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8-day Yellowstone + Grand Teton National Park

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Highlights of the exclusive itinerary

⭐ In addition to enjoying Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, you will also experience the unique culture and authentic beauty of the four northern states (Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming) in 8 days.

  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Coeur d'Alene Lake, a floating walkway in Lake Codilyn
  • Bozeman

Day 1Vancouver → North Bend → Moses Lake → Spokane

Depart south into Washington State, USA, and rest at ‘North Bend’ at noon. Surrounded by majestic mountains, it is a picturesque town. We will stop for lunch at the outlet center, where there are more than 50 world-famous brand stores. It then passes through the ‘Moses Lake’, an artificial reservoir created on the Columbia River. There is a diverse terrain around the lake, including sand dunes and areas teeming with wildlife. Arrive in Spokane and visit the local riverfront park, which was the main venue for Expo ’74 in 1974. Located in the heart of the city, the park provides a beautiful recreational space for visitors and locals alike. Accommodation: Spokee Comfort or similar.

Day 2Silver dollar bar → Elk Center → Bozeman

We’ll visit a 70-year-old 50,000 silver dollar gift shop with a western twist on cowboys, and the bar is known for its unique décor. The interior walls, ceiling and counters of the bar are inlaid with 50,000 real silver dollars, which come from various periods and regions, creating a unique visual effect. Afterwards, stop at the Rocky Mountain Elk Visitor Center. It’s like a small museum with a variety of lifelike taxidermy animals that are common to the Rockies, including brown bears and greathorned deer. Before entering Yellowstone, let’s learn more about the ecology and conservation of the surrounding nature. Arrive at the Bozeman at dusk and stay at Comfort or similar.

Day 3Yellowstone National Park (Upper)

In the morning, you will enter Yellowstone, the world’s first national park established in 1872, through the ‘North Arch’. Explore the main attractions of the upper part of the park today. Start by heading to the breathtaking Mammoth Hot Springs. This area is known for its exceptional geothermal activity and unique topography, especially the thermal steps. These steps are formed by the deposition of calcium carbonate on the surface, and each year takes on a very different landscape due to the precipitated minerals. Geothermal activity continues to change the landscape, presenting visitors with an ever-changing landscape. In the afternoon, arrive in the Norris Basin, the hottest area in Yellowstone, and the geothermal activity under it is very active, which is shocking. Famous for its rich geothermal landscape, the fountains’ eruptions are irregular in height and timing, and each eruption surprises and shocks visitors. 2 nights’ accommodation in a comfortable hotel in West Yellowstone.

Day 4Yellowstone National Park (Lower)

Today, we will visit many of the main attractions in the lower area of the park, including the “Old Faithful Fountain Area”, which is the most famous place in the park, where you can see the natural geyser gushing out a huge column of boiling water more than 100 feet high, and you will have plenty of time to visit the many geysers in the Old Faithful area. The Illumination Hot Spring, the third largest hot spring in the world, is surrounded by a ribbon-like glow that is very attractive. See Yellowstone Lake, the highest volcanic lake in the United States, located in the southeast of the park, covering an area of 350 square kilometers. 【Yellowstone Canyon】- This is one of the most magnificent landscapes in the park. At a depth of 450 meters, the volcanic rhyolites that line the canyon reflect the orange hue. It is lined with the majestic lower waterfall to create a breathtaking view. See Yellowstone Canyon – one of the most magnificent landscapes in the park. At a depth of 450 meters, the volcanic rhyolites that line the canyon reflect the orange hue. It is lined with the majestic lower waterfall to create a breathtaking view. Tower Hill Waterfall – This majestic waterfall cascades down from a height of 132 meters and forms a majestic picture with the cliffs of the Grand Canyon as a backdrop.

Day 5Grand Teton National Park→ Jackson Historic → Idaho Falls

This day you will enter Grand Teton National Park, where most of the area is located within the Rocky Mountains, where vast and calm lakes and thousand-year-old glacier-covered peaks combine to create a spectacular landscape. The most striking and majestic Grand Teton is 4,197 meters high, exuding a formidable momentum. This peak is also the trademark of the famous film company Paramount. The towering peaks are covered with ever-year-round glaciers, depicting the outline of the Grand Teton Mountains, and the Snake River at the foot of the mountain is like a jade belt.

Later, we will arrive at the famous Wyoming town of Jackson, which was a gathering place for hunters in the early 19th century, and retains a strong western cowboy style. It’s a world-famous resort and a gathering place for the richest and most prominent Hollywood celebrities. The four gates of the Antler Park in the city centre, all made of 1,000 wild antlers, are a unique symbol of the town. Of course, we will also take a photo in front of the [Antler Arch]! Stay at a Holiday Inn or similar in Idaho Falls.

Day 6Yellowstone Bear World (Exclusive Itinerary) → Dillon → Missoula

We will lead the group on a tour of Yellowstone Bear World, which is an exciting wildlife experience. As we drive into the park and through the expansive wildlife area, we are surrounded by a variety of wildlife, including Rocky Mountain elk, buffalo, white-tailed deer, mountain goats, American black bears, grizzly bears and wolves. In the afternoon, lunch will be served in the small town of Dillon, nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the region’s economy was mainly based on animal husbandry, especially sheep farming. As a result, it was once one of Montana’s largest wool exporters. Overnight accommodation in Wyndham, the third largest city in Montana, or similar.

Day 7Wallace Railway Museum → Coeur d'Alene Lake → Moses Lake

In the morning, head to Wallace, Idaho, Idaho, the “Silver Capital”, and visit the Railway Museum. Due to the discovery of rich silver deposits here in the 1880s, which became the backbone of the local economy, Wallace was a train hub in the early 20th century. Afterwards, visit the famous resort area of Lake Codiline, where in addition to its scenic views, you can walk on one of the longest floating boardwalks in the world. The 3,300-foot (1,006-meter) walkway floats over the beautiful Lake Gaudien, providing visitors with a unique experience of walking on the lake. While admiring the crystal clear lake and surrounding mountains, you can enjoy lunch at the lakeside restaurant at your own expense. In the afternoon, return to Washington State and check into the Best Western Plus or similar in Moses Lake. You can enjoy the sunset and dinner in the beautiful surroundings of the lake.

Day 8 Leavenworth → Duty Free shop → Vancouver

Head to the town of Leavenworth, known as ‘Little West’. Many visitors have come here in winter to enjoy the Christmas lights, but in summer it feels completely different. The town is surrounded by magnificent Georgian mountains. Boasting German-style architecture, it is an unforgettable place where culture and nature meet. The town’s shops offer an enriching shopping experience. Specialty shops include locally made handicrafts and unique gifts imported from Germany. When it comes to local cuisine, the German restaurants and beers are not to be missed. Of course, there is also a chance to try a hearty German sausage and the famous local delicacy – German groping pork knuckle. On the return trip, you will purchase special duty-free alcohol, tobacco and cosmetics at duty-free shops, and the tour group will return to Vancouver in the evening, ending the 8-day wonderful itinerary of Yellowstone + Te Don National Park in the United States.

Departure time and place

  • Vancouver International AirportTime: T.B.A.
Pricing (per person)
Double room
CAD $2988 / person
3rd and 4th in the same room
CAD $1888 / person
Single Room Supplement
+ CAD $1250

Price Includes

  • Cantonese speaking tour leader
  • Accompanying eHome Travel professional tour leader
  • Air-conditioned tour bus
  • Entrance fees to the National Park
  • Sightseeing programs and tickets as specified in the itinerary
  • 7 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast

Price Excludes

  • travel insurance (including any Covid-19 related travel insurance)
  • Personal expenses, personal insurance costs, meals (except breakfast)
  • Driver and tour escort service charge is US$15 per person per day
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Payment Method

  • Sign up and pay CAD $300 deposit within 3 days
  • All balance must be paid 75 days prior to the date of departure
  • Cash, check, or e-transfer payment welcome
  • VISA and MasterCard payments + 3.3% processing fee

Booking instructions

  • Please provide the same name as the travel document when booking
  • If you want to change in the future, you need to pay a handling fee of $50 and other related fees

Cancellation of reservation (deducted per person)

  • 75 days or before departure – CAD $500
  • 74 - 60 days before departure - 40% of total
  • 59 - 45 days before departure - 75% of total
  • Cancellation within 44 days of departure - 100% of total
  • * eHome Travel strongly recommends that you purchase appropriate travel insurance

Liability Issue

The company uses various sightseeing vehicles and hotels, such as airplanes, hotels and tourist buses, etc. For the safety of guests’ personal lives and luggage, each organization has formulated various regulations to be responsible to guests. In case of lost luggage, etc., it should be handled according to the safety regulations established by different agencies and companies, and the company has nothing to do with it. In case of special circumstances, such as coup d’etat, strikes or riots, bad weather or machine failure affecting traffic, sudden overbooking of planes or local hotels, traffic congestion, cancellation of planes or changes in time, etc., it is necessary to change the itinerary or Cancellation of any sightseeing programs and meals, the company may make arrangements according to the prevailing circumstances. In this case, group members may suffer losses that cannot be refunded, and additional fees will be charged, and everything will be handled according to the company’s arrangements. eHome Trael strongly recommends that you purchase appropriate travel insurance (including trip cancellation, delay and medical insurance).

The company reserves the right to change or cancel part or all of the itinerary at any time. If the trip is canceled due to insufficient number of people before departure, part of the eHome Travel Group fee will be fully refunded to the guest (excluding visa fees). The company is not responsible for canceling any itinerary or departure date. If the outbound group cannot cross the border smoothly due to problems with your documents, our company has nothing to do with it and the fees will not be refunded. All arrangements and itinerary content are subject to the final announcement of eHome Travel Group Inc..