Day 1 Arrival At Vancouver
Upon arrival at Vancouver, take free shuttle bus to hotel and self check-in at the hotel in Richmond.
Day 2 Vancouver - Seattle - Portland (Tour starts from Vancouver on Aug 20)
Travel to one of the main alleys of the American West Pacific coast - Seattle. Seattle is located in the state of Washington and is famous for its beautiful harbor, many commercial buildings, museums, etc. Special arrangement : a duck sightseeing tour (Fee applied) to explore the history and culture of Seattle - accommodation in Portland, Oregon.
Day 3 Portland - Tax-free Outlet Centre - Sacramento
Oregon, Just south of Washington, is the 10th largest US state. Oregon mainly produces wood and lumber products. Arrive at the largest city - Portland. Portland was built in 1845, and is widely recognized as one of the most environmentally conscious cities in the world because of its high workability, large community of cyclists and its soothing climate known for warm and dry summers as well as chilly and rainy winters. This climate is ideal for growing roses, hence Portland is known as the "City of Roses" for over a century. Following, proceed to Sacramento. the capital city of California. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point. Late evening, accommodation in Sacramento.
Day 4 Sacramento - San Francisco - Los Angeles
Depart from hotel and proceed to San Francisco. San Francisco is located in the west coast of the United States and one of the three major commercial ports in the Pacific coast. San Francisco is known for its beautiful scenery, mild climate, and desirable city tourism. Drive along the Oakland bridge into San Francisco, visit the landmark - Fisherman’s Wharf. If time permits, chance to take the cruise and explore the San Francisco Bay (Fee applied), sailing between San Francisco Bay and the Gulf, followed by the Golden Gate Bridge. After lunch, travel to the second largest city in USA - Los Angeles. Los Angeles has undergone vigorous growth in the last hundred years. Together with its geographical changes, it has become the world's top location for film making. Late evening, accommodate in North Los Angeles Hotel.
Day 5 Los Angeles - Las Vegas
First destination of the day - The Chinese Theater which utilizes unprecedented lighting and sea tactics, generating a sensation throughout the Hollywood Chinese Theater featuring the largest collection of well-known movie star fingerprints, footprints and signatures. Pass by Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard and Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive. Afterwards, head to Las Vegas where you’ll get to see the memorable and iconic hotels and casinos that give the city its reputation for entertainment. The old Vegas - Fremont Street is known for its famous LED light show. Special arrangements for two nights stay at Las Vegas luxury hotels.
Day 6 Las Vegas
Free day to explore the city of Las Vegas, tour members can try the monorail to explore the city on your own while enjoying the best buffets/brunch restaurants. Shopping in Vegas is one of the best experiences because of it’s variety of malls, fashion designer stores and outlets. Enjoy the famous shows on the strip and grab a drink at the special bars.
Day 7 Las Vegas - Grand Canyon - Flagstaff
Continue to the south and pass by the Hoover Dam, completed in 1936. Sitting high on the Colorado River, it’s reinforced concrete dam reaches 726 feet high and 116 miles long. The Colorado River stops, forming one of the largest artificial lakes in the world called Lake Mead. Visit the former Grand Canyon National Park (Fee applied) located at the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Visit the Grand Canyon area, experience spectacular canyon views, unique valley landscape and rich flora and fauna. Due to forces of nature, rugged rocks, red rocks, and rolling colorful rocks can be seen during the visit. After visiting the Grand Canyon tour, accommodate in Flagstaff.
Day 8 Flagstaff - Meteor Crater - New Mexico
After breakfast, enjoy the beautiful view of the tour on its way to the east side. In addition to differences in topography and climate, we will experience considerably cultural differences on the trip. Especially in the south, the Spanish culture has always played a great influence with signs and trademarks of Spain, After Flagstaff, head to northern Arizona Meteor Crater (Meteor Crater) for the world's best-preserved crater (Fee applied). According to studies, it’s estimated that about 50,000 years ago, the meteor crater created the formation of vast craters. Especially when viewing the ancient and mysterious craters through the observatory, people have the illusion of being in a different world because of its size and jaw-dropping scenery. New Mexico Albuquerque, established in 1706, is one of New Mexico's largest city that’s sunny year round and has the nation's longest aerial tramway (Fee applied). Sandia Tramway stretches from the northeast edge of the city to the Crestline of Sandia Mountain. The view from the tram includes all of Albuquerque and roughly 28,000 square kilometers of the New Mexico countryside. Accommodation in the city.
Day 9 New Mexico - Oklahoma State
March through the colour art automotive field monuments built from 1974, where the United States invested thousands of dollars for people to appreciate art and architecture from the creation of multiple artists. Texas created public art installations compiled together by members running an Ant Farm, showing a row of open ground out of illusion. In the PM, visit the 1995 (Oklahoma City Hippopotamus) Federal Building crash site. It was a solemn moment that’s engrained into the local’s memories. Night stay at local hotels.
Day 10 Oklahoma State - Kansas
Leave in the morning towards Oklahoma State, and proceed to Kansas City. Kansas City is known as the city of Mario. A very interesting ride city to Kansas and Missouri, the central city is the largest city and has world-class city potential. The group can visit the World War I museum, the Five generals scenery feats (Fee applied), and the nation's most famous freedom monument 217 feet high with an architectural style of ancient Egypt in 1926. In the evening, take a historic tour with occurrences from 1922 to date. Enjoy the oldest (big Country club Plaza) Country club Plaza shopping and enjoy European cuisine. The city's central square set of upscale shopping, restaurants, Spanish featuring architectural style building designed by the Spanish Seville makes this city the world's most unique public entertainment.
Day 11 Kansas - St. Louis - Indianapolis
Morning arrival in St. St. Louis King of France, Louis IX, named this Missouri's largest city and is the transportation hub of the Midwest. St. Louis hosted the 1904 summer Olympics using the most outstanding building is Gateway Arch parabolic made of 192 m stainless steel. It also symbolizes the development of western America. The 630-foot high building is also the tallest building in Missouri. Missouri is very rich in natural beauty with the southern mountain covered with dense forest and there are many natural caves, northern plains and grasslands, as well as the hundreds of thousands of explorers. Check in to Indiana Indianapolis hotel at the largest city.
Day 12 Indianapolis - Detroit - Toronto
To end off this wonderful journey, continue along the US Interstate through Ohio, Michigan. Shop at duty free stores in Detroit and return to Toronto in the late evening.