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  • Chicago to Las Vegas

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Land of Lincoln to the Land of Silver & Gold.

Going through 7 states – Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona and Nevada – and over 1,700 miles, this itinerary is full of contrasting landscapes and lifestyles where you’ll see iconic landmarks and natural beauty’s like Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore along with the world-class buzzing man-made cities of Chicago and Las Vegas.

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Take it as you see it or change it to suit. All C.N.A. holidays can be tailored to suit your own tastes & budget.

All our holidays offer complete financial protection and you will receive a uniquely personalised travelling pack to ensure you get the most from your adventure.

This magnificent 14 or 21 night fly drive will take you from the Land of Lincoln in Chicago to the Land of Silver & Gold of Las Vegas. For a bit of everything, this is a flexible itinerary that can be adapted for your personal needs and preferences!

Day 1
Arrival Chicago

Depart London Heathrow – 11:40
Arrive Chicago – 13:55
Journey Time – 8 hours 30 minutes

Upon arrival into Chicago O’Hare airport transfer independently to your hotel ~ Welcome to the vibrant and bustling city of Chicago clinging to the southern shores of Lake Michigan. Home to skyscrapers (it’s here the word originated), lakefront beaches, restaurants reflecting its regional food specialties, magnificent shopping and unique architecture that epitomizes the spirit of the city.

Overnight – Chicago


Day 2
Chicago

The whole day to explore the best attractions of the city such as beautiful Millennium Park and Grant Park, Lake Michigan, the Art Institute of Chicago, the theatre district, and shopping along the Magnificent Mile. This evening, enjoy Chicago’s many restaurants, stroll along the shore of Lake Michigan or jive to the beat at a jazz or blues club – then get a good night sleep and be ready for tomorrow!

Overnight – Chicago


Day 3
Chicago to Des Moines
340 miles

Collect car rental from a Chicago airport or downtown location (downtown collection subject to availability at time of booking) before heading west this morning crossing the great Mississippi River towards the Great Plains and into the Hawkeye State of Iowa. Your journey takes you past the original state capital of Iowa City and on to your final destination the state capital of Des Moines. The gold leaf dome of the Capitol building is a favourite with sightseers and Des Moines is an important city in presidential politics as it is here that the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle take place.

Overnight – Des Moines


Day 4
Des Moines to Sioux Falls
283 miles

Further to the western border of Iowa and Sioux City located on the shores of the Missouri, the longest river in the USA. This is an area originally inhabited by the Sioux tribe of Native Americans and it was here that the famous explorers Lewis and Clark set up camp in 1804 on their journey along the Missouri. Crossing into the state of South Dakota named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes travel to Sioux Falls the largest city in the state.

Overnight – Sioux Falls


Day 5
Sioux Falls to Rapid City
352 miles

Ever westwards continue through South Dakota, passing the Badlands National Park, to Rapid City at the foothills of the Black Hills mountain range, ancestral home of the Sioux people. Rapid City was founded as the gateway to the Black Hills resulting from the gold rush in 1874 that brought an influx of settlers into the region. Just 30 minutes’ drive from Rapid City is the major tourist attraction of Mount Rushmore with its sculptures of four presidents carved into the granite face.
Overnight – Rapid City


Day 6
Rapid City to Deadwood to Sheridan
255 miles

Into the Black Hills and the historic “Old West” town of Deadwood, a lawless gold mining town of goldpanners, gamblers and prostitutes that saw many murders including that of gunman Wild Bill Hickok. Wyatt Earp lived in the town and the local cemetery is the final resting place of Hickok and equally famous Calamity Jane. Crossing into Wyoming continue to Sundance where Henry Longabaugh, a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch, afterwards known as the Sundance Kid, was released from jail in the late 19th century. Just north of Sundance is Devils Tower, the massive rock monolith featured in the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”. An interesting day ends at the typical western town of Sheridan, Wyoming.
Overnight – Sheridan


Day 7
Sheridan to Cody
147 miles

A few hours’ drive brings you to Cody the town named after Buffalo Bill Cody the famous frontier scout, bison hunter and showman. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, located near the centre of the city contains five museums in one, including the Draper Natural History Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum and the Buffalo Bill Museum. The Cody Night Rodeo is an amateur rodeo that takes place every night from June 1 through August 31.
Overnight – Cody


Day 8
Cody to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks to Jackson
178 miles

Leave this morning for the nearby Eastern Entrance of Yellowstone National Park the first National Park in the U.S known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. Yellowstone covers an area of 3,468.4 square miles comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges and is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles including Grizzly bears, wolves, and free-ranging herds of bison and elk. Your route to Jackson also traverses the Grand Teton National Park passing the magnificent peaks of the Teton Range.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 9
Jackson

Gateway to the nearby national parks and surrounded by the scenic Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges Jackson is an ideal centre to relax and explore the region.

Overnight – Jackson


Day 10
Jackson to Flaming Gorge to Vernal
285 miles

Heading south this morning you cross into the state of Utah with the road taking you through the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. The gorge was so named due to the spectacular red sandstone cliffs overlooking the Green River and at the border of Wyoming and Utah you’ll have an opportunity to marvel at the scenic vista of the Flaming Gorge Dam. Your overnight stay is in Vernal and an interesting side trip 25 minutes away is the Dinosaur National Monument where at the world famous quarry visitors can see over 1,500 fossils embedded in the cliff face.
Overnight – Vernal


Day 11
Vernal to Moab
222 miles

Today’s route takes you south through western Colorado and then re-enters Utah to end in Moab a popular base for visiting nearby Arches & Canyons National Parks.
Overnight – Moab


Day 12
Moab

You have the whole day to explore an area that has been the background for many popular western movies. Arches National Park is only a few miles north of Moab on the Colorado River and is famous for containing over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as a wide variety of wildlife and plants. The spectacular and colourful scenery of nearby Canyons National Park astounds with its canyons, mesas and buttes eroded into the landscape by the Colorado and Green Rivers and their tributaries. Many traces of ancient Native Americans can be found in a district that has been described as “ the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth”
Overnight – Moab


Day 13
Moab to Zion National Park
345 miles

Today you drive via Cedar City to Zion National Park in Southern Utah near the border of Arizona.
Overnight – Springdale


Day 14
Zion National Park to Las Vegas
160 miles

Time today to explore the park before leaving for Las Vegas a few hours’ drive away in the state of Nevada. The major feature of the park are the steep red cliffs of the 15 mile long and up to half mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Your final night is in America’s entertainment capital, Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 15
Depart Las Vegas

Return your car at the airport before your departure flight.

Depart Las Vegas – 21:30
Arrive London Heathrow – 15:30 (Next Day)
Journey Time – 10 hours

Day 1
Arrival Chicago

Depart London Heathrow – 11:40
Arrive Chicago – 13:55
Journey Time – 8 hours 30 minutes

Upon arrival into Chicago O’Hare airport transfer independently to your hotel ~ Welcome to the vibrant and bustling city of Chicago clinging to the southern shores of Lake Michigan. Home to skyscrapers (it’s here the word originated), lakefront beaches, restaurants reflecting its regional food specialties, magnificent shopping and unique architecture that epitomizes the spirit of the city.

Overnight – Chicago


Day 2
Chicago

The whole day to explore the best attractions of the city such as beautiful Millennium Park and Grant Park, Lake Michigan, the Art Institute of Chicago, the theatre district, and shopping along the Magnificent Mile. This evening, enjoy Chicago’s many restaurants, stroll along the shore of Lake Michigan or jive to the beat at a jazz or blues club – then get a good night sleep and be ready for tomorrow!
Overnight – Chicago


Day 3
Chicago to Des Moines
340 miles

Collect car rental from a Chicago airport or downtown location (downtown collection subject to availability at time of booking) before heading west this morning crossing the great Mississippi River towards the Great Plains and into the Hawkeye State of Iowa. Your journey takes you past the original state capital of Iowa City and on to your final destination the state capital of Des Moines. The gold leaf dome of the Capitol building is a favourite with sightseers and Des Moines is an important city in presidential politics as it is here that the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle take place.
Overnight – Des Moines


Day 4
Des Moines to Sioux Falls
283 miles

Further to the western border of Iowa and Sioux City located on the shores of the Missouri, the longest river in the USA. This is an area originally inhabited by the Sioux tribe of Native Americans and it was here that the famous explorers Lewis and Clark set up camp in 1804 on their journey along the Missouri. Crossing into the state of South Dakota named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes travel to Sioux Falls the largest city in the state.

Overnight – Sioux Falls


Day 5
Sioux Falls to Rapid City
352 miles

Ever westwards continue through South Dakota, passing the Badlands National Park, to Rapid City at the foothills of the Black Hills mountain range, ancestral home of the Sioux people. Rapid City was founded as the gateway to the Black Hills resulting from the gold rush in 1874 that brought an influx of settlers into the region. Just 30 minutes’ drive from Rapid City is the major tourist attraction of Mount Rushmore with its sculptures of four presidents carved into the granite face.
Overnight – Rapid City


Day 6
Rapid City to Deadwood to Sheridan
255 miles

Into the Black Hills and the historic “Old West” town of Deadwood, a lawless gold mining town of goldpanners, gamblers and prostitutes that saw many murders including that of gunman Wild Bill Hickok. Wyatt Earp lived in the town and the local cemetery is the final resting place of Hickok and equally famous Calamity Jane. Crossing into Wyoming continue to Sundance where Henry Longabaugh, a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch, afterwards known as the Sundance Kid, was released from jail in the late 19th century. Just north of Sundance is Devils Tower, the massive rock monolith featured in the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”. An interesting day ends at the typical western town of Sheridan, Wyoming.
Overnight – Sheridan


Day 7
Sheridan to Little Bighorn Battlefield to Billings
130 miles

North this morning across the border into Montana for a trip through time, a highlight visit to the historic Little Bighorn Battlefield, site of “Custer’s Last Stand” the subject of many western movies. The area memorializes the U.S. Army’s 7th Cavalry and the Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe in one of the Indian’s last armed efforts to preserve their way of life. Here in June 1876, Lt. Col. George Custer and 263 soldiers died fighting several thousand Lakota, and Cheyenne warriors. During your visit view the 25-minute orientation video and relive the drama of this historic event as you view the Last Stand/Indian Memorial erected on Last Stand Hill, over the mass grave of the Seventh Cavalry soldiers, U.S. Indian Scouts, and other personnel killed in battle. During your visit you will encounter a number of small signs posted throughout the historic site. Experience the narrative story of the Battle of the Little Bighorn through the convenience of your own cell phone. The cell phone stops consist of multiple stops along the tour road. You can listen to a narrative of soldier movements and warrior accounts. Additional cell phone stops are located in the National Cemetery and Last Stand Hill. Use your cell phone and enter the number found on the posted signs to learn what is significant at that location. These historic glimpses will help you enter more fully into the story of the battle. End an interesting day it’s just over a one-hour drive to Billings in the Yellowstone Valley.
Overnight – Billings


Day 8
Billings to Cody
107 miles

Just under two hours’ drive brings you back into Wyoming and Cody the town named after Buffalo Bill Cody the famous frontier scout, bison hunter and showman. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, located near the centre of the city contains five museums in one, including the Draper Natural History Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum and the Buffalo Bill Museum. The Cody Night Rodeo is an amateur rodeo that takes place every night from June 1 through August 31.
Overnight – Cody


Day 9
Cody to Yellowstone North
119 miles

Westwards this morning headed for Eastern Entrance of Yellowstone National Park the first National Park in the U.S, known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features. Your route takes you along the northern shore of Yellowstone Lake that at 7,732 feet is the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in the USA. Yellowstone covers an area of 3,468.4 square miles comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges and is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles including Grizzly bears, wolves, and free-ranging herds of bison and elk. During your stay in Yellowstone North we recommend calling in at the nearby Albright Visitor Centre inside historic Fort Yellowstone for information and suggestions. The major feature of this area are the Mammoth Hot Springs, a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine terraces. Walk on boardwalks above the steaming thermal features and take the two-mile Upper Terrace Drive on the Grand Loop Road, a scenic one-way drive that winds among hot springs and travertine formations.

Overnight – Yellowstone North


Day 10
Yellowstone North to Yellowstone South
53 miles

Leave this morning heading south through the park on the continuance of the Grand Loop Road, a scenic drive of outstanding beauty. Take your time to absorb the scenery and keep your eyes open for wildlife such as bear, bison, coyotes and eagles. Every segment of the Grand Loop Road has different views, and they’re all stunning!
Overnight – Yellowstone South


Day 11
Yellowstone South

The whole day to explore the wonders of the area including the astonishing Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. When Old Faithful erupts its height can vary between 106 and 184 feet and basic prediction of when this will happen is dependent upon the duration of the previous eruption. During visitor centre hours, the naturalist staff maintains geyser statistics and predictions. Other attractions in the area include the Kepler Cascades a waterfall on the Firehole River that drop approximately 150 feet over multiple drops and the Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest hot spring in the United States, with its striking rainbow colours.
Overnight – Yellowstone South


Day 12
Yellowstone South to Jackson
98 miles

Your route to Jackson traverses the Grand Teton National Park passing the magnificent peaks of the Teton Range. Grand Teton National Park is an almost pristine ecosystem and the same species of flora and fauna that have existed since prehistoric times can still be found there. Your destination of Jackson, WY is surrounded by the scenic Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges and is an ideal centre to relax and explore the region.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 13
Jackson

Spend the day touring the Grand Teton National Park or enjoy activities such as wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, fishing, white-water rafting, shopping and dining. Perhaps an interesting visit to the nearby National Elk Refuge, created in 1912 to protect the habitat and provide sanctuary for one of the largest elk herd on earth. The refuge is nearly 25,00 acres of meadows and marshes where bighorn sheep and mule deer can also be seen.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 14
Jackson to Flaming Gorge to Vernal
286 miles

Heading south this morning you cross into the state of Utah with the road taking you through the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. The gorge was so named due to the spectacular red sandstone cliffs overlooking the Green River and at the border of Wyoming and Utah you’ll have an opportunity to marvel at the scenic vista of the Flaming Gorge Dam. Your overnight stay is in Vernal and an interesting side trip 25 minutes away is the Dinosaur National Monument where at the world famous quarry visitors can see over 1,500 fossils embedded in the cliff face.
Overnight – Vernal


Day 15
Vernal to Moab
222 miles

Today’s route takes you south through western Colorado and then re-enters Utah to end in Moab a popular base for visiting nearby Arches & Canyons National Parks.

Overnight – Moab


Day 16
Moab

You have the whole day to explore an area that has been the background for many popular western movies. Arches National Park is only a few miles north of Moab on the Colorado River and is famous for containing over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as a wide variety of wildlife and plants. The spectacular and colourful scenery of nearby Canyons National Park astounds with its canyons, mesas and buttes eroded into the landscape by the Colorado and Green Rivers and their tributaries. Many traces of ancient Native Americans can be found in a district that has been described as “ the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth”.
Overnight – Moab


Day 17
Moab to Monument Valley
157 miles

Travel to the Utah-Arizona state line and Monument Valley the setting for many of John Ford’s best-known western films. A cluster of vast, vivid, red coloured, sandstone buttes easily recognizable to western moviegoers, characterizes the valley, known to the Navajo Nation as “the Valley of the Rocks”.
Overnight – Monument Valley


Day 18
Monument Valley to Grand Canyon
255 miles

Over the border into Arizona and through the Kaibab National Forest into the Grand Canyon National Park, considered as one of the seven natural wonders of world. Visited by five million or more each year. Six thousand feet deep at its deepest point and up to 18 miles across at its widest, the canyon is immense and colourful with steep canyon walls and jutting mesas. Carved by the Colorado River over a period of six million years, it is one of the finest examples of arid-land erosion in the world, averaging 4,000 feet deep for its entire 277 miles. It is also one of the most biologically diverse with several major ecosystems that range from coyote willows at the river’s edge to hanging gardens along the canyon walls to ponderosa pines along the canyon rims. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon, sometimes referred to as the “other” Grand Canyon, is less populated with visitors and uniquely different from the South Rim. With an average elevation of 8,000 feet, the North Rim offers views of the canyon from a higher vantage, in an environment and sub-alpine climate of blue spruce, Douglas Fir, mountain ash, colourful lupines and grassland meadows. Set out on foot along a self-guided nature trail to reach Bright Angel Point, just a short walk on an easy, self-guided nature trail leading you to a spectacular view of the canyon. Here you can see and hear the Roaring Springs more than 3,000 feet below the Rim. Other viewpoints on the North Rim provide memorable opportunities to look across the expanse of the canyon.
Overnight – Grand Canyon


Day 19
Grand Canyon to Zion National Park
123 miles

A morning to continue your Grand Canyon experience before leaving the park via the North Entrance to drive back into Utah and on to Zion National Park. The major feature of the Zion are the steep red cliffs of the 15-mile long and up to half-mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Overnight – Springdale


Day 20
Zion National Park to Las Vegas
160 miles

Time today to explore the park before leaving for Las Vegas a few hours’ drive away in the state of Nevada. The major feature of the park are the steep red cliffs of the 15 mile long and up to half mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 21
Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip, now an All American Road and National Scenic Byway, is a sparkling fantasyland at the heart of the city. Its unique blend of exciting entertainment, scenic beauty, and lavishly landscaped resorts take you to a wide variety of exotic realms from a medieval castle to a Parisian sidewalk cafe, a lakeside Italian village, or a pyramid in ancient Egypt. Once you arrive on the Strip, however, you might be surprised to find that it’s also an enjoyable walking environment. Whether it’s pirates plundering, fiery volcanoes spouting or tropical gardens luring the weary, the Las Vegas Strip offers a variety of fascinating visual experiences. Las Vegas is home to some of the most spectacular shopping in the world. The Forum Shops at Caesars is Las Vegas’ premier luxury retail destination offering top retail, dining, entertainment, location and thematic Roman ambiance. And with two distinct locations together featuring 290 designer and name-brand outlet stores, Las Vegas Premium Outlets® is a must stop for savvy shoppers.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 22
Depart Las Vegas

Return your car at the airport before your departure flight.

Depart Denver – 19:40
Arrive London Heathrow – 12:35 (Next Day)
Journey Time – 8 hours 50 minutes

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Chicago to Las Vegas – 14 Night Itinerary

Hotel Category Tourist Moderate Superior
No. of nights Prices From… £2599 £2999 £3299
2 Chicago Holiday Inn Mart Plaza Grand Sheraton Grand Sheraton club level
1 Des Moines Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Hyatt Place
1 Sioux Falls Holiday Inn City Centre Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Hilton Garden Inn Downtown
1 Rapid City
Adoba Hotel Adoba Hotel Alex Johnson
1 Sheridan
Best Western Sheridan Best Western Sheridan Ranch at Ucross
1 Cody
Holiday Inn Buffalo Bill Village The Cody Hotel
2 Jackson
The Parkway The Parkway The Wort Hotel
1 Vernal
Antlers Inn Antlers Inn Antlers Inn
2 Moab
Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn Sorrel River Ranch
1 Zion / Springdale
Cliffrose Lodge Cliffrose Lodge Cliffrose Lodge
1 Las Vegas
Tropicana Venetian Hotel Venetian Hotel

Chicago to Las Vegas – 21 Night Itinerary

Hotel Category Tourist Moderate Superior
No. of nights Prices From… On Request On Request On Request
2 Chicago Holiday Inn Mart Plaza Grand Sheraton Grand Sheraton club level
1 Des Moines Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Hyatt Place
1 Sioux Falls Holiday Inn City Centre Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Garden Inn Downtown
1 Rapid City Adoba Hotel Adoba Hotel Alex Johnson
1 Sheridan
Best Western Sheridan Best Western Sheridan Ranch at Ucross
1 Billings
Best Western Plus Clock Tower Inn Best Western Plus Clock Tower Inn Crowne Plaza
1 Cody
Holiday Inn Buffalo Bill Village The Cody Hotel
1 Yellowstone North
Yellowstone Mammoth Hotel w/ bath Yellowstone Mammoth Hotel w/ bath Yellowstone Mammoth Frontier Cabin
2 Yellowstone South
Yellowstone Old Faithful Western Cabin Yellowstone Old Faithful Frontier Cabin Yellowstone Old Faithful Snow Lodge Premium
2 Jackson
The Parkway The Parkway The Wort Hotel
1 Vernal
Antlers Inn Antlers Inn Antlers Inn
2 Moab
Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn Sorrel River Ranch
1 Monument Valley Goulding Lodge The View 2nd floor valley view The View prem star view
1 Grand Canyon North Rim
Grand Canyon North Rim motel room Grand Canyon North Rim motel room Grand Canyon North Rim frontier cabin
1 Zion / Springdale
Cliffrose Lodge Cliffrose Lodge Cliffrose Lodge
2 Las Vegas
Tropicana Venetian Hotel Venetian Hotel

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  • Compact car rental based on Alamo ‘Gold Rate’ – 14 / 21 day rental.
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Additional Experiences

Our holidays are completely tailored to suit you. We would be happy to help you choose from a vast array of additional experiences that will enhance your North America holiday adventure.

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  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Rafting
  • Horseback riding
  • Restaurant reservations

There are many more, often quite unique to your chosen destination so please do ask.

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In most circumstances, no visa is required for travel to the USA for any British Citizen passport holder and many other European passport holders, whose countries qualify for the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). This program permits entry for up to 90 days for business or leisure purposes. Everyone must apply to use the VWP via the online Electronic System of Travel Authorization (ESTA).  Advice states this should be done online at least 72 hours prior to departure. On payment of the $14 fee this system usually issues an electronic confirmation within minutes but this is not guaranteed and there are certain criteria travellers must consider before applying via ESTA to use the Visa Waiver Program. Once granted the VWP authorization is valid for 2 years.

It is essential that everyone who plans to travel to the United States reads the information contained on the following page – Visa Waiver Program

Please note : From 21st January 2016 The United States implemented changes to the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) as part of the Terrorist Travel Protection Act of 2015. One of the major changes implemented in January excludes any British National who has travelled to Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, or Yemen since March 01st 2011 from using the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Full details are contained on the above link but those affected will need to apply for a Visitor Visa with the U.S. Embassy before booking their travel arrangements.

You are advised to complete your ESTA prior to confirming any travel arrangements.

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British Nationals and travellers from other European countries can enjoy visa-exempt travel to and via Canada but must first use the online Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) at a cost of CA$7.00 per person. Most online applications are approved with minutes by email but the process can take longer particularly if supporting documentation is requested. An eTA is valid for 5 years and allows you to travel for up to 6 months on any one visit.

You are advised to apply for your eTA prior to confirming any travel arrangements.

For applications and full information on the scheme please only visit – Official Canadian Government eTA Website

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This magnificent 14 or 21 night fly drive will take you from the Land of Lincoln in Chicago to the Land of Silver & Gold of Las Vegas. For a bit of everything, this is a flexible itinerary that can be adapted for your personal needs and preferences!

Day 1
Arrival Chicago

Depart London Heathrow – 11:40
Arrive Chicago – 13:55
Journey Time – 8 hours 30 minutes

Upon arrival into Chicago O’Hare airport transfer independently to your hotel ~ Welcome to the vibrant and bustling city of Chicago clinging to the southern shores of Lake Michigan. Home to skyscrapers (it’s here the word originated), lakefront beaches, restaurants reflecting its regional food specialties, magnificent shopping and unique architecture that epitomizes the spirit of the city.

Overnight – Chicago


Day 2
Chicago

The whole day to explore the best attractions of the city such as beautiful Millennium Park and Grant Park, Lake Michigan, the Art Institute of Chicago, the theatre district, and shopping along the Magnificent Mile. This evening, enjoy Chicago’s many restaurants, stroll along the shore of Lake Michigan or jive to the beat at a jazz or blues club – then get a good night sleep and be ready for tomorrow!

Overnight – Chicago


Day 3
Chicago to Des Moines
340 miles

Collect car rental from a Chicago airport or downtown location (downtown collection subject to availability at time of booking) before heading west this morning crossing the great Mississippi River towards the Great Plains and into the Hawkeye State of Iowa. Your journey takes you past the original state capital of Iowa City and on to your final destination the state capital of Des Moines. The gold leaf dome of the Capitol building is a favourite with sightseers and Des Moines is an important city in presidential politics as it is here that the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle take place.

Overnight – Des Moines


Day 4
Des Moines to Sioux Falls
283 miles

Further to the western border of Iowa and Sioux City located on the shores of the Missouri, the longest river in the USA. This is an area originally inhabited by the Sioux tribe of Native Americans and it was here that the famous explorers Lewis and Clark set up camp in 1804 on their journey along the Missouri. Crossing into the state of South Dakota named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes travel to Sioux Falls the largest city in the state.

Overnight – Sioux Falls


Day 5
Sioux Falls to Rapid City
352 miles

Ever westwards continue through South Dakota, passing the Badlands National Park, to Rapid City at the foothills of the Black Hills mountain range, ancestral home of the Sioux people. Rapid City was founded as the gateway to the Black Hills resulting from the gold rush in 1874 that brought an influx of settlers into the region. Just 30 minutes’ drive from Rapid City is the major tourist attraction of Mount Rushmore with its sculptures of four presidents carved into the granite face.
Overnight – Rapid City


Day 6
Rapid City to Deadwood to Sheridan
255 miles

Into the Black Hills and the historic “Old West” town of Deadwood, a lawless gold mining town of goldpanners, gamblers and prostitutes that saw many murders including that of gunman Wild Bill Hickok. Wyatt Earp lived in the town and the local cemetery is the final resting place of Hickok and equally famous Calamity Jane. Crossing into Wyoming continue to Sundance where Henry Longabaugh, a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch, afterwards known as the Sundance Kid, was released from jail in the late 19th century. Just north of Sundance is Devils Tower, the massive rock monolith featured in the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”. An interesting day ends at the typical western town of Sheridan, Wyoming.
Overnight – Sheridan


Day 7
Sheridan to Cody
147 miles

A few hours’ drive brings you to Cody the town named after Buffalo Bill Cody the famous frontier scout, bison hunter and showman. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, located near the centre of the city contains five museums in one, including the Draper Natural History Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum and the Buffalo Bill Museum. The Cody Night Rodeo is an amateur rodeo that takes place every night from June 1 through August 31.
Overnight – Cody


Day 8
Cody to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks to Jackson
178 miles

Leave this morning for the nearby Eastern Entrance of Yellowstone National Park the first National Park in the U.S known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. Yellowstone covers an area of 3,468.4 square miles comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges and is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles including Grizzly bears, wolves, and free-ranging herds of bison and elk. Your route to Jackson also traverses the Grand Teton National Park passing the magnificent peaks of the Teton Range.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 9
Jackson

Gateway to the nearby national parks and surrounded by the scenic Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges Jackson is an ideal centre to relax and explore the region.

Overnight – Jackson


Day 10
Jackson to Flaming Gorge to Vernal
285 miles

Heading south this morning you cross into the state of Utah with the road taking you through the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. The gorge was so named due to the spectacular red sandstone cliffs overlooking the Green River and at the border of Wyoming and Utah you’ll have an opportunity to marvel at the scenic vista of the Flaming Gorge Dam. Your overnight stay is in Vernal and an interesting side trip 25 minutes away is the Dinosaur National Monument where at the world famous quarry visitors can see over 1,500 fossils embedded in the cliff face.
Overnight – Vernal


Day 11
Vernal to Moab
222 miles

Today’s route takes you south through western Colorado and then re-enters Utah to end in Moab a popular base for visiting nearby Arches & Canyons National Parks.
Overnight – Moab


Day 12
Moab

You have the whole day to explore an area that has been the background for many popular western movies. Arches National Park is only a few miles north of Moab on the Colorado River and is famous for containing over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as a wide variety of wildlife and plants. The spectacular and colourful scenery of nearby Canyons National Park astounds with its canyons, mesas and buttes eroded into the landscape by the Colorado and Green Rivers and their tributaries. Many traces of ancient Native Americans can be found in a district that has been described as “ the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth”
Overnight – Moab


Day 13
Moab to Zion National Park
345 miles

Today you drive via Cedar City to Zion National Park in Southern Utah near the border of Arizona.
Overnight – Springdale


Day 14
Zion National Park to Las Vegas
160 miles

Time today to explore the park before leaving for Las Vegas a few hours’ drive away in the state of Nevada. The major feature of the park are the steep red cliffs of the 15 mile long and up to half mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Your final night is in America’s entertainment capital, Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 15
Depart Las Vegas

Return your car at the airport before your departure flight.

Depart Las Vegas – 21:30
Arrive London Heathrow – 15:30 (Next Day)
Journey Time – 10 hours

Day 1
Arrival Chicago

Depart London Heathrow – 11:40
Arrive Chicago – 13:55
Journey Time – 8 hours 30 minutes

Upon arrival into Chicago O’Hare airport transfer independently to your hotel ~ Welcome to the vibrant and bustling city of Chicago clinging to the southern shores of Lake Michigan. Home to skyscrapers (it’s here the word originated), lakefront beaches, restaurants reflecting its regional food specialties, magnificent shopping and unique architecture that epitomizes the spirit of the city.

Overnight – Chicago


Day 2
Chicago

The whole day to explore the best attractions of the city such as beautiful Millennium Park and Grant Park, Lake Michigan, the Art Institute of Chicago, the theatre district, and shopping along the Magnificent Mile. This evening, enjoy Chicago’s many restaurants, stroll along the shore of Lake Michigan or jive to the beat at a jazz or blues club – then get a good night sleep and be ready for tomorrow!
Overnight – Chicago


Day 3
Chicago to Des Moines
340 miles

Collect car rental from a Chicago airport or downtown location (downtown collection subject to availability at time of booking) before heading west this morning crossing the great Mississippi River towards the Great Plains and into the Hawkeye State of Iowa. Your journey takes you past the original state capital of Iowa City and on to your final destination the state capital of Des Moines. The gold leaf dome of the Capitol building is a favourite with sightseers and Des Moines is an important city in presidential politics as it is here that the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle take place.
Overnight – Des Moines


Day 4
Des Moines to Sioux Falls
283 miles

Further to the western border of Iowa and Sioux City located on the shores of the Missouri, the longest river in the USA. This is an area originally inhabited by the Sioux tribe of Native Americans and it was here that the famous explorers Lewis and Clark set up camp in 1804 on their journey along the Missouri. Crossing into the state of South Dakota named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes travel to Sioux Falls the largest city in the state.

Overnight – Sioux Falls


Day 5
Sioux Falls to Rapid City
352 miles

Ever westwards continue through South Dakota, passing the Badlands National Park, to Rapid City at the foothills of the Black Hills mountain range, ancestral home of the Sioux people. Rapid City was founded as the gateway to the Black Hills resulting from the gold rush in 1874 that brought an influx of settlers into the region. Just 30 minutes’ drive from Rapid City is the major tourist attraction of Mount Rushmore with its sculptures of four presidents carved into the granite face.
Overnight – Rapid City


Day 6
Rapid City to Deadwood to Sheridan
255 miles

Into the Black Hills and the historic “Old West” town of Deadwood, a lawless gold mining town of goldpanners, gamblers and prostitutes that saw many murders including that of gunman Wild Bill Hickok. Wyatt Earp lived in the town and the local cemetery is the final resting place of Hickok and equally famous Calamity Jane. Crossing into Wyoming continue to Sundance where Henry Longabaugh, a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch, afterwards known as the Sundance Kid, was released from jail in the late 19th century. Just north of Sundance is Devils Tower, the massive rock monolith featured in the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”. An interesting day ends at the typical western town of Sheridan, Wyoming.
Overnight – Sheridan


Day 7
Sheridan to Little Bighorn Battlefield to Billings
130 miles

North this morning across the border into Montana for a trip through time, a highlight visit to the historic Little Bighorn Battlefield, site of “Custer’s Last Stand” the subject of many western movies. The area memorializes the U.S. Army’s 7th Cavalry and the Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe in one of the Indian’s last armed efforts to preserve their way of life. Here in June 1876, Lt. Col. George Custer and 263 soldiers died fighting several thousand Lakota, and Cheyenne warriors. During your visit view the 25-minute orientation video and relive the drama of this historic event as you view the Last Stand/Indian Memorial erected on Last Stand Hill, over the mass grave of the Seventh Cavalry soldiers, U.S. Indian Scouts, and other personnel killed in battle. During your visit you will encounter a number of small signs posted throughout the historic site. Experience the narrative story of the Battle of the Little Bighorn through the convenience of your own cell phone. The cell phone stops consist of multiple stops along the tour road. You can listen to a narrative of soldier movements and warrior accounts. Additional cell phone stops are located in the National Cemetery and Last Stand Hill. Use your cell phone and enter the number found on the posted signs to learn what is significant at that location. These historic glimpses will help you enter more fully into the story of the battle. End an interesting day it’s just over a one-hour drive to Billings in the Yellowstone Valley.
Overnight – Billings


Day 8
Billings to Cody
107 miles

Just under two hours’ drive brings you back into Wyoming and Cody the town named after Buffalo Bill Cody the famous frontier scout, bison hunter and showman. The Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, located near the centre of the city contains five museums in one, including the Draper Natural History Museum, the Plains Indian Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum and the Buffalo Bill Museum. The Cody Night Rodeo is an amateur rodeo that takes place every night from June 1 through August 31.
Overnight – Cody


Day 9
Cody to Yellowstone North
119 miles

Westwards this morning headed for Eastern Entrance of Yellowstone National Park the first National Park in the U.S, known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features. Your route takes you along the northern shore of Yellowstone Lake that at 7,732 feet is the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in the USA. Yellowstone covers an area of 3,468.4 square miles comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges and is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles including Grizzly bears, wolves, and free-ranging herds of bison and elk. During your stay in Yellowstone North we recommend calling in at the nearby Albright Visitor Centre inside historic Fort Yellowstone for information and suggestions. The major feature of this area are the Mammoth Hot Springs, a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine terraces. Walk on boardwalks above the steaming thermal features and take the two-mile Upper Terrace Drive on the Grand Loop Road, a scenic one-way drive that winds among hot springs and travertine formations.

Overnight – Yellowstone North


Day 10
Yellowstone North to Yellowstone South
53 miles

Leave this morning heading south through the park on the continuance of the Grand Loop Road, a scenic drive of outstanding beauty. Take your time to absorb the scenery and keep your eyes open for wildlife such as bear, bison, coyotes and eagles. Every segment of the Grand Loop Road has different views, and they’re all stunning!
Overnight – Yellowstone South


Day 11
Yellowstone South

The whole day to explore the wonders of the area including the astonishing Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. When Old Faithful erupts its height can vary between 106 and 184 feet and basic prediction of when this will happen is dependent upon the duration of the previous eruption. During visitor centre hours, the naturalist staff maintains geyser statistics and predictions. Other attractions in the area include the Kepler Cascades a waterfall on the Firehole River that drop approximately 150 feet over multiple drops and the Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest hot spring in the United States, with its striking rainbow colours.
Overnight – Yellowstone South


Day 12
Yellowstone South to Jackson
98 miles

Your route to Jackson traverses the Grand Teton National Park passing the magnificent peaks of the Teton Range. Grand Teton National Park is an almost pristine ecosystem and the same species of flora and fauna that have existed since prehistoric times can still be found there. Your destination of Jackson, WY is surrounded by the scenic Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges and is an ideal centre to relax and explore the region.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 13
Jackson

Spend the day touring the Grand Teton National Park or enjoy activities such as wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, fishing, white-water rafting, shopping and dining. Perhaps an interesting visit to the nearby National Elk Refuge, created in 1912 to protect the habitat and provide sanctuary for one of the largest elk herd on earth. The refuge is nearly 25,00 acres of meadows and marshes where bighorn sheep and mule deer can also be seen.
Overnight – Jackson


Day 14
Jackson to Flaming Gorge to Vernal
286 miles

Heading south this morning you cross into the state of Utah with the road taking you through the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. The gorge was so named due to the spectacular red sandstone cliffs overlooking the Green River and at the border of Wyoming and Utah you’ll have an opportunity to marvel at the scenic vista of the Flaming Gorge Dam. Your overnight stay is in Vernal and an interesting side trip 25 minutes away is the Dinosaur National Monument where at the world famous quarry visitors can see over 1,500 fossils embedded in the cliff face.
Overnight – Vernal


Day 15
Vernal to Moab
222 miles

Today’s route takes you south through western Colorado and then re-enters Utah to end in Moab a popular base for visiting nearby Arches & Canyons National Parks.

Overnight – Moab


Day 16
Moab

You have the whole day to explore an area that has been the background for many popular western movies. Arches National Park is only a few miles north of Moab on the Colorado River and is famous for containing over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as a wide variety of wildlife and plants. The spectacular and colourful scenery of nearby Canyons National Park astounds with its canyons, mesas and buttes eroded into the landscape by the Colorado and Green Rivers and their tributaries. Many traces of ancient Native Americans can be found in a district that has been described as “ the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth”.
Overnight – Moab


Day 17
Moab to Monument Valley
157 miles

Travel to the Utah-Arizona state line and Monument Valley the setting for many of John Ford’s best-known western films. A cluster of vast, vivid, red coloured, sandstone buttes easily recognizable to western moviegoers, characterizes the valley, known to the Navajo Nation as “the Valley of the Rocks”.
Overnight – Monument Valley


Day 18
Monument Valley to Grand Canyon
255 miles

Over the border into Arizona and through the Kaibab National Forest into the Grand Canyon National Park, considered as one of the seven natural wonders of world. Visited by five million or more each year. Six thousand feet deep at its deepest point and up to 18 miles across at its widest, the canyon is immense and colourful with steep canyon walls and jutting mesas. Carved by the Colorado River over a period of six million years, it is one of the finest examples of arid-land erosion in the world, averaging 4,000 feet deep for its entire 277 miles. It is also one of the most biologically diverse with several major ecosystems that range from coyote willows at the river’s edge to hanging gardens along the canyon walls to ponderosa pines along the canyon rims. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon, sometimes referred to as the “other” Grand Canyon, is less populated with visitors and uniquely different from the South Rim. With an average elevation of 8,000 feet, the North Rim offers views of the canyon from a higher vantage, in an environment and sub-alpine climate of blue spruce, Douglas Fir, mountain ash, colourful lupines and grassland meadows. Set out on foot along a self-guided nature trail to reach Bright Angel Point, just a short walk on an easy, self-guided nature trail leading you to a spectacular view of the canyon. Here you can see and hear the Roaring Springs more than 3,000 feet below the Rim. Other viewpoints on the North Rim provide memorable opportunities to look across the expanse of the canyon.
Overnight – Grand Canyon


Day 19
Grand Canyon to Zion National Park
123 miles

A morning to continue your Grand Canyon experience before leaving the park via the North Entrance to drive back into Utah and on to Zion National Park. The major feature of the Zion are the steep red cliffs of the 15-mile long and up to half-mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Overnight – Springdale


Day 20
Zion National Park to Las Vegas
160 miles

Time today to explore the park before leaving for Las Vegas a few hours’ drive away in the state of Nevada. The major feature of the park are the steep red cliffs of the 15 mile long and up to half mile deep Zion Canyon carved through the landscape by the Virgin River. The Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through the main section leading to many scenic trails including the Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 21
Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip, now an All American Road and National Scenic Byway, is a sparkling fantasyland at the heart of the city. Its unique blend of exciting entertainment, scenic beauty, and lavishly landscaped resorts take you to a wide variety of exotic realms from a medieval castle to a Parisian sidewalk cafe, a lakeside Italian village, or a pyramid in ancient Egypt. Once you arrive on the Strip, however, you might be surprised to find that it’s also an enjoyable walking environment. Whether it’s pirates plundering, fiery volcanoes spouting or tropical gardens luring the weary, the Las Vegas Strip offers a variety of fascinating visual experiences. Las Vegas is home to some of the most spectacular shopping in the world. The Forum Shops at Caesars is Las Vegas’ premier luxury retail destination offering top retail, dining, entertainment, location and thematic Roman ambiance. And with two distinct locations together featuring 290 designer and name-brand outlet stores, Las Vegas Premium Outlets® is a must stop for savvy shoppers.
Overnight – Las Vegas


Day 22
Depart Las Vegas

Return your car at the airport before your departure flight.

Depart Denver – 19:40
Arrive London Heathrow – 12:35 (Next Day)
Journey Time – 8 hours 50 minutes

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  • Compact car rental based on Alamo ‘Gold Rate’ – 14 / 21 day rental.
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Our holidays are completely tailored to suit you. We would be happy to help you choose from a vast array of additional experiences that will enhance your North America holiday adventure.

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Please note : From 21st January 2016 The United States implemented changes to the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) as part of the Terrorist Travel Protection Act of 2015. One of the major changes implemented in January excludes any British National who has travelled to Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, or Yemen since March 01st 2011 from using the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Full details are contained on the above link but those affected will need to apply for a Visitor Visa with the U.S. Embassy before booking their travel arrangements.

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By way of observation, we thought the itinerary was excellent, covering a lot of ground and different aspects of the area’s geology but in a relatively unhurried way, leaving plenty of time to relax over a meal or by the pool. We also found the printed (and PDF) Travel Information booklet very useful.

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Thank you so much for the holiday to Utah and Arizona you arranged for us, I can honestly say it was our best holiday yet. Because this year was so good we already planning the next, hoping to fly to Salt Lake City and travelling back to Moab and maybe spend a week at Red Cliffs.

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The rodeo in Cheyenne was great – we would recommend that to other travellers. Bryce Canyon was the most spectacular in our opinion – better even than the Grand Canyon. All in all, you had planned a great itinerary and we would not hesitate to recommend your services to others.

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