A Red Bus Tour will give you a unique view of Glacier National Park and an experience you will remember for years to come. What should you bring along on a Red bus Tour through Glacier National Park?
The unique road system of Glacier National Park means that it is not unusual for Red Tour Buses to exit and re-enter the Park at least once during a tour, which is why it is important for passengers to keep a tight hold of their Park pass, so that they can exit and re-enter without having to pay for a second pass during their visit.
Prepare for Variable Weather Conditions
The weather at Glacier National Park is unpredictable and variable, which is why visitors to the Park must always be prepared for inclement weather conditions, even during the warmer summer months. Always make sure you have a jacket with you in case a storm passes through, a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen and plenty of water. In addition, make sure you pack your camera so that you can capture your trip to Glacier National Park.
International Travel to Canada
Red Tour Buses do not just offer tours through Glacier National Park; they also cross over into the northern portion of the Park in Alberta, Canada, which is known as Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, across the Canadian border.
Red Tour Bus passengers who will be taking a tour into Canada must be prepared for international travel. According to US Customs and Immigration, all travellers who will be entering Canada must present their passport, passport card, or Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document that allows them to enter Canada. Single parents who are planning to enter Canada with their children during their tour must ensure that they have proof of custody of their children, or proof of permission from their children’s parent, allowing them to take the children into Canada. To learn more about specific entry requirements call (406) 732-5572 or call (403) 653-3009 for more information.
Taking a ride on a Red Tour Bus through Glacier National Park allows you to relax and enjoy your trip more fully, as you kick back and relax and listen to the Jammer (bus driver) acquaint you with the delights of Glacier National Park. Come prepared for your tour by always having your Park Pass with you, in case the tour exits and re-enters Glacier National Park. Prepare for variable weather conditions and do not forget to carry your passport or other approved forms of identification if your Red Bus Tour will be entering Canada.
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