Alaska Family Adventure (NUAK)
The Great Outdoors are at their greatest up in Alaska. This short 8-day getaway gets your family out into the thick of it quickly, making the most of your time in the wilds of America’s extreme northwest. Up here, you’ll kayak the shores of Resurrection Bay with an eye peeled for otters, bald eagles and maybe even whales, then head off to hike the Kenai Peninsula’s glacial icefields. Later, we’ll ferry you across beautiful Kachemak Bay for lunch in the shadow of a stunning glacier. Welcome to nature at its purest.
Highlights: Hiking through lush rainforest, Admiring the views from Mt. Alyeska, Spotting wildlife in Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Paddling on Kenai fjords.
Hawaii Family Adventure (NUHF)
Hawaii: It’s all just leis, luaus and loud shirts, right? So, so wrong. This 7-day adventure on the Big Island will introduce you to a side of America’s furthest-flung state you won’t find on the beach. Here, you’ll meet Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, bike the amazing coastal roads of Hamakua, kayak in the Pacific Ocean and go horseback riding with some genuine Hawaiian cowboys. What’s the Hawaiian word for ‘boring’? You won’t find out on this trip, that’s for sure.
Highlights: Reaching the crater of Kilauea, Hawaii's most active volcano, Kayaking along the coast of Big Island, Searching for marine life while snorkelling, Cycling along impressive coastal roads
Rockies Family Adventure (NURF)
The Rocky Mountains are as accessible as they are awe-inspiring, so why haven’t you gone to see them yet? Our 8-day journey takes your family deep into the heart of the Rockies with three fuller-than-full days in stunning Rocky Mountain National Park for hiking, horseback riding and fun on Grand Lake. Later, you’ll visit Leadville, the highest incorporated city in the US, raft the Arkansas River and watch the sun set from the top of Pikes Peak; a magic moment you’ll all remember forever.
Highlights: Hiking in spectacular Rocky Mountains scenery, panning for gold in Leadville, horseback riding at Grand Lake, watching the sunset from atop Pikes Peak