Are we missing a storm chasing tour operator?

The ambition of StormChasingUSA.com is to list every storm chasing tour company that run active tours. For some reasons we might not have a tour company listed:

The tour company is new and we have not heard about them yet, or that we didn’t find them during our research. If this might be the case for a tour company you know of, please send a note about it to info@stormchasingusa.com.

The tour company has been listed on StormChasingUSA.com before but has been removed from the listing.

Although a listing on StormChasingUSA.com is NOT by definition a recommendation of that tour company (read the reviews, do your research!) we recommend you to do EXTENSIVE research on storm chasing tour companies that have been removed from our listing.

Please note that the information in this article may contain errors and may not be applicable to the tour you may go with. If you find an error or similar, please write a comment about it.

Please note that the information in this article may contain errors and may not be applicable to the tour you may go with. If you find an error or similar, please write a comment about it.

One comment on “Are we missing a storm chasing tour operator?”

  • Stephanie says:

    We went on an Extreme Storm Chasing tour. They are not listed on here. They only take a maximum of two people – so maybe they don’t qualify as a “tour”. We learned a lot and had a great time. We even saw a small tornado. We’ve already booked a tour with them next year.

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