2017 SEASON
Aug 2017 - Sep 2017
2018 SEASON
Apr 2018 - Sep 2018

23 Day Trans-American Adventure

Cosmos Guided Tour starting in New York and finishing in Los Angeles

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Read 103 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Cosmos's 23 Day Trans-American Adventure. From the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, this road trip of a lifetime takes in the treasures of this mighty continent, as we travel from city-scapes to prairie-lands and beyond. Beginning...read more

Overview

Operator: Cosmos
Type: Coach Tour (Low Cost)
Style: Panorama
Duration: 23 Days
From: New York to Los Angeles
Tour Code: 8800
Visits: USA
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Day By Day

1

New York City

Welcome to the "Big Apple!" Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.
2

New York City

On today's sightseeing tour, see New York City's major attractions, including Broadway, the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, City Hall, Wall Street, and Trinity Church. Your afternoon is free.
3

New York City - Philadelphia - Washington DC Area

Head south through New Jersey to Philadelphia, the birthplace of the United States. During your free time, perhaps see Independence Hall and visit the Liberty Bell. On to Washington DC.
4

Washington DC Area

See the graves of American heroes, including those of John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert, in beautiful Arlington National Cemetery. The nation's capital is a sightseeing treasure trove, and your half-day tour with a Local Guide features Capitol Hill, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, National WWII Memorial and other well-known sights. Stop for photos at the White House and Capitol Hill. As the remainder of the day is free, why not visit the Smithsonian museums?
5

Washington DC - Niagara Falls

A scenic day as you head north through Pennsylvania Dutch Country, home of the Amish and Mennonite religious sects. Then, along the Susquehanna River to Williamsport, the birthplace of Little League baseball and site of the league's annual "World Series." Later, cross the Rainbow Bridge to Canada and arrive at Niagara Falls, Ontario, for your overnight stay.
6

Niagara Falls - Dearborn Area

This morning, board your Niagara Falls SIGHTSEEING CRUISE for amazing close-up views from the base of the falls. Then, travel the Niagara Parkway, admiring the sweeping landscapes of this scenic countryside. Head southwest and cross the farmlands and vineyards of Ontario. Please Note: Operation of the Niagara Falls sightseeing cruise is subject to favourable weather and/or river conditions. If unfavourable conditions exist, a walking tour of the scenic tunnels will be substituted.
7

Dearborn Area - Chicago

Begin the day with a visit to the HENRY FORD MUSEUM. Don't miss the "Automobile in American Life" exhibit. Reach Chicago, America's third-largest city, in the late afternoon. City sightseeing includes all the major landmarks of the "Windy City."
8

Chicago

Today is free for independent activities. Perhaps take an optional cruise on Lake Michigan and through the locks of the Chicago River. As the evening is free, join the optional outing for a delicious dinner at a Chicago restaurant, followed by spectacular views of the city from atop the Willis Tower, formally known as the Sears Tower.
9

Chicago - Wisconsin Dells - Minneapolis

First stop today is Wisconsin Dells. Next, Minnesota-the "Land of 10,000 Lakes." An orientation tour of the bustling downtown area of Minneapolis before arriving at the famous Mall of America in Bloomington, the largest shopping mall in the United States.
10

Minneapolis - Mitchell - Pierre

Into the rich farmlands of South Dakota, homeland of the great Sioux Indian Nation. Stop in Mitchell to see the CORN PALACE, a remarkable Moorish-style building where the interior and exterior are covered with designs of corn outlined with grasses and grain. Overnight in Pierre, the state's capital.
11

Pierre - Badlands National Park - Mount Rushmore - Keystone

First, a drive through Fort Pierre National Grassland to see the prairie as it once was when only buffalo and the Sioux Indians occupied the land. Next is BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK, where 37 million years of wind and water have carved a remarkably colourful sight. Then, head into the Black Hills and behold the granite faces of MOUNT RUSHMORE, a giant monument to four American presidents-Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt.
12

Keystone - Cody

Head through the rich, mountainous country to Buffalo, where open-range cattle kings made war on the sheep ranchers of the 1880s. Drive past Sheridan, the scene of many fierce battles between the U.S. Cavalry and the Sioux, Cheyenne, and Crow Indians. Then, climb over the Bighorn Mountains en route to the overnight stop in Buffalo Bill's frontier town of Cody.
13

Cody - Yellowstone National Park

Through Shoshone National Forest to splendid YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Follow Grand Loop Road to Artist Point with magnificent views of Yellowstone Canyon and the stupendous Lower Falls, nearly twice the height of Niagara.
14

Yellowstone National Park - Grand Teton National Park - Jackson

This morning, return to Yellowstone National Park and visit the bubbling mud paint pots, the reliable "blow" of Old Faithful, Yellowstone's great geyser, and West Thumb geyser basin. Head south into magnificent GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, one of America's last preserves of wild solitude. Its 4,197-metre (13,770-foot) high ridges are crested with snow most of the year. Stroll along the shores of beautiful glacier-fed Jenny Lake before ending the day in the Wild West town of Jackson with its wooden sidewalks and swing-door saloons. This evening, join an optional barbecue cookout and Wild West show. (CB)
15

Jackson

Time to relax in Jackson, or how about joining a scenic trip down the Snake River? Enjoy an 12-kilometre (8-mile) float trip that begins at Pritchard Creek and travels past the nesting areas of both bald eagles and ospreys. Later, the afternoon is free in Jackson to explore the shops and museums of historic downtown. This evening, maybe stroll along the old-time boardwalks downtown and enjoy supper at one of the swing-door saloons. (CB)
16

Jackson - Salt Lake City

Today, drive to Salt Lake City, Utah's vibrant capital. Set on the edge of Great Salt Lake Desert, this centre of the Mormon religion is where Brigham Young declared to his followers, "This is the place." An included sightseeing tour shows you the capital of Utah, including Temple Square, the tabernacle, and the Beehive House. (CB)
17

Salt Lake City - Bryce Canyon National Park - Cedar City

Through the sagebrush landscape of southern Utah to BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK with its breathtaking sandstone and limestone cliffs and ever-changing colours. Head west through Dixie National Forest to Cedar City for your overnight. (B)
18

Cedar City - Zion National Park - Grand Canyon National Park

First stop is ZION NATIONAL PARK, a landscape that was carved out by rushing streams over a period of a million years. Through Kaibab National Forest to the less visited North Rim of GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, where you'll marvel at the stunning views of the flame-coloured walls plunging 1,463 metres (4,800 feet) into the Colorado River. The evening is free. (CB)
19

Grand Canyon National Park - Las Vegas

Head to the unique phenomenon of Las Vegas, where today's fortune hunters try their luck at the 24-hour gambling tables of the "Strip." The afternoon is at leisure so you can explore the casinos.
20

Las Vegas

A free day to explore Las Vegas. Your Tour Director can arrange an optional excursion to the Hoover Dam, and will have suggestions for the best shows to see this evening.
21

Las Vegas - Calico - Los Angeles

Into California today with a stop at CALICO GHOST TOWN to relive the wild, tough days when miners struck it rich. Through the Mojave Desert and over the San Gabriel Mountains to Los Angeles.
22

Los Angeles

Start the day with a sightseeing tour of the world's "Capital of Glamour." You'll drive to Hollywood, see the footprints of the stars at the TCL Chinese Theatre, and famous Hollywood Bowl. Then, on to elegant Beverly Hills followed by a drive down Sunset Strip. A suggestion for this afternoon is an optional excursion to Universal Studios.
23

Los Angeles

The trip ends today with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Los Angeles International Airport are included.

Day By Day

1

New York City

Welcome to the "Big Apple!" Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.
2

New York City

On today's sightseeing tour, see New York City's major attractions, including Broadway, the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, City Hall, Wall Street, and Trinity Church. Your afternoon is free.
3

New York City - Philadelphia - Washington Dc Area

Head south through New Jersey to Philadelphia, the birthplace of the United States. During your free time, perhaps see Independence Hall and visit the Liberty Bell. On to Washington DC.
4

Washington Dc Area

See the graves of American heroes, including those of John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert, in beautiful Arlington National Cemetery. The nation's capital is a sightseeing treasure trove, and your half-day tour with a Local Guide features Capitol Hill, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, National WWII Memorial and other well-known sights. Stop for photos at the White House and Capitol Hill. As the remainder of the day is free, why not visit the Smithsonian museums?
5

Washington Dc - Niagara Falls

A scenic day as you head north through Pennsylvania Dutch Country, home of the Amish and Mennonite religious sects. Then, along the Susquehanna River to Williamsport, the birthplace of Little League baseball and site of the league's annual "World Series." Later, cross the Rainbow Bridge to Canada and arrive at Niagara Falls, Ontario, for your overnight stay.
6

Niagara Falls - Dearborn Area

This morning, board your Niagara Falls SIGHTSEEING CRUISE for amazing close-up views from the base of the falls. Then, travel the Niagara Parkway, admiring the sweeping landscapes of this scenic countryside. Head southwest and cross the farmlands and vineyards of Ontario. NOTE: Operation of the Niagara Falls sightseeing cruise is subject to favourable weather and/or river conditions. If unfavourable conditions exist, a walking tour of the scenic tunnels will be substituted.
7

Dearborn Area - Chicago

Begin the day with a visit to the HENRY FORD MUSEUM. Don't miss the "Automobile in American Life" exhibit. Reach Chicago, America's third-largest city, in the late afternoon. City sightseeing includes all the major landmarks of the "Windy City."
8

Chicago

Today is free for independent activities. Perhaps take an optional cruise on Lake Michigan and through the locks of the Chicago River. As the evening is free, join the optional outing for a delicious dinner at a Chicago restaurant, followed by spectacular views of the city from atop the Willis Tower, formally known as the Sears Tower.
9

Chicago - Madison - Minneapolis

First stop today is Madison. A vibrant city, situated between two sparkling lakes. A photo stop at the capitol before making our way to Minnesota—the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Enjoy an orientation tour of the bustling downtown area of Minneapolis before reaching your overnight hotel.
10

Minneapolis Excursion to Mall of America

Today is about the MALL OF AMERICA, the largest shopping mall in the United States, featuring an extensive range of retail, restaurants, and entertainment.
11

Minneapolis - Mitchell - Pierre

Into the rich farmlands of South Dakota, homeland of the great Sioux Indian Nation. Stop in Mitchell to see the CORN PALACE, a remarkable Moorish-style building where the interior and exterior are covered with designs of corn outlined with grasses and grain. Overnight in Pierre, the state's capital.
12

Pierre - Badlands National Park - Mount Rushmore - Keystone

First, a drive through Fort Pierre National Grassland to see the prairie as it once was when only buffalo and the Sioux Indians occupied the land. Next is BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK, where 37 million years of wind and water have carved a remarkably colourful sight. Then, head into the Black Hills and behold the granite faces of MOUNT RUSHMORE, a giant monument to four American presidents-Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt.
13

Keystone - Cody

Head through the rich, mountainous country to Buffalo, where open-range cattle kings made war on the sheep ranchers of the 1880s. Drive past Sheridan, the scene of many fierce battles between the U.S. Cavalry and the Sioux, Cheyenne, and Crow Indians. Then, climb over the Bighorn Mountains en route to the overnight stop in Buffalo Bill's frontier town of Cody.
14

Cody - Yellowstone National Park - West Yellowstone

Through Shoshone National Forest to splendid YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Follow Grand Loop Road to Artist Point with magnificent views of Yellowstone Canyon and the stupendous Lower Falls, nearly twice the height of Niagara.
15

West Yellowstone. Day Excursion to Yellowstone National Park

This morning, return to Yellowstone National Park and visit the bubbling mud paint pots, the reliable “blow” of Old Faithful, Yellowstone’s great geyser, and West Thumb geyser basin. Return to West Yellowstone and explore on your own. (CB)
16

West Yellowstone - Grand Teton National Park - Jackson

Travel south into magnificent GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, one of America’s last preserves of wild solitude. Its 13,770-foothigh ridges are crested with snow most of the year. Stroll along the shores of beautiful glacier-fed Jenny Lake before ending the day in the Wild West town of Jackson with its wooden sidewalks and swing-door saloons. The afternoon and evening are free to explore the shops and museums of historic downtown. (CB)
17

Jackson - Salt Lake City

Today, drive to Salt Lake City, Utah's vibrant capital. Set on the edge of Great Salt Lake Desert, this centre of the Mormon religion is where Brigham Young declared to his followers, "This is the place." An included sightseeing tour shows you the capital of Utah, including Temple Square, the tabernacle, and the Beehive House. (CB)
18

Salt Lake City - Bryce Canyon National Park - Cedar City

Through the sagebrush landscape of southern Utah to BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK with its breathtaking sandstone and limestone cliffs and ever-changing colours. Head west through Dixie National Forest to Cedar City for your overnight. (B)
19

Cedar City - Zion National Park - Grand Canyon National Park

First stop is ZION NATIONAL PARK, a landscape that was carved out by rushing streams over a period of a million years. Through Kaibab National Forest to the less visited North Rim of GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, where you'll marvel at the stunning views of the flame-coloured walls plunging 1,463 metres (4,800 feet) into the Colorado River. The evening is free. (CB)
20

Grand Canyon National Park - Las Vegas

Head to the unique phenomenon of Las Vegas, where today's fortune hunters try their luck at the 24-hour gambling tables of the "Strip." The afternoon is at leisure so you can explore the casinos.
21

Las Vegas

A free day to explore Las Vegas. Your Tour Director can arrange an optional excursion to the Hoover Dam, and will have suggestions for the best shows to see this evening.
22

Las Vegas - Calico - Los Angeles

Into California today with a stop at CALICO GHOST TOWN to relive the wild, tough days when miners struck it rich. Through the Mojave Desert and over the San Gabriel Mountains to Los Angeles.
23

Los Angeles

Start the day with a sightseeing tour of the world's "Capital of Glamour." You'll drive to Hollywood, see the footprints of the stars at the TCL Chinese Theatre, and famous Hollywood Bowl. Then, on to elegant Beverly Hills followed by a drive down Sunset Strip.
24

Los Angeles

The trip ends today with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Los Angeles International Airport are included.

Trip Inclusions

Included Experiences

  • SIGHTSEEING: In New York, Washington DC, Niagara Falls, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles; Capitol Hill, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, Niagara Falls sightseeing cruise, Henry Ford Museum, Mall of America, Corn Palace, Mount Rushmore, and Calico Ghost Town.
  • SCENIC HIGHLIGHTS: Broadway, Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, City Hall, Wall Street, Trinity Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Susquehanna River, St. Paul, Fort Pierre National Grassland, Badlands National Park, Sheridan, Big Horn Mountains, Cody, Yellowstone National Park, Old Faithful, Grand Tetons, Salt Lake City, Bryce National Park, Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Las Vegas.
  • GUIDES: Local Guide for city sightseeing in New York and Washington DC; Services of a professional Tour Director.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Private, deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach while touring.
  • HOTELS: Twin-bedded rooms with private bath or shower, hotel taxes, service charges, and tips for baggage handling.
  • INSIDE VISITS as shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.

Accommodation

  • Hotel Classifications: First Class (F), Moderate First Class (MF), Superior Tourist Class (ST), Tourist Class (T)
  • New York City Skyline Hotel (MF), Washington DC Area Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria (F), Niagara Falls Best Western Plus Cairn Croft (F), Dearborn Area Best Western Greenfield Inn (F), Chicago Best Western Grant Park (ST), Minneapolis Best Western Plus Normandy Inn (MF), Pierre Days Inn Pierre (ST), Keystone Mt. Rushmore White House Resort (T), Cody Buffalo Bill Village (ST) or Holiday Inn Cody (F), West Yellowstone Brandin' Iron Inn (T), Jackson Painted Buffalo Inn (ST), Salt Lake City Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites (MF), Cedar City Best Western Plus Town & Country Inn (F), Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon National Park Lodges (NP) (or Williams Grand Canyon Railway Hotel (F) on departures 19 May and 13 Sept), Las Vegas The Linq Hotel & Casino (SF), Los Angeles LA Hotel Downtown (SF)

Included Meals

  • 1 breakfast (B), 4 continental breakfasts (CB).

Trip Notes

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise only. International flights not included.

Trip Inclusions

Included Experiences

  • SIGHTSEEING: In New York, Washington DC, Niagara Falls, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles; Capitol Hill, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, Niagara Falls sightseeing cruise, Henry Ford Museum, Mall of America, Corn Palace, Mount Rushmore, and Calico Ghost Town.
  • SCENIC HIGHLIGHTS: Broadway, Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, City Hall, Wall Street, Trinity Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Susquehanna River, St. Paul, Fort Pierre National Grassland, Badlands National Park, Sheridan, Big Horn Mountains, Cody, Yellowstone National Park, Old Faithful, Grand Tetons, Salt Lake City, Bryce National Park, Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Las Vegas.
  • GUIDES: Local Guide for city sightseeing in New York and Washington DC; Services of a professional Tour Director.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Private, deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach while touring.
  • HOTELS: Twin-bedded rooms with private bath or shower, hotel taxes, service charges, and tips for baggage handling.
  • MEALS: 1 breakfast (B), 4 continental breakfasts (CB).
  • INSIDE VISITS as shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.

Accommodation

  • Hotel Classifications: National Park Lodge (NP), First Class (F), Moderate First Class (MF), Superior First Class (SF), Tourist Class (T), Superior Tourist Class (ST)
  • New York City Skyline Hotel (MF), Washington DC Area Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria (F), Niagara Falls Best Western Plus Cairn Croft (F), Dearborn Area Best Western Greenfield Inn (F), Chicago Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza (F), Minneapolis Best Western Plus Normandy Inn (MF), Pierre Days Inn Pierre (ST), Keystone Mt .Rushmore White House Resort (T), Cody Buffalo Bill Village (ST), West Yellowstone National Park Brandin’ Iron Inn (T), Jackson Mountain Modern Hotel (ST), Salt Lake City Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites (MF), Cedar City Best Western Plus Town & Country Inn (F), Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge (NP), Las Vegas Sls Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (MD), Los Angeles The L.a. Hotel Downtown (SF)

Included Meals

  • 5 Breakfasts

Trip Notes

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise only. International flights not included.

Operator Details

Region: USA
Style: Panorama
Accommodation: 3+ Star
Location: Outskirts - Generally
Guided: Tour Host & Driver
Transport: Luxury Coach
Age Range: Open (min 8 years)
Flights: Internal Flights Included
Airport Transfers: Available, Not Included
Gratuities: Option to Pre Purchase
Max Group Size: 50 (Avg. 39)
Free WiFi: Onboard
* Source: Cosmos for trips in USA. Some variances may occur on individual tours and information is provided as a guide only. Refer to Trip Inclusions section for more details.

Reviews (103)

Trip reviews from past clients of Global Journeys who have travelled on Trans-American Adventure with Cosmos.
Reviewer

Australia
  “Great highlights of the USA.”
Trip Date: 16/06/2017
We all enjoyed our trip through USA and the highlights including Niagra Falls Canada. We were concerned about a 23 day coach tour however it went well. Our driver and tour director ensured frequent stops and we had a good mix of mostly Australians, a few Kiwis and and Brits. Our trip didn't include San Francisco so some of us added this to the end of the tour. Not sure it was worth it! Be prepared for the different eating habits of the Americans (high fat and sugar) so we picked up fresh fruit and nut snacks when we could. Also Wallmart and Whole Foods stores were a bonus when you can find them - excellent quality.

I think all travellers to the USA should be prepared for the tax and tipping which adds considerably to the cost. We also paid approx. $270 American per head to the driver and Tour Director at the end of the tour. Some of the elderly travelers were concerned as it amounted to over $600 AU which they hadn't budgeted for. I would recommend Cosmos as very professional and efficient. (GJ: Thanks for your review Christine. All clients of Global Journeys also have the option of prepaying gratuities when you make your booking (if they aren't included). Just let us know and we can add it to your quote.)
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New Zealand
  “Action packed adventure.... enjoyed the National Parks, cities excellent insight to USA”
Trip Date: 05/05/2017
The fellow travelers were a good mix, lot of laughs and friendships made my most. We did all but one of the Optionals and enjoyed them all. In regard to the weather it is changeable all over the world so always pack thermals and dress with layers. Disappointed that there was no return bus from the Mall of America this was an inclusion of the tour. People had to get 2 trains to return back or taxis. Seat rotation was up to Jason's discretion hence some people got the front seats others were moved out of sequence and missed the front seats twice. Very disappointed and saddened for the elderly people who missed the front seat.
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Australia
  “NY to LA via Chicago.”
Trip Date: 14/09/2016
As repeat customers of Cosmos, we were very pleased with our coach holiday across the USA. The schedule was busy as there was a lot to see and experience. A free day now and again worked well. Our mob of 26 on a 50 seat Cosmos coach became a team. The tour director and driver shared our enthusiasm while still performing magnificently at their own tasks. Their sharing of their knowledge both cultural and local as we traveled contributed very enormously (I realise) to the enjoyment of the holiday. One bonding development on the coach was the collecting and swapping of the 50 or so US State Emblem issued quarter dollar coins. The outlay was minimal and the gathering continued regardless of location. Non-gatherers had free entertainment just watching the gatherers. We travelled through the colour cycle of leaves and saw just about every living critter and much more besides.
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Australia
  “Awesome holiday adventure”
Trip Date: 14/09/2016
We loved this trip. Everything fully organised for us. The commentary was relevant and very informative. The coach was clean and modern with a great driver.
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Australia
  “A wonderful experience ”
Trip Date: 31/08/2016
Global Journeys handled my booking very well. The tour exceeded my expectations. It doesn't come better than that. Doris our tour guide was fantastic. She was very informative and approachable and the whole tour went like clockwork.
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