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Las Vegas, Austin and New Orleans - three cities with BIG personalities. Vegas is all bright lights and bags of character. Austin is the oh-so-cool 'Live Music Capital of the World'. And New Orleans? Well, that place has some seriously infectious energy that'll get your toe tapping the minute you set foot in town.

Bucket List Inclusions

Party bus, Las Vegas

Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas

Ranch visit, Durango

NASA Space Center, Houston

Day trip to Grand Canyon National Park

Navajo Jeep tour, Monument Valley

Spray paint cadillacs at Cadillac Ranch

Visit the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards

Driving tour of Austin

Driving tour of the Las Vegas Strip

More Inclusions

11 breakfasts, 1 lunches, 7 dinners

13 nights in hotels

motels and lodges

Awesome Trip Leader

Transport

Modern air-conditioned coach/mini-coach

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 08:00 in Los Angeles

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in New Orleans



Meet the crew and get ready to get down, the New Orleans way. Hit up Bourbon Street tonight – this is THE place to party, so arm yourself with a Hand Grenade cocktail and get those toes tapping.

Today’s the day to tick off any leftover items on your ‘things I MUST do in the Bayou’ list. Swing dance in NOLA, creep yourself out in one of the ‘Cities of the Dead’, find out what a steam calliope sounds like, or just have a taste of true New Orleans crawfish. Today’s optionals? We’re glad you asked. Choose from a swamp tour, a cooking demo or a paddleboat cruise.

Up next: Houston, the heart of Texas. Expect a mixture of high culture, pick-up trucks and Tex Mex restaurants.

Reawaken those childhood dreams of riding in a rocket on an optional visit to the Houston Space Center before we rock up in Austin. Tonight: feast on a Texan BBQ.

The city is yours today. Hello thrift shopping, Airstream cuisine (cooler than regular food trucks) nudists, boot scooters, cheese makers and a cathedral of junk. When you’re done with the weird, there’s Zilker Park and SoCo to check out. Be sure to hit 6th Street tonight for a live music smorgasbord.

First up, we’ll pay a visit to The Sixth Floor Museum (which details the history of the JFK assassination). Afterwards, we’re off to Dallas and the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards for a step back in time to the Wild West. From its original brick walkways to its wooden corrals, Fort Worth has it all. Tonight, we highly recommend Billy Bob’s Texas – the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. This enormous dancehall has over 30 bars and can hold up to 6,000 people! Time to get your two step on.

Amarillo is a ‘go big or go home’ kinda place. See someone take the 72oz steak challenge at a Texan steakhouse for proof.

Feeling artistic? Good. It’s time to channel Banksy at Cadillac Ranch (an art installation of half-buried Cadillacs) on Route 66. You’ll get to crack out the spray paint and get creative on the tailfins of these all-American automobiles. Next up: Albuquerque (the home of Breaking Bad).

We’ll make a pit stop at Santa Fe before we roll on to Durango. Wanna get that adrenaline pumping? Durango’s the place to do it! Later: zip up your boots, we’re off to visit a ranch!

You’ve got a free day in Durango, so make it count. There’s a whole bunch of exciting optionals to choose from – or if you’d rather slow the pace, you could simply spot prairie dogs and gaze at the cracking scenery from the Durango Silverton steam train.

Today feels like a Navajo jeep tour kind of day. One that goes through Monument Valley. Even though it’s a bumpy ride, you'd be forgiven for wanting to miss the bus, especially once you learn the stories of the mesas from our Navajo guide.

Today we’re rolling from the red stripes of the Grand Canyon (where you could take to the skies on an optional heli-tour) to The Strip in Vegas, where we’ve got a driving tour all lined up. When the sun sets, don your finest outfits – it’s time to board the party bus. Afterwards, there’s some optional nightclub entry to take advantage of. Don’t mind if we do!

Anything goes in Vegas. Our suggestions? Well, you could go high with an optional heli-tour over The Strip, ride the High Roller Observation Wheel or visit a shooting range. Whatever you choose, just remember to save some energy for one last Sin City night out.

Wipe away the last traces of glitter and board the coach – it’s time to head back to La La Land, where this trip wraps up.

First things first: we’ll kick things off in LA and drive through the cactus-scattered Mojave Desert to reach Las Vegas. Once we’re there, we’ll take on The Strip on a driving tour. Then, it’s time to dress to impress as we climb aboard a Las Vegas party bus.

Anything goes in Vegas. You could go high with today’s optionals: a heli-tour over The Strip or a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel. We’ve got optional shooting range visits, too! Just remember to save some energy for one more night out among the bright lights and Elvis impersonators.

Let Route 66 show you why it’s one of the most iconic roads in the world as we make our way to the Grand Canyon region.

Today feels like a Navajo jeep tour kind of day. One that goes through Monument Valley. Even though it’s a bumpy ride, you'd be forgiven for wanting to miss the bus, especially once you learn the stories of the mesas from our Navajo guide. Later: zip up your boots, we’re off to visit a ranch!

Wanna get that adrenaline pumping? Then get involved in some optional whitewater rafting on the Animas River today. Less bumpy options include hiking, biking and ziplining. Completely smooth-ride seekers can spot prairie dogs and gaze at the cracking scenery from the Durango Silverton steam train.

After a trip down Route 64 and a trip to Santa Fe, we reach Albuquerque. You’ve got some free time to explore Heisenberg’s old stomping ground today, so grab your pork pie hat and get going.

Feeling artistic? Good. It’s time to channel Banksy at Cadillac Ranch (an art installation of half-buried Cadillacs) on Route 66. You’ll get to crack out the spray paint and get creative on the tailfins of these all-American automobiles. Later: prepare to chow down Texas-style at the Big Texan Steak House.

We’re off to Dallas and the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards for a step back in time to the Wild West. From its original brick walkways to its wooden corrals, Fort Worth has it all. Tonight, we highly recommend Billy Bob’s Texas – the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. This enormous dancehall has over 30 bars and can hold up to 6,000 people! Time to get your two step on.

Before we leave Dallas, we'll pay a visit the Sixth Floor Museum. Then, we'll make our merry way to Austin, the 'Live Music Capital of the World'. We've got a driving tour to help you get your bearings AND a Texan style BBQ dinner to look forward to before we let you loose on the town.

The city is yours today. Hello thrift shopping, Airstream cuisine (cooler than regular food trucks) nudists, boot scooters, cheese makers and a cathedral of junk. When you’re done with the weird, there’s Zilker Park and SoCo to check out. Be sure to hit 6th Street tonight for a live music smorgasbord.

On our way to Lake Charles we’ll make a pit stop at the Houston Space Center. Trust us, this place will make all your childhood space camp dreams come true.

Before hitting the hubbub of New Orleans, there’s an orientation tour of Baton Rouge on the cards. Then, it’s on to the Bayou we go! Tonight, hit Bourbon Street and prepare to party.

This groovy city boasts culture and history by the bucketload. Foodies will have a hard time picking between gumbo and po-boys, jambalaya and muffulettas, and beignets and Bananas Foster. Maybe just try ‘em all. Or, you could get on board with one of today’s optionals: swamp tours, cooking demonstrations and paddleboat cruises. When night falls, head out and hit the clubs to hear New Orleans do its thing.

Nooooo, it’s over already! Sad faces all round. Say farewell to the crew – we’re outta here after breakfast.

Meet the crew and get ready to get down, the New Orleans way. Hit up Bourbon Street tonight – this is THE place to party, so arm yourself with a Hand Grenade cocktail and get those toes tapping.

Today’s the day to tick off any leftover items on your ‘things I MUST do in the Bayou’ list. Swing dance in NOLA, creep yourself out in one of the ‘Cities of the Dead’, find out what a steam calliope sounds like, or just have a taste of true New Orleans crawfish. Today’s optionals? We’re glad you asked. Choose from a swamp tour, a cooking demo or a paddleboat cruise.

On our way to Lake Charles we’ll make a pit stop at Baton Rouge, where there’s an orientation tour on the cards.

Reawaken those childhood dreams of riding in a rocket at the Houston Space Center before we rock up in Austin. Tonight: feast on a Texan BBQ.

The city is yours today. Hello thrift shopping, Airstream cuisine (cooler than regular food trucks) nudists, boot scooters, cheese makers and a cathedral of junk. When you’re done with the weird, there’s Zilker Park and SoCo to check out. Be sure to hit 6th Street tonight for a live music smorgasbord.

First up, we’ll pay a visit to The Sixth Floor Museum – the fateful place where JFK was shot. Afterwards, we’re off to Dallas and the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards for a step back in time to the Wild West. From its original brick walkways to its wooden corrals, Fort Worth has it all. Tonight, we highly recommend Billy Bob’s Texas – the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. This enormous dancehall has over 30 bars and can hold up to 6,000 people! Time to get your two step on.

Amarillo is a ‘go big or go home’ kinda place. See someone take the 72oz steak challenge at a Texan steakhouse for proof.

Feeling artistic? Good. It’s time to channel Banksy at Cadillac Ranch (an art installation of half-buried Cadillacs) on Route 66. You’ll get to crack out the spray paint and get creative on the tailfins of these all-American automobiles. Next up: Albuquerque (the home of Breaking Bad).

We’ll make a pit stop at Santa Fe before we roll on to Durango. Wanna get that adrenaline pumping? Durango’s the place to do it! Later: zip up your boots, we’re off to visit a ranch!

You’ve got a free day in Durango, so make it count. There’s a whole bunch of exciting optionals to choose from – or if you’d rather slow the pace, you could simply spot prairie dogs and gaze at the cracking scenery from the Durango Silverton steam train.

Today feels like a Navajo jeep tour kind of day. One that goes through Monument Valley. Even though it’s a bumpy ride, you'd be forgiven for wanting to miss the bus, especially once you learn the stories of the mesas from our Navajo guide.

Today we’re rolling from the red stripes of the Grand Canyon (where you could take to the skies on an optional heli-tour) to The Strip in Vegas, where we’ve got a driving tour all lined up. When the sun sets, don your finest outfits – it’s time to board the party bus. Afterwards, there’s some optional nightclub entry to take advantage of. Don’t mind if we do!

Anything goes in Vegas. Our suggestions? Well, you could go high with an optional heli-tour over The Strip, ride the High Roller Observation Wheel or visit a shooting range. Whatever you choose, just remember to save some energy for one last Sin City night out.

Wipe away the last traces of glitter and board the coach – it’s time to head back to La La Land, where this trip wraps up.

First things first: we'll kick things off in LA and drive through the cactus-scattered Mojave Desert to reach Las Vegas. Once we're there, we'll take on The Strip on a driving tour. Then, it's time to dress to impress as we climb aboard a Las Vegas party bus.

Anything goes in Vegas. You could go high with today’s optionals: a heli-tour over The Strip or a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel. We’ve got optional shooting range visits, too! Just remember to save some energy for one more night out among the bright lights and Elvis impersonators.

Let Route 66 show you why it’s one of the most iconic roads in the world as we make our way to the Grand Canyon region.

Today feels like a Navajo jeep tour kind of day. One that goes through Monument Valley. Even though it’s a bumpy ride, you'd be forgiven for wanting to miss the bus, especially once you learn the stories of the mesas from our Navajo guide. Later: zip up your boots, we’re off to visit a ranch!

Wanna get that adrenaline pumping? Then get involved in some optional whitewater rafting on the Animas River today. Less bumpy options include hiking, biking and ziplining. Completely smooth-ride seekers can spot prairie dogs and gaze at the cracking scenery from the Durango Silverton steam train.

After a trip down Route 64 and a trip to Santa Fe, we reach Albuquerque. You’ve got some free time to explore Heisenberg’s old stomping ground today, so grab your pork pie hat and get going.

Feeling artistic? Good. It’s time to channel Banksy at Cadillac Ranch (an art installation of half-buried Cadillacs) on Route 66. You’ll get to crack out the spray paint and get creative on the tailfins of these all-American automobiles. Later: prepare to chow down Texas-style at the Big Texan Steak House.

We’re off to Dallas and the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards for a step back in time to the Wild West. From its original brick walkways to its wooden corrals, Fort Worth has it all. Tonight, we highly recommend Billy Bob’s Texas – the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. This enormous dancehall has over 30 bars and can hold up to 6,000 people! Time to get your two step on.

Before we leave Dallas, we'll pay a visit the Sixth Floor Museum (which details the history of the JFK assassination). Then, we'll make our merry way to Austin, the 'Live Music Capital of the World'. We've got a driving tour to help you get your bearings AND a Texan style BBQ dinner to look forward to before we let you loose on the town.

The city is yours today. Hello thrift shopping, Airstream cuisine (cooler than regular food trucks) nudists, boot scooters and cheese makers. When you're done with the weird, there's Zilker Park and SoCo to check out. Be sure to hit 6th Street tonight for a live music smorgasbord.

Up next: Houston. Anyone for an optional visit to the Houston Space Center? Trust us, this place will make all your childhood space camp dreams come true!

On to the Bayou we go! Tonight, hit Bourbon Street and prepare to party.

This groovy city boasts culture and history by the bucketload. Foodies will have a hard time picking between gumbo and po-boys, jambalaya and muffulettas, and beignets and Bananas Foster. Maybe just try 'em all. Or, you could get on board with one of today's optionals: swamp tours, cooking demonstrations and paddleboat cruises. When night falls, head out and hit the clubs to hear New Orleans do its thing.

Nooooo, it's over already! Sad faces all round. Say farewell to the crew - we're outta here after breakfast.

Please note that optional activities and prices are subject to change.


Las Vegas, Nevada

Visit a shooting range: From $100 USD

Ride the High Roller Observation Wheel: $35 USD

Heli-tour over the Las Vegas Strip: $125 USD

Club entry: Prices vary


Grand Canyon, Arizona

Heli-tour over the Grand Canyon: $290 USD


Durango, Colorado

Horse riding (summer only): $95 USD

Whitewater rafting (summer only): $60 USD

Ziplining (summer only): From $130 USD

Chuckwagon Dinner Show: $30 USD

Mountain bike tour (summer only): TBC

Snowmobile tour (winter only): $135 USD


New Orleans, Louisiana

Swamp tour: $18 USD

Cooking demonstration: $35 USD

Paddleboat cruise: From $30 USD

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