the oldest rocks in the National Park Service, dating to nearly 2.7 billion years ago."

-- Courtesy of the National Park Foundation


Explore Yellowstone National Park

"Yellowstone National Park sits on top of a dormant volcano and is home to more geysers and hot springs than any other place on earth. Wonders abound at this truly unique national park, from sites like the Yellowstone Grand Canyon to wildlife like America’s largest buffalo herd, grizzly bears, and wolves. Approximately 50 percent of the world’s hydrothermal features are at Yellowstone National Park, creating an effect that makes the ground appear to be on fire. The most famous of all the geysers is Old Faithful, one of the most popular and recognized natural wonders in the United States."

-- Courtesy of the National Park Foundation


Explore Glacier National Park

"Glacier National Park was established in 1910, covers about one million acres of land, and contains 25 “active” glaciers that move due to thawing and melting. There are a number of beloved areas in Glacier National Park. "Going-to-the-Sun Road", a 50-mile trek that provides some of the most amazing views in Montana, is Glacier National Park’s most popular destination. North Fork is only accessible by dirt road and has incredible views of some of the park's many lakes, as well as a historic homestead site."

-- Courtesy of the National Park Foundation


A Trip for Wildlife Lovers

The list of species that inhabit Glacier, Yellowstone, and Grand Tetons National Park includes: wolves, elk, grizzly bear, coyotes, bison, moose, big horn sheep, black bears, badgers, bobcats, cougars, lynx, river otters, red fox, wolverines, mountain goats, gophers, prairie rattlesnakes, bald eagles, and many more.



What's Included?

Simply put, everything.

  • Round trip airfare on regularly scheduled flights
  • Transportation to/from Chicago Airport Deluxe motorcoach  transportation
  • One airline luggage fee per flight for a compliant bag.
  • 7 nights deluxe hotel accommodations
  • 14 meals: 7 full breakfasts, 1 box lunch, 6 dinners
  • All taxes, gratuities (including driver & tour director) & luggage handling
  • All attractions, sightseeing tours & admission charges
  • Services of an experienced American Classic tour director
  • Travel Guard Trip Insurance: Trip cancellation & interruption, emergency medical & transportation & luggage insurance


Your plane ticket is purchased, your hotel rooms are reserved, your dinners are arranged, tip and tax are pre-paid, your trip is insured, your tickets to entertainment and attractions are purchased, your escort is ready, 

all that is left.....IS YOU.



To make a reservation call 800-666-0358 or email us at We hope you will join us on this world-class trip and join our amazing community of travelers. You'll love it, we guarantee it.

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