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Tours in South Dakota starting from $2,706

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About South Dakota Tours

The state motto in South Dakota is “Under God the people rule.”

The sculpted faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln can be found on Mount Rushmore.

Bowdle has the tallest water tower in the state of South Dakota.

Jewel Cave is the third-longest cave in the world with more than 120 miles of passages.

Wind Cave contains the world’s largest display of a rare formation called boxwork.

The Black Hills Classic Motorcycle Rally originated in Sturgis.

Why go on a South Dakota tour?

A land of infinite variety, there is something for everyone on a South Dakota tour. From outdoor adventure and plenty of wildlife to several historical and cultural landmarks, travellers will not run out of things to see and do in this Midwestern city. You may begin your tour in the legendary city of Deadwood. Join the Kevin Costner’s Original Deadwood tour and explore this once lawless place. While in the area, you may want to visit Nelson’s Garage Car & Motorcycle Museum, which features automobiles from well-known movies and television shows. James Bond’s Aston Martin from “The Living Daylights,” and the Ferrari driven on “Magnum, P.I.” are among their many displays. There is also Mt. Moriah Cemetery which contains the graves of Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock, Potato Creek Johnny, and Preacher Smith.  Everything about this scenic and well-maintained area is a definite dream come true for historical buffs. And if this momentous venture is still not enough, you may view the Crazy Horse Memorial the next day – a mountain monument complex dedicated to all American Indians. Also don’t forget about the infamous Mount Rushmore National Memorial – a giant monument of four great American presidents that draws nearly three million visitors each year. A South Dakota tour is not complete without it!

When is the best time to go?

The most popular time to visit South Dakota is during summer, around Memorial Day and Labour Day. Around this time, temperatures tend to hover around 23C. Winter is not as busy but still attracts skiers, snowmobilers, and snow sports enthusiasts. On average, the temperature during winter is -11C. Meanwhile, fall starts out warm, and gets crisp and cool by November.

Experience the excitement of the Midwest by going on a South Dakota tour. To begin your planning, we invite you to speak with a travel agent who’s been there before! They can tell you more about this tour and help plan one memorable adventure!