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Cosmos Route 66 USA Honeymoon Package, USA

Budget : Luxury
Price : On Request
Duration : 14 Nights and 15 Days
Itinerary: Arizona, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oklahoma, St Louis, USA


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USA is the largest country in North America and one of the most popular tourism destination in the world. USA is also very popular destination as a romantic getaway and thousands of newlyweds visit USA as a honeymoon destination. This honeymoon package makes this even more special by presenting the most romantic getaway in this honeymoon tour - the legendary route 66. This historic route begins in Chicago and ends in Los Angeles passing through the most romantic and popular destinations of US including Springfield, St. Louis, Branson, Oklahoma, Amarillo, Albuquerque, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon National Park and Las Vegas.

This legendary and most romantic route takes you to the places perfectly suited for an ideal honeymoon trip. This tour has it all from the scenic natural landscapes to the modern cities to the historical and architectural wonders to amaze you. Spend the most beautiful moments of your life with your loved one in the midst of the most amazing and romantic destinations and capture the moments of your life to be remembered for the lifetime.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Chicago – Arrive at Chicago and Rest and Relax in hotel and rest of the dat at your leisure.

Day 2:
Chicago – Known as the “Windy City,” Chicago is home to America’s tallest building, legends such as Al Capone and his notorious gang and countless jazz and blues clubs. Experience this exciting city on a morning sightseeing tour. Spend the afternoon at leisure. Ride the elevator to the top of the Sears Tower, explore The Magnificent Mile with 460 stores in 8 city blocks, or stroll along Navy Pier. In the night, you may also join an optional Gangster Tour.

Day 3:
Chicago–Pontiac–Springfield- In the morning, immerse yourself in Route 66 memorabilia. Visit the ROUTE 66 Hall of Fame and Museum in Pontiac, housed in a historic fire station. See the large maps that will sketch out your Route 66 adventure for the coming days, and enjoy the nostalgic photos and postcards from the “Mother Road’s” heyday. Outside the museum, enjoy some of the outdoor murals depicting Route 66 themes scattered throughout the town center. Later, proceed to Springfield and the former home of President Abraham Lincoln. Visit his home and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.

Day 4:
Springfield–St. Louis This morning we cross the mighty Mississippi River and continue to St. Louis, “Gateway to the West.” Your orientation tour includes the towering Gateway Arch. Ride to the top of the 630-foot-tall arch for a panoramic view of the city and river. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. In the night, you must enjoy some famous St. Louis barbecue.

Day 5:
St. Louis–Branson- Travel through the Missouri countryside and then, proceed to Branson, one of America’s biggest music centres. In the evening, you may go for an optional tour and enjoy an award-winning buffet dinner and one of Branson’s top shows. Your tour director will have further details.

Day 6:
Branson–Oklahoma City – Depart from the Ozarks and travel through America’s “Bible Belt” into Cowboy Country. After a quick drive through Kansas, enter Oklahoma, once known as the Indian Territory. Stopover in Claremore to visit the Will Rogers Memorial Museum. Born on a sprawling frontier ranch in Oklahoma, Will Rogers of Indian origin was a cowboy, a movie and Broadway star, a writer, a speaker, a comedian, and a world figure. View his collection of saddles, photos and manuscripts that reflect on his incredible life. Later today, arrive in Oklahoma City.

Day 7:
Oklahoma City–Amarillo- A city tour this morning includes the National Cowboy Hall Of Fame and Western Heritage Museum, a national memorial to the American cowboy. See exhibits that include Native Americans, the American cowboy, rodeo and more. A “must-see” is Prosperity Junction, a recreated wstern town. From here, travel to Clinton, Oklahoma, where you’ll visit the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, home to vintage cars, neon signs, a ‘50s diner, and drive-in theatre. Continue through the rolling hill country into Texas and on to Amarillo, the state’s oil capital. Get into the Lone Star spirit tonight with our optional dinner of juicy Texas steak, served with heaps of Wild West atmosphere.

Day 8:
Amarillo–Tucumcari–Santa Rosa–Albuquerque – On the way out of Amarillo, see Cadillac Ranch, a quirky art sculpture consisting of a collection of 10 Cadillacs. Before crossing into New Mexico, reach Adrian, the halfway point on Route 66. Next, stop at Tucumcari to hear the ancient Indian fable of how the city received its name. Shop for souvenirs at Tepee Curios, and see the neon signs of the Blue Swallow Motel that has been serving travelers of Route 66 since 1939. Continue along old Route 66 west to Santa Rosa. Look for the signs of the good ol’ days: Comet Drive-In, Silver Moon, Sun and Sand, and the still-grinning faces of Fat Man billboards outside of town. Visit the Route 66 Auto Museum to see memorabilia and cars of the era. Upon arrival in Albuquerque, an included guided walking tour features Albuquerque’s Old Town, site of the city’s original settlement. Next, visit Central Avenue, where many of the original Route 66 buildings and businesses still stand.

Day 9:
Albuquerque – Enjoy a leisurely breakfast or sunbathe in the New Mexico sunshine this morning. Consider a short walk to Old Town, site of the city’s original settlement. Hone your bargaining skills with the local craftsmen who line the square to sell their lovely silver and turquoise jewelry. Visit the renowned Albuquerque Museum of Art and History that features Southwestern art and 400 years of Albuquerque history. After spending the rest of the day exploring more of this impressive city, seize the chance to ride the world’s longest aerial tramway up near Sandia Peak Mountain and witness spine-tingling views of the desert floor, forests and canyons below.

Day 10:
Albuquerque–Gallup–Holbrook–Winslow–Flagstaff – This morning, visit Acoma Sky City, home of the Pueblo Indians, situated on 357-foot-high sandstone rock. It is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited village in the United States. Learn about this city and its inhabitants, and explore Acoma pottery and jewelry. Then, cross the Continental Divide and continue to Gallup, which also claims a longtime Hollywood connection. From Redskin, filmed in 1929, to the more recent Adventures of Superman, the area has provided unequaled movie scenery. Spend the night in Flagstaff, nestled at the base of the San Francisco Mountains.

Day 11:
Flagstaff–Grand Canyon National Park – Deviate from Route 66 to see one of the Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon. Wander along the canyon rim and experience breathtaking views. Perhaps join the optional helicopter “flightseeing” tour. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in the Grand Canyon National Park.

Day 12:
Grand Canyon National Park–Williams–Seligman–Las Vegas – Return to Route 66 and drive past the historic Williams, which is listed in the National Register for Historic Places. Make sure to appreciate the neon signs of the intact circa 1940s “Motel Row.” Later, visit Seligman, home to the rebirth of Route 66. Take a detour once again from Route 66 to visit the bright lights and excitement of Las Vegas.

Day 13:
Las Vegas – Enjoy the day at leisure. Relax by the pool or explore the world-renowned Las Vegas Strip. Ride the world’s highest rollercoaster, float through a Venice canal, or see man-eating sharks up close—it’s all possible in Las Vegas. Don’t miss downtown Las Vegas, where you’ll find the Fremont Street Experience, five city blocks enclosed in a glass atrium and filled with dazzling lights, sounds and action. A variety of optional excursions are available, including a float trip through dramatic Black Canyon on the Colorado River. In the evening, join an optional night out for a dazzling show featuring top Vegas entertainment.

Day 14:
Las Vegas–Los Angeles – Today, depart from the exciting city of Las Vegas and cross the Mojave Desert and the San Bernardino Mountains en route to Los Angeles. Later, stop in Barstow to visit the Route 66 Mother Road Museum, which displays a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert communities. Continue on to Los Angeles, the “Capital of Glamour.” Join us tonight for an optional farewell dinner celebrating your journey along “America’s Main Street.”

Day 15:
Los Angeles The trip ends today with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Los Angeles international Airport are included. You can extend your vacation with extra nights and explore Los Angeles further with a variety of exciting optional activities.

City-wise Hotel Options

  • Los Angeles – The L.A. Hotel Downtown (or similar hotel)
  • Springfield – Hilton Springfield Downtown (or similar hotel)
  • Chicago – Essex Inn (or similar hotel)
  • St. Louis – Drury Inn Union Station (or similar hotel)
  • Grand Canyon National Park – Grand Canyon National Park Lodges (or similar hotel)
  • Las Vegas – Harrahs Las Vegas (or similar hotel)
  • Branson – Comfort Inn Thousand Hills (or similar hotel)
  • Amarillo – Holiday Inn (or similar hotel)
  • Oklahoma City – Best Western Plus Saddleback Inn (or similar hotel)
  • Flagstaff – Drury Inn & Suites (or similar hotel)
  • Albuquerque – Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn (or similar hotel)

Price: From Rs 183799 per person
Duration: 14 Nights and 15 Days


  • International Flight from Ex Mumbai/ Ex Delhi to Chicago and out of Los Angeles on Economy Class.
  • Accommodation
  • Enjoy 5 continental breakfasts
  • Sightseeing:In Chicago, Oklahoma City, Albuquerque and Los Angeles; Orientation in St. Louis; Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, Gateway Arch, Will Rogers Memorial Museum, Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, Route 66 Auto Museum and Route 66 Mother Road Museum.
    Scenic Highlights: Route 66, Acoma Sky City, Grand Canyon National Park, Route 66 icons: Cadillac Ranch, Tucumcari, and Wigwam Village
  • Inside visits and special features are shown in the description, including admission charges when applicable.
  • Private, deluxe air-conditioned motor coach while touring.
  • Services of a professional tour director for the entire tour

Customized Honeymoon Tour Package

If you are not able to make up your mind from any of the tour itinerary or hotels listed above in Cosmos Route 66 USA Honeymoon Package, then we can also make changes and provide a customized, tailor-made romantic honeymoon vacations, especially for you. We can modify this package as per your budget, duration as well as the tourist places you’d like to visit or whether airfare should be included or not. This customization helps you make the best out of your honeymoon package with your loved one and keep the candle of romance burning.

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