Have you always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon, Death
Valley, and Yosemite but thought the trip was too expensive? With a fly-drive
vacation offered by US
FlyDrive, travelers received discount
airline tickets and comfortable and inexpensive rental cars with unlimited
mileage. They even have suggested driving tours at their disposal including one
that stops at the National Parks mentioned.
One tour route features a discounted airline ticket to San Francisco, followed by a driving
trip through Santa Maria and Los Angeles to Phoenix, Arizona. Then, it is on to
Grand Canyon National Park, home of the one-mile deep Grand Canyon. Carved by
the Colorado River, this 277-mile-long and up to 18-mile-wide canyon is one of
the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It exposes almost two billion years of
After leaving Arizona and stopping briefly in Las Vegas,
travelers drive to Death Valley National Park. This desert valley contains the
driest, lowest, and hottest spot in North America. Death Valley is part of the
Mohave Desert and, ironically, is just less than 85 miles from Mount Whitney,
the highest point in the contiguous U.S.
From Death Valley, it is about five hours to Yosemite
National Park in central California. This 761,268-acre park spans the western
Sierra Nevadas. Yosemite Valley represents only seven square miles but receives
more than 3.7 million visitors annually. Dramatic waterfalls, granite cliffs,
and Giant Sequoias are wonders for the eyes. Diverse plant and animal
populations make the wilderness even more interesting.
This fly-drive adventure ends with a discount airline ticket from San Francisco to home. Travelers will
be amazed that they covered more than 1,900 miles in the car. The distance will
seem much shorter due to the many interesting stops along the way. Click here to price
this vacation to tour the National Parks of the western U.S.
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