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Bindlestiff Tours to announce expanded small group experiences in 2020
The award-winning Bindlestiff Tours announces plans for their 2020 tours to be available in foreign languages with guaranteed departures. In addition, Bindlestiff will exhibit at IPW 2019 in booth No. 406.
15.05.2019 00:15 |
The Vox Agency |
Known for creating unforgettable personalized outdoor experiences in national parks for groups no larger than 10 to 14 guests, guided narration in French, German, Spanish and Italian will be offered beginning April 6, 2020.
“Many of our guests speak English, but there are still travelers who request foreign language narration. We listened and will now offer these languages for next year,”
says Robert Graff, vice president of sales and marketing, Bindlestiff Tours.
Tours featuring the option for foreign language guided narration with guaranteed departures will include:
The National Parks Tours:
See the top destinations in one trip. This 3-day adventure showcases Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and Monument Valley, as well as Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion Canyon. Camping and lodging accommodations are available in addition to wildlife viewing options and national park hikes.
• Day 1 – Zion and Bryce National Parks: Enchantment awaits in Zion with a mix of white, pink and red Navajo sandstone cliffs defining the park’s landscape. After hours of exploration at Zion, guests will head to Bryce Canyon, considered one of the most “scenically diverse” destinations in the world.
• Day 2 – Monument Valley, Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon: Guests take in the Southwest’s spectacular scenery winding past Lake Powell to Antelope Canyon via 4x4 jeeps as they tour areas reminiscent of iconic Western movies.
• Day 3 – Grand Canyon National Park South Rim: The tour concludes with one of the seven wonders of the world, Grand Canyon. Guests can hike, relax at a café or take in the sites. (Helicopter rides are optional).
Death Valley Day Tours:
This journey takes guests right to the heart of Death Valley with breathtaking photo opportunities at Dante's View and Zabriskie Point. They will enjoy a stunning scenic drive through Artist’s Pallette with a stop at Bad Water Basin located 280 feet below sea level. Another iconic sight elevating the experience is the Devil's Golf Course, the most protected salt flats on earth. Guests have the option to visit the Furnace Creek visitor center before returning through the Mohave Desert