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Black Hills Hot Air Balloon Ride

Black Hills Hot Air Balloon Ride - Custer, South Dakota
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Custer, South Dakota

From USD
$295.00

Enjoy a spectacular hot air balloon ride over the beautiful and historic Black Hills of South Dakota with a complimentary Champagne toast! You'll experience a 1-hour flight at sunrise in one of the most scenic places in the world. A souvenir flight certificate and postcard is also included in this tour ... More info ›

Enjoy a spectacular hot air balloon ride over the beautiful and historic Black Hills of South Dakota with a complimentary Champagne toast! You'll experience a 1-hour flight at sunrise in one of the most scenic places in the world. A souvenir flight certificate and postcard is also included in this tour. Allow about three hours for the experience, from start to finish.

A hot air balloon ride is a one-of-a-kind adventure for South Dakota locals and visitors. With over thirty years flying experience, your guide will take you on the only hot air balloon ride adventure offered in the Black Hills.

Flying in the beautiful Black Hills is a unique experience. While balloon flights are generally focused over vineyards and farmland, you will fly over some spectacular, rugged terrain on this route, typically in the southern hills. From up high you'll see the Custer Valley and the world-renowned Custer State Park. On certain days if the winds are favorable, you'll be able to see Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Memorial. There are mountains, valleys, lakes and prairies to view as you drift along on the morning breeze, and travelers quite often see some unique wildlife that you really don't see in many other places from a balloon! The Black Hills are home to elk, antelope, buffalo and mule deer. If you're really lucky you might even see a mountain lion from the secure gondola! There’s nowhere else in the world where you can witness the same views from a hot air balloon and fly over such a historic and beautiful landscape.

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Custer State Park Safari Jeep Small-Group Tour

Custer State Park Safari Jeep Small-Group Tour - Keystone, South Dakota

Duration: 6 to 7 hrs
Location: Keystone, South Dakota

From USD
$249.00

Hop in a safari Jeep with your driver/guide and depart on an exciting and adventurous 6- to 7-hour tour through Custer State Park. Checkout Mt ... More info ›

Hop in a safari Jeep with your driver/guide and depart on an exciting and adventurous 6- to 7-hour tour through Custer State Park. Checkout Mt. Coolidge, Iron Mountain Road, Needles Highway, and Sylvan Lake. Enjoy a picnic lunch and take advantage of the multiple photo opportunities. Your small-group tour is capped at 6 travelers to ensure personal service. 

Climb into our Safari Jeep and sit back as your guide directs you on an adventure you’ll never forget.  This Safari Jeep is designed for safety and comfort. It includes a maximized heavy duty roll bar, over-sized 2" tubular cage in the back and sides and an upgraded suspension. It is Buffalo Proof!

We offer free pickup from your Rapid City hotel (9:00am) or Keystone hotel (9:25am). Tours depart from the National Presidential Wax Museum in Keystone @ 9:30am. 

  • After arriving at the Presidential Wax Museum you may visit the gift shop while the operator prepares your tour.
  • We drive to Iron Mountain Road (stopping for photos of bridges and one-way tunnels).
  • Then we tour the State Game Lodge (Presidential Summer White House 1927) and the Custer Park Information Center.
  • The 19-mile safari tour along the Wildlife Loop is next; where open grasslands, pine-speckled hills, 1,000+ buffalo and hundreds of other wildlife can be viewed. 
  • We ascend to the top of Mt. Coolidge; from here you can look down at the Wildlife Loop and in the distance see Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Needles, and the city of Custer.
  • Stopping for a picnic lunch beside the beautiful Stockade Lake and then . . .
  • Continuing to Needles Highway with stops for photos at several turnouts along the route. There’s no need to exit the vehicle as you can simply stand for great 360 degree views and photo ops. 
  • We stop for a break at the magnificent Sylvan Lake (It averages 3-4 lakeside weddings a week).  You will have the opportunity to take a short walk around the Lake on the 1.1-mile trail, which offers breathtaking views.
  • Before returning home,  you will have a choice of a complimentary cup of Keystone Dark Canyon Coffee or a glass of Hill City's Prairie Berry Wine . . . something to sip on as we return you to your original departure point.

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Mount Rushmore and Black Hills Safari Tour from Rapid City

Mount Rushmore and Black Hills Safari Tour from Rapid City - Rapid City, South Dakota

Duration: 9 to 10 hrs
Location: Rapid City, South Dakota

From USD
$249.00

During the 9- to 10-hour private safari tour, visit the two most famous Black Hills monuments - Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Enjoy unparalleled views of pine covered mountains and high-desert panoramas ... More info ›

During the 9- to 10-hour private safari tour, visit the two most famous Black Hills monuments - Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Enjoy unparalleled views of pine covered mountains and high-desert panoramas. See wildlife up close for great photo ops. You can view it all comfortably from within unique convertible-top vehicles. Vehicles open and close to adjust to the ever-changing weather of the mountains                      

You will learn about the history of the region from experienced guides.Tours are never rushed and make frequent stops for photo ops and rest breaks. Everyone in your small group will get a window seat. Convertible-top handicap minivans are available at no extra charge. This the only Black Hills tour company that includes a picnic lunch.

Private Safari Tour

This is the one Black Hills guided tour you will want someone else to drive. The switchback roads are narrow with one-way tunnels, pigtail bridges and single lane roads. While driving this is not dangerous, you will need to concentrate on driving, and then you'd miss out on seeing the most iconic sights in the Hills.

  • Free pickup at Rapid City and Keystone Hotels and depart for your safari at 9am
  • Tour Mount Rushmore Monument and Crazy Horse Memorial for one hour each and then the top opens. The adventure begins.
  • Drive Iron Mountain Road (4 pigtails bridges-2 divided roads-3 one-way tunnels).  When we stop, you may stand and get exceptional views and photo ops. 
  • At Mount Coolidge Lookout (6,000 ft), below in the distance you will see Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Needles and in the far prairie the famous Badlands.
  • Take a slow drive along the Needles Highway (amazing granite spires jutting into the sky). With stops at Needle's Eye, Cathedral Spires and at several turnouts for photo ops . . . and of course the 'best' tunnel in the Hills . . . Tunnel #5. Keep your camera ready there can be wildlife popping up at any time. 
  • Stopping mid-day at the beautiful Sylvan Lake for a rest stop, some photos and a picnic lunch. 
  • Then it's off to tour the largest State Park in the U.S -- Custer State Park. The tour will then drive the 19 mile Wildlife Loop stopping for photos of wildlife (prairie dogs, deer, elk, antelope, wild burros and more). And don't forget there are over 1,400 North American Bison (buffalo) scattered throughout the parks 110 square miles. When the tour drives up next to a buffalo you can stand and look down on it safely from only a few feet away . . . Fun!
  • After visiting the State Game Lodge (Summer White House for Presidents Coolidge and Eisenhower) and the new Custer Park Information Center you will be returned to your hotel between 6pm and 7pm.

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TWO DAY FALL TOUR SPECIAL - Buffalo Roundup and Northern Hills Change of Colors

TWO DAY FALL TOUR SPECIAL - Buffalo Roundup and Northern Hills Change of Colors - Rapid City, South Dakota

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Rapid City, South Dakota

From USD
$299.00

DAY 1 -  Buffalo Roundup&Arts Festival 9/28/2018
Custer State Park in the beautiful Black Hills of western South Dakota is full of lush forests, quiet and serene meadows, and majestic mountains. This 71,000-acre state park is also home to one of the world's largest publicly-owned bison herds 1,300 strong ... More info ›

DAY 1 -  Buffalo Roundup&Arts Festival 9/28/2018
Custer State Park in the beautiful Black Hills of western South Dakota is full of lush forests, quiet and serene meadows, and majestic mountains. This 71,000-acre state park is also home to one of the world's largest publicly-owned bison herds 1,300 strong. Each fall, the ground rumbles & the dust flies as cowboys, cowgirls and park crews saddle up to bring in the thundering herd. 

DAY 2 - Northern Hills/Spearfish Canyon 9/29/2018
Spearfish Canyon, where four ecosystems meet; trees and plants from Rocky Mountains, Eastern Woodlands, Northern Forests and Great Plains areas can be found here.This canyon provides breathtaking beauty with thousand-foot-high limestone/sandstone palisades in shades of brown, pink and gray and three amazing waterfalls and amazing variety of colors. 

DAY 1 - CUSTER STATE PARK  -  BUFFALO ROUNDUP  + Arts Festival
 September 29, 2017   6:30 am pickup at your Rapid City hotel. We provide a bag chair, fruit, OJ, bottled water & snacks and a picnic lunch.

One of the Top Events in the United States Custer, South Dakota's annual Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival. The Buffalo Roundup is part of Custer State Park's management plan to maintain a healthy balance between the number of bison and the available range land forage. The park can only sustain a certain number of bison, based on the condition of the grassland and how much food is available. The Buffalo Roundup also allows for some of the animals to be sorted out of the herd, they are then sold at an auction in November. After the Roundup (11:00 am) we travel to the State Game Lodge. There for the next three + hours, you can enjoy live entertainment as you stroll the heritage arts and crafts exhibits at the Arts Festival. And Western/Native American entertainment is provided under the big top. We return you to your hotel @ 3:30 pm. 


DAY 2 - SPEARFISH CANYON and the Northern Hills  
 September 30, 2017 - 9:00am pickup - We provide bottled water, fees, snacks and picnic lunch.

Spearfish Canyon is the Northern Hill's number one natural attraction. A great spot for wildlife enthusiasts, as the diverse array of plant life provides a comfortable home for deer, mountain goats, porcupines and bobcats. It winds through the canyon for nearly 20 miles from the city of Spearfish to Cheyenne Crossing. Built on top of an ancient rail bed, the highway affords visitors views of pristine natural wonders and historical treasures. Near the end of the canyon is the old sawmill town of Savoy. 

  • Spearfish Falls is slightly off the beaten path, but well worth the walk. It is located at the base of Spearfish Canyon at Savoy. There is a trail that will guide you to the bottom of the canyon and take you beneath a canopy of trees as you approach the roaring waters of Spearfish Falls. Be sure to wear good shoes as the trail can be slippery at times. 
  • Cascading approximately 60 feet, Bridal Veil Falls is the most accessible waterfall in the canyon. The Falls flows intensely in the spring and slows considerably in late summer and fall. it is located adjacent to a large parking lot to accommodate sightseers. An observation platform has been installed to optimal viewing and photos. 
  • Roughlock Falls, a breathtaking multi-tiered waterfall along Little Spearfish Canyon. Pioneers traveling down the canyon used to lower their wagons down the drop by rough-locking the wheels to prevent them from rolling freely - hence the name of the falls. 

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Black Hills Tours - Single Traveler

Black Hills Tours - Single Traveler - Rapid City, South Dakota

Duration: 3 to 8 hrs
Location: Rapid City, South Dakota

From USD
$99.00

Black Hills Tours for Single Traveler -  Departure time can be varied to fit your schedule.

We pick you up at your Rapid City hotel and make the 30 minute drive to Mt Rushmore. There we lead you through the Monument, pointing out the facilities and Grand View Terrace, Lincoln Borglum Museum and Video, Avenue of Flags, the museum and gift shop and recounting the history of how Mt Rushmore came to be ... More info ›

Black Hills Tours for Single Traveler -  Departure time can be varied to fit your schedule.

We pick you up at your Rapid City hotel and make the 30 minute drive to Mt Rushmore. There we lead you through the Monument, pointing out the facilities and Grand View Terrace, Lincoln Borglum Museum and Video, Avenue of Flags, the museum and gift shop and recounting the history of how Mt Rushmore came to be. There is 20 minute movie for you to enjoy and then will be on your own to explore. There is a restaurant available that offers a variety of food and excellent ice cream. After meeting with your guide at a designated location we return you to your hotel.

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Badlands Standard or Premium Tour

Badlands Standard or Premium Tour - Rapid City, South Dakota
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Rapid City, South Dakota

From USD
$135.00

The serrated spires, weather-beaten buttes and cavernous gorges of the North Unit of the Badlands National Park offer unique scenery. It's home to a diverse variety of wildlife; prairie dogs, coyote, deer, bighorn sheep and antelope.

You will stop at the Ben Reifel Center (museum), the famous Wall Drug Store (famous old tourist trap that is worth the stop) and visit the new Minuteman National Historic Site ... More info ›

The serrated spires, weather-beaten buttes and cavernous gorges of the North Unit of the Badlands National Park offer unique scenery. It's home to a diverse variety of wildlife; prairie dogs, coyote, deer, bighorn sheep and antelope.

You will stop at the Ben Reifel Center (museum), the famous Wall Drug Store (famous old tourist trap that is worth the stop) and visit the new Minuteman National Historic Site. Remember "Duck and Cover."  


The Badlands tour begins in the morning with pickup at your Rapid City hotel. If you selected a standard, small-group tour of the North Unit Scenic Byway, you'll travel with a maximum of eight participants in a 14-passenger van. During the 1-hour drive to Badlands National Park, listen as your guide discusses the history of the Badlands and answers any questions you have.

At the entrance to the park, you'll stop for photos and views at the majestic Pinnacles Overlook. Then your guide drives the Loop, stopping at several more overlooks on your way to the Ben Reifel Visitor Center. Here, you'll stop for a picnic lunch and have a chance to visit the museum before continuing on the Loop to Cedar Pass. At Cedar Pass, you will have the option to walk the short Window and Door trails.

Exiting the park, you'll continue for a few miles to the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site and Information Center. Be prepared to revisit 1962 and the Cold War, including routine 'duck and cover' drills.

The final stop will be at the Wall Drug Store, a unique tourist attraction that offers shopping for anything you may think of, including 5-cent coffee and excellent doughnuts. You will be returned to your hotel in the afternoon.

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