Welcome Back, National Parks!

How excited are you that the government shutdown is over?! Not only do thousands of furloughed government employees get to return to work, but all of the closed government services and organizations are now open for business! And, of course, that means that all of our beautiful national parks have reopened! Yes!

Here is a quick rundown of some our most loved national parks that had closed due to the shutdown. Don’t worry, they are all up and running now!

Yosemite: Aren’t you sorry you couldn’t be in Yosemite  for it’s 123rd anniversary? Well there’s no time like the present to make up for it! Home to Half Dome, El Capitan, and Yosemite Falls.

View Our Yosemite Tours Here

Yellowstone: All entrances to America’s first national park have been opened! Now’s your chance to visit the bison, see the hot springs, thermal vents, waterfalls and rivers before the Winter snow!

View Our Yellowstone Tours Here

Crater Lake: The deepest lake in the United States, and one of the most beautiful. See it for yourself!

View Our Crater Lake Tours Here

Sequoia National Park: Not only home to Mt. Whitney, but also to the biggest tree on Earth. This is a truly unique park and must see for nature-lovers.

During the shutdown, these parks and others lost thousands of visitors and a large chunk of revenue for the parks and also for the surrounding businesses.  Plan a trip to support the national parks – a huge part of America’s legacy and heritage!

View our tour packages at www.lassentours.com – we have hundreds of itineraries of various lengths and routes. We also offer bilingual tours and custom itineraries to fit your needs!


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