The 103-day tour includes stargazing in Death Valley. // © 2015 iStock
The Globus Family of Brands recently introduced Centennial Celebration: 100 Days of Go Parks!, a 103-day tour created in celebration of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary in 2016. During the tour, clients will take a hayride through Glacier National Park, enjoy a Navajo cookout in the Grand Canyon and go stargazing in Death Valley and Yosemite, among other highlights, as they wind through 35 of America’s most beloved national parks.
“America offers travelers so much to see and do,” said Steve Born, vice president of marketing for Globus. “Imagine waking up to a sunrise from a hotel right on the rim of the Grand Canyon or riding a horse to admire the pink and orange-spired hoodoos at Bryce Canyon. On this bucket-list tour, travelers will have more than 100 days to immerse themselves in the sights and history of our nation.”
The tour departs on July 7, 2016, from Honolulu and ends on Oct. 17, 2016, in Las Vegas.
The price of the tour begins at $26,988.