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Packages with Bozeman

Bozeman

Home for millennia to Native American tribes such as the Shoshone, Nez Perce, Blackfeet, Crow, and Sioux, and settled in the 1800s as a farming community, the area that became Bozeman, Montana, is today a hip little town with a quasi-bohemian atmosphere. Just 93 miles north of Yellowstone, here you'll find Montana State University, as well as a vibrant downtown filled with shops and restaurants. While here, learn about the geology, wildlife, people, and history of the Rocky Mountains at the Museum of the Rockies. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the Norris Hot Springs. Or maybe head outdoors for a little biking, skiing, fishing, golfing, hiking, or white-water rafting in Gallatin National Forest.

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Cody

"Buffalo Bill" Cody definitely knew where to build a town. Founded in 1887, Cody, Wyoming's Western charm delights visitors thronging through the eastern gateway to magnificent Yellowstone National Park. The world-class Buffalo Bill Historical Center, summertime Cody Nite Rodeo, Buffalo Bill Dam, Old Trail Town (a collection of historic pioneer buildings and artifacts), Buffalo Bill State Park, and wild mustang tours are all worth checking out, while fun activities include trolley tours through town, rafting and kayaking, mountain biking, fly fishing, hiking, and trail rides.

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Eureka

Located on Humboldt Bay near preserves of thousand-year-old giant Redwoods, Eureka was a major player in the historic West Coast lumber trade. It is home to a significant collection of Victorian homes, including the beautiful Carson Mansion; bay cruises on a 1910 motor launch; and a 1920s movie theater that still shows silent films with live musical accompaniment. Other attractions include nearby Redwood National Park, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, and Arcata Marsh & Bird Sanctuary. Notable activities: hiking and wildlife viewing; sport and deep-sea fishing; and whitewater rafting on the Trinity, Klamath, and Eel Rivers. Eureka also lands more rockfish, Dungeness crab, salmon, shrimp, and oysters than any other region in California, so fresh seafood is plentiful!

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Jackson

Gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, glamorous Jackson, Wyoming, is a delightful combination of eclectic Old West ambiance and beautiful alpine scenery. Throughout the years it has been a favorite getaway for celebrities, politicians, and royalty from around the world. Interesting highlights are: the Town Square with unique elk antler arches at each of its four corners; the National Museum of Wildlife Art; and the National Elk Refuge, which protects land for more than 5,000 elk that migrate here each winter. Popular activities include skiing, hiking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, chuck wagon cookouts, shopping, wildlife viewing, and an appealing night scene.

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Las Vegas

Situated in the Mojave Desert and surrounded by rugged mountains, Las Vegas, Nevada, has transformed over the last century from a sleepy little frontier town to its current iteration as an ultra-neon "Sin City." One of the most popular destinations in the world, glitzy Vegas boasts an unbelievable collection of glamorous, over-the-top mega-casino resorts on the famous "Strip," as well as top-notch entertainment and excellent shopping and dining. Popular things to experience: the whimsical Bellagio fountain display, whitewater rafting in the Black Canyon, a visit of the Hoover Dam, flightseeing over the Grand Canyon, a Cirque du Soleil performance—and where else could you take in the panoramic views from atop the "Eiffel Tower" or get married by Elvis at the Graceland Wedding Chapel?

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Los Angeles

The second-largest city in the United States, southern California's fascinating "City of Angels" is blessed with a pleasant Mediterranean climate, desirable location on the Pacific Coast, and far too many highlights to name. Among the most popular attractions are the giant Hollywood sign, one of California's most recognized landmarks; Disneyland and Universal Studios; the famous shopping district along Rodeo Drive; historic Olvera Street; Grauman's Chinese Theater, home to the cement footprints, handprints, and "otherprints" of many of history's most famous movie stars; and the Walk of Fame along Hollywood Boulevard & Vine Street with its sidewalks embedded with stars to commemorate famous movie, radio, theater, and TV celebrities.

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Moab

Nestled in Utah's Canyon Country on the Colorado River, Moab is a brilliant collection of stunning red rock national and state parks, including Arches National Park, the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches; Canyonlands National Park with thousands of square miles of colorful canyons, mesas, and buttes; and Dead Horse Point State Park, one of the most photographed vistas in the world. It is the perfect base camp for a wide range of outdoor adventure and for exploring dinosaur fossil beds and areas with ancient petroglyphs.

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Monterey

Situated on Monterey Bay along the Pacific coastline, Monterey is one of the most historic areas in California. It's home to Cannery Row, the former sardine-packing plant immortalized by John Steinbeck in his novel; Fisherman's Wharf with its fish markets, seafood restaurants, and shops; Monterey Bay Aquarium, one of the country's top family attractions; and the intriguing marine sanctuary where harbor seals, sea otters, bottlenose dolphins, Gray and Humpback whales, elephant seals, and sea turtles are common sights—and where popular activities include kayaking, scuba diving, surfing, and beachcombing.

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Napa

With an appealing Mediterranean climate, Napa is considered one of the top wine regions in the United States—and is recognized internationally as one of only nine "Great Wine Capitals" on the planet. Its rolling hills are dotted with picturesque vineyards and hundreds of wineries offering tastings, while the area also enjoys great popularity for its relaxing spa treatments, gourmet restaurants, the celebrated Napa Valley Wine Train, and the prestigious Culinary Institute of America at Greystone.

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Rapid City

Strategically situated in the southwestern corner of South Dakota, Rapid City is the gateway to the Black Hills and the perfect jumping-off point for exploring the state's most intriguing attractions: Mount Rushmore, the country's most iconic symbol with its sculpted mountain representations of four American presidents; the work-in-progress Crazy Horse Memorial, honoring the great Lakota warrior; unforgettable Badlands National Park, 244,000 acres of dramatic rock spires, hoodoos, pinnacles, and buttes; and Custer State Park with its huge herd of buffalo and famous fall buffalo roundup. In town, the Museum of Geology, Stavkirke Chapel, and South Dakota Air & Space Museum are worth checking out.

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Salt Lake City

Situated in an ancient lakebed that existed at the end of the last ice age, Salt Lake City was founded by Mormon pioneers in 1847 and grew to become the capital of Utah and its largest city. The city is ringed by soaring mountains and Great Salt Lake, and is known as a base for outdoor recreation, including the many nearby ski resorts that were showcased during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Attractions include the Renaissance-style state capitol building; the LDS Temple; the historic tabernacle, home of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Utah Olympic Park; and Timpanogos Cave.

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San Diego

The "Birthplace of California," beautiful San Diego is famous for its magnificent natural harbor, mild climate, miles of gorgeous beaches, and close proximity to the Mexico border. Home to the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet, it is also known for its commitment to wildlife conservation—something that can be fully experienced at SeaWorld and the renowned San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park. Among the city's other must-see treasures: Balboa Park with its museums, parks, and arboretum; the Point Loma Lighthouse; Old Town with its Spanish and Old West heritage; San Diego de Alcala Mission; the historic Hotel del Coronado; and the downtown area's historic Gaslamp Quarter. Popular activities include surfing, sailing, dolphin- and whale-watching tours, hang gliding, and hiking.

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San Francisco

Known for its stunning Victorian architecture, scenic views, and historic cable cars, the impressive "City by the Bay" is a true and wonderful melting pot. Major points of interest include the iconic Golden Gate Bridge; the carnival-like atmosphere of Fisherman's Wharf; the largest town outside of Asia; Alcatraz Island, the infamous federal penitentiary known as "the Rock"; panoramic views from the Presidio; tours of Boudin Bakery to learn the fine art of making sourdough bread; remarkable Muir Woods National Monument with its famous giant Redwood trees; and super-steep Lombard Street, the most crooked street in America.

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San Simeon

Home to one of the most picturesque coastal drives in the world, miles of unspoiled beaches, and residential sea lions, sea otters, and a growing population of elephant seals, San Simeon is truly dominated by one thing: extravagant Hearst Castle. Built between 1919 and 1947 by publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst, the 165-room mansion is a wonderland of magnificent gardens, panoramic terraces and promenades, enchanting pools, and an incomparable collection of fine art. Still, San Simeon does offer other attractions as well, including its scenic state park; the1,000-foot-long pier, used by Hearst to import the building materials, furniture, and artwork for his castle; and Sebastian's General Store, dating back to 1852 and now a historic landmark.

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Santa Barbara

Beautifully situated between the Pacific Ocean and the gentle foothills of the Santa Ynez Mountains, the "American Riviera" of Santa Barbara is a sophisticated fusion of golden beaches, swaying palm trees, magnificent vineyards, whitewashed stucco walls, and Spanish Revival architecture. Highlights are the splendid waterfront area, fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, tastings of locally produced wines, the historic Old Santa Barbara Mission, and the reconstructed Spanish presidio.

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Sheridan

For the West at its best, Sheridan, in the shadow of the Bighorn Mountains, is one of Wyoming's true gems. Western ambiance runs rampant among the well-preserved historic downtown, foothill dude ranches, and cattle baron mansions. Noteworthy attractions include the Trail End State Historic Site, King's Saddlery Museum, and buffalo and elk conservatory, while abundant outdoor adventure opportunities make this a playground for mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, and paragliding.

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