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American Cruise Lines introduces national parks packages

Article-American Cruise Lines introduces national parks packages

The national parks packages may be added to American's Columbia and Snake rivers cruise itinerary
American Cruise Lines introduced land packages to Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.

The three- and seven-night post-cruise packages pair with American's Columbia and Snake rivers itinerary and are commissionable for travel advisors. They include a private guide throughout the journey, as well as specialized local guides and park rangers for daily experiences.

Seven-night program

The seven-night package begins in Clarkston, Washington, highlighted by a jet boat adventure through Hells Canyon and lunch at a private ranch within the canyon. The adventure continues with an overnight visit to the lakefront town of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, followed by two days of personalized exploration in Glacier National Park.

Two days at Yellowstone National Park, including a visit to Old Faithful, follow. Then comes Grand Teton National Park. The package also features a two-night stay at Jackson, Wyoming, situated at the base of the Tetons, showcasing rodeos, shopping, Western art galleries and dramatic alpine scenery.

Three-night package

The three-night package includes the Hells Canyon jet boat adventure in Clarkston, an overnight in Coeur d’Alene and a guided exploration of Glacier National Park.

Both programs include meals, concierge luggage service and private transportation to nearby airports.


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