Partnership with Native Americans Tours
Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills, and more!
Experience in person the opportunity and hope your gifts make possible as you tour PWNA sites. Visit places and people where your PWNA donations are making a difference. Also, enjoy
awe-inspiring trips to Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore, Cody, Wyoming, Little Bighorn Battlefield and much more.
Sunday, September 10 - Arrive in Billings, MT. Depending on your arrival time, the rest of the day is free to enjoy as you wish. That evening, meet staff and fellow travelers at a welcome reception and dinner.
Monday, September 11 - We will begin our tour with a trip to the distinctly western town of Cody, Wyoming, the historic home of Buffalo Bill Cody and the Cody Museums - the Whitney Gallery, Plains Indian Museum, Cody Firearms Museum, & the Buffalo Bill Museum. In the afternoon, we will follow the South Loop of Yellowstone National Park, where we will visit Yellowstone Lake, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Anticipate close-up views of elk, bison, and a host of other wildlife. Evening finds us in West Yellowstone, Montana where we will spend the night.
Tuesday, September 12 - Today we will take in sights at Fountain Paint Pots and Old Faithful Geyser as it shoots thousands of gallons of steaming water into the air! Our tour of Yellowstone Park ends as we travel out the North entrance of the park with a stop at Mammoth Hot Springs’ calcium terraces. This evening we make our way back to Billings, MT.
Wednesday, September 13 - We get an early start today and arrive at Little Bighorn Battlefield where Custer was defeated by the Sitting Bull. From here we head down to Sheridan, Wyoming for lunch and then an afternoon visit to Devil’s Tower. We will arrive that evening in Deadwood, SD where you can try your luck in the casinos if you find that interesting.
Thursday, September 14 - Today, we will be visiting Mount Rushmore, one of the most iconic sites in the West. We will have lunch there and then head over to the Crazy Horse Monument and Interpretive Center. You will want to spend time in the bookstore perusing the collection of Native American themed books. From here we will travel to Rapid City for the night.
Friday, September 15 - We will need an early start as we head out to the site of the Wounded Knee Massacre in December, 1890. You will hear a first-hand account of this event from the Native American perspective, and also hear of the events that occurred in 1973, when members of the American Indian Movement occupied the town of Wounded Knee. Late afternoon will find us back at PWNA headquarters for a tour and farewell dinner.
Saturday, September 16 - Depart for Home.