Top 10 United States Tours June 2022

Departing Days From AUD
2 Jun 2022
Hiking in Yosemite and King's Canyon
6 3295
4 Jun 2022
Hiking in Yosemite National Park
6 3190
5 Jun 2022
Cycle New Mexico: Santa Fe & Taos
6 3300
5 Jun 2022
Best of the East Coast USA
13 8640
5 Jun 2022
Washington to New York City Discovery
7 4760
5 Jun 2022
Walking in Great Smoky Mountains
6 2470
5 Jun 2022
Alaska Hike, Bike & Kayak
6 3810
6 Jun 2022
Western USA National Parks Loop
5 2975
6 Jun 2022
Vegas to LA: Grand National Parks
10 6220
9 Jun 2022
Zion Ranch Stay
4 3255
10 Jun 2022
Best of the South: Atlanta to New Orleans
12 7075
10 Jun 2022
Georgia History trail to Nashville
7 3610
11 Jun 2022
Hiking Utah's National Parks
9 4370
12 Jun 2022
New York City to Boston Discovery
6 3750
12 Jun 2022
Hiking the Great Land of Alaska
12 8480
12 Jun 2022
Hiking in Kenai Fjords National Park
7 4115
12 Jun 2022
San Fran to Vegas: Parks, Canyons, Valleys
9 6825
12 Jun 2022
Cycle South Dakota: Mount Rushmore & Badlands
5 2780
13 Jun 2022
Walking in California's Sierra Nevada
5 2435
14 Jun 2022
LA to Vegas Adventure
5 1490
14 Jun 2022
Western USA Highlights
18 5295
16 Jun 2022
Tennessee Music Trail to New Orleans
6 3755
16 Jun 2022
Real LA to San Francisco
Ages 18 to 29
11 2845
18 Jun 2022
Hiking in Denali National Park
6 4255
18 Jun 2022
Utah Parks Circuit
8 2495
18 Jun 2022
Utah, Nevada & California
14 4040
19 Jun 2022
Seattle to Portland Discovery
6 3120
19 Jun 2022
Coastal Maine
6 3750
19 Jun 2022
Best of Pacific North West
11 6105
19 Jun 2022
Best of Alaska
10 6275
19 Jun 2022
Kentucky Food Trail to Nashville
5 2820
19 Jun 2022
Best of the South: Louisville to New Orleans
10 6315
24 Jun 2022
Portland to San Francisco Discovery
6 3200
24 Jun 2022
Yellowstone and Grand Teton Family Holiday
6 4240
24 Jun 2022
Yellowstone and Grand Teton Adventure
6 5075
25 Jun 2022
Best of Montana
6 3805
26 Jun 2022
Cycle Washington's San Juan Islands
6 4520
26 Jun 2022
Cycle Sonoma & the Napa Valley
6 4200
26 Jun 2022
Miami to the Florida Keys
5 2700
26 Jun 2022
Vegas to San Fran
6 1360
29 Jun 2022
Zion Family Ranch Stay
5 3590
29 Jun 2022
Hiking in the Grand Canyon
6 4210
30 Jun 2022
Hiking in the Grand Canyon
5 3640


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United States FAQs

Everyone traveling on an Intrepid trip must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of carriage. 

All travelers are required to produce: 

  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
  • All children aged 5 to 17 years old must provide proof of vaccination (if eligible), proof of recovery or a negative COVID-19 test.
  • If you are unable to be vaccinated for medical reasons, you may apply for an exemption. Exemptions will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. To apply, you must provide a medical certificate from a medical professional. 

In all cases, you must be fully inoculated. This means you must receive the full dosage of the COVID-19 vaccine and allow enough time for immunity to take effect. Each COVID-19 vaccine has different dosages and timeframes for inoculation, so please check the relevant medical advice associated with your vaccine.

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Getting to California is relatively easy as there are a variety of options available including flying, driving, and taking public transport. You can fly into both big airports, such as LAX (Los Angeles), or small airports like Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) depending on which part of California you're traveling in. You can also drive to California if you're from a neighboring state (or want to go on an epic road trip) or you can take a bus or a train with several routes to all the popular destinations. 

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Driving is the most time-efficient and popular way of getting around Los Angeles due to the city's size. While there is public transportation in the form of a bus network and the local metro, it's sometimes unreliable and can be quite time-consuming. Los Angeles is known for its crazy traffic situations, especially during peak periods of the day, so make sure you give yourself enough time to get around. 

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The time it takes to travel from California to Utah depends on how you're traveling and where in California you're traveling from. Flying is by far the quickest way to travel to Utah with a flight between LAX and SLC (Salt Lake City Airport) taking just under 2 hours. Alternatively, you can drive between the two states for an epic road trip that's 12 hours long. If you were to take public transport between the two states it would be longer still but is a relatively cheap option. 

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Yes, it does snow during winter in Salt Lake City. Snow is expected to fall between November and March but it's not unheard of to experience snowfall as early as October or as late as April. Salt Lake City is a great place to participate in winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and bobsledding, with neighboring mountains close to the city itself. 

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Due to New Orleans' geographical location, the weather can vary significantly during the year. Being near large bodies of water, such as the Mississippi River, the weather in New Orleans is often wet in the colder months and humid in spring and summer. There are lots of sunny days during June, July, and August with the average temperature being a warm 78°F. However, the weather can be quite unpredictable at times so make sure you're checking weather forecasts before you travel so you're prepared for what to expect. 

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You'll want to make sure you're as comfortable as possible while walking the many amazing hikes and trails in Yellowstone National Park so packing clothes, including hiking boots and socks, that you're familiar with is a must. Regardless of the season you're traveling in, the weather can be quite cold at nighttime so ensure you're packing a heavier jacket or coat to keep you warm. You should also pack sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, and other items that will protect you from the sun during the day. 

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It's hard to pinpoint the best time to visit Denali National Park as the landscapes are beautiful all year round. When to visit Denali largely depends on what kind of vacation you're looking for. If you really want to see snow on the surrounding mountains and explore the ultimate winter wonderland then winter would be the best time to go, however, spring and summer see the flowers and vegetation bloom in an array of colors.

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There are heaps of fun and exciting things to do in Zion National Park, so much so, that you could spend days there and still not see it all. Promising a uniquely unforgettable experience, Zion National Park is full of expansive landscapes just waiting to be explored. Some of the activities you can participate in include cycling, hiking, river tubing, and rock climbing. You can also camp at the park and do a little stargazing to make the most of your time in the great outdoors. 

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