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READER OFFERS


WEST THE WILD


Set off on an epic road trip around the USA with Flight Centre, the offi cial provider of reader off ers for National Geographic Traveller


One of the best ways to bring the mythical Wild West to life is with a road trip. Start in Cheyenne, Wyoming, learning about the region at the Capitol Building and State Museum, before crossing the border into South Dakota and heading to Wind Cave National Park. The park is home to wildlife such as bison, elk and prairie dogs as well as the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Then it’s on to Deadwood, home of


Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok. Attractions run the gamut from old-timey gaming halls and saloons to outdoor activities such as rock climbing and hiking. En route to the city of Cody, make a pit stop


at the mighty Medicine Wheel, a National Historic Monument just off US Alt-14. Watch the walls of the immense Shoshone


Canyon rise up on either side of you at the eastern entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Park your motorhome at the Grant Village Campground and spend time


exploring the waterfalls, geothermal pools and geysers — including iconic Old Faithful. Grand Teton National Park is just next


door, off ering spectacular scenery and glimpses of wildlife such as elk, moose, bison bears and bighorn sheep. The frontier town of Lander is the


jumping-off point for the Wind River Indian Reservation, home of the Shoshone and Arapaho tribes. Participate in a pow wow, check out the museums and visit the grave sites of Sacagawea and Chief Washakie. Finish up in Fort Collins, a city with a


historic Old Town, 50 parks and more than 280 miles of hiking and biking trails. Flight Centre’s Cruise America — Cowboy


Country itinerary will enable travellers to experience all of the wonders of a self- drive US holiday through the famous Wild West. Their expert travel consultants will accommodate any needs to tailor-make the perfect US road trip.


CRUISE AMERICA


Discover some of the USA’s top national parks on this self-drive Journey with Flight Centre


DAYS 1-3 Cheyenne: Visit the Capitol Building, State Museum and Wind Cave National Park.


DAY 4 Mount Rushmore: Don’t miss this iconic attraction.


DAY 5 Deadwood: Immerse yourself in the Wild West.


DAYS 6-7 Cody: See the mysterious Medicine Wheel.


DAYS 8-9 Yellowstone National Park: Discover geothermal pools, geysers and wildlife.


DAY 10 Grand Teton National Park:Mix stunning scenery with hiking, biking and boating.


DAY 11 Lander: Discover the home of the Shoshone and Arapahoe tribes.


DAY 12 Laramie: Explore the historic Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary.


DAY 13 Fort Collins: Discover the historic Old Town.


WHAT’S INCLUDED ■ Indirect international fl ights


■ 12 nights’ motorhome rental


■ 1 night in a 4* hotel ■ Mileage pack & vehicle provisioning


13 NIGHTS FROM £1,279PP Excellent Based on over 29,000 reviews on For more information,


visit fl ightcentre.co.uk or call 0808 239 0700


Prices are correct as of 26 February 2020 and are subject to change. Prices may be higher or unavailable for certain travel dates. All prices are per person. Holidays and accommodation are based on two adults sharing. Airfares are Economy Class on selected airlines from London, unless otherwise stated. For full booking conditions, visit fl ightcentre.co.uk. Flight-inclusive holidays are fi nancially protected by the ATOL scheme.


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