National Parks & Monuments of South Dakota - Vacation for Jewish Singles - Amazing Journeys
  • National Parks & Monuments of South Dakota

  • July 30 – Aug 5, 2021
  • Starting from $2699
  • For Jewish Singles of All Ages
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Take in the fresh air and enjoy a different perspective as you view native lands and wander through the Wild West. Visit National Parks, Monuments and State Parks as we visit several of the most famous sites in South Dakota, even peeking across the border into Wyoming. The most famous, Mount Rushmore, was built as a National Monument in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1941, when four US presidents were forever memorialized into the side of a granite mountain. We’ll view it by daylight and then again at night when it is illuminated. We’ll visit the Crazy Horse Memorial, also in the Black Hills. This unfinished monument has the distinction of being the largest granite carving in the world! Travel to Badlands National Park where vibrant colors and rock formations will be on view. Come with us to Deadwood National Historic Monument where gold, gambling, and gunpowder were the order of the day. At Custer’s State Park, be on the lookout for local wildlife including sheep or elk, before we take it up a notch on our Buffalo Safari in an open-air jeep as we look out for herds of buffalo. Join together with Jewish singles from across the US as we explore the Badlands and the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Our tour is limited to only 25 people, allowing for a more personalized experience, and for us to be more socially distanced and our days on the bus more spread out.

Please note, all of the photos you see on this page were taken pre-Covid.

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