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Why Book A Private Tour Of A National Park?

One question that gets asked a lot is “what is the difference between a private tour and a regular tour of a National Park?”  To explain not only what a private tour entails but also what are the benefits of a private tour, we should first begin by discussing what you are looking for. […]

By |October 30th, 2015|news|Comments Off on Why Book A Private Tour Of A National Park?|

Grand Canyon South Rim Vs West Rim, Which Is Better?

A common question that people traveling to the Southwest who want to see the Grand Canyon ask is “which is better, the South Rim or the West Rim?” While each destination has it’s great features, Bindlestiff Tours feels confident in our position that the South Rim is a far better experience for […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|news|Comments Off on Grand Canyon South Rim Vs West Rim, Which Is Better?|

National Parks Are Safer Than Cities

A recent incident at Zion National Park resulted in 3 hikers deaths and four additional missing people.  The incident occurred last week when a flash flood occurred, sweeping away the hikers who were navigating a slot canyon in the park.  Although the closure of the slot canyons happened too late to save the hikers […]

By |September 18th, 2015|news|Comments Off on National Parks Are Safer Than Cities|

Cooler Weather Makes National Park Exploration More Fun

As the cooler temperatures quickly move in to Las Vegas, and only about a month or so of triple digit temperatures can be expected, it is the perfect time to begin planning your Las Vegas vacation and considering allocating a few days toward exploration of our nearby National Parks.  One aspect of Las Vegas […]

By |September 9th, 2015|news|Comments Off on Cooler Weather Makes National Park Exploration More Fun|

Every Kid In A Park Program

“Every Kid In A Park” is a new initiative being put forth by the National Parks Service in celebration of it’s 100 year anniversary next year.  The initiative is being funded in part by increased funding of 45 million through the Department of the Interior to be put toward youth outreach programs, almost 20 […]

By |February 20th, 2015|news|Comments Off on Every Kid In A Park Program|

Private Hiking Tours Of Zion National Park

Bindlestiff Private Tours is one of the premier private tour companies in America, specializing in tours of the southwestern National Parks.  What makes the tours that are offered to adventure groups and the private tours so different is the completely customizable aspect that is gained when booking a private tour.  In addition to limiting […]

By |December 25th, 2014|news|Comments Off on Private Hiking Tours Of Zion National Park|

Should there be a buffer zone around National Parks?

As a tour operator that provides private tours from Vegas, there is consistently an interest from our clients to tour National Parks on their own terms, and with their small groups.  With a recent development at Saguaro National Park (one of our favorite private tour destinations) that would allow for development very near the […]

By |November 22nd, 2014|news|Comments Off on Should there be a buffer zone around National Parks?|

Yosemite Celebrates 125 years

Yosemite National Park was born on October 1, 1890 when then President Benjamin Harrison signed the legislation making the 1,500 acre area including Tuolumne Meadows, the high country, and Hetch Hetchy.  Although the Giant Sequoias of Mariposa Grove remained under California’s control until 1906, the area that is known as Yosemite National Park today was […]

By |October 3rd, 2014|news|Comments Off on Yosemite Celebrates 125 years|

Death Valley National Park Private Tours From Las Vegas

Death Valley National Park Private Tours From Las Vegas
Touring through Death Valley National Park, one of the most extreme environments on Earth, may sound like an intimidating endeavor. With the highest elevation sitting at 5,476 feet above the desert floor, and the lowest point at 282 feet below sea level, the diversity of landscape […]

By |July 7th, 2014|news|Comments Off on Death Valley National Park Private Tours From Las Vegas|

Celebrate America By Seeing It (Not Just Lighting Fireworks)

As the Fourth Of July approaches, and we are planning celebrations to pay homage to this great country that we call home by lighting off fireworks and grilling hot dogs, we stop for just a second to consider the fact that many people have never even seen many of the wonders that make this […]

By |June 27th, 2014|news|Comments Off on Celebrate America By Seeing It (Not Just Lighting Fireworks)|