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Old 04-29-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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Wink looking for suggestion on my "RV marry road trip"

Hi, I am from Hong Kong. My boyfriend and i are considering a RV marry road trip. In Hong Kong, held a wedding ceremony cost around HK$200000 (around USD$25000). We both think that its too expensive and boring, we want to have an unforgettable memory. So here's my rough idea for the trip, can anybody giving me some suggestion or opinion to me? is my plan workable?

Trip length: 10days budget: under USD$ 12500
->disembark at las vegas->getting the marriage license
->start the RV trip->visiting few national park

rough route: las vegas-> grand canyon-> salt lake city-> yellowstone

Can someone give me some advice please?

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Old 04-29-2013, 11:37 PM   #2
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and return to where....Vegas?
I think your agenda is too much for 10 days. Think you should limit your destinations to two and research all the things to see and experience at each. My thoughts would be Vegas area and Grand Canyon area.

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You could do this on budget and in 10 days, but you might feel a little rushed.
Yes, it will truly be unforgettable.

I strongly recommend that you plan to do this type trip in the spring or fall due to the extreme summer heat and winter cold in these areas.

The RV rental in Las Vegas is available and expect to pay a daily rental fee, plus mileage driven, add fuel, and insurance is critical. Get your international drivers license before leaving home, to save
some time.

There are 2 ways to use a RV in these parts of the country, stopping at parks with full services or "boondocking" where the RV is in a wilderness area.

The RV rental company might offer some planning information too.

Best of luck!
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Maybe look into New Zealand - there were some great prices advertised recently for RV rentals. I'm not a Vegas fan...
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Old 04-30-2013, 02:41 PM   #5
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You can do a great loop in 10 days leaving and returning to Vegas.

- rent RV in Vegas
- see Hoover Dam
- drive to Grand Canyon Sky Walk
- drive to South Rim of Grand Canyon
- drive to Page, WY and see the Glen Canyon dam (in case you missed Hoover!)
- drive to Bryce Canyon National Park
- drive to Zion National Park
- drive back to Vegas

Less than 1000 miles of driving and you will see some of the best sights in the USA!

My friends did this trip a few years ago in a rented RV. Although I think they were ready to get divorced after the trip!
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