South Dakota Group Tours Information
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Check out the itinerary section, which gives a sampling of the hundreds of potential routes and themes that can be tailored to build the perfect South Dakota tour for your groups and for foreign independent travelers (FIT). GO >
From complete ground arrangements to step-on guide services, South Dakota's receptive operators stand ready to assist in planning your South Dakota tour. GO >
Becoming acquainted with South Dakota motorcoach regulations and doing some pre-trip planning will save time for a pleasant tour. You will find the information, charts and regulations in this section useful and necessary when finalizing your plans. GO >
Group Tour Planning Guide, Escort Notes and Group Tour Co-op Ad
These popular publications are filled with fun facts and useful information to either plan your South Dakota tour or enhance your visit while here. Request either publication through the Group Tour Information Request form. Escort Notes is also available as a downloadable PDF.
The four-page Group Tour Co-op Ad is inserted into group tour publications and is mailed to domestic group tour operators each year. This annual ad highlights South Dakota partner businesses that are National Tour Association and/or American Bus Association members. The 2017–18 ad is available as a downloadable PDF.
Things are always changing in South Dakota. From new or expanded attractions and lodging properties to unique and exciting events, we provide you with the latest updates in our What's New? document. We update this PDF several times each year, so check back for the latest news.
Native Americans - South Dakota is home to nine tribes of the Great Sioux Nation. Here, the heritage and culture run through the land like a strong, steady stream.
Scenic Byways - South Dakota’s scenic byways and trails offer perfect opportunities to slow down, enjoy the scenery and even stop to smell the wildflowers. Five scenic byways offer spectacular scenery that can be viewed right from the road.
Tourism Regions - South Dakota is divided into four travel regions. Each region has its own association that can provide detailed information on attractions and tourism businesses in their area.