In honor of next year’s 100th anniversary of the founding of
the National Park Service, Globus is introducing a 103-day tour called
Centennial Celebration: 100 Days of GoParks.
This celebratory tour will take travelers to 35 national
parks, with highlights including Glacier National Park in Montana; Denali National Park and
Preserve in Alaska; Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona; Custer State Park in South
Dakota; the Gloria Ferrer Caves and Vineyards, Yosemite and Death Valley in
California; Acadia National Park in Maine; and the Dobbin House Tavern in Pennsylvania.
The tour includes a seven-day Alaska cruise on Holland America Line's Zaandam.
On day 74 of the nearly three-month tour, guests will have
the opportunity to have dinner with Globus President and CEO Scott Nisbet.
The tour begins on July 7 in Honolulu and ends on Oct. 17 in
Las Vegas. It is priced from $27,000 per person, not including air.
Since 2011, Globus’ parent company has partnered with the
National Park Foundation, to which Globus donates 1% of the revenue for every
traveler who books one of the company 24 GoParks! tours.