Badlands National Park Tour


           Badlands National Park with entrance fees included we tour the entire loop road with many picture stops

All tours stop at the Delta 0-9 outdoor site for a rare look at a Minuteman missile in the silo

We show Badlands National Parks short movie on the way to the park

Five – six hour contactless tours we can make a short non contactless stop at the World Famous Wall Drug Store by request only

Eight hour tour we stop at the Badlands visitors center for a look at the displays – Visit the Minutemen Visitors center displays – lunch & shopping at the World Famous Wall Drug Store

100% contactless limo guest seating is the middle & rear with large comfortable leather bench seats facing each other with a partition/window with its own separate heat-a/c 

Open limo seating is three large comfortable leather bench seats all facing forward without a partition for up to seven guests

Center of seats work great for children or petite persons

5-6 hour tour rates $219.50 each for first two guests & $50.00 each for up to two – four more guests, max of four adults, min two guests required. Open inside limo tours for up to seven guests not available for booking at this time

8 hour tour rates 249.50 each for the first two guests & $60.00 each for up to five more guests.  Open inside limo tours for up to seven guests. 8 hour tours not available for booking at this time

Custom tours are a speciality we go where you want, call for details

Gratuities are not included & are suggested

For a full cash refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the tour. Under 48 hours no refund

Reservations – Information open seven days 8am – 9pm M.S.T. 1-605-391-9001

Five – six hour Badlands free tour pickup in Rapid City & Boxelder tours pickup at 8am & back about 1:30 in time for a late lunch

Eight hour Badlands tour pickup at 8am & back about four

Toddler seats, drinks & snacks are not included please bring your own

Limousines are alcohol & smoke free

Limousines are disinfected using UVC lights then cleaned

Thanks to South Dakota Department of Tourism for Pictures