AMERICA’S LAST FRONTIER
$100 Early Booking Special Expires February 1, 2019
A land of big sky and wide-open spaces with wild horses and roaming bison, North Dakota celebrates its remoteness as one of America’s last frontiers. Here the past echoes memories of Lewis and Clark, hardy pioneers, cowboys and Indians. From Fargo and the rolling prairies of the East to Medora and the rugged terrain of the West, you will be amazed at the variety of attractions on this exceptionally designed itinerary. If you are looking for an authentic, unique destination and have never visited North Dakota, this is the perfect time to do so!
Tour Bonanzaville - Restored Western Village
Guided Tour of Fargo
Guided Tour of Bismarck
“World’s Largest Bison Monument”
Lewis & Clark Riverboat Cruise
North Dakota Heritage Center
Annual Indian International Powwow
Fort Abraham Lincoln
Pitchfork Fondue Steak Dinner
Teddy Roosevelt National Park
Cowboy Hall of Fame
Flight from Chicago to Fargo, ND. Tour Bonanzaville—a restored Western village which is home to dozens of restored buildings and 400,000 artifacts from the Old West. Arrive at lovely Radisson Hotel located in the heart of downtown Fargo. Dinner at hotel.
Full breakfast at hotel. Be immersed in the unique culture of this urban outpost on a guided tour of Fargo. Head west to the state capitol city of Bismarck. Free time for lunch in Jamestown. Picture stop at the “World’s Largest Bison Monument” in Jamestown, ND. Dinner on the Lewis & Clark Riverboat as you cruise the scenic Missouri River. Arrive at the Hampton Inn Northwest Bismarck for 2 nights.
Full breakfast at hotel. Guided tour of Bismarck which is home to the state’s unique Capitol building. Visit the North Dakota Heritage Center which recently completed a $24 million renovation. Learn about the state’s cowboys & Indians, Lewis & Clark’s journey through the state, and the recent economic oil boom. Attend the Annual Indian International Powwow which is home to 70 tribes and 1500 dancers and drummers. Dinner in area.
Full breakfast at hotel. Explore Fort Abraham Lincoln —home of the 400-year-old On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village, a historic military fort, and General Custer’s Home. Continue west to Medora stopping in New Salem, ND to see the world’s largest Holstein cow. Travel along the Enchanted Highway to see the famous giant animal structures along the roadside. Arrive at the century-old Rough Riders Hotel in Medora. Savor a local tradition—Pitchfork Steak Fondue for dinner. Attend the Medora Musical.
Full breakfast at hotel. Guided tour of the scenic Theodore Roosevelt National Park - home of the Northern Badlands. This park is famous for it’s magnificent scenery with mountains and canyons, wild horses, and roaming bison. Dinner at hotel.
Full breakfast at hotel. Visit the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora. Flight from Bismarck to Chicago.
THE AMERICAN CLASSIC DIFFERENCE:
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN YOUR TOUR?
Free Home Pickup & Return
Private Group Airline Check-In
Round Trip Airfare & 1 Checked Bag
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
5 Nights Deluxe Hotel Accommodations
10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts and 5 Dinners
All Attractions, Tours, Admissions
Luggage Handling Throughout Tour
All Tips & Taxes Included
American Classic Tour Director
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DOUBLE OCCUPANCY: $2517.00
SINGLE OCCUPANCY: $2983.00
*Add optional Travel Guard Travel Insurance to your package:
Travel Guard’s Travel Insurance includes trip cancellation and interruption, emergency medical and transportation, and luggage insurance.
Insurance Rate Double Occupancy: $181.00
Insurance Rate Single Occupancy: $215.00
$900.00 deposit per person with reservation. Final payment due 6/4/19. Refund Policy: Cancellations prior to or on 6/4/19 receive a full refund less a $75 cancel fee. Cancellations after 6/4/19 with insurance purchased, refunds will be processed through Travel Guard Insurance. Cancellations after 6/4/19 without insurance purchased, there is no refund.