Bindlestiff Tours

Self Driving Professional Tours Of National Parks

As we begin to adjust our lives to the new version of normal as a result of the Coronavirus and all of the social distancing restrictions that have come into play, we find ourselves becoming interested in things that we may have overlooked in the past.  For example, there has been an uptick in the amount of search interest with regards to national parks, probably due to the fact that they are outdoors as well as being a wonderful way for a family to spend time together.  Because all of the other distractions are closed, and all of the things that you were considering doing in your hometown in order to kill some time this weekend are shut down, many people are now becoming interested in the national parks of this country.  One of the reasons that some people had not been to the national park of their choosing has been that they are a little intimidated by the fact that they do not know where they’re going or what are the best things to do once they arrive at the national park.  This is why tour companies like ours have been able to offer the service of professional tours of national parks for so many years.  People want to get out and see the national park spaces of this country, and they enjoy having a professional tour guide to not only show them where to go but also give insightful information about the area that they are experiencing.  Typically, our tours will involve leaving Las Vegas in a bus that transports you to the national park along with several other people who were interested in doing the same.  Our tours usually have about 12 people to a group and are very much of an adventure instead of being a simple sightseeing tour.  With the Coronavirus epidemic showing no signs of coming to an end anytime soon, we’re finding that people have begun to venture out on their own to these national parks.  In order to avoid being confined into a bus or van for an extended period of time, they are taking their own car and driving themselves.  The only thing that they lack is a professional tour guide who can not only give them information about where they are going as well as planning out all of the aspects of a professional tour for you.  Luckily, we are now offering self-driving tours of our national parks in the southwestern region of the United States.  All of the aspects of the tour and camping will be handled for you, as well as the critical gear that will be necessary for you to spend an overnight time in the national parks will be provided.  You will simply arrange for participation in our self-driving course and then drive your own car to the location where you will be met by your guide.  It has all of the benefits of professional national parks tour without the closeness.