Discover our New North America Small Group Tours Posted September 8, 2016
If you have always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon, explore Alaska’s wilderness, or see Canada’s pristine lakes, you can now explore these gems with Odysseys Unlimited. We’ve just introduced five new tours in North America for 2017, enabling our guests to journey through historic towns and prominent national parks of Canada and the U.S.
Learn more about each of our new tours below:
National Parks of the Southwest: On this small group tour, we travel through Arizona, Utah, and Nevada, visiting the Southwest’s most famous landmarks – notably Bryce Canyon and Zion national park.
Trip highlights include: metropolitan Tucson; Sedona’s range of towering red sandstone formations; the immense Grand Canyon often considered one of the seven wonders of the natural world; Bryce Canyon National Park; Zion National Park; motorized rafting excursion on the Colorado River; views of Native American petroglyphs; the red-orange walls of Antelope Canyon; and Las Vegas.
Canadian Rockies Explorer: Nature abounds on this small group tour through the Rocky Mountains in Canada’s province of Alberta and the northwestern region of Montana as we explore the unspoiled wilderness of Glacier, Jasper, and Banff national parks.
Trip highlights include: cosmopolitan Calgary; Waterton Lakes National Park; Skyles Lake; Maligne Canyon and cerulean Maligne Lake; Glacier National Park; a ride in the legendary Red Jammers, roll-back canvas convertible top cars that wind through the mountains on the fabled Going-to-the-Sun Road; the Glacier Skywalk, a cliff-edge walkway that leads to a transparent-bottomed observation deck suspended nearly 1,000 feet above the valley floor; Lake Louise; an all-terrain vehicle ride to Athabasca Glacier; the Banff Gondola at Sulphur Mountain; Hoodoos, a collection of eroded limestone spires; and Bow Falls.
Exploring Alaska’s Wilderness: This unparalleled small-ship cruise voyages through Alaska’s scenic Inside Passage. Expedition vessel, Safari Endeavour, allows us to venture to the secluded harbors and remote inlets larger ships can’t access; providing us with a singular experience amid Alaska’s wilderness.
Throughout our journey, we have the opportunity to explore surrounding wilderness and waterways via guided skiff, kayak, or paddleboard, witnessing Alaska’s infamous humpback whales, seals, puffins, and bears up close.
Trip highlights include: Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Macaulay Salmon Hatchery, Glacier Bay National Park, Grand Pacific and Margerie glaciers, Chatham Strait, Thomas Bay, Port Houghton, Dawes Glacier, Endicott Arm, and Fords Terror.
The American West: From the monumental – Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse – to the majestic – Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, Bighorn Forest and the Great Plains – this small group tour discovers western America’s diverse landscape.
Trip highlights include: Yellowstone National Park including the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Lake, and Old Faithful; Badlands National Park; visit to a local ranch; visit to Cody, a town founded by famous Buffalo Bill; and Jackson Hole.
In the Wake of Lewis & Clark: History comes alive on this small group tour through the Pacific Northwest. Aboard a replica coastal steamer, we follow the historic route of noted explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as we cruise along the Columbia and Snake rivers.
Trip highlights include: Portland, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Multnomah Falls, Clarkston, jet boat ride through Hells Canyon, Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard, The Dalles, Maryhill Museum of Art, Columbia River Maritime Museum, and Astoria.
Call 1-888-370-6765 to make a reservation.