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  • 2 weeks August 2021 (exact dates t.b.c.)

  • California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, USA

  • Good 3* and 4* travel hotels

  • Flights to Los Angelos, private local bus

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A once-in-a-lifetime trip: 2500+ miles, 4 US States, 10 National Parks, numerous National Monuments, 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, famous cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, entertainment capitals Las Vegas and Hollywood, amazing panoramic views from desserts to the Pacific, the world’s largest trees, the world’s hottest place, cultural highlights, industrial highlights, natural highlights, and so much more. This is a truly an unforgettable experience! And all you have to do is to show up for your flight and Expat Club arranges the rest. We will stay in good hotels, organise a comfortable private coach, book pre-reserved tours and entries, meet with local experts and representatives of Native Americans.

During this (about) 2-week road trip we will truly introduce you to the Southwest of the United States of the America. We invite everyone who wants to join, from solo travellers to couples, and from young to old. Expat Club is open to anyone who wants to meet other international people from Brussels and Belgium. Of course this included international Belgians too, as well as their guests and other interested people. We will do much as a group, but there will be much time to discover several of the destinations on your own as well.

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Overview

What is included in this trip?

  • Flights to Los Angeles with reputable airline
  • 1 checked luggage of 20-23kg
  • 1 hand luggage and personal item
  • Airport transfers
  • Transportation by comfortable bus with professional driver
  • Accommodation in good 3* and 4* hotels, incl. breakfast
  • Welcome & Farewell dinner
  • A great group of international people
  • A lifetime memory

What is optional?

  • Single room
  • Premium Economy / Business Class flights
  • Grand Canyon helicopter ride
  • Additional days at start / end of trip

Who can join us?

Expat Club welcomes everyone who feels like joining an open-minded international group of expats and Belgians. Most of our participants are 30-65 years old with some younger and some older, and work in a variety of fields (EU, NATO, NGO, diplomacy, corporate, academics). 

    • Members & non-members
    • Expats & (international) Belgians
    • All ages, including children (minimum 8 years advised due to topic)
    • Singles / couples / retirees / friends / colleagues / families

Expat Club & families

Expat Club welcomes families on board. For this trip, however, be aware that the driving times are considerable and therefore probably not nice for smaller programs. Please contact us for more information and before making a reservation, so we can give you a proper discount and can assign the right rooms for you.

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Program

 

Day 1 – Flight to Los Angeles
Day 2 – Joshua Tree National Park & Palm Springs
Day 3 – Organ Pipe Cactus Park, Kitt Peak

 

 

Road trip

This will be the trip of a lifetime. If you have never been to the United States, be prepared for an amazing adventure through one of the world’s most scenic regions. The Southwest offers endless panoramas in all shapes and colours

 

Logo National Parks

The United States National Parks
“The United States has 62 protected areas known as National Parks that are operated by the National Park Service, an agency of the Department of the Interior. National parks must be established by an act of the United States Congress. A bill creating the first national park, Yellowstone, was signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872, followed by

Mackinac National Park in 1875 (decommissioned in 1895), and then Rock Creek Park (later merged into National Capital Parks), Sequoia and Yosemite in 1890. The Organic Act of 1916 created the National Park Service “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.” Many current national parks had been previously protected as national monuments by the president under the Antiquities Act before being upgraded by Congress. Seven national parks (including six in Alaska) are paired with a national preserve, areas with different levels of protection that are administered together but considered separate units and whose areas are not included in the figures below. Criteria for the selection of national parks include natural beauty, unique geological features, unusual ecosystems, and recreational opportunities (though these criteria are not always considered together). National monuments, on the other hand, are frequently chosen for their historical or archaeological significance. Fourteen national parks are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHS), while 21 national parks are designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserves (BR). Eight national parks are designated in both UNESCO programs.” (Source: Wikipedia)

During this trip you will have the opportunity to see the following highlights:

  • Joshua Tree NP
  • Grand Canyon NP, UNESCO WHS
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park NM
  • Arches NP
  • Canyonlands NP
  • Capitol Reef NP
  • Bryce Canyon NP
  • Zion MP
  • Death Valley NP
  • Kings Canyon NP
  • Sequoia Canyon NP
  • Yosemite NP
  • Hoover Dam
  • Area 51
  • Alcatraz
  • Pacific Highway 1

The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.

 

Los Angeles Panorama

Downtown Los Angeles – Larry Gibson – Shutterstock

Los Angeles
The City of Angels is the United States’ second largest city in terms of inhabitants, but in terms of size the metropolitan area (including Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Anaheim, Long Beach, San Bernardino, Pasadena etc) it is considerably larger than New York. From the most Northern parts to the South it measures over 80 miles and even more from East to West. The total area would cover around 40% of Belgium!!! We will arrive at the famous LAX Los Angeles International Airport, which welcomed almost 90 million passengers per year. There are many things to visit in LA, although people perceive the city differently than New York or Chicago since everything is so widespread. For that reason we will only spend the arrival day in LA, start our road trip on the second day and reserve the last days to explore LA further.

Los Angeles highway

Highways in downtown Los Angeles | © f11photo -Shutterstock

 

 

Palm Springs
“Palm Springs, a city in the Sonoran Desert of southern California, is known for its hot springs, stylish hotels, golf courses and spas. It’s also noted for its many fine examples of midcentury-modern architecture. Its core shopping district along Palm Canyon Drive features vintage boutiques, interior design shops and restaurants. The surrounding Coachella Valley offers hiking, biking and horseback riding trails” (Source: Wikipedia). Palm Springs is the perfect waterhole before we really begin our journey to and through the rugged landscape of the Western United States.

 

Palm Springs palmtrees

Guess why this town its called Palm Springs | © Cameron Cross – Shutterstock

 

Palm Springs Tramway

We take the cable car up to 2596m from Palm Springs | © Cameron Cross – Shutterstock

 

 

Joshua Tree National Park – Where two deserts meet
Two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together in Joshua Tree National Park. A fascinating variety of plants and animals make their homes in a land sculpted by strong winds and occasional torrents of rain. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic features add to the wonder of this vast wilderness in southern California. (Source: www.nps.gov)

 

Joshua Tree NP

Joshua Tree National Park, our first NP | © William Silver – Shutterstock

 

Joshua tree age

The Joshua Tree can live for many hundreds of years | © lilyling1982 – Shutterstock

 

 

Slab City – The Last Free Place
Slab City is also known as The Slabs. It’s a renegade community located in the Sonoran Desert in Southeast California, attracting artists, retirees and a wide range of other people who purposefully want to escape the trappings of society.

Salvation Mountain Slab

Salvation Mountain at the beginning of Slab City | © Barna Tanko – Shutterstock

 

Slab City Caravan

One of the many RVs in Slab City | © Barna Tanko – Shutterstock

 

 

Arizona
The second state we visit will be Arizona. This is the 6th largest state in the United States and the 14th most populous one. The capital is Phoenix (1.700.000), which is also the capital, followed by Tucson (553.000), Mesa (527.000), Chandler (268.000) and Scotsdale (262.000). It is the last continental State admitted to the Union in only 1912, and was part of Mexico from 1821 until 1853.

 

Arizona Road Sign

Welcome to Arizona, the Grand Canyon State | ©Mike Flippo – Shutterstock

 

Colorado Yuma Bridge

Our first meeting with the Colorado river in Yuma | © Sherwood  Shutterstock

 

Yuma Lakes Arizona

The Yuma Lakes in Yuma, an oasis in dry landscape | Cheri Alguire – Shutterstock

 

US-Mexican border Arizona

The United States – Mexican border in Southern Arizona. We will drive at just a few hundred meters from this border. Taking pictures is generally not a good idea (thank you for this one Bill!), but we’ll try to get a bit more information about the local situation while passing through this area. | © Bill Lawson – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Organ Pipe Cactus

Cactuses can be found anywhere in the Southwest, but these ones are just spectacular and worth a little d-tour. | © Bennekom – Shutterstock

Organ Pipe National Monument
The park was created in 1937 as a way to preserve a representative area of the Sonoran Desert. The new monument was part of a movement in the National Parks to protect not just scenic wonders but also the ecological wonders of the country. Over 75 years later, Organ Pipe Cactus is now one of the best preserved examples of the Sonoran Desert wilderness. (Source: www.nps.gov)

 

Arizona Cactus Park

The Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a fabulous landscape | © Steve Bruckmann – Shutterstock

 

Arizona Cactus Park

Some Arizona Organ Pipe grow up to 7-8 meters high | © Anton Foltin – Shutterstock

 

Kitt Peak Observatory
“Established in 1964 and in its sixth decade of operations, the Kitt Peak Visitor Center has been enjoyed by more than two million people.  Our guests experience the largest and most diverse collection of research telescopes in any one place in the world. Three of the nearly two dozen active telescopes on Kitt Peak are dedicated solely to public viewing in our world-renowned nightly stargazing programs.” (source: website visitor centre Kitt Peak)

With such a self-introduction we hardly have to sell a visit to this unique place. Kitt Peak Observatory is 2133 meters above sea level in a very dry land climate with 300+ days of sunshine. Can you imagine that the viewing from up there is about as good as it gets? We know, we have been there, and it is totally awesome! The number of stars and the intensity is just amazing, and the high quality guided tour makes it even better. This is literally the highlight of our epic road trip.

 

Kitt Peak Arizona

One of the top places in the world for astronomy, Kitt Peak in Southern Arizona | © Bill Florence – Shutterstock

 

Kitt Peak Arizona

When the sun sets and the night falls, we will be learning about the stars. It is a fabulous experience, we know first-hand!  You can easily see Tucson (60km) and Phoenix (100km) in the distance | © John A Davis – Shutterstock

 

Kitt Peak Arizona

The McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope is the largest solar instrument in the world. | © PhotoTrippingAmerica – Shutterstock

 

 

Tucson

Tucson Arizona City

After our visit to Kitt Peak we will look for our hotel in Tucson | © Sean Pavone –  Shutterstock

 

Tucson plane boneyard

Tucson has the world’s largest airplane boneyards. Hundreds of small and big airplanes are parked here, waiting to be scrapped. We will definitely drive around the area, and possibly visit it with a guide inside. | © gokturk – Shutterstock

 

 

Phoenix

Phoenix City Arizona

Phoenix, the capital of Arizona has almost 1.7 million inhabitants. © Sean Pavone – Shutterstock

 

Taliesin West Arizona

UNESCO World Heritage Site Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter residence | by Lar (own work), via Wikimedia Commons

 

Saguaros Phoenix Arizona

The Saguaros cactuses can grow up to a whopping 12 meter! Here at Sunset in front of Superstition Mountains in the Sonoran Desert near Phoenix. | © Anton Foltin – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Arizona Mountains Sedona

The landscape becomes more rugged the more North we go | © Alexey Stiop – Shutterstock

 

 

Sedona Arizona

Sedona, a popular tourist spot in Arizona | © Alexey Stiop – Shutterstock

 

Chapel Cross Sedona

Sedona’s most famous landmark, the Chapel of the Holy Cross | © cpaulfell – Shutterstock

 

Route 66 sign

Once we leave Sedona, we soon intersect with the world’s most famous road, the Route 66. © Mike Flippo – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Coconino Courthouse Flagstaff

The old sandstone Coconino County courthouse dating back to 1894 in Flagstaff. | © Chris Curtis – Shutterstock

Flagstaff
We

will certainly two remarkable spots “near” Flagstaff (still 50km away), namely two totally different craters.

 

Meteor Crater Road

The first crater is the result of an extra-terrestrial landing in Arizona, a landing that caused a crater with a diameter of almost 1,2km! | © Mishella – Shutterstock

 

Meteor Crater Site

This gigantic hole was created in a split-second. | © ArtWand – Shutterstock

 

Sunset Crater monument

The second crater, the Sunset Crater, is of a complete different type. | © Jeffrey M. Frank – Shutterstock

 

Sunset Crater Arizona

Sunset Crater and Lenox Crater Volcanoes were born in a series of eruptions sometime between 1040 and 1100. Powerful explosions profoundly affected the lives of the local population and forever changed the landscape and ecology of the area… 900 years later, Sunset Crater is still the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. The volcano’s red rim and the dark lava flows seem to have cooled and hardened to a jagged surface only yesterday. As plants return, so do the animals that use them for food and shelter. And so do human visitors, intrigued by this opportunity to see natures response to a volcanic eruption. (Source: NPS website) | © Hakan Ozturk |  Shutterstock

 

 

 

Grand Canyon Panorama

Flagstaff is the perfect base for a visit to the Grand Canyon. This may very well be the world’s most famous park. | © Hakat – Shutterstock

Grand Canyon National Park

 

Grand Canyon Entrance

Entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park | © Jane Rix – Shutterstock

 

Grand Canyon Arizona

The dimensions are truly impressive, the width, the depth, the colours. | © Alexey Suloev – Shutterstock

 

Grand Canyon Arizona

Millions and millions of years it took for the Colorado river to sculpt these shapes. | ©  Amanda Mohler – Shutterstock

 

 

Utah

Utah State border

The 3rd State on our epic road trip, Utah | ©  Maria Uspenskaya –  Shutterstock

 

Monument Valley Utah

The world famous Monument Valley is located at a 250km stone’s throw from the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. | © Berganti Studi – Shutterstock

 

Monument Valley Utah

Remember the Marlboro Man ads? | © Lucky-photographer – Shutterstock

 

Monument Valley Utah

We will be driving the 17 mile loop through Monument Valley | © Ernst Prettenthaler – Shutterstock

 

Monument Valley Utah

The colours are amazing. | © Valley Julien Hautcoeur – Shutterstock

 

 

Arches National Park

Arches National Park

The amazing Arches National Park | © Yongyut Kumsri – Shutterstock

 

Arches National Park

The balancing stone looks like it comes straight from the Flintstones. | © Alexander Davidovich – Shutterstock

 

Arches National Park

The Double Arch | © Checubus – Shutterstock

 

Arches National Park

A whopping 2000 (!!) arches can be found in Arches National Park | © Darren J. Bradley – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Canyonlands National Park

The entrance road to the Canyonlands National Park is only 10km from the entrance to Arches National Park. | © Jason Patrick Ross – Shutterstock

 

National Park Canyonlands

Also here we can see amazing landscapes | © Anton Foltin – Shutterstock

 

Colorado River Canyonlands

Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park | © Scott Prokop – Shutterstock

 

 

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City

With about 1.2 million people in the metropolitan area, Utah’s Salt Lake City hosts the headquarters of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. | © Jason Finn – Shutterstock

 

Salt Lake City

The headquarters of the Mormon Church | © Wangkun Jia – Shutterstock

 

Salt Lake Utah

The gigantic Salt Lake | © Marco Regalia – Shutterstock

 

Salt Lake Utah

The dried up salt lakes form vast areas | © welcomia – Shutterstock_221463889

 

 

Three parks in a row
From Salt Lake City we go South again, to Sin City, better known as Las Vegas. The distance is almost 700km, if you would take the direct boring highway… But luckily there are severals super things to with a few d-tours, including Capitol Reef National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park.

 

Capitol Reef NP

Lesser known, but totally worth the d-tour. The Capitol Reef National Park | © welcomia – Shutterstock

 

Capitol Reef NP

Layered red rock formations | © Mark Smith – Shutterstock

 

Capitol Reef NP

A road trip how it is meant to be | © Tricia Daniel – Shutterstock

 

 

 

 

Bryce National Park

Of course we also visit the relatively small but intensely beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park. | © James Marvin Phelps – Shutterstock

 

Bryce National Park

Pinnacle formations | © Canadastock – Shutterstock

 

Bryce National Park

Also in Bryce you can see natural bridge formations. | © Ekaterina Pokrovsky – Shutterstock

 

Bryce National Park

Bryce Canyon has several shorter walks along these pinnacles | © JV FOTO – Shutterstock

 

Bryce National Park

Balancing rock | © Karel Triska – Shutterstock

 

Zion National Park

Before we leave Utah, we have to see Zion National Park as well | © James Marvin Phelps – Shutterstock

 

Zion National Park

We drive and walk through the canyon | © evenfh – Shutterstock

 

Zion National Park

Water carved out amazing shapes and tunnels in Zion | © Erik Harrison – Shutterstock

 

Zion National Park

A river runs through it | © Kris Wiktor – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Panorama Las Vegas

Sin City…  Las Vegas in the middle of the Nevada desert | © bumpus – Shutterstock

Las Vegas

We will be staying at least 2 nights in Las Vegas to get some rest, make an excursion to the Hoover Dam, and to enjoy the many shows. Gambling is optional, but we certainly think you should at least test your luck with one dollar.And remember, what happens in Las Vegas, stay in Las Vegas!

Strip Las Vegas

The strip with its many famous resorts and casinos | © Sean Pavone – Shutterstock

 

Hotels Las Vegas

Paris, Venice, Bellagio, New York, in Vegas everything comes together | © Sean Pavone – Shutterstock

 

Venetian Las Vegas

The Venetian Hotel and Casino | © Sean Pavone – Shutterstock

 

Slot Machine Vegas

There are about 200.000 one-armed bandits in Las Vegas | © welcomia – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Hoover Dam Monument

The famous Hoover Dam, an engineering marvel of the 20th century | © Edmund Lowe – Photography – Shutterstock

Hoover Dam

 

 

Hoover Dam Bridge

The Hoover Dam was finished in 1936. The Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge was finished in 2010. | © scullydion – Shutterstock

 

 

Extraterrestrial Highway Nevada

Spot ET on the Extraterrestrial highway near area 51 | © ocphoto – Shutterstock

 

Area 51 Nevada

A sure way to get into trouble. Area 51 is still what it is, one big secret. | © CloudOnePhoto – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Death Valley California

One of the hottest places on the planet, and we’ll be driving straight through it | © canadastock – Shutterstock

 

Death Valley California

It’s called valley for a reason. | © canadastock – Shutterstock

 

Badwater Death Valley California

At 85.5 meters below sea level Death Valley’s Badwater is one of the lowest points on the planet. | © Aperture Exposure Images – Shutterstock

 

Death Valley California

Also here we will see spectacular landscapes | © Dan Sedran – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Sequoia National Park

Stand next to Giants in the Sequoia National Park | © P.Burghardt – Shutterstock

 

Sequoia National Park

Here we’ll find the world’s largest trees | © Lucky-photographer – Shutterstock

 

Kings Canyon California

Kings Canyon is located next to Sequoia Park | © ricks – Shutterstock

 

Kings Canyon California

And again a river runs through it. | © Kings Canyon – Leene Shutterstock

 

Kings Canyon California

A true paradise or tree huggers. And if you weren’t one yet, you’ll become one here | © Asif Islam – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Yosemite National Park

Our final big National Park we visit on this trip, the world-famous Yosemite National Park, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. | © Seungki –  LEE – Shutterstock

 

Yosemite National Park

Welcome to Yosemite National Park | © Maks Ershov – Shutterstock

 

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite is home to the world’s steepest cliffs. | © Andrew Opila – Shutterstock

 

Yosemite National Park

The famous El Capitan cliff. | © Andrew S – Shutterstock

 

 

 

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite is home to some amazing waterfalls. | © shaferaphoto – Shutterstock

 

 

 

 

We will cross the Golden Gate Bridge to arrive in San Francisco. | © prochasson frederic – Shutterstock

 

City of almost 900.000 people, but a tenfold in the wider metropolitan area including San Jose and Oakland. | © kropic1 – Shutterstock

 

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Hollyhock House LA

Hollyhock by Frank Lloyd Wright, our final UNESCO World Heritage Site | © Wangkun Jia – Shutterstock

 

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Hotels

This is a real road trip, which means we will be staying in a new hotel almost every night. At some spots we will stay a second night, but be prepared to check-in and check-out often. As with all our trips, we will make sure to get good, safe, clean and comfortable hotels in the 3* or 4* categories, with good reviews (e.g. Best Western, Hampton Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, Holiday Inn Express). Location is generally less important for this trip, because hotels are mostly outside the town centres. Besides, we have our own bus and in the US one needs to drive to get anywhere anyway. Breakfast will be included.

In the hotel you can choose between the following room options, all include a private bathroom:

      • Single room (normally with 1 large bed, with surcharge)
      • Double room (1 large bed, for couples, no surcharge)
      • Twin room (2 single beds, for 2 friends travelling together)
      • Twin room (2 single beds, for 2 single travellers who would like to avoid the single surcharge)
      • Triple / family rooms (double bed + single bed / sofa, upon request only)


Expat Club room sharing for single travellers
If you are joining this trip on your own, you can of course take a single room, but then you pay a surcharge (you can indicate this during the booking process). However, you can also opt for the Expat Club room sharing service. This means you do not pay the single surcharge. During the outbound journey we will introduce you to the other travellers who also want to share a room. We do not assign a room partner, but you can mutually agree to share the room. We only offer female/female and male/male rooms (male upon request only). This is a great way to save some money while you get to know another nice person on this trip.

 

 

Transportation

We are flying in and out of Los Angeles LAX. The choice of our airline is not yet known, but is likely Air France – KLM or Lufthansa, so with one stop in Paris, Amsterdam or Frankfurt. We will inform you at a later point about this. Please note that we are flying as a group. Business Class, and an earlier arrival to or later departure from Los Angeles may be possible, but we cannot confirm this yet. One checked-luggage is included for everyone.

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